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© 2013 IBM Corporation

IBM zEnterprise System Innovation

Extending the innovation of the zEC12 to enterprises of all
sizes with the zBC12




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Trademarks

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 sto
rag
e 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 appl
y.

All customer examples cited or described in this presentation are presented as illustrations of the manner in which some cust
ome
rs 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 d
ocu
ment 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
goa
ls and objectives only.

Information about non
-
IBM products is obtained from the manufacturers of those products or their published announcements. IBM h
as 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 supplier
s of those products.

Prices subject to change without notice. Contact your IBM representative or Business Partner for the most current pricing in

yo
ur geography.

This information provides only general descriptions of the types and portions of workloads that are eligible for execution on

Sp
ecialty Engines (e.g, zIIPs, zAAPs, and IFLs) ("SEs"). IBM authorizes customers to use IBM
SE only to execute the processing of Eligible Workloads of specific Programs expressly authorized by IBM as specified in the
“Au
thorized Use Table for IBM Machines” provided at
www.ibm.com/systems/support/machine_warranties/machine_code/aut.html (“AUT”). No other workload processing is authorized f
or
execution on an SE. IBM offers SE at a lower price than General Processors/Central
Processors because customers are authorized to use SEs only to process certain types and/or amounts of workloads as specified

by

IBM in the AUT.

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AIX*

BladeCenter*

CICS*

Cognos*

DataPower*

DB2*

DFSMS

EASY Tier

FICON*

GDPS*

PowerHA*

PR/SM

PureSystems

Rational*

RACF*

RMF

Smarter Planet*

Storwize*

System Storage*

System x*

System z*

System z10*

Tivoli*

WebSphere*

XIV*

zEnterprise*

z10

z10 EC

z/OS*


z/VM*

z/VSE*

HiperSockets*

HyperSwap

IMS

InfiniBand*

Lotus*


MQSeries*

NetView*

OMEGAMON*

Parallel Sysplex*

POWER7*


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2012

2013

Innovation too exciting not to share with a broader market

AUG

DEC

MAR

JUL

IBM zEnterprise
®

EC12
(zEC12)


Performance


Availability

innovations


Optimized for

data serving


Boost

to software

IBM zEnterprise Unified
Resource Manager
(zManager)

and

zEnterprise BladeCenter
®

Extension (zBX) Mod 003


Investment protection


Hosts PS701 and HX5 blades


Commitment to future of zBX

System

Director



Enhancements


for provisioning
and image
management

on zBX

Enhancements



Updates to

IBM zAware


Updates to
DataPower
®

XI50z


Top exit cabling for
zBX


2GB page

support for z/OS
®


IBM Enterprise BC12 (zBC12)


Right size without

compromise


Start small and rapidly

grow with ease


Secure foundation for

Cloud, Mobile & Data

zBX Model 003 & zManager


Resource Management


Availability Monitoring

zEC12 updates


Data serving


Secure

z/OS V2.1


Optimized data storage


Cloud like scale


New Crypto as a Service


Workload Optimization built in

z/VM
®

6.3


New scale opportunities with z/VM
support for 1TB of real memory


HiperDispatch


more efficient
utilization of CPU resources

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zEC12

Machine Type: 2827

Models: H20, H43, H66, H89, HA1

1

Based on preliminary internal measurements and projections against a z196. Official performance data will be available upon a
nno
unce and can be obtained online at LSPR (Large Systems Performance Reference)
website at:
https://www.ibm.com/servers/resourcelink/lib03060.nsf/pages/lsprindex
. Actual performance results may vary by customer based on individual workload, configuration and software levels.

Up to

25%

Faster engines
1

Up to

30%

Faster Linux engines
1

Up to

50%

More total capacity
1

Up to 101 configurable cores

60 subcapacity settings

Up to 3 TB RAIM memory

IFL, zIIP, zAAP, ICFs and optional SAPs

Environmental focus

Upgradeable from IBM zEnterprise 196 and IBM
System z10
®

Enterprise Class

zEnterprise EC12 satisfies the most robust enterprise requirements

Announced August 28, 2012


Advanced Technology 5.5 GHz processor chip for
performance boost for all workloads


Over
78,000 MIPS

for large scale consolidation


Processor chip optimized for software
performance


Innovation to drive availability to superior levels


IBM zAware

offers snap
-
shot of the current state of your
business


FLASH Express and pageable large pages

to drive
availability and performance for critical workloads


Trusted resilience is a zEnterprise standard


High speed
cryptography integrated as part of the chip



Enhanced functions with new
Crypto Express4S


PR/SM


received

EAL5+ certification


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Introducing the new IBM zEnterprise BC12

Increased performance and flexibility in lower cost package extending

the latest mainframe technology to organizations of all sizes

Performance

36% performance boost per


core running at 4.2 GHz

58% more capacity for

traditional workloads

62% more capacity for

Linux
®

workloads

2X increase in

RAIM memory

Economics

Same low entry price as
the z114

27% improvement in P/P

for specialty engines

Compression acceleration
(zEDC) for better resource usage

20% increase

in granularity

Networking and Hybrid

Reduced latency for server to
server communications with
z/OS V2.1 SMC
-
R and 10GbE
RoCE Express

Resource management
defined by business goals

and objectives

Investment Protection

Start Small and Grow with Ease

Upgrade from z10


BC and z114

Upgrade into zEC12

Upgrade zBX Mod 002 to Mod 003

Security and Availability

Simplified TKE 7.3 workstation

z/OS 2.1 Crypto as a service

IT analytics with IBM zAware to
improve availability

Flash Express helps reduce
downtime from application
availability lapses

* US prices, may vary by country

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Increased scale and flexibility provide room for growth

Model

Total
PUs

CPs

IFLs

zAAPs

zIIPs

ICFs

Std.

