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IBM Systems and Technology Group

© 2005 IBM Corporation

IBM OpenPower

Kim Mortensen

kim@dk.ibm.com

IBM eServer™ and IBM TotalStorage®


IBM eServer and TotalStorage

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IBM eServer and IBM TotalStorage product range

IBM eServer BladeCenter



Scale
-
Out Deployment


Windows,

Linux

IBM eServer pSeries
®



High Performance Unix Server


AIX 5L,
Linux



IBM eServer zSeries
®


Mainframe Server


zOS
®
,
Linux

IBM eServer iSeries



Integrated Midrange Server


OS/400
®
,
Linux


i5/OS™, AIX 5L®, Linux on eServer i5

IBM eServer xSeries
®


Uni to 16 way Intel
®
-
processor based Server


Windows
®
,
Linux

IBM TotalStorage®


Simplification of underlying infrastructure


and its management


Assuring business continuity, security


and data protection


Efficiently managing information over its lifecycle.

IBM eServer OpenPower
®



High Performance
Linux

Server

IBM POWER Architecture

IBM eServer and TotalStorage

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Sam Palmisano, Chairman and CEO, IBM


“For some time we have said that there are two ways to create long
-
term value for clients and shareholders in the IT industry:


Invest heavily in R&D and be the high
-
value innovation provider
for enterprises, or


differentiate by leveraging vast economies of scale, high volumes
and price
.



IBM is an innovation company
. We are committed to being the
premier IT solutions partner for enterprises of all sizes, in all
industries. This business model requires that we continuously create
intellectual capital and that we reinvent everything we do


our
technologies, products and services, our culture and our portfolio of
businesses. This has been the hallmark of our company and has
enabled IBM to grow and to lead countless product and technology
cycles over many decades.”

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SOI Silicon
-
On
-
Insulator

Year Announced:

1998


Production Chips: Sstar, POWER4, POWER5


Place thin layer of SiO
2

under silicon surface


25% less power at the same frequency


"Turbo charging" the transistors


Less heat, more speed, greater reliability

Copper Circuitry


Year Announced:

1997

Production Chips: Pulsar, POWER3
-
II


New semiconductor manufacturing process


Aluminum used during the past 30 years


Copper has 40% lower resistivity than
aluminum


Less heat, greater speed

Strained Silicon

Year Introduced:

2001

Production chips: Research Technology



Silicon material is stretched/strained


Speeds up flow of electrons


Ultilizes Silicon Germanium as anchor material


IBM 300mm semiconductor facility

Year Opened: 2002



Designed to support the creation of chips with
circuits smaller than 100 nanometers in size.


A single 300mm wafer can hold up to about
50 billion transistors. Largest capital
investment in NY history

SOI

SiO
2

Advanced Chip Technologies

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Dual core Technology

http://www.sun.com/processors/feature/M45_UltraSPARC4_rpnt.pdf

www.cpus.hp.com/technical_references/mpf_2001.pdf


HP PA
-
8800

Feb 9, 2004

Power4


Oct 2001

“the UltraSPARC IV processor family consists of two UltraSPARC III cores”


http://www.sun.com/smi/Press/sunflash/2003
-
10/sunflash.20031013.1.html

Sun SPARCIV

Feb 10, 2004

HP and Sun
announce dual
core chips over
two years after
IBM

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Autonomic Computing Enhancements


Simultaneous multi
-
threading


Micro
-
Partitioning


Dynamic firmware updates


Enhanced scalability


High throughput performance


Enhanced cache/memory subsystem

2004

POWER5

130 nm

Shared L2

> GHz

Core

> GHz

Core

Distributed Switch

2005
-
6

POWER5+

90 nm

Shared L2

>> GHz
Core

>> GHz
Core

Distributed Switch

2006
-
7

POWER6


65 nm

L2 caches

Ultra
-
high
frequency cores

Advanced

System Features

2001


POWER4


Chip multiprocessing


-

Distributed switch


-

Shared L2


Dynamic LPARs (16)

Distributed Switch

Shared L2

1+ GHz

Core

180 nm

1+ GHz

Core

2002
-
4

POWER4+



Reduced size


Lower power


Larger L2


More LPARs (32)


Shared L2

1.5+
GHz
Core

1.5+
GHz
Core

130 nm

Distributed Switch

IBM POWER technology roadmap for pSeries

Planned *

Planned *

* All statements regarding IBM future direction and intent are subject to change or
withdrawal without notice, and represent goals and objectives only.


