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1 Hanseatic Mainframe Summit 2010
IBM Deutschland GmbH Hanseatic Mainframe Summit 2010 Volker Drave Technical Sales Manager FTSS Financial Services and Insurance Beim Strohhause

2 Trademarks The following are trademarks of the International Business Machines Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. CICS* DataPower* DB2* DFSMS DFSMSdss DFSMShsm DFSMSrmm DS6000 DS8000 Dynamic Infrastructure* FlashCopy* GDPS* Geographically Dispersed Parallel Sysplex HiperSockets HyperSwap Language Environment IBM* IBM logo* IBM Scalable Financial Reporting IMS InfoSphere MVS MQSeries* NetView* OMEGAMON* Parallel Sysplex* RACF* Rational* Redbooks* REXX System Storage System z System z10 System z9* SYSREXX Tivoli* WebSohere* z10 z10 BC z10 Business Class z10 EC z9 z/OS* z/VM* zSeries* * Registered trademarks of IBM Corporation The following are trademarks or registered trademarks of other companies. Adobe, the Adobe logo, PostScript, and the PostScript logo are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States, and/or other countries. Cell Broadband Engine is a trademark of Sony Computer Entertainment, Inc. in the United States, other countries, or both and is used under license therefrom. Java and all Java-based trademarks are trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the United States, other countries, or both. Microsoft, Windows, Windows NT, and the Windows logo are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States, other countries, or both. INFINIBAND, InfiniBand Trade Association and the INFINIBAND design marks are trademarks and/or service marks of the INFINIBAND Trade Association. Intel, Intel logo, Intel Inside, Intel Inside logo, Intel Centrino, Intel Centrino logo, Celeron, Intel Xeon, Intel SpeedStep, Itanium, and Pentium are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries. UNIX is a registered trademark of The Open Group in the United States and other countries. Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds in the United States, other countries, or both. ITIL is a registered trademark, and a registered community trademark of the Office of Government Commerce, and is registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. IT Infrastructure Library is a registered trademark of the Central Computer and Telecommunications Agency, which is now part of the Office of Government Commerce. * All other products may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. Notes: Performance is in Internal Throughput Rate (ITR) ratio based on measurements and projections using standard IBM benchmarks in a controlled environment. The actual throughput that any user will experience will vary depending upon considerations such as the amount of multiprogramming in the user's job stream, the I/O configuration, the storage configuration, and the workload processed. Therefore, no assurance can be given that an individual user will achieve throughput improvements equivalent to the performance ratios stated here. IBM hardware products are manufactured from new parts, or new and serviceable used parts. Regardless, our warranty terms apply. All customer examples cited or described in this presentation are presented as illustrations of the manner in which some customers have used IBM products and the results they may have achieved. Actual environmental costs and performance characteristics will vary depending on individual customer configurations and conditions. This publication was produced in the United States. IBM may not offer the products, services or features discussed in this document in other countries, and the information may be subject to change without notice. Consult your local IBM business contact for information on the product or services available in your area. All statements regarding IBM's future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represent goals and objectives only. Information about non-IBM products is obtained from the manufacturers of those products or their published announcements. IBM has not tested those products and cannot confirm the performance, compatibility, or any other claims related to non-IBM products. Questions on the capabilities of non-IBM products should be addressed to the suppliers of those products. Prices subject to change without notice. Contact your IBM representative or Business Partner for the most current pricing in your geography.

3 Dynamic Infrastructure
INHALTSVERZEICHNIS Dynamic Infrastructure IBM Systemüberblick Mainframe Academic Initiative ein integrierter, ganzheitlicher Ansatz

4 Smarter Planet: generiert Bedarf für smarter IT…
IBM Vision A SMARTER PLANET... Dynamic Infrastructure Strategy WHAT IT MEANS FOR I.T. (Infrastructure needs to become more dynamic) CLIENT IMPERATIVES What we help clients achieve Now heard around the world – Continue reinforcement -> Let me start by taking a moment to briefly summarize our strategy and approach to creating value for our clients and growth for IBM Smarter Planet The Smarter Planet vision provides us with a framework within which we can engage our customers in a conversation that is meaningful to them IBM has been talking about our vision for a smarter planet for close to a year now- and working with thousands of clients - with great success and traction taking hold. Alignment to SP is working, do more Dynamic Infrastructure Smarter planet requires smarter approach to IT Time to think differently about infrastructure…..needs to become more dynamic Dynamic infrastructure is IBM’s strategy for the data center and beyond.. Economic stimulus is focused on rebuilding infrastructure. Growth markets are building infrastructure - DI Imperatives Based around key client primary focus and needs to improve service, reduce cost and manage risk. Key Differentiators Why is our approach unique? By focusing on the service that our clients need to be delivered, and importance of optimizing the underlying workloads. The critical role integrated service management plays in achieving business outcomes and a choice of delivery options designed to give clients the flexibility they need to rapidly respond to business requirements. Improve service Reduce cost Manage risk IBM’s KEY DIFFERENTIATORS Why is our approach so unique? A Workload Optimized Approach Integrated Service Management Flexible Delivery Choices