SAPs

Add' l

SAPs

Spares

IFP

H06

9

0
-
6

0
-
6

0
-
4*

0
-
4*

0
-
6

2

0
-
2

0

1

H13

18

0
-
6

0
-
13

0
-
8**

0
-
8**

0
-
13

2

0
-
2

2

1


New 2:1 order ratio for zIIP and/or zAAP to CP


New entry level


50 MIPS at same z114 entry price


Full uniprocessor running at over 1064 MIPS with total
capacity available over 4900 MIPS


Increased granularity for right sizing
--

26 capacity levels x
6 CPs = 156 settings


Complete capacity matrix available on
both

models


Cloud ready solution ideal for Enterprise Linux Server


Model H13 with up to 13 IFLs, up to 496 GB memory
and z/VM 6.3


Great economics for standalone Coupling Facility


Integrated firmware processor (IFP) used for infrastructure
management of new PCIe adapters

Z01

Z02

Z03

Z04

Z05

Z06

Y01

Y02

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Y06

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-
way

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-
way

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-
way

Specialty

Engine

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Engine

Specialty

Engine

Specialty

Engine

Specialty

Engine

Specialty

Engine

Specialty

Engine

Specialty

Engine

Specialty

Engine

Specialty

Engine

zBC12

Machine Type: 2828 Models: H06, H13

* Max available with 2 CPs

** Max available with 4/5 CPs

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Processor chip optimized for software performance

Exploited by Java, PL/I, compilers, DB2, more


Our leadership in microprocessor design supports
a boost in performance for all workloads



Larger caches to optimize data serving
environments



Help for lockouts, reduction of Java


overhead,
improvements to DB2
®

bufferpools and Java
heaps, complier improvements with decimal
format conversions facility



Exploitation of HiperDispatch in z/VM V6.3

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Specialty Engines continue to offer excellent price/performance
for all clients

1997

2000

2004

2006

Internal Coupling

Facility (ICF)

Integrated Facility
for Linux (IFL)

IBM System z
®

Application
Assist Processor (zAAP)

IBM System z Integrated
Information Processor (zIIP)

zAAPs and zIIPs:

Continue investing

in Coupling:

IFLs and new Enterprise
Linux Server:


Helps bring on
new workloads and applications


Enables
better centralization

of data on

the mainframe


Workloads on zIIP can help
connect, manage,
extend, and protect

the data


Helps minimize the need to maintain duplicate
copies of the data and provide
better security


zIIP can
optimize Java and XML processing


New 2:1 order ratio
for zIIP and/or zAAP to CP



New efficiencies for
shared CF engines with
the potential to
lower
acquisition costs


In the future CF will use
Flash Express

for a
cost effective, resilient
solution for overflow of
WebSphere MQ shared
queues in Coupling
Facility (SOD)*


IT optimization and
cloud computing

can
deliver enhanced
economics


z/VM virtualization
software
priced per
processor


Performance increase
for Linux workload

with
each new generation

* All statements regarding IBM's future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represen
t g
oals and objectives only.

© 2013 IBM Corporation

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Data
Compression
Acceleration

High Speed
Communication
Fabric

Flash
Technology
Exploitation

Proactive
Systems Health
Analytics


Hybrid

Computing
Enhancements

Reduce CP
consumption,

free up storage

& speed cross
platform data
exchange

Optimize server to
server networking
with reduced
latency and lower
CPU overhead

Improve availability
and performance
during critical
workload transitions,
now with dynamic
reconfiguration;
Coupling Facility
exploitation (SOD)

Increase availability
by detecting unusual
application or system
behaviors for faster
problem resolution
before they disrupt
business


x86 blade resource
optimization; New
alert & notification for
blade virtual servers;
Latest x86 OS
support; Expanding
futures roadmap



zEDC

Express

10GbE

RoCE Express

IBM

Flash Express

IBM

zAware


zBX Mod 003;
zManager Automate;
Ensemble Availability
Manager; DataPower
Virtual appliance SoD

New innovations available on zBC12 and zEC12


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zEnterprise Data Compression (zEDC)
-

can help to reduce CPU and storage


Every day 2.5 quintillion bytes of data are created


* The amount of data sent to an SMF logstream can be reduced by up to 75% using zEDC compression


reducing logger overhead

** These results are based on projections and measurements completed in a controlled environment. Results may vary by custom
er
based on individual
workload, configuration and software levels

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

goals and objectives only.

z/OS V2.1
zEDC

zEDC Express


Efficiently compress active data by providing a low CPU, high performance,
dedicated compression accelerator

Industry standard compliance compression for cross platform
data distribution **


Typical Client Use Cases:

Significant disk savings

with trivial CPU cost for large
BSAM/QSAM sequential files ***

More efficiently store audit data

in application logs

Reduce the amount of data

needed for data migration
and backup/restore **

Transparent acceleration

of Java compressed applications **


Compress your data

4X
*


(efficient system data
compression)



Up to
118X
reduction in
CPU and up to
24X
throughput improvement
when zlib uses zEDC **

Data Ready

z/VM 6.3 support
for guests***

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Flash Express cuts away at availability lapses

19%

Reduction in total

dump time for 36 GB
standalone dump

10x

Faster response time and
37% increase in throughput
compared to disk for
morning transition

28%

Improvement in DB2
throughput leveraging Flash
Express with Pageable
Large Pages (PLP)

Supported on
z/OS V1.13

or Higher **

Dynamic
Reconfiguration

for Flash Express

Flash Express
feature for zEC
12
and zBC
12

* All statements regarding IBM's future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represen
t g
oals and objectives only

** With the March 2013 RSM Enablement Offering Web deliverable.

Up to

Innovative PCI
-
e storage
-
class memory

Enables the use of large 1 MB pageable pages


Typical Client Use Cases:

Improve availability and performance

during workload

transition and spikes

Faster, less disruptive

diagnostics

Cost effective, resilient solution

for overflow of MQ


shared queues in Coupling Facility (SOD) *


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

** With the March 2013 RSM Enablement Offering Web deliverable

© 2013 IBM Corporation

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IBM zAware delivers smarter message monitoring capabilities