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SUN

SPARC

Fujitsui

Rock / Niagara


Opteron™

HP

PA
-
RISC

ALPHA

VAX

Itanium®

Opteron

Intel Prescott

IBM

POWER4

POWER5

POWER5+

*All statements regarding IBM's future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represent

go
als and objectives only.


Processor technology should not be disruptive

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Less than 3% of processors are in PCs and Servers

Source: WSTS, IDC,

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IBM POWER
TM

technology is everywhere


Servers, Workstations, PCs, Gaming Consoles, Embedded

POWER2™

POWER5+™


POWER4+™

POWER4™

POWER3™

Planned*

PowerPC
®

PowerPC

PowerPC

PowerPC

603e

750

750FX

970

401

405GP

440GP

Mid
-
range

Embedded

new

products

*
All statements regarding IBM's future direction and intent are subject

to change or withdrawal without notice, and represent goals and objectives only.


POWER5™

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POWER5 architecture


Simultaneous multi
-
threading


Hardware support for Micro
-
Partitioning


Sub
-
processor allocation


Enhanced distributed switch


Enhanced memory subsystem


Larger L3 cache: 36MB


Memory controller on
-
chip


Improved High Performance Computing
[HPC]


Dynamic power saving


Clock gating

GX+

Chip
-
Chip

MCM
-
MCM

SMPLink

Memory

L3

1.9 MB

L2 Cache

L3

Dir / Ctl

Mem


Ctl

POWER5


Core

POWER5


Core

Enhanced distributed switch

POWER5 design

POWER5 enhancements

1.5, 1.65 and 1.9 GHz

276M transistors

.13 micron

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IBM eServer POWER Product Portfolio

IBM Confidential

Up to 2
-
way

i5
-
520

Up to 4
-
way

i5
-
550

Up to 16
-
way

i5
-
570

i5
-
595

Up to 64
-
way

p5
-
520


p5
-
550

p5
-
570

p5
-
590

p5
-
595

eServer i5

eServer p5

Up to 2
-
way

Up to 4
-
way

Up to 16
-
way

Up to 64
-
way

Up to 32
-
way

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TPC
-
C Top 10
(clustered + non
-
clustered)

Rank

Company

System

tpmC

Price / tpmC

System

availability

Database

Operating
system

Date

submitted

1

IBM

p5
-
595 (64
-
way)

POWER5 1.9 GHz

3,210,540

$5.19

05/15/05

IBM DB2 8.2

IBM AIX 5L V5.3

11/18/04

2

HP

HP Integrity rx5670

Cluster

(64
-
way)

Itanium 2

1,184,893

$5.52

04/30/04

Oracle 10G

RedHat ELAS3

12/08/03

3

IBM

p690 (32
-
way)

POWER4+™ 1.9 GHz

1,025,486

$5.43

08/16/04

IBM DB2® 8.1

IBM AIX 5L™
V5.2

02/17/04

4

HP

HP Integrity

Superdome (64
-
way)

Itanium 2 1.5 GHz

1,008,144

$8.33

04/14/04

Oracle 10G

HP UX 11iv2

11/04/03

5

IBM

p5
-
570 (16
-
way)

POWER5 1.9 GHz

809,144

$4.95

09/30/04

IBM DB2 8.2

IBM AIX 5L V5.3

07/13/04

6

HP

HP Integrity

Superdome (64
-
way)

Itanium 2 1.5 GHz

786,646

$6.49

10/23/03

Microsoft®
SQL Server
2003

Microsoft
Windows®
Server

08/27/03

7

IBM

p690 (32
-
way)

POWER4+ 1.7 GHz

768,839

$8.55

02/29/04

Oracle 10G

IBM AIX 5L V5.2

09/12/03

8

IBM

p690 (32
-
way)

POWER4+ 1.7 GHz

763,898

$8.25

11/08/03

IBM DB2 8.1

IBM AIX 5L V5.2

06/30/03

9

HP

HP Integrity

Superdome (64
-
way)