5 Eine Dynamic Infrastructure erhöht den ROI der IT und unterstützt das Geschäft …..
Verbesserung der Services Hohe Verfügbarkeit und und Qualität der existierenden Services … beschleunigt die bereitstellung innovativer neuer Services. Reduzierung der Kosten Eindämmung der Betriebskosten und bestehenden Komplexität… … zieht höherer Nutzen aus der Produktion. A smarter approach requires a dynamic infrastructure that improves the ROI of IT and expands business impact. It allows for improved service - Not just high availability and quality of existing services, but also meeting customer expectations for real-time, dynamic access to innovative new services. And reducing cost- Not just containing it, but achieving breakthrough productivity gains through virtualization, optimization, energy stewardship, and flexible sourcing. And finally, not just managing the risk requirements that we are facing today, with security, resiliency and compliance challenges, but getting in front of new risks that may come with a more connected and collaborative world. All of this comes together to improve the investment return on IT and to position clients for much greater business impact. Transition Line: What are the key characteristics of a dynamic infrastructure then? Risiko-Management Für die Sicherheits- und Compliance- Herausforderungen… … vorbereitet auf neue Risiken in einer vernetzten Welt

6 HEUTIGE INFRASTRUKTUR EINE DYNAMIC INFRASTRUCTURE
Die Dynamic Infrastructure addressiert die derzeitigen Einschränkungen… HEUTIGE INFRASTRUKTUR EINE DYNAMIC INFRASTRUCTURE Abgekoppelte Business- und IT- Infastruktur durch Silo-Bildung. Ermöglicht eine integrierte Sicht, Kontrolle und Automation über alle Business und IT- Bereiche Computing-Inseln führen zu Ineffizienz und Nichtauslastung der IT Ressourcen Ist hoch optimiert, um “mehr mit weniger” zu leisten. Addressiert die Herausforderung der Information. Management und Minimieren von Risiken. A dynamic infrastructure addresses today’s constraints… Today’s infrastructure, in many cases, still supports siloed’ business units, and due to the distributed approach of the last decade, we still see inefficient, under utilized islands of computing. The magnitude of information growth is putting enormous pressure on managing and retaining information while also stressing the security and compliance challenges as mentioned previously, usually with fewer staff and resources to handle existing and new requirements. A dynamic infrastructure can address these constraints. It can provide better visibility, control and automation across the business, drive up new levels of efficiency and optimization, both of resources and people, bring order to the information explosion and manage risk more productively. This type of strategy also positions the infrastructure to now leverage new types of delivery choices, that can flex as needed, like cloud computing. Herausforderungen regulatorischer Compliance, Mengen, Integrität und Absicherung von Information. Ressourcenengpässe, Schwierigkeiten beim Management von Komplexität und Änderungen.. Nutzt flexible Möglichkeiten der Bereitstellung von Services..

7 EINE DYNAMIC INFRASTRUCTURE SCHLÜSSEL- INITIATIVEN
Der Aufbau einer Dynamic Infrastructure durch Schlüssel-Initiativen hilft Business- und IT- Anforderungen zu lösen. EINE DYNAMIC INFRASTRUCTURE SCHLÜSSEL- INITIATIVEN Ermöglicht eine integrierte Sicht, Kontrolle und Automation über alle Business und IT- Bereiche Service Management & Asset Management Ist hoch optimiert, um “mehr mit weniger” zu leisten. Virtualisierung, Energie Effizienz & ein Workload-Optimierter Ansatz Addressiert die Herausforderung der Information. Management und Minimieren von Risiken Addresses the information challenge. A dynamic infrastructure has key initiatives to help you address your unique business and IT needs. As mentioned at the beginning of this section, this is an evolutionary process – not a rip and replace approach. How does one go about building a dynamic infrastructure? First, clients must consider the best ways to converge the business and IT infrastructure to work in concert, with integrated service and asset management: Instrumentation of physical infrastructure resources is enabling more dynamic measurement, allocation and management to support innovation, transformation and differentiation. This transforms assets into higher valued services through common processes and automates many functions to streamline overall IT Operations. Secondly, as we all have seen, organizations are under pressure to drive efficiencies and optimize their processes to achieve more with less. Efficiency of business and IT assets comes from integrating service management and asset management but also virtualization and energy efficiency to free up operational budget for new investment and human capital as well. Along with this is a growing need to match the right technologies with the business workloads- to get the most out of the technology investment – and to ensure the scalability and response needed with the newer types of applications that are coming. A dynamic infrastructure helps better unlock the value of the information that is being generated and address the specific challenges of ensuring information availability, securing information, addressing compliance regulations, and efficiently retaining information throughout its lifecycle. Companies with a dynamic infrastructure quickly realize direct business benefits by leveraging a blended strategy for acquiring services and delivering information to all who need it, when and where they need it. Utilizing flexible delivery options, like cloud computing and IBM’s Smart Business offerings, helps deliver new services with agility and speed. Information Infrastructure Business Resiliency & Security Nutzt flexible Möglichkeiten der Bereitstellung von Services Neue Cloud Optionen - IBM Smart Business offerings

8 IBM MainframeSystems Eine dynamische Infrastruktur ist eine Reise
A dynamic infrastructure is a journey… These areas – shown here- are ALL critically important as areas of focus. Each one incrementally can improve your overall operations. But improvements in one area could cause strain in another. For example: Demands for a better enterprise wide information infrastructure- providing integrated information to end users for example, could stress the issues of security and business resiliency. Creating highly virtualized resources demands a stronger, more integrated service management approach. Consolidation to optimize systems could drive up the density of systems, thereby putting more strain on the environment issues. Converging business and IT infrastructures can be a daunting task, if not handled in an integrated way. So in today’s world- it is critical to look at all of it together. How do things interrelate so that improvements in one area are matched with tools and techniques to support them in another? Taking a view of each of these areas is important but more importantly is a plan to integrate them together, creating the backbone or “dna” needed to thrive in a smarter planet. IBM MainframeSystems …diese korrespondierenden Initiativen bilden die DNA für die Entwicklung eines smarter planet