IT analytics to reduce service disruptions


IBM zAware

firmware

Supported on

z/OS V1.13

or higher

Difficult or
unusual problems
can be found in


2 clicks


not hours


Customized
analysis,

scoring

Supports long
distances

3500km

Ultimate in


Resiliency

Leading edge pattern recognition can intercept application

and system problems before they cause future disruptions

Real
-
time, self
-
learning solution accurately represents your
environment


automatically


Typical Client Use Cases:

Diagnose complex problems
quickly

and restore service
faster

Accelerate problem determination

across IT functions

Real
-
time, self
-
learning solution accurately represents your
environment


automatically



New July 9, 2013:
OMEGAMON
®

XE
on z/OS support

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Optimize server to server networking


transparently

“HiperSockets

-
like” capability across systems

z/OS V2.1

SMC
-
R

10
GbE RoCE
Express

z/VM 6.3 support
for guests*

zBC12

zEC12

Up to
50%

CPU savings
for FTP file transfers
across z/OS systems
versus standard TCP/IP **


Up to
48%

reduction in
response time and

10%

CPU savings for a
sample CICS workload
exploiting IPIC using
SMC
-
R versus TCP/IP ***


Up to
40%

reduction in
overall transaction
response time for WAS
workload accessing
z/OS DB2 ****


Up to
3X

increase in
WebSphere MQ messages
delivered across
z/OS systems
*****

* All statements regarding IBM's future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represen
t g
oals and objectives only.

** Based on internal IBM benchmarks in a controlled environment using z/OS V
2
R
1
Communications Server FTP client and FTP server, transferring a
1.2
GB binary file using SMC
-
R (
10
GbE RoCE Express feature) vs standard TCP/IP (
10
GbE
OSA Express
4
feature). The actual CPU savings any user will experience may vary.

*** Based on internal IBM benchmarks using a modeled CICS workload driving a CICS transaction that performs
5
DPL (Distributed Program Link) calls to a CICS region on a remote z/OS system via CICS IP interconnectivity (IPIC), using
32
K
input/output containers. Response times and CPU savings measured on z/OS system initiating the DPL calls. The actual response

ti
mes and CPU savings any user will experience will vary.

**** Based on projections and measurements completed in a controlled environment. Results may vary by customer based on indi
vid
ual workload, configuration and software levels.

***** Based on internal IBM benchmarks using a modeled WebSphere MQ for z/OS workload driving non
-
persistent messages across z/O
S systems in a request/response pattern. The benchmarks included various data sizes and number of
channel pairs The actual throughput and CPU savings users will experience may vary based on the user workload and configurati
on.

Shared Memory Communications (SMC
-
R):

Exploit RDMA over Converged Ethernet (RoCE) with qualities of
service support for dynamic failover to redundant hardware


Typical Client Use Cases:

Help to reduce both latency and CPU resource consumption over
traditional TCP/IP for communications across z/OS systems

Any

z/OS TCP sockets based workload can

seamlessly

use

SMC
-
R without requiring any application changes


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zBX

Machine Type:
2458
, Model:
003

zBX and zManager


Proven hybrid computing environment

Support for multi
-
platform infrastructure with single resource management

© 2013 IBM Corporation

What’s new?

For zManager


Performance policy managing and load balancing for HX5


Monitor and reporting to an availability policy


Support for Microsoft Windows Server 2012 on HX5 blades

New networking connectivity option


Layer
-
2 support between external data network and zBX*

In the Future


With strategy for future including tightly integrated hardware
delivery, new compute node form factors, improved
virtualization capabilities **


Investment protection Model 002 to Model 003


zManager entitlements move at no
-
charge


zBX opens
cloud opportunities
with its fit
-
for
-
purpose
strategy

* Some restrictions will apply

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

Cloud Ready

© 2013 IBM Corporation

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Intrinsic platform
security and
privacy

Spanning
multiple
industries

Leveraging
operating system
security

System z
exclusive
cryptography

Total isolation
of workloads
and data


Cryptography built
into processor chip
and Crypto
Express4S


Secure your critical
information assets (or
data) throughout their
life cycle


Simplified setup and
management with
new TKE 7.3



Enhanced

digital
signature
cryptography

(PKCS#11) to protect
data


Payment card
industry solutions
with EMV support for
credit and debit cards


Qualities needed by
enterprises adopting
cloud application
architectures


Wide range of
cryptographic
primitives exploited by
operating system and
middleware to help
secure and accelerate
workloads


z/OS V2.1 Crypto
as a service


Blends the speed
of processor based
crypto with the
security of the
Crypto Express
coprocessor


EAL5+ means the
highest levels of
protection on
commercial server
for secure isolation

of LPARs


EAL4+ for z/OS
and z/VM

zEnterprise System delivers a security ready infrastructure

Up to
52
%

lower security administrator
efforts by using zSecure
with RACF
1

1

Based on input from a Financial Service Provider and ROI business value tools by IBM SWG

New z/OS V2.1 ready

to protect data, reduce risk and
strengthen customer trust


* Green

indicates new for zEC
12

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Clustering for
availability

Controlled and simplified
management

Efficient data
access

Linking up to

Speed Up


HCA
-
3 InfiniBand
®

Coupling Links


1x and 12x


ISC
-
3

(peer mode only)
1


STP


IBM zAware partition managed
from Hardware Management
Console (HMC)


Central management of
heterogeneous resources with
zManager


Connectivity of zBX for Hybrid
Computing:


-

Intraensemble data network


-

Intranode management

network


zEDC Express



Flash Express


FICON Express8S


Carry forward only
-

FICON Express8
1
,

FICON Express4S
1
,

FICON Express4
1




10GbE RoCE Express


OSA
-
Express5S


OSA
-
Express4S


OSA Express3
1


10 GbE for connecting

a IBM PureSystems




Flexible connectivity

Improving bandwidth, granularity and options for connections

Plus


High Performance FICON for System z (zHPF) is a performance and RAS
enhancement designed to help reduce FICON channel overhead