Itanium 2 1.5 GHz

707,102

$7.16

10/23/03

Microsoft SQL
Server 2003

Microsoft
Windows
Server

05/20/03

10

IBM

p690 (32
-
way)

POWER4+ 1.7 GHz

680,613

$11.13

11/08/03

IBM DB2 8.1

IBM AIX 5L V5.2

05/09/03

Source:
http://www.tpc.org


All results are as of 02/09/05

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IBM Power means “power”

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First Failure Data Capture


DDR Chipkill


memory


Bit
-
steering/redundant
memory


Memory soft scrubbing


Redundant power, fans


Dynamic processor
deallocation


ECC memory


Persistent memory
deallocation


Hot
-
plug PCI slots, fans,
power


Internal light path
diagnostics


Hot
-
swappable disk bays

POWER5 RAS improvements


Selected concurrent firmware update


I/O error handling extended beyond
base PCI adapter


ECC has been extended to inter
-
chip
connections for the fabric/processor
buses (data, address, control)


Partial L2 cache de
-
allocation


L3 cache line deletes improved from

2 to 10 for better self
-
healing
capability


SOD Service Processor Failover

POWER4 delivered
major enhancements


while at the same time enhancing

basic availability

POWER5 is designed to significantly
reduce scheduled HW outages …

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Operating system support; AIX 5L, i5/OS, and Linux

AIX 5l V5.2

AIX 5L V5.3

i5/OS V5R3

SLES 9

RHEL AS 3

Micropartitions

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

Dynamic LPAR Processors

Y (1)

Y ( 1/10
th

)

Y ( 1/10
th

)

Y ( 1/10
th

)

Static

Dynamic LPAR Memory

Y

Y

Y

Static

Static

Dynamic LPAR I/O

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

Simultaneous multi
-
threading

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

Virtual Ethernet & SCSI

N

Y

N

Y

Y

VLAN

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Large Page Support

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

Concurrent Diagnostics

Y

Y

Y

N

N

PCI Hot
-
plug

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

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Linux will eventually emerge as the only
significant server volume challenger to
Windows through the year 2007.


Server Shipments

Linux has been and will continue to be the
fastest growing OS in the foreseeable future

Server Shipments by OS

(Thousands)

Server Shipments by OS

% YtY Growth

IDC: Server Market Quarterly Forecaster, November 2003

IDC: Server Market Quarterly Forecaster, November 2003

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Linux OS becoming the platform of choice

Source: The Yankee Group and Sunbelt Software, Inc. 2004

64% of Clients Plan to Move a Portion of Their OSs to Linux


25% plan to migrate from Windows to
Linux OS


21% plan to add Linux OS servers


11% plan to replace Windows OS
servers totally


4% plan to migrate UNIX to Linux


3% plan to add Linux OS servers, but
will not replace UNIX OS servers


64% plan
to move

36% have no

plans to move

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NetGen,
Supercomputing,
Universities

Mainstream

Business
-
centric
mainstream users

Service provider

Retail/Distribution
-

Industrial

Finance/Insurance

Small and medium
business

Life sciences

Emerging ASPs

Core business

Pervasive

Security

Scalability

Reliability

Availability

Early adopters

Technology
-
centric

Supports higher
performance
needs

Taking Linux mainstream

1997

2002

2005

2006

1999

1998

2001

2000

2004

2003

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Leading
-
edge performance


Tuned for Linux


Enterprise
-
class RAS


Virtualization designed to lower
operational costs

Introducing the IBM
~
OpenPower


Family of entry IBM POWER5


systems tuned for the Linux OS

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OpenPower systems keep business
-
critical

applications up and running


Linux supports and takes advantage
of unique POWER5 features
(simultaneous multi
-
threading, First
Failure Data Capture, HW based
virtualization)


New features introduced in
POWER5 to run better on Linux
(instruction/data cache coherency,
faster data lock acquisitions)


First Failure Data Capture


Dynamic Processor Deallocation
1



LPAR error containment


Service processor


DDR and IBM Chipkill™ memory


Error
-
correcting code (ECC) memory

1 OpenPower with SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server (SLES 9).


Evolutionary roadmap


Decade of experience


Runs 32
-
bit and 64
-
bit
applications

OpenPower provides improved performance, reliability and stability

Tuned for Linux means

improved performance

POWER5 platform provides

flexibility and stability

Robust reliability, availability

and serviceability (RAS)

unique to Linux on POWER5

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Linux OS on OpenPower

* Availability varies by geo and channel (HVEC vs. AAS)