9 IBM System z family IBM System z10™ Enterprise Class (z10 EC™) (2097)
IBM System z10 Business Class™ (z10 BC™) (2098) IBM zEnterprise 196 (z196) (2817) IBM zEnterprise BladeCenter Extension (zBX) (2458) Announce 2/08 - Server with up to 77 PU cores 5 models – Up to 64-way Granular Offerings for up to 12 CPs PU (Engine) Characterization CP, SAP, IFL, ICF, zAAP, zIIP On Demand Capabilities CoD, CIU, CBU, On/Off CoD, CPE Memory – up to 1.5 TB for Server and up to 1 TB per LPAR 16 GB Fixed HSA Channels Four LCSSs 2 Subchannel Sets MIDAW facility 63.75 subchannels Up to 1024 ESCON channels Up to 336 FICON channels FICON Express2, 4 and 8 zHPF OSA 10 GbE, GbE, 1000Base-T InfiniBand® Coupling Links Configurable Crypto Express3 Parallel Sysplex® clustering HiperSockets™ – up to 16 Up to 60 logical partitions Enhanced Availability Operating Systems z/OS, z/VM, z/VSE, TPF, z/TPF, Linux® on IBM System z® Announced 10/08 – Server with 12 cores Single model – Up to 5-way CPs High levels of Granularity available 130 Capacity Indicators PU (Engine) Characterization CP, SAP, IFL, ICF, zAAP, zIIP On Demand Capabilities CoD, CIU, CBU, On/Off CoD. CPE Memory – up to 256 GB for Server 8 GB Fixed HSA Channels Two LCSSs 2 Subchannel Sets MIDAW facility 63.75 subchannels Up to 480 ESCON channels Up to 128 FICON channels FICON Express2, 4 and 8 zHPF OSA 10 GbE, GbE, 1000BASE-T InfiniBand Coupling Links Configurable Crypto Express3 Parallel Sysplex clustering HiperSockets – up to 16 Up to 30 logical partitions Enhanced Availability Operating Systems z/OS, z/OS.e, z/VM, z/VSE, TPF, z/TPF, Linux on System z Announce 7/10 - Server with up to 96 PU cores 5 models – Up to 80-way Granular Offerings for up to 15 CPs PU (Engine) Characterization CP, SAP, IFL, ICF, zAAP, zIIP On Demand Capabilities CoD, CIU, CBU, On/Off CoD, CPE Memory – up to 3 TB for Server and up to 1 TB per LPAR 16 GB Fixed HSA Channels Four LCSSs 3 Subchannel Sets MIDAW facility 63.75 subchannels Up to 240 ESCON channels Up to 288 FICON channels FICON Express4 and 8 zHPF OSA 10 GbE, GbE, 1000Base-T InfiniBand Coupling Links Configurable Crypto Express3 Parallel Sysplex clustering HiperSockets – up to 32 Up to 60 logical partitions Enhanced Availability Operating Systems z/OS, z/VM, z/VSE, z/TPF, Linux on System z Announce 7/10 2 models zBX Racks with: BladeCenter Chassis N + 1 components Blades Top of Rack Switches 8 Gb FC Switches Power Units Advance Management Modules Model 001 for z10™ 7 to 56 Blade IBM Smart Analytics Optimizer Model 002 for z196 0 to 112 Blades IBM Smart Analytics Optimizer Solution IBM System p® Blades IBM System x® Blades* WebSphere® DataPower® Appliance* *All statements regarding IBM future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represents goals and objectives only. 9

10 IBM zEnterprise System
A Z E D C B 1) IBM zEnterprise 196 (z196) 2) IBM zEnterprise BladeCenter Extension (zBX) 3) Unified Resource Manager

11 z196 HW Overview Machine Type 2817 5 Models M15, M32, M49, M66 and M80
Processor Units (PUs) 20 (24 for M80) PU cores per book Up to 14 SAPs per system, standard 2 spares designated per system Dependant on the H/W model - up to 15,32,49,66 or 80 PU cores available for characterization Central Processors (CPs), Integrated Facility for Linux (IFLs), Internal Coupling Facility (ICFs), System z Application Assist Processors (zAAPs), System z Integrated Information Processor (zIIP), optional - additional System Assist Processors (SAPs) Sub-capacity available for up to 15 CPs 3 sub-capacity points Memory System Minimum of 32 GB Up to 768 GB of customer memory per book Up to 3 TB for System and up to 1 TB per LPAR Fixed HSA, standard 32/64/96/112/128 GB increments I/O Up to 48 I/O Interconnects per 6 GBps each Up to 4 Logical Channel Subsystems (LCSSs) STP - optional (no ETR)

12 IBM System z: Die Säule für den Betrieb einer Dynamischen Infrastruktur
Simplify: Änderung des Betriebsmodells zugunsten geringerer Kosten Operationale Überlegenheit durch extreme Virtualisierung und führende Management-Funktionen Robustheit durch führende Sicherheit und Verfügbarkeit Einspareffekte durch mehr virtualisierte Anwendungen Shared: Der ultimative Ressourcen Pool Prozessoren, Memory und Channels können von allen Anwendungen gleichzeitig gemeinsam genutzt werden Dynamic: automatische Service-Bereitstellung den Anforderungen entsprechend Automatisierte Provisionierung und Management zur Optimierung hochwertiger Services Services können im laufenden Betrieb hinzugefügt oder gelöscht werden. Anwendungen können mit zentral verwalteten Unternehmensdaten integriert werden.