1
Carry forward only

* Green

indicates new for zEC12

Note: No ESCON support on zEC12 and zBC12

©
2013
IBM Corporation

17

A zEnterprise for everyone

“Right size” your mainframe to fit your needs

If you …



want a hybrid computing environment
managed as a single system


including
z/OS, AIX
®
, Linux on IBM System x
®
,
Microsoft Windows on System x



are looking for an entry level mainframe
with almost 100X growth options in
same footprint for traditional capacity
settings



need a smaller mix of special engines
(*zAAP on zIIP great option here!)



have smaller Coupling and/or I/O
attachment requirements



need the lowest cost application
development environment



want the flexibility to manage across a
hybrid platform



want to replace your z10 BC or z114
server with one that has more capacity
settings and more engines for IFLs,
zAAPs or zIIPs



want to replace your standalone
coupling facility or Linux only server with
a machine that provides more engine,
memory and I/O scale out capabilities



have future growth needs, but prefer
growth in smaller increments and want
to avoid disruptive outage during
upgrade



want the flexibility to manage across a
hybrid platform



have a large mainframe capacity
requirement or desire for massive
consolidation


scale to over 78,000
MIPS in one footprint



have a large disk installment so in turn
have large I/O requirements



need new ways to address your ‘green’
requirements


like water cooling


or
need a non
-
raised floor environment



have a large CBU requirement


and
like the control of having your disaster
recovery site right in your own shop

The zBC12 H06 may be the

perfect option.


The zBC12 H13 is just

what you need.

The enhanced zEC12 is right

for you.

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Extending the mainframe with new capabilities


Energize your applications


through integration, improved
performance and networking innovations


Save money

by rightsizing without compromise,
consolidation opportunities broadened

and compression acceleration


Secure it all


with confidence on a trusted and

resilient infrastructure

An Integrated

Data & Analytics
Engine

Efficient, Agile

Cloud Computing
Foundation

Ultimate in


Trusted Security

& Resiliency

Sophisticated

platform for

Mobile Computing

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19

Thank You



© 2013 IBM Corporation

20

Removed for shortened roadshow
version of the deck

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21

System z and Storage Synergy

Designing, developing, and testing together

is key to unlocking true value

Large
enterprise

Midrange
offerings

Linux
offerings

New IBM System
Storage
®

DS8870


zHPF and Extended Address Volumes


GDPS
®
/PPRC HyperSwap



zDAC on z/OS for easy configuration


Entry Level BC version







XIV
®

Storage Systems


Popular with z/VSE
®
, z/VM and Linux
on System z







Storwize
®

V7000

SVC


Perfect for z/VSE, z/VM and Linux on
System z







TS1140


Support for z/OS, Linux on System z,
z/VM, and z/VSE








TS3500


Attaches to multiple heterogeneous
systems


Supports for all System z (via 3953)







TS7700 Virtualization
Engine


z/OS, z/VM and z/VSE support







IBM FlashSystem 820
with SVC


Couple with Enterprise Linux Server
(ELS) offering for a High Performance
Cloud Solution



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2013
IBM Corporation

22

Operating systems focused on exploiting zEnterprise Innovation

z/OS

Version 2.1

& z/OSMF 2.1

z/VM

Version 6.3

z/VSE


Version 5.1


z/TPF

Version 1.1

Linux on

System z


Availability and
scalability for cloud


Ability to process
huge volumes of
data


Protecting data,
reduce risk and
strength customer
trust


Simplification for
configuring and
managing system
software


Support for more
virtual servers


Improved
performance by
more efficient
utilization


Enabled for
OpenStack
®

support


Reduced memory
constraints


Wide portfolio using
Linux on System z


Hybrid systems
connectivity


Continued core
system usability
enhancements with
CICS
®

Explorer


Improved cross
platform integration


Modernization
through SOA
enablement


Highly secure with
protection of data in
flight, at rest, and in
use


Open development
environment


New virtualization
enhancements


Securing critical
assets


Improvement in
diagnosing issues
and reducing
outages


Faster
communications
with improved
networking


Enhanced web
serving
performance

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2013
IBM Corporation

23

Misc joint zBC
12
and zEC
12
charts

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2013
IBM Corporation

24

IBM zEnterprise System

An optimized system

Java

Semiconductor
Technology

Microprocessor
Design

Systems
Design

Virtualization
& Operating
Systems

Compilers &
Java Virtual
Machine

Optimized
Middleware

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Performance Improvements


Elapsed time improvements when dynamically altering the size of a cache structure


Throughput enhancements for parallel cache castout processing


Storage class and castout class contention avoidance by breaking up individual storage class
and castout class queues to reduce storage class and castout class latch contention


Coupling link characteristics reporting to z/OS


Identifies underlying InfiniBand hardware characteristics for CIB CHPIDs to help with

Sysplex monitoring and tuning


Enables RMF


Monitor III to report additional information


InfiniBand Link type and protocol:
12
x IFB,
12
x IFB
3
and
1
x IFB


CHPID mapping to physical links


HCA IDs and port numbers


Link fiber optic distance


Fully functional or degraded status


Resiliency Improvements


Enhanced capabilities to non
-
disruptively capture and collect extended diagnostic structure
data from Coupling Facility structures that have encountered an error.


Verification of local cache controls for a Coupling Facility cache structure connector


Structure and CF Storage Sizing with CFCC level
18


May increase storage requirements when moving from CF Level
17
(or below) to CF Level
18


Use of the CF Sizer Tool is recommended:
http://www.
ibm.com
/systems/z/cfsizer/


Parallel Sysplex
®

CFCC level 18

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26

zEnterprise Server Time Protocol Enhancements


Broadband Security Improvements for STP


Authenticates NTP servers when accessed by the HMC client through a firewall


Authenticates NTP clients when the HMC is acting as an NTP server


Provides symmetric key (NTP V
3
-
V
4
) and Autokey (NTP V
4
) authentication

(Autokey is not supported if Network Address Translation is used)


This is the highest level of NTP security available


Improved NTP Commands panel on HMC/SE


Shows command response details


Telephone modem dial out to an STP time source is no longer supported


All STP dial functions are still supported by broadband connectivity


zEC
12
HMC LIC no longer supports dial modems

(Fulfills the Statement of Direction in Letter
111
-
167
, dated October
12
,
2011
)

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27

Redbooks


IBM zEnterprise System Technical Introduction, SG
24
-
8050
-
01

This book provides concepts, positioning, and a business value view of zEnterprise System capabilities,
hardware functions/features, and associated software support. It is intended for IT Managers,
consultants, IT Architects and Specialists, and anyone who wants to understand the basic elements of
the IBM zEnterprise EC
12
(zEC
12
) and IBM zEnterprise EC
12
(zBC
12
).