OpenPower Support/Installation Services

An
integrated

set of OpenPower offerings delivers

the passion of Linux enriched by the power of IBM

Workload/industry solutions

Advanced OpenPower

Virtualization*

OpenPower 720 (4U 4W)

OpenPower 710 (2U 2W)

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Specifications:

IBM
~

OpenPower 710 is ideal for infrastructure, Web
serving and HPC applications


2U 1
-
way up to 2
-
way, rack
-
mount


1.65 GHz processor frequency


Up to 32GB memory


4 bays for Ultra320 SCSI drives


3 PCI
-
X slots, USB: 2, HMC: 2


DVD ROM in base


Redundant cooling and optional redundant power


3 year parts and labor NBD warranty and support


Software support


SLES 9 from Novell SUSE LINUX


RHEL AS 4 from Red Hat


IGS Service Offerings


Advanced OpenPower Virtualization option





OpenPower

710

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Specifications:

IBM
~

OpenPower 720 designed for business critical
applications like ERP and SCM


4U up to 4
-
way, rack or tower


Two processor speeds (1.65 GHz and 1.5 GHz)


Maximum memory 64 GB


8 bays for Ultra320 SCSI drives


5 PCI
-
X slots


Optional onboard RAID


3 year parts and labor NBD warranty and support


Software support


SLES 9 from Novell SUSE LINUX


RHEL AS 3 from Red Hat


IGS Service Offerings


Advanced OpenPower Virtualization option



OpenPower

720

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IBM
~

OpenPower street prices


1 x 1,65GHz, 1GB, 73GB hdd

dkk 26.204


1 x 1,65GHz, 2GB, 73GB hdd

dkk 31.540


2 x 1,65GHz, 2GB, 73GB hdd

dkk 37.407


2 x 1,65GHz, 4GB, 73GB hdd

dkk 49.673



1 x 1,5GHz, 1GB, 36GB hdd

dkk 39.542


2 x 1.5GHz, 2GB, 36GB hdd

dkk 64.067


2 x 1.65GHz, 5GB, 36GB hdd

dkk 88.227


4 x 1.65GHz, 9GB, 36GB hdd

dkk 159.149



Including Suse or RedHat operating system


Including 3 year warranty (labor and parts)



OpenPower

720

OpenPower

710

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Linux OS on OpenPower

* Availability varies by geo and channel (HVEC vs. AAS)

OpenPower Support/Installation Services

An
integrated

set of OpenPower offerings delivers

the passion of Linux enriched by the power of IBM

Workload/industry solutions

Advanced OpenPower

Virtualization*

OpenPower 720 (4U 4W)

OpenPower 710 (2U 2W)

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Sys1

Sys2

Sys3

Application A

Application B

Application C



more to manage


more costs


more headaches

Many organizations today run a single application on

one or more servers

Buying more processing power than needed and getting . . .

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Sys1

Sys2

Sys3

Physical


But this only addresses floor space


And does not enable you to respond

to changing requirements of an

on demand business

Application A

Application B

Application C

Some vendors offer physical partitioning…

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Logical

Sys1

Sys2

Sys3

Physical

Application A

Application B

Application C

In 2001:

Logical Partitioning

enabled
consolidation of multiple
application workloads

In 2002:


Dynamic Logical Partitioning
,
enabled dynamic reassignment of
workloads

Dynamic

IBM partitioning innovations are designed to go farther

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Micro

Application A

Application B

Application C

IBM gives you more power with Micro
-
Partitioning

Designed so you can manage more work with a single system than ever

before and do it . . .






automatically

for less

and, with fewer headaches




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Server
Consolidation

Application A OLTP

Application B (Lower Priority)