13 IBM Power Systems Eine dynamische Infrastruktur ist eine Reise …
A dynamic infrastructure is a journey… These areas – shown here- are ALL critically important as areas of focus. Each one incrementally can improve your overall operations. But improvements in one area could cause strain in another. For example: Demands for a better enterprise wide information infrastructure- providing integrated information to end users for example, could stress the issues of security and business resiliency. Creating highly virtualized resources demands a stronger, more integrated service management approach. Consolidation to optimize systems could drive up the density of systems, thereby putting more strain on the environment issues. Converging business and IT infrastructures can be a daunting task, if not handled in an integrated way. So in today’s world- it is critical to look at all of it together. How do things interrelate so that improvements in one area are matched with tools and techniques to support them in another? Taking a view of each of these areas is important but more importantly is a plan to integrate them together, creating the backbone or “dna” needed to thrive in a smarter planet. IBM Power Systems …diese korrespondierenden Initiativen bilden die DNA für die Entwicklung eines smarter planet.

14 Homogenes Power Systems Portfolio in der 7. Generation
Systeme für jede Unternehmensgröße Komplette POWER7 Produktlinie ab September verfügbar Komplette POWER6 Produktlinie ist weiterhin verfügbar Power 770 Power 570 Power 750 Power 550 Power 560 Power 720/740 Power 520 5X to 7.5X performance per core and better overall scalability vs. SPARC/Itanium offerings from Oracle-Sun and HP Highest SAP scalability ever – 20% more than a 256-core Sun Enterprise M9000 Record transaction performance per core with over 150K tpmC/core 50% better than previously leader -- POWER6 Nearly 5X more than HP SuperDome with Itanium and Oracle DB Over 7.5X Oracle-Sun Enterprise T5440 Cluster – and 1/x price performance and xx% less energy Record 64-core Java performance: Over 2.5X better than both a 128-core HP SuperDome or a 256-core Sun Enterprise M9000 – that’s 5 to 10X more per core Virtualization without Limits delivers performance and flexibility (Compares vs. 8-core Nehalem EP) Virtualized performance leadership Scalable Virtual Machines – utilize all the system you bought with better flexibility to support heterogeneous workloads Application Performance leadership Leadership SAP- MXL benchmark result (BI Mixed Workload) using i and its integrated version of DB2 Leadership Oracle eBS benchmark on Power 750 Oracle EnterpriseOne leadership on i In addition… Competitive claims: Performance, Density and Energy Efficiency POWER7 Blades vs. HP Itanium Tukwila Blades (SPECint_rate) Power 750 vs. HP Itanium Tukwila Blades (SPECint_rate, SPECjbb, SAP) 16-core Power 702 Blade vs. Sun T5440 (SPECint_rate) 16-core Power 702 Blade vs. Nehalem-EX 16-core performance (SPECint_rate) Power 710/730 High Performance Computing PS Blades JS Blades Power Systems Software Power 755

15 Workload-optimierte Systeme Virtualisierung ohne Limits
IBM POWER7 ist ... Workload-optimierte Systeme Virtualisierung ohne Limits Stabilität ohne Ausfallzeit Dynamische Energieoptimierung Management mit Automation 15

16 IBM System x Eine dynamische Infrastruktur ist eine Reise …
A dynamic infrastructure is a journey… These areas – shown here- are ALL critically important as areas of focus. Each one incrementally can improve your overall operations. But improvements in one area could cause strain in another. For example: Demands for a better enterprise wide information infrastructure- providing integrated information to end users for example, could stress the issues of security and business resiliency. Creating highly virtualized resources demands a stronger, more integrated service management approach. Consolidation to optimize systems could drive up the density of systems, thereby putting more strain on the environment issues. Converging business and IT infrastructures can be a daunting task, if not handled in an integrated way. So in today’s world- it is critical to look at all of it together. How do things interrelate so that improvements in one area are matched with tools and techniques to support them in another? Taking a view of each of these areas is important but more importantly is a plan to integrate them together, creating the backbone or “dna” needed to thrive in a smarter planet. IBM System x …diese korrespondierenden Initiativen bilden die DNA für die Entwicklung eines smarter planet.

17 Das IBM System x Portfolio
Large symmetrical multiprocessing (SMP) Cluster, HPC, Virtualisierung, Web 2.0, Cloud Scale up / SMP computing x3850 X5 x3950 X5 x3755 Cluster 1350 iDataPlex dx360 M3 Blade-Server HS22V HX 5 x3500 M3 High Density Scale Up / SMP Computing HS22 JS12 JS22 BladeCenter H, HT, E, S, T x3400 M3 x3650 M3 x3620 M3 x3630 M3 HS12 HS21 HS21XM What we see along the left axis is scale out computing, the vertical axis is scale up computing. Enterprise X-Architecture has been a hallmark in that area, really differentiating eServer with SMP computing. Xtended Design Architecture tells that story and tells the client why IBM is better. The new TotalStorage entry disk arrays are right in the middle because they’re part of that solution. What we see is what is the difference between Xtended Design Architecture and Enterprise X- Architecture. What’s the same about it? They both build on industry standards. They both apply technology innovation and client insight, a unique understanding of the marketplace, unique understanding of technology, building solutions that deliver better scalability, reliability, availability, performance, manageability and flexibility for our customers. So what we have on the vertical access is Enterprise X-Architecture, delivering high performance through IBM innovation. What we have on the horizontal axis is extending industry standards for business advantage with Xtended Design Architecture. Mark Melanovsky, from IDC, said eServer has done a good job differentiating xSeries with X-architecture. We really did a great job with Enterprise X- Architecture, telling customers why in the scale-up environment IBM eServer xSeries was the right choice to make. LS42 LS22 X3200 M3 x3550 M3 x3250 M3 Scale Out / Distributed Computing Scale out / distributed computing tended Design Architecture TM