IBM zEnterprise EC
12
Technical Guide, SG
24
-
8049
-
01

This book provides specific information about the zEC
12
and its functions, features, and associated
software support. Greater detail is offered in areas relevant to technical planning. It is intended for
systems engineers, system programmers (IT Specialists), planners, and anyone wanting to understand
the zEC
12
functions and plan for their usage.


IBM zEnterprise BC
12
Technical Guide, SG
24
-
8138

This book provides specific information about the zBC
12
and its functions, features, and associated
software support. Greater detail is offered in areas relevant to technical planning. It is intended for
systems engineers, system programmers (IT Specialists), planners, and anyone wanting to understand
the zBC
12
functions and plan for their usage.


IBM System z Connectivity Handbook, SG
24
-
5444

This book highlights the hardware and software components, typical uses, coexistence, and relative
merits of the System z I/O features. It is intended for data center planners, IT Specialists, system
engineers, technical sales staff, and network planners who are involved in planning connectivity
solutions for System z servers.


http://www.redbooks.
ibm.com
/Redbooks.nsf/pages/zEnterprise?Open


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Processor chip optimized for software performance

Exploited by Java, PL/I, compilers, DB2, more


Our leadership in microprocessor design supports a
boost in performance for all workloads


5.5
GHz for zEC
12
and
4.2
GHz for zBC
12


Second generation out of order execution design


Multi
-
level branch prediction supports complex workloads


zBC
12
offers similar Single Chip Module (SCM) as
z
114


Larger caches to optimize data serving
environments


Almost
2
x on chip and
2
x additional on book


Transactional Execution,
2
GB page frames, decimal
format conversions facility


new hardware
functions optimized for software performance


Help for lockouts, reduction of Java overhead, improvements
to DB
2
bufferpools and Java heaps, complier improvements
with decimal format conversions facility


Exploitation of HiperDispatch in z/VM V
6.3


Re
-
dispatch work to same processor it ran on last dispatch

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2013
IBM Corporation

29

Enterprise COBOL for z/OS v
5.1

The key to supercharging IBM System z Applications


Advanced technology designed to optimize
COBOL programs and fully exploit System z
hardware


Delivers greater than 10% performance improvement
over Enterprise COBOL v4 for well structured, CPU
-
intensive batch applications on System z
1


Many numerically intensive programs have shown
performance increases greater than 20%
1


Maintains compatibility with previous COBOL releases


New programming and application
modernization capabilities.


Enables users to deliver enhancements to business
critical applications quicker with less cost and lower risk


Allows users, who implement sub
-
capacity
tracking, to reduce administrative overhead

"
Our testing of COBOL V5 shows a significant performance improvement for math. As a financial
services company with a continually narrowing batch window, that improvement is very important to us. It
will help us meet our Service Level Agreements and reduce cost driven by CPU utilization.”

Michael A Todd, Software Architect

Multi
-
national financial services company

CUSTOMER VALUE

Increase
Programmer

Productivity

Bolsters overall
benefits of
CICS, IMS
™,

DB
2

Modernize Applications to work
with web, cloud and mobile
infrastructures

Increase Performance of
Business Critical
Applications

Where Tradition Meets Innovation…

1

Results are based on an internal compute
-
intensive test suite.
Performance results from other applications may vary.


Supports the ecosystem of COBOL
development tools supplied by

IBM and ISVs.


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2013
IBM Corporation

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Operating systems focused on exploiting zEnterprise value

z/OS

Version 2.1

& z/OSMF 2.1

z/VM

Version 6.3


z/VSE



Version 5.1



z/TPF


Version 1.1


Linux on


System z


Handle huge volumes of
data with 100
-
way (SMP)
support in a single LPAR
on zEC12


Reduce CPU load across
the board*….also up to
80% less CPU when
running VSAM RLS
against large catalogs*


Shorten batch windows
with 40% shorter file recall
time


Improve SAP workload
performance with 175x
faster zFS V5 directory
lookup


Leverage Crypto
-
as
-
a
-
service for Linux to extend
System z’s reach as a
crypto hub


Lower entry cost of
z/OSMF by up to 60% and
running cost by up to 25%


Supports more virtual
servers than any other
platform in a single
footprint with support for
1TB of real memory,


Support 4x more virtual
servers than previously
available


Increased performance
for large VMs with a 4x
increase in memory
scalability while
maintaining greater
than 90% resource
utilization


More efficient use of
CPU resources for
better price
performance


Enabled for OpenStack
support



Special Linux on
System z offering for
V5 and zBC12 clients


New 64
-
bit virtual
addressing for
exploiting larger
memory for Virtual
Storage Constraint
relief


Gain visibility and
control into CICS with
CICS Explorer at no
extra charge
Exploits full
range of IBM System
Storage


More efficient
communications with
Linux Fast Path

by
eliminating need for
TCP/IP stack


Allows z/VSE
applications to access a
relational database on
System z or zBX


World’s most efficient
platform for real
-
time
reservations and credit
card authorizations


Average 35%
performance
improvement on IBM
zEC12/BC12


New adapter for ODM
improves cross
platform integration


New business
eventing allows
integration with the
enterprise eventing


Open development
environment to
leverage skills
commonly available


Deploy from hundreds
(zBC12) to 1000’s
(zEC12) of virtual
servers in a single
footprint