Application C (Lower Priority)



simplify your environment



rapidly respond to changing needs



drive higher system utilization




Server 1

Server 2

Server 3

Server 4

Server 5

Server 6

Server 7

Server 8

Server 9

Server 10

Server 11

Server 12

And, Micro
-
Partitioning enables even more flexibility

Designed to support both server consolidation and a mixed workload


Mixed
Workload

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Micro

Logical

Including redundant I/O

IBM extends virtualization to shared resources

Designed to enable the sharing of storage and communication adapters




LAN adapter

Storage adapter



fewer resources to purchase, configure and maintain



simple and quick adjustments as business demands change

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Advanced OpenPower Virtualization Capabilities

Simplification through Advanced
OpenPower virtualization



Micro
-
Partitioning



Shared processor pools



Dynamic LPAR

Shared Device support via additional
option



Virtual I/O, LAN, storage

Reduces resources



Fewer processors & I/O adapters

Increases overall system utilization and
performance


Virtual

Disks

Hosting
Partition

Linux

Linux

POWER Hypervisor

I/O

Storage

Network

LAN, WAN, ...

IP

Routing

Virtual

Disks

Linux

pool of 5

2 CPUs

4 CPUs

2 CPUs

4 CPUs

Linux

Linux

Linux

Linux

Linux

Virtual I/O Paths

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Linux OS on OpenPower

* Availability varies by geo and channel (HVEC vs. AAS)

OpenPower Support/Installation Services

An
integrated

set of OpenPower offerings delivers

the passion of Linux enriched by the power of IBM

Workload/industry solutions

Advanced OpenPower

Virtualization*

OpenPower 720 (4U 4W)

OpenPower 710 (2U 2W)

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2.4

Future (2.6 and beyond)


Efficient 4
-
way SMP
scalability


64
-
bit support


Multi
-
tasking


1TB file size, Journaling


Clustering


IBM
^

Partition
support


Enhanced RAS


Advanced networking


Linux standards base


Sub
-
processor partitioning
support


16
-
way+ scalability


I/O & file system performance


Security enhancements


Hyperthreading performance
enhancements


Kernel & driver 'hardening'


Pre
-
emptive Kernel


Improved Scheduler


Large Page Support


VM Enhancements


Block I/O

This represents a combination of current open source community priorities and IBM LTC project plans. Open source communities
do
not publish
schedules or commit to specific dates or functions.

Linux Technology Evolution

Recertification

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Reliability/Availability features

AIX 5L™

Linux on
OpenPower

Linux on
Intel

Comments

Automatic First
-
Failure Data Capture and diagnostic fault
isolation capabilities

Yes

Yes

No

Used by Error Log Analysis
Tool

Self
-
healing internal POWER5 processor array redundancy

Yes

Yes

No

ECC, bit steering, memory
scrubbing, etc

Industry
-
first PCI bus parity error recovery

Yes

Limited

No

EEH detection: partition
down vs system

Scrubbing and redundant bit
-
steering for self
-
healing in main
storage

Yes

Yes

Limited

Lintel not as robust

ECC and Chipkill correction in main storage

Yes

Yes

Yes

Fault tolerance with N+1 redundancy, dual line cords, and
concurrent maintenance for power/cooling

Yes

Yes

Yes

Predictive failure analysis on processors, caches, memory, I/O
and DASD

Yes

Yes

Limited

Lintel does not have
predictive analysis of I/O

Processor run
-
time and boot
-
time de
-
allocation based on run
-
time errors (Dynamic Processor De
-
allocation and Persistent
Processor De
-
allocation)

Yes

Yes

No

FFDC advantage

Fault avoidance through highly reliable component selection,
component minimization and error mitigation technology
internal to chips

Yes

Yes

No

Concurrent run
-
time diagnostics based on First
-
Failure Data
Capture for power, cooling, and I/O

Yes

No

No

Targeted fir 2005

Service Processor is a separate, independent processor that
provides hardware initialization during system IPL, operation
monitoring of environmental and error events

Yes

Yes

Limited

Linux on Intel not as robust

Linux on OpenPower compared to Linux on Intel on RAS

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Linux OS on OpenPower

* Availability varies by geo and channel (HVEC vs. AAS)

OpenPower Support/Installation Services

An
integrated

set of OpenPower offerings delivers

the passion of Linux enriched by the power of IBM

Workload/industry solutions

Advanced OpenPower

Virtualization*

OpenPower 720 (4U 4W)

OpenPower 710 (2U 2W)