18 System x Highlights Enterprise X-ArchitectureTM
Skalierung: Serverskalierung nach dem aktuellen Bedarf Performance: geringere Latenzzeiten und höhere Performance Virtualisierung: besonders geeignet durch hohe Bandbreiten bei Zugriffen auf Hauptspeicher und I/O Xtended Design Architecture TM Führendes Industriedesign: Die Erfahrung der Firma IBM im Mainframe Umfeld ermöglicht Innovationen im x86 Bereich über die Standardlösungen hinaus Kühlung und Stromaufnahme: ein energieeffizientes Design ermöglicht Kosteneinsparungen Lightpath: Innovation für Servicefreundlichkeit IBM Blade Systems Investitionsschutz: Zukunftssichere Technologie Infrastrukturkonsolidierung: I/O Konsolidierung für Netz und SAN Großes Produktportfolio: Intel, AMD, Power, Cell und Blades für Arbeitsplatzkonsolidierungen I/O Virtualisierung: Flexibilität mit dem BladeCenter Open Fabric Manager

19 eX5-Portfolio System x x3850 X5 BladeCenter HX5 System x x3690 X5
Vielseitiger 4-Prozessor Server auf 4 Höheneinheiten. Die skalierbaren Rackserver bieten eine flexible Plattform für bestmögliche Auslastung und Zuverlässigkeit bei prozessor- und speicherintensiven Anwendungen. Der skalierbare Blade Server ermöglicht eine sichere Plattform für 2- und 4- Prozessor-Anwendungen. Höchste Leistung bei maximaler Packungsdichte zeichnen diese Serversysteme aus. Der Highend Server ermöglicht den Einsatz von bis zu 4 mal so viel Hauptspeicher pro Prozessor bei gleichzeitiger Skalierbarkeit auf bis zu 4 Prozessoren. 1st Gen: First x86 server with scalable 16 processor design 2nd Gen: First x86 server with 100 #1 Benchmarks 3rd Gen: First x86 server with Hot-swap memory 4th Gen: First x86 server to break 1 Million tpmC 5th Gen: Breakthrough performance, ultimate flexibility, simpler management 2005 dritte Generation 2007 vierte Generation 2010 2001 erste Generation 2003 zweite Generation fünfte Generation

20 IBM Storage Systems Eine dynamische Infrastruktur ist eine Reise …
A dynamic infrastructure is a journey… These areas – shown here- are ALL critically important as areas of focus. Each one incrementally can improve your overall operations. But improvements in one area could cause strain in another. For example: Demands for a better enterprise wide information infrastructure- providing integrated information to end users for example, could stress the issues of security and business resiliency. Creating highly virtualized resources demands a stronger, more integrated service management approach. Consolidation to optimize systems could drive up the density of systems, thereby putting more strain on the environment issues. Converging business and IT infrastructures can be a daunting task, if not handled in an integrated way. So in today’s world- it is critical to look at all of it together. How do things interrelate so that improvements in one area are matched with tools and techniques to support them in another? Taking a view of each of these areas is important but more importantly is a plan to integrate them together, creating the backbone or “dna” needed to thrive in a smarter planet. IBM Storage Systems …diese korrespondierenden Initiativen bilden die DNA für die Entwicklung eines smarter planet.

21 Warum Information Infrastructure?
Heutzutage sind Informationen lebenswichtig für geschäftliche Nachhaltigkeit und die Wettbewerbsfähigkeit von Unternehmen geworden. Firmen jeglicher Größe suchen nach praktischen Wegen geschäftlichen Nutzen und Wettbewerbsvorteile aus Informationen zu ziehen. Das Informationszeitalter stellt CIOs vor einzigartigen Herausforderungen: Explosionsartiges Wachstum von neuen Informationen; kosteneffiziente Speicherung; Archivierung und Wiederherstellung; Schutz und Zugriffskontrolle; Revisionssicherheit, zuverlässiger und kontinuierlicher Zugriff. Ohne eine dynamische Information Infrastructure sehen sich Unternehmen und Organisationen höheren Betriebskosten und größeren Geschäftsrisiken gegenübergestellt. IBM adressiert genau diese Herausforderungen mit den Lösungen der Information Infrastructure. This slide can be used as an introduction to Information Infrastructure. The need for increased focus on information infrastructure comes from the increased reliance businesses have on information.

22 IBM Information Infrastructure Lösungen adressieren…
Verfügbarkeit Sicherheit Kontinuierlicher und zuverlässiger Zugriff auf Informationen Schutz und sichere gemeinsame Nutzung von Informationen Wiederherstellungsszenarien Virtualisierte Systeme Einfaches Management Bewertung von Sicherheitsrisiken Schutz von statischen Daten Zugriffskontrolle Aufbewahrung Erfüllung von Vorschriften Regelbasierte Aufbewahrung von Informationen Reduzierung von Risiken im Bezug auf Vorschriften In order to provide, manage and protect your enterprise’s most-valuable information assets, especially at this time of explosive data growth and increased risks, you need an Information Infrastructure that consists of servers, software, storage, and networks, all integrated and optimized to deliver information from the storage media to the business applications to the users of the applications and information. IBM Information Infrastructure is an initiative that helps clients meet the challenge of the Information Explosion by helping to improve competencies and solutions around 4 key areas: Information Availability Information Security Information Retention Information Compliance IBM Information Infrastructure helps clients improve competencies around 4 key areas: Information Infrastructure is a supporting technology for business applications. Einführung von Content Management Nutzung von Speicherklassen Automatisierung von Aufbewahrungsregeln Klassifizieren von Daten Definition von Kontroll Regeln Einführung von Service Klassen