Secure isolation of
Logical Partitions with

highest level of security
certification (EAL5+)


Balanced System
Design with up to 3TB
of memory (zEC12)


Pre
-
Packaged Linux
only Server (ELS)
includes Hardware,
Hypervisor,
Maintenance


Enterprise Linux Server
(ELS) for Analytics


Support for Red Hat,
SUSE and OpenStack

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zBC
12
: The right
-
sized mainframe

IBM continues to redefine and extend the mainframe to deliver new
strategic capabilities and deeper client value


Processor chip optimized for performance


New z/OS support for compression acceleration and
memory to memory communication


Business application availability


Flexible connectivity


Balanced performance and growth


cycle time
improvements, core counts, memory, bandwidth


Hybrid computing expands application portfolio and allows
for improved integration and management


Improved economies of scale on z/VM 6.3


Enterprise connectivity


System z security as enterprise standard


WebSphere
®

MQ offers reliable mobile backbone


Isolation of workloads and data for highest level of security


Security for sending financial data for clients and vendors


Digital signatures for smart cards


Simplification for set up and support of security

An Integrated

Data & Analytics
Engine

Efficient, Agile

Cloud Computing
Foundation

Sophisticated

platform for

Mobile Computing

Ultimate in


Trusted Security

& Resiliency

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2013
IBM Corporation

32

Misc zBC
12
charts

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2013
IBM Corporation

33

zBC
12
continues the CMOS Mainframe heritage

0

500

1000

1500

2000

2500

3000

3500

MHz

4000

4500

2006

2008

2011

2013

2002

2004

z
800

180
nm SOI

625
MHz

Up to
4
CPs

Full
64
-
bit
architecture

z
890

130
nm SOI

1.0
GHz

4
CPs

Super
-
scalar
core

Modular SMP

z
9
BC

90
nm SOI

1.4
GHz

4
CPs (
7
IFLs)

z10 BC

65 nm SOI

3.5 GHz

5 CPs (10 IFLs)

High
-
freq core

3
-
level cache

z
114

45
nm SOI

3.8
GHz

5
CPs (
10
IFL)

OOO core

zBX integration

zBC
12

32
nm SOI

4.2
GHz

6
CPs (
13
IFL)

PCIe: zEDC
Express,
10
GbE
RoCE Express,
Flash Express and
IBM zAware

0
500
1000
1500
2000
2500
3000
3500
4000
4500
5000
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2013
IBM Corporation

34

zEnterprise BC12 (zBC12)

Increased scale and flexibility increase your options



New
4.2
GHz processor chip for performance boost
for all workloads


Full uniprocessor at over
1064
MIPS with total capacity
available
almost
5000
MIPS


Increased granularity for right sizing


New entry level

at
50
MIPS


26
capacity levels and
6
CPs =
156
settings


Complete granularity matrix

available on both models


Up to
496
GB available RAIM memory


Excellent for new workloads like
Linux and WebSphere


Model H
13
brings new options for growth


58
% more total capacity

than zEnterprise
114
(z
114
)
1



Combined with z/VM
6.3


improved scale (up to
13
IFLs),
more memory and availability for cloud ready qualities of
service make it
perfect for Linux only server

(ELS)


Economics are
excellent for Coupling Facility only server

zBC
12

Machine Type:
2828

Models: H
06
, H
13

1

Based on preliminary internal measurements and projections and compared to the z
114
and/or z
10
BC. Official performance data will be available upon announce. Results may vary by customer based on individual
workload, configuration and software levels. Visit LSPR website for more details at: https://www.ibm.com/servers/resourcelink
/li
b
03060
.nsf/pages/lsprindex?OpenDocument

Up to

36%

Faster engines
1

Up to

58%

More total capacity
1

Up to

62%

More capacity for Linux
1

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2013
IBM Corporation

35

zBC
12
Processor chip optimized for software performance

Exploited by Java, PL/I, compilers, DB
2
, more


Similar Single Chip Module (SCM) as z
114


Our leadership in microprocessor design supports
a boost in performance for all workloads


Second generation out of order execution design


Larger caches to optimize data serving
environments


Almost
2
x on chip and
2
x additional on drawer


Fully utilized memory with single z/VM
6.3
system
plus HiperDispatch plus up to
13
IFLs = great
platform for ELS


New hardware functions optimized for software

performance


Help for lockouts, reduction of Java overhead,
improvements to DB
2
bufferpools and Java heaps,
complier improvements with decimal format
conversions facility

©
2013
IBM Corporation

36

Systems Management for IBM zEnterprise BC
12
(zBC
12
)

Visibility, Control, and Automation for
modern Data Center Management


Automation of Server Management

Simplify, automate, and improve service
quality thru Management of Blades and
Virtual Servers.


Control of zBX Management


IBM Automation Control for z/OS
controls
local CPC, LPARs, Systems (incl. Linux
on System z), and BladeCenters/Blades
(incl. automated start/stop of Virtual
Servers).


Visibility

Dynamic Discovery of
Virtual Servers
running on a Blade.

IBM Automation Control for z/OS provides comprehensive Application and
Resource Management
capabilities
for today’s
multi architecture data centers

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Processor /
Memory


Uniprocessor Performance


System Capacity


Processor Design


Cache




Models


Processing cores


Granular Capacity


Memory


Fixed HSA


Data Compression


Up to 36% performance improvement over z114 uniprocessor*


Up to 58% general

system capacity performance improvement over z114 (comparison of the
zBC12 z06 to the z114 z05)


Up to 62% greater total system capacity over z114 (zBC12 13way compared to the z114
10way)


New 4.2

GHz processor chip versus 3.82 GHz


zBC12 has 33% more L2 cache, instruction and data (total 2 MB versus total 1.5 MB on z114),
100% more L3 cache (total 24 MB versus 12 MB on z114), 100% more L4 cache (192 MB
versus 96 on z114)