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IBM makes it easy to

simplify and expedite the porting

of applications

ISV and

developer

portal

Marketing

on demand

ISV &

developer

toolkits


Hardware

access

Workshops

Roadmaps


http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/linux/power


ISV and developer portals


Comprehensive Web site for access to HW, technical support,
education, toolkits and unique marketing on demand programs

Porting white papers


Microsoft® Windows® to Linux


IBM POWER4


to POWER5


How to achieve compatibility between distributions


Java


on Intel® to Java on POWER

Workshops


Access to 100s of free seminars and workshops

(hands
-
on labs, technical white papers, how to guides)

Hardware access (free, on demand access)


Access to 25 WW Innovation Centers


Virtual Loaner Program to handle 1000s of ISV


Remote test drive for ISVs to test applications


Remote access for developers through U of Portland


Developer access to 100s of technical support personnel

ISV and developer toolkits


IBM and open source toolkits for ISVs and developers

Marketing on demand


Global Solutions Directory and
~

Solution Connection

~

Proven


Online sizing tools, templates for sales collateral and GTM

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IBM Systems & Technology Group

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Financial Services


Banking


Temenos Headquarters SA*


Fair Isaac Corporation*


Sybase


Oasis eFunds

Cross Industry


Apache*, Tomcat*, JBOSS*


Samba*, MySQL*


IBM SWG DB2*


IBM SWG Tivoli*


IBM SWG WebSphere*


IBM Cluster Systems Mgr.*


IBM C/C++*, Fortran*, ESSL*


Bakbone Software, Inc

*


Acucorp *


BEA Systems*


BMC Software, Inc.*


Bynari, Inc.*


Foedero*


Novell, Inc*


SAP AG (app server)


Storix*


Taxware*


Myricom*


MicroFocus


IBM GPFS*, Loadleveler*


Rogue Wave Software


SAP AG (app server+DB2)


Cognos


Oracle Corporation


IBM Rational Clearcase


IBM SWG Lotus


Stonesoft


SAP AG (app server+Oracle)

Distribution
-
Retail


360Commerce*


Blue Martini Software Inc.*


MarCole Enterprises, Inc.


Pironet NDH AG*


Selectica, Inc.*


Triversity Inc.*


Retek (require Oracle DB)




Industry


Other Industrial Industries



UGSPLM NX
-
Nastran


LSTC LS
-
Dyna


Adapco Star
-
CD


Ansys


Cadence Nanorouter

Public Sector



GenaWare Group Asia Pacific Pty Ltd*



Healthtrio



Cerner Corp. (require Oracle DB)


SMBs



BISON Group c/o Bison Schweiz AG*



eOne Group*



Evant, Inc.*



Hansa Business Solutions (UK) Limited*



ACCPAC International, Inc*



Tecsys Inc.*



Intentia International AB



Abas



Khimetrics (require Oracle DB)

Communications



Intelliden



Ubiquity



Zvolve

Public Sectors
-
Life Sciences


Scripps Institute
-

AMBER 8 app*


FFTW.org*


Thermo Electron SEQUEST


Iowa State University
-

GAMESS app*


UCSF (AMBER 7)*


University of Virginia
-

FASTA app*


Gaussian, Inc*


National Center for Biotechnology
Information
-

BLAST app*

Info as of 10/15/04

Top priority Linux on Power ISVs by Industry

Target Date for Power5 Support

1H05

Available now

4Q04

* available on Power4 today (SLES8 or RHEL3)

(Applications supporting Power5 will also
support Power4 on SLES9 or RHEL3u3)

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IBM Middleware applications


Full complement of core software from

IBM WebSphere®, IBM DB2®, Tivoli®,

IBM Informix®


IBM Compilers, Cluster Management


ISV infrastructure and tools


Cognos, BEA Weblogic Server, MySQL DB,
Bakbone, NetVault, BMC Patrol Agent & KMs,
Novell, Acucorp, Absoft, Myricom, Storix,
Platform Computing, Oracle 10g client & others


Open source infrastructure and tools


Apache, Samba, Sendmail, others


Distributed with Red Hat & Novell SUSE


Workload applications


Deep computing


growing portfolio of Life
Sciences, Petroleum & open source apps


SAP now available for LoP


Industry and regional applications


Temenos, Fair Isaac, Genaware, Hansa,
Tecsys, Evant, eOne, Triversity & others

2H02

1H03

2H03

12/04

0

200

400

600

900

898*

applications

at Dec ‘04

IBM WebSphere software

SUSE

Red Hat Linux

IBM DB2 Information Management SW

DataSynapse

Bynari

Platform

Myricom

GenaWare

Retek

Oracle

SAP

BEA

205

applications

in 2003

Bakbone

MySQL


BMC Software


*Number of applications depends on distribution level.