23 IBM Information Infrastructure Lösungsportfolio Intelligentes Management. Geschützte Informationen. Bessere Einblicke. Plattenspeichersysteme IBM XIV® Storage System IBM SAN Volume Controller IBM DS Familie IBM DCS9900 Solid State Subsystems Verfügbarkeitsmanagement IBM XIV Storage management IBM Tivoli Productivity Center Tivoli Provisioning Manager Tivoli Storage Process Manager IBM Systems Director family Bandspeicher- systeme TS Familie mit Bandlaufwerke, Libraries und Virtualisierung Daten Deduplizierung Business Continuity IBM XIV unlimited snapshots FlashCopy, Metro Mirror, Global Mirror Tivoli Storage FlashCopy Manager Productivity Center for Replication Tivoli Storage Manager (TSM) family Tivoli Continuous Data Protection (CDP) Tape cluster grids and Peer-to-Peer GDOC, GDPS Regelbasierte Aufbewahrung und Revisionssicherheit IBM Information Archive Grid Archive Manager, GMAS TSM Space Management for Unix/Windows GPFS, DFSMS N series SnapLock™ WORM Tape Unterstützung Dienstleistungen Beratung Assessments Design Migration Deployment Hosting Business Partners On the left side are our traditional hardware categories and services. We have disk systems, tape systems, storage networking and Network Attached Services Storage. On the right side are the four Information Infrastructure Themes and the corresponding Hard- and Software solutions. Vernetzung SAN Speichernetzwerke Ethernet Datennetzwerke Switche Direktoren Router NAS Speichersysteme IBM Scale Out NAS IBM N series Sicherheit & Schutz Verschlüsselung von Medien und Platten Tivoli Security Management family

24 SVC Speichervirtualisierung Tivoli Speichermanagement
Worin unterscheiden sich IBM Information Infrastructure Lösungen? XIV Speichersysteme Next-Gen Speichersysteme vereinfachen das Speichermanagement, erhöhen die Flexibilität und senken die Kosten ProtecTIER DS8000 Enterprise Disk Innovative Daten De-Duplizierung kann 25TB Daten auf 1TB Speicherkapazität reduzieren, 9x schneller als jede andere De-Duplizierungslösung am Markt Erstes System am Markt mit Festplattenverschlüsselung, Solid State Drives und mehr als 1 Petabyte Kapazität pro System Unterstützt durch Industrie-kompetenz und Dienstleistungen im Bereich Daten, Speichersysteme und Security SVC Speichervirtualisierung Tivoli Speichermanagement Speichervirtualisierung über Herstellergrenzen hinweg, höhere Auslastung (>30%) und Einsparungen bei den Managementkosten (>50%) Tivoli's Speichersoftware ermöglicht nahezu sofortige Wiederherstellung von MS Anwendungen, Daten De-Duplizierung und integrierte DB Datenbanken The IBM Information Infrastructure has some compelling differentiated advantages. And I’m just going to go through a few of these here, but one of the key focus areas has to be the fact that we have the ability to bring a complete solution to the customer, an integrated solution that includes Services, Software and our particular Storage Offerings. From a Storage perspective, we can offer the ProtecTIER set of De-duplication Appliances that can store more information faster than any of the De-duplication Offering in the marketplace today. We have our XIV Storage Systems that can be installed and brought online within 15 minutes and because of the fact that they’re able to take advantage of SATA Storage technologies, can reduce cost up to 80%. And the SAN Volume Controller that can increase utilization of storage by up to 30% and save up to 50% in administrative and management costs. With the DS8000, we’re the first Enterprise Disk Storage Sub-System to offer encrypting disk drives. And with the addition of SATA we now can store up to 1PB of capacity per disk system. And we have the Tivoli Storage Management Suite of Software to help us more effectively manage the storage devices that exist on the customer floor. So when you put this all together, we have a compelling Value Proposition to bring to our clients. And we’re really exited to work with you in Now let’s take a look at some of the storage resources that are available with, to help you make the sale. Integrierte Lösungen Mit integrierten IBM Lösungen schneller und einfachen geschäftlichen Nutzen erreichen: Grid Medical Archiving, Scale Out Network Attached Storage, Compliance Warehouse 3/28/2017 24

25 Eine dynamische Infrastruktur ist eine Reise …
A dynamic infrastructure is a journey… These areas – shown here- are ALL critically important as areas of focus. Each one incrementally can improve your overall operations. But improvements in one area could cause strain in another. For example: Demands for a better enterprise wide information infrastructure- providing integrated information to end users for example, could stress the issues of security and business resiliency. Creating highly virtualized resources demands a stronger, more integrated service management approach. Consolidation to optimize systems could drive up the density of systems, thereby putting more strain on the environment issues. Converging business and IT infrastructures can be a daunting task, if not handled in an integrated way. So in today’s world- it is critical to look at all of it together. How do things interrelate so that improvements in one area are matched with tools and techniques to support them in another? Taking a view of each of these areas is important but more importantly is a plan to integrate them together, creating the backbone or “dna” needed to thrive in a smarter planet. …diese korrespondierenden Initiativen bilden die DNA für die Entwicklung eines smarter planet.