Two models with up to 2 CPC drawers


Up to 13 cores to configure, up to 10 on z114


Up to 156 capacity settings versus 130 on the z114


Up to 512 GB RAIM memory versus 256 GB on the z114


16 GB fixed HSA versus 8 GB fixed on z114


New zEDC Express

Virtualization and
Alternative
Processors


Virtualization






zEnterprise BladeCenter Extension
(zBX)


zEnterprise Unified Resource Manager provides virtualization management for blades installed
in the zBX Mod 003.


zEnterprise Unified Resource Manager has “resource workload awareness” where hybrid
resources can be managed and optimized across the zEnterprise.


zEnterprise System is a truly integrated hardware platform that is able to span and intelligently
manage resources across mainframe and distributed technologies


including select
POWER7
®

and IBM System x

blades


Supported optimizer is IBM WebSphere DataPower XI50 V5.0 in the zBX Mod 003.


zBX Model 003 (versus zBX Model 002 which attaches to z114)


zBX has optional top exit I/O and power cabling

Connectivity


HiperSockets


FICON
®


I/O subsystem


Internal I/O Bandwidth



Coupling


Cryptography


Both zBC12 and z114 support of 32 HiperSockets


New OSA
-
Express5S 10 GbE, GbE and 1000 BASE
-
T included in PCIe I/O infrastructure.
FICON Express8S, New 10 GbE RoCE Express for SMC
-
R


zBC12 has industry standard 8 GBps PCIe supports high speed connectivity and high
bandwidth same on z114


Coupling with HCA
-
3 InfiniBand Coupling Links same on z114


Crypto Express4S enhanced with new FIPS 140
-
2 Level 4 cert and PKCS#11 support


Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC)

RAS


RAS Focus



Availability


New IBM zAware offers high speed analytics facilitates the ability to consume large quantities
of message logs for smarter monitoring


zBC12 offers advanced memory enhancements (RAIM) and advanced power and thermal
optimization and management that can help to control heat / improve RAS


PCIe New Flash Express on zBC12 to handle paging workload spikes and improve availability


not available on z114

Environmentals


Energy


Cooling


Optional Non Raised Floor and overhead cabling options for both I/O and Power


More capacity but same environmentals as the z114

* LSPR mixed workload average running z/OS
1.13


zBC
12
Z
01
versus z
114
Z
01

** Based on preliminary internal measurements and projections and compared to the z
10
BC. Official performance data will be available upon
announce. Results may vary by customer based on individual workload, configuration and software levels. Visit
LSPR website for more details

zBC
12
Functional Comparison to z
114

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38

zBC
12
Functional Comparison to z
10
BC

Processor /
Memory


Uniprocessor Performance


System Capacity


Processor Design


Cache


Models


Processing cores


Granular Capacity


Memory


Fixed HSA


Data Compression


Almost 61% performance improvement over z10 BC uniprocessor*/**


Up to 77% general system capacity performance improvement over z10 BC 10
-
way (zBC12
z06 compared to the z10 BC z05)**


New 4.2

GHz processor chip versus 3.5 GHz on z10 BC


zBC12 has more than 100% more cache than z10 BC


zBC12 has two models and z10 BC has one model


Up to 13 cores to configure, up to 10 on z10 BC


Up to 156 capacity settings versus 130 on the z10 BC


Up to 512 GB RAIM memory versus 256 GB on the z10 BC


16 GB fixed HSA versus 8 GB fixed on z110 BC


New zEDC Express

Virtualization and
Alternative
Processors


Virtualization






zEnterprise BladeCenter Extension
(zBX)


zBC12 offers zEnterprise Unified Resource Manager provides virtualization management for
blades installed in the zBX Mod 003.


zEnterprise Unified Resource Manager has “resource workload awareness” where hybrid
resources can be managed and optimized across the zEnterprise.


zEnterprise System is a truly integrated hardware platform that is able to span and intelligently
manage resources across mainframe and distributed technologies


including select POWER7
and IBM System x

blades


Supported optimizer is IBM WebSphere DataPower XI50 V5.0 in the zBX Mod 003.


zBX Model 003 versus N/A on z10 BC


zBX has optional top exit I/O and power cabling

Connectivity


HiperSockets


FICON


I/O subsystem


Internal I/O Bandwidth



Coupling


Cryptography


Double HiperSockets


32 on zBC12 and z10 BC supports of 16


New OSA
-
Express5S 10 GbE, GbE and 1000 BASE
-
T included in PCIe I/O infrastructure.
FICON Express8S, New 10 GbE RoCE Express for SMC
-
R


zBC12 has industry standard 8 GBps PCIe supports high speed connectivity and high
bandwidth and z114 6 GBps Infiniband support


Coupling with HCA
-
2 InfiniBand Coupling Links


Crypto Express4S enhanced with new FIPS 140
-
2 Level 4 cert and PKCS#11 support versus
Crypto Express2 on z10 BC


Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) on zB12 is not available on z10 BC

RAS


RAS Focus



Availability


New IBM zAware offers high speed analytics facilitates the ability to consume large quantities
of message logs for smarter monitoring (not available on z10 BC)


zBC12 offers advanced memory enhancements (RAIM) (no RAIM on z10 BC) and advanced
power and thermal optimization and management that can help to control heat / improve RAS


PCIe New Flash Express on zBC12 to handle paging workload spikes and improve availability


not available on z10 BC

Environmentals


Energy


Cooling


zBC12 offers optional Non Raised Floor and overhead cabling options for both I/O and Power
(no overhead cabling options on z10 BC)


More capacity but the same environmentals as the z114

* LSPR mixed workload average running z/OS
1.13


zBC
12
Z
01
versus z
10
BC Z
01
z
114
Z
01

** Based on preliminary internal measurements and projections and compared to the z
10
BC. Official performance data will be available
upon announce. Results may vary by customer based on individual workload, configuration and software levels. Visit
LSPR website for
more details

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39

Protecting your investment in IBM technology


Designed to protect your investment


Offering upgrades from z
10
BC and z
114
to the
zBC
12


Upgrades from zBX Model
002
to

zBX Model
003



The zEnterprise System offers full
upgradeability within the family


zBC
12
Model H
13
upgraded to

zEC
12
Model H
20


Upgrade from Model H
06
to Model H
13

will require a planned outage



On demand offerings offer temporary or
permanent growth when you need it

zBC
12

zEC
12

zBX

Mod
003

z
10
BC

z114

zBX

Mod
002

©
2013
IBM Corporation

©
2013
IBM Corporation

40

Misc zEC
12
charts

©
2013
IBM Corporation

41

Processor chip optimized for software performance

Exploited by Java, PL/I, compilers, DB
2
, more


Our leadership in microprocessor design supports a boost in performance for all workloads


Second generation out of order execution design


Multi
-
level branch prediction supports complex workloads


Larger caches to optimize data serving environments


Almost
2
x on chip and
2
x additional on book


New hardware functions optimized for software

performance


Transactional Execution Facility

for parallelism and scale


Runtime Instrumentation Facility

is intended to help

reduce Java overhead


2
GB page frames

are intended to offer performance

Improvements for DB
2
buffer pools and Java heaps


New IBM Enterprise PL/I compiler is planned to exploit and

get a performance boost from
decimal format conversions

facility


Up to
30
% improvement in IMS


throughput

due to faster

CPU, cache and compliers
1


Workloads leveraging

Flash Express
with

Pageable Large Pages
can see up to a

8
% price performance improvement
3

over the z
196

Up to

45
%

Improvement
in throughput
for Java
workloads
1

Up to

32
%

Improvement in
performance for IBM
Cognos Business
Intelligence V
10.2
1

Up to

30%

Improvement in
throughput for
DB2 for z/OS
operational
analytics
2

More than

30
%

Improvement
in throughput
for SAP
workloads
1

Excellent Results:

1
Based on preliminary internal measurements and projections

2

As measured by the IBM
9700
Solution Integration Center. The measured operational BI workload consists of
56
concurrent users executing a fixed set of
160
,
860
Cognos reports . Compared DB
2
v
10
workload
running on IBM's z
196
w/
10
processors to an zEC
12
w/
10
processors

3

based on average
5
% discount for zEC
12
workloads under the AWLC pricing plus up to
3
% more performance per MSU with Flash Express.


©
2013
IBM Corporation

42

zEnterprise: Enhancing our IBM Mainframe Platform

IBM continues to deliver enhancements that strengthen the role of the mainframe

Support for 50% more I/O
devices per FICON channel

Efficiencies provided for
shared CF engines

Flash Express exploited

by Coupling Facility

LPAR capacity

setting update

zManager enhancements

z/VM 6.3 support for

1TB real memory

zEDC Express for data
compression

zEC
12
: Our Smarter Computing infrastructure that is Cloud Ready, Data Ready
and Security Ready, enabling a Smarter Planet
®
for today and tomorrow

New 10GbE RoCE
Express

EP11 and digital
signatures
-

more
standards

Simplification and new
wizard on TKE 7.3
workstation

New Smart card with
stronger encryption

Refresh OSA technology
with OSA
-
Express5S

Crypto as a Service

with z/OS V2.1

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Systems Management for IBM zEnterprise EC
12
(zEC
12
)

IBM System Automation for z/OS provides comprehensive Application and
Resource Management
capabilities
for today’s
multi architecture data centers

Visibility, Control, and
Automation for modern Data
Center Management


Automation of Server Management

Simplify, automate, and improve service
quality thru Management of Blades and
Virtual Servers.


Control of zBX Management


IBM Automation Control for z/OS
controls CPCs, LPARs, Systems (incl.
Linux on System z), and
BladeCenters/Blades (incl. automated
start/stop of Virtual Servers).


Visibility

Dynamic Discovery of
Virtual Servers
running on a Blade.

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Protecting your investment in IBM technology


Designed to protect your investment


Offering upgrades from z
10
EC


and z
196
to
the zEC
12


Upgrades from zBX Model
002
to zBX Model
003



The zEnterprise System offers full
upgradeability within the family


zBC
12
Model H
13
upgraded to zEC
12
Model
H
20


Upgrade to Model HA
1
will require a planned
outage



On demand offerings offer temporary or
permanent growth when you need it

z
10
EC

z
196

zBC12

zEC
12

zBX

Mod
003

zBX

Mod
002

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Misc Cloud and Linux for

System z charts

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zEnterprise offers Linux support to match your business needs

Increased flexibility for your multi
-
architecture strategy

Distributed Systems

(including Flex)

Select IBM x86 Blades in zBX

Linux on z/VM


Scalability and security in a smaller infrastructure


Dynamic workload management and systems management to
help manage the life cycle of the z/VM hypervisors and the
virtual servers


Provides a more manageable infrastructure for cloud computing


Silo managed islands of computing


Less dynamic than System z
virtualization


Minimal resource sharing with

System z resources


Broad availability of solutions


No single point for Enterprise
management


Expanded ISV support for enterprise
applications


Targeted for applications that
interact with mainframe data and
transactions


Provisioned and managed by
System z


Extreme consolidation of servers and
networking


Superior levels of virtual server
provisioning, monitoring and workload
management


Industry
-
best virtual I/O bandwidth and
reliability


Fewer components and reduced
complexity


System z qualities of dynamic resource
management and capacity
-
on
-
demand


Seamless integration with z/OS
backup and disaster recovery solutions

zEnterprise System

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Advantages of building your Private Cloud on IBM zEnterprise

Increased
Productivity

Higher

Utilization,
Scalability

More Efficient Data
Center

Greater Reliability,
Availability, Security


Advanced workload
management that
provisions resources on
the fly


U.S. Bank reduced
provisioning time from
45 days to 20 minutes


Up to 100% CPU
utilization



Shared everything


architecture


Manage up to 100,000
virtual servers


Up to 80% less energy
than existing distributed
servers


Less floor space


Fewer parts to manage



Built
-
in hardware
redundancy


Decades of RAS innovation


Capacity and Backup

on Demand


Highest security rating
EAL