*
http://www
-
1.ibm.com/servers/eserver/linux/power/apps/all.html


Infrastructure and industry applications have increased
by 40% in the three months since OpenPower launched

1000s of
open source
apps

646*

applications

at 9/14/04

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NetBench:
~

OpenPower 720 beats AMD and exhibits extraordinary scalability

File and Print Solution

Brings new levels of performance on real
-
world workloads

Throughput (Mb/s)

IBM

IBM

AMD

Dell

HP

3000

2500

2000

1000

500

0

1500

Published Configurations

936

1134

1533

1563

2911

HP Proliant DL 380 G3 (Pentium 4, 2.8 GHz x 2CPU) Windows 2003

Dell PowerEdge 2650 (Pentium 4, 3.2 GHz x 2CPU) Windows 2003

AMD (Opteron, 2.2 GHz x2CPU) Windows 2003

IBM eServer OpenPower 720 (POWER5, 1.65 GHz x 2) SLES 9

IBM eServer OpenPower 720 (POWER5, 1.65 GHz x 4) SLES 9

1
Based on published Ziff Davis Media NetBench benchmark result of 1,563.42 Mb/s on a 2
-
way 1.65 GHz POWER5 IBM eServer OpenPower
720 and 2,911.04
Mb/s on a 4
-
way 1.65 Ghz POWER5 IBM eServer OpenPower 720 (
http://www.veritest.com/clients/reports/ibm/
). HP results published in
(
http://www.veritest.com/clients/reports/microsoft/ms_samba.pdf
). AMD and Dell results published in (
http://www.veritest.com/clients/reports/amd/amd_opteron.pdf
)

Results current as of January 14, 2005

NetBench Results for Windows vs. Linux on

OpenPower 2
-
and 4
-
CPU
1

Challenges addressed


UNIX servers aging


Microsoft Windows NT® support
disappearing


Servers underutilized


Server sprawl


Inflexible infrastructure

Business Value


Exceptional performance


Large # of files, users


Superior consolidation


Fewer servers to manage

Deploy with confidence


Tested and qualified


Sized for capacity planning


Key challenges addressed


IBM and partner support



http://www
-
1.ibm.com/servers/eserver/linux/power/solutions.html

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WebBench:
~
OpenPower 720 beats HP Opteron/Xeon and exhibits 97% scalability

OpenPower Web Solution with Apache HTTP Server

Brings enterprise
-
class capability at entry prices

0

Peak Requests Per
Second

IBM

IBM

HP

HP

HP

12000

10000

8000

4000

2000

6000

3350

4100

4200

5739

11585

HP ProLiant DL 380 G3 (Pentium 4, 3.2 GHz x 2CPU) Windows 2003

HP ProLiant DL 380 G4 (Pentium 4 w/EM64T, 3.6 GHz x 2CPU) Windows 2003

HP ProLiant DL 145 G4 (Opteron, 2.2 GHz x 2CPU) Windows 2003

IBM eServer OpenPower
710

(POWER5, 1.65 GHz x 2CPU) SLES 9

IBM eServer OpenPower
720

(POWER5, 1.65 GHz x 4CPU) SLES 9

1
Based on published Ziff Davis Media WebBench benchmark result of 5,739 requests/s on a 2
-
way 1.65 GHz POWER5 IBM eServer OpenPow
er 710 and 11,585
requests/s on a 4
-
way 1.65 Ghz POWER5 IBM eServer OpenPower 720 (
http://www.veritest.com/clients/reports/ibm/
). HP results published in
(ftp://ftp.compaq.com/pub/products/servers/benchmarks/dl380g4
-
webbench.pdf). and (
http://h18004.www1.hp.com/products/servers/benchmarks/dl145
-
webbench.pdf
) Results current as of January 14, 2005


WebBench Results for HP with Windows vs.