26 Was macht den IBM-Ansatz so einzigartig?
Workload Optimized Die Infrastruktur wird so für spezifische Workloads, Tasks oder Services optimiert, dass eine neue Größenordnung an Performance, Saklierbarkkeit und Effizienz erreicht werden kann. Unterstützt eine umffassende Sicht, Kontrorlle und Automation über die gesamte Business- und IT Infrastruktur für noch höhere Quality of Services Neue Bereitstellungsmöglichkeiten, charakterisiert durch Selbstbedienung, elastische Skalierung und schnelle Provisionierung, ermöglichen eine hohe Performance bei reduzierten Kosten und Risiken.  Service Management Flexible Delivery Choices What makes IBM’s approach so unique? From an IBM perspective, we look at things a little differently. With our approach, we look at the infrastructure from the business point of view – helping clients figure out the best way to manage their workloads and meet the needs of their particular business. IBM is uniquely qualified to help you take an integrated holistic approach to building out this strategy, since we are able to bring about years of experience in all of these areas to help you create the right design and approach. Our approach focuses on three key areas: Optimizing the infrastructure to deliver workloads that drive better performance, scalability and efficiency. Workloads have unique characteristics that run more efficiently when matched with the right computing resources. These efficiencies are becoming critical to achieving the service quality and business outcomes required by the business. It’s also about service management – only IBM offers integrated service management across the business and IT architecture, development, and operations. The growing complexity of IT systems demands that sprawling processes become standardized services that are efficient, secure and easy to access. It’s important for businesses to have the visibility, control and automation needed to adapt quickly to changing business requirements and to accelerate the delivery of high quality services. We also know that to meet the changing needs of businesses, we need to offer our clients choice – the choice and flexibility found with our delivery options. So, for example, we can provide project-based services, managed services, strategic outsourcing and cloud computing. We look at options like cloud and workload optimized systems as new consumption and delivery models that helps optimize workloads for greater efficiency, productivity and control.

27 IBM Academic Initiative
Build the bridge between industry and education and research. Enable students to get real-world experience on industry-proven software and hardware. Qualify students to enhance their technical skills they need to be competitive and keep pace with changes in the workplace. Attract the best students to work with. Innovate!

28 Offerings Free Software for Education and Research
Free Courseware and Materials for Education Free Traning and Tutorials, Certifications, Technical Library Forums, Blogs, Newsletters, Webcasts, Wikis, Feeds Jobs, Contests, Special Offers alphaWorks, developerWorks developerWorks – Zugang zu IBM Produkten zur Entwicklung von Anwendungen basierend auf Open Standards alphaWorks – kostenlose und unbefristete SW Lizenzen für frühe SW Versionen von IBM Produkten https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/university/academicinitiative/

29 IBM System z Academic Initiative
Companies worldwide rely on the leading-edge IBM System z platform. Ensure that the next generation of mainframe experts will be available to help more companies and organizations leverage the superior security, availability, scalability, and efficiency of the mainframe. The demand for mainframe or enterprise computing skills is growing in the market. New Talents Wanted and Needed!

30 IBM System z Academic Initiative
Membership in the IBM Academic Initiative is free and open to individual faculty members. System z Mission: Assist clients world wide with z skills Influences and assists educators world wide to teach mainframe technologies and concepts Builds important relationships with professors, customers, and partners Demonstrates IBM’s commitment and continued investment in the mainframe

31 IBM System z Academic Initiative Benefits
Educators... can build relationships with industry, create enhanced employment opportunities for their students, and gain no-charge access to mainframe systems, courseware, and training. Students... can compete in contests, get scholarships and IBM professional certification, and advertise their talents in the IBM Student Opportunity System resume database. Customers... can establish relationships with schools worldwide that are teaching Enterprise Computing, and search the IBM Student Opportunity System resume database to locate qualified students for internships and jobs.

32 Our goal with educators
Explore enterprise systems education alternatives Not selling IBM products Not asking educators to teach a predefined training program Enable and assist at no charge IBM wants to enable and assist educators with IBM enterprise systems concepts, technologies, and examples.

33 Building Mainframe Skills for the Community
Remote access to mainframe systems Course materials and textbooks Faculty skills development (T3 enablement) Certification and Mastery offerings and discount Contests Student portal (Contests, scholarships, communities, resources) ibm.com/university/systemz QUESTIONS?

34 Academic Initiative Courseware
Free downloads from Course Repository Foundational to intermediate and advanced content Instructor and student textbooks and guides Modules to full semester courses Lab exercises – hands-on application Exams and tests How faculty use our courseware Teach a course “as is”, most are full semester (classroom or online) Develop enterprise computing undergrad major, specialization track in graduate program, or certificate program Teach a course as a special topic or elective Integrate modules, chapter, labs into existing curricula

35 IBM System z Courses Available
Foundational principles Intro to the Mainframe: z/OS Basics* Intro to the Mainframe: Networking* Intro to the Mainframe: Security* Intro to the Mainframe: Large Scale Commercial Computing Operating systems Linux on System z Introduction to z/VM® Introduction to z/VSE Basics UNIX® System Services (Module) User interfaces ISPF: z/OS Basic Interfaces Storage management VSAM Programming languages Assembler COBOL JCL Other z/OS Advanced Topics* z/OS Emerging Technologies* z/OS Installation Tivoli security, systems, network, and storage management courses IBM Tivoli License Compliance Manager for z/OS 4.2 Implementation IBM Tivoli System Automation for z/OS 3.1 Introduction and Operations IBM Tivoli System Automation for z/OS 3.1 Implementation and Administration IBM Tivoli Workload Scheduler 8.2 for zOS Scheduler's Workshop Information, data and transaction management Enterprise Server Data Management DB2 for z/OS Fundamentals DB2 Family Fundamentals (Cross product) DB2 SQL Workshop (Cross product) DB2 for z/OS Database Admin Workshop, 1 DB2 for z/OS Database Admin Workshop, 2 DB2 Programming Workshop for z/OS DB2 for z/OS Application Development DB2 for z/OS Query Optimization and Performance Tuning Intro to IMS* An Introduction to IMS (Textbook reference) Transaction Management Application development WebSphere Application Server for z/OS Intro to IBM WebSphere Developer for z (Web based) WebSphere MQ for z/OS System Administration Developing COBOL with IBM Rational Developer for System z Diagnosis z/OS RAS and Diagnostics* eLearning Resources Interactive e-Learning Module: z/OS Basics Flash Demo: Introduction to Rational Developer for System z Develop a batch DB2 for z/OS COBOL application using RDz Developing and debugging a COBOL DB2 application Editing record-oriented programs with the System z LPEX editor Learn about your future in Large Systems Careers in Mainframes *available in audio version