OpenPower with Linux
1

Challenges addressed


UNIX servers aging


Proprietary Solaris OS


Uncompetitive price/performance


Server sprawl


Inflexible infrastructure

Business value


Exceptional performance


Improved price/performance


Familiar, open technology
-

Apache


Simplify through consolidation


Fewer servers to manage


Deploy with confidence


Tested and qualified


Sized for capacity planning


Key challenges addressed


IBM and partner support


http://www
-
1.ibm.com/servers/eserver/linux/power/solutions.html

Published Configurations

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OpenPower Consolidation Express Solution

Virtualization of infrastructure workloads simplified

Challenges addressed


Servers underutilized


Servers undersized based on forecasted demand


Server sprawl complicating management


IT not easily adaptable to changing requirements

Business value


Simplified infrastructure


less servers, more
performance, easier to manage


Flexibility


resources assigned as/when needed


Utilized


get more from your servers


Scalable


grow IT with your business


Robust


improve customer satisfaction


Easy to implement


optimize your staffing

Deploy with Confidence


Recommended configs tuned for performance


Install, set
-
up and configuration scripts


Sizing guide and tuning instructions


Key challenges addressed


IBM and partner support


http://www
-
1.ibm.com/servers/eserver/linux/power/solutions.html

Reference architecture thoroughly tested by IBM Engineers to accelerate time
-
to
-
value

Tested Solution Stack

Apps

Directory/Authentication: OpenLDAP

Firewall: SUSEfirewall2, Red Hat Firewall*

File and Print: Samba 3

Web Serving: IBM HTTP Server, Apache*

Mail: Bynari Insight Server


OS

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 for POWER

Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS for POWER*

HW

~

OpenPower 720, OpenPower 710 *

Advanced OpenPower Virtualization


*Available in second release in Q105

All statements regarding IBM's future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represent
goa
ls and objectives only.


Fast Start Kit


Workloads stress tested


Tuned, pre
-
tested “Solution Starter Points”


Sizing popular combinations of stack components*


Single sign
-
on through OpenLDAP


Highly secure with optional firewalls included


Tailored installation and configuration scripts,
including automated AOPV set
-
up


Manual with tailored install, configure, integrate and
tune instructions


Available at no charge on download page

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Linux OS on OpenPower

* Availability varies by geo and channel (HVEC vs. AAS)

OpenPower Support/Installation Services

An
integrated

set of OpenPower offerings delivers

the passion of Linux enriched by the power of IBM

Workload/industry solutions

Advanced OpenPower

Virtualization*

OpenPower 720 (4U 4W)

OpenPower 710 (2U 2W)

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Open source

community

IBM

Linux Technology

Center

600 people, 43 locations

Linux and open

source projects


Linux distribution

partners

Key maintainers and

community members


Free Standards Group


SAMBA


OpenLDAP


IPv6


SCTP


Various device drivers


EVMS


JFS


SBLIM, Pegasus


LSM, Bastille


PCI hot
-
plug


USB


APM


OMNI Print


PPC32, PPC64


Linux
-
HA, Heartbeat


Linux Test Project


.....and growing

Development

areas to tune

Linux on POWER


Scalability


RAS


Networking


Systems Mgmt


Security


Performance


Standards


Test


Quality


Performance

IBM is investing to help drive Linux mainstream

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Breakthrough price and performance


Virtualization designed to lower
operational costs


Enterprise
-
class RAS


IBM service and support

For more information about OpenPower, visit:

ibm.com/eserver/openpower


For more information about Power Architecture, visit:


ibm.com/power

IBM
~

OpenPower: tuned for Linux

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Collaborative Power.org


Allows device designers, chip manufacturers and other members of the

community to work together on new and innovative applications

Technology leadership



IBM Virtualization Engine systems technologies


Mainframe
-
inspired enterprise
-
class reliability, availability, scalability (RAS)

Over a decade of experience


Evolutionary approach with a roadmap to the future


Systems architecture expertise

64
-
bit performance


Allows enterprise
-
class applications to be run on Linux OS systems


IBM’s long
-
term investment in POWER delivers today

An innovative architecture that helps simplify your environment

and maximizes business flexibility