36 Schools worldwide teaching System z
Europe, the Middle East and Africa United States Alabama Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Delaware Georgia Illinois Indiana Maryland Michigan Minnesota Missouri Montana Nebraska New Jersey New York North Carolina Ohio Pennsylvania South Dakota Texas West Virginia Wisconsin Austria Belgium Czech Republic Denmark Egypt Finland France Germany Ireland Italy Latvia Lithuania Netherlands Norway Portugal Poland Russia Slovakia South Africa Spain Sweden Turkey United Kingdom Asia Pacific Australia China India Malaysia Philippines Singapore Taiwan Thailand Canada Ontario Quebec Latin America Argentina Brazil Mexico Peru Venezuela

37 IBM System z Academic Initiative Germany
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) Vorlesung Universität Tübingen - Vorlesungen u. Online-Praktika Humbold Universität Berlin und TU Berlin - Mainframe Summit Hochschule Bochum - Sommerseminar Technische Universität Chemnitz - Online-Praktika Fachhochschule Coburg - Lehrveranstaltung Fachhochschule Darmstadt - Online-Praktika u. Gastvorträge Technische Universität Darmstadt - Vorlesung Technische Universität Dresden - Lehrveranstaltungen Universität Duisburg-Essen – Lehrveranstaltung Hochschule Esslingen - Vorlesung IT Akademie Bayern - Ausbildungsprogramm Universität Hamburg – Hanseatic Mainframe Summit TU Kaiserslautern – Mainframe Summit Fachhochschule Köln - Seminar Universität Leipzig - Vorlesungen u. Online-Praktika Fachhochschule Lüneburg - Online-Praktika Berufsakademie Mannheim - Vorlesung Technische Universität München – Ringvorlesung Universität Münster - Vorlesung u. Praktika Fachhochschule Schmalkalden - Online-Praktika Fachhochschule Stuttgart - Online-Praktika Hochschule der Medien Stuttgart - Vorlesung ….. Status 04/2010

38 Fundamental to the Program is... Flexibility
Participation continues to increase WW demographics 45% North America 24% Europe, Middle East, and Africa 16% Latin America 15% Asia/Pacific Wide variety of schools in the program Different level of participation All programs are unique Designed to provide flexibility to the school to meet their requirements and capabilities

39 Close Cooperation across multiple IBM Organizations
IBM Boeblingen Lab (R&D) IBM Systems and Technology Group (STG) IBM Software Group (SWG) IBM University Relations (UR) IBM Academic Initiative (AI) IBM Sectors (S&D) IBM Services (GTS/GBS)

40 Brief History of System z Education at Universities in Germany
since 1988: Prof. Spruth at Universitaet Tuebingen (ongoing) since 1993: Prof. Spruth at Universitaet Leipzig (ongoing) since 2001: System z hardware (currently z9) in Leipzig since 2007: System z hardware (z9 BC) in Tuebingen since 2000: Hochschule Bochum organizes a yearly mainframe summerschool (5-6 weeks) with support from IBM since about 2004/2005 different types of lectures at various universities 2008 responsibility for System z University Program moved to the IBM Research & Development Lab in Boeblingen

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42 Mainframe Summer University @ IBM R&D Boeblingen
23 August – 03 September APPLY NOW (deadline 31 July)!! Summer IBM Research & Development Böblingen System z Hardware Software on System z (databases, transaction systems, user interfaces, web server) Visit of the System z test lab Linux on System z z/OS & Unix System Services Service Oriented Architecture on System z Linux on Cell Processor Softskills, Carrier and Trends in IT

43 IBM System z Mastery Test
Offered at no charge in DON’T MISS OUT!! IBM System z Mastery Test Proficiency exam (a 95 $ value) for entry level system programmer tasks that can be taken at over 5,000 authorized Prometric sites around the world. Test Topics Introduction to z/OS and the mainframe environment Application programming on z/OS Online workloads for z/OS System programming on z/OS 64 multiple choice questions (req. passing score: 66%) https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/university/systemz/masterytest

44 Zusammenfassung Die Nachfrage nach IT wird wachsen …es ist Zeit Infrastrukturen neu zu betrachten. Die dynamische Infrastruktur erfordert den Blick aus der Business-Perspektive auf die IT Services:: Integriertes Service Management Ein Workload optimierender Ansatz Flexible Bereitstellungsmöglichkeiten Die dynamische Infrastruktur ist eine Reise, die hilft, Services zu erweitern, Kosten zu reduzieren und Risiken zu minimieren. Mainframe education is on the upswing IBM and Mainframe are very welcome at the universities Many professors support the IBM System z Academic Initiative Flexibility is a must (one size does not fit all) Excellent opportunities for students in the job market with System z skills In Summary … building a dynamic infrastructure: So in summary….in order to help the organization meet the new demands of a Smarter Planet, we must create a dynamic infrastructure that leverages smarter IT. And in order to do this, we must look at it from the end user or businesses perspective across both business and IT; leveraging a workload optimized approach, together with integrated service management and leveraging flexible delivery choices. IBM is your partner in working together to build a better place for all of us to live, work and play. And as we work together to build and leverage a Smarter Planet, IBM is positioned to help you, our customer, get the most out of your resources and ours in support of your business goals. Thank you for your time today!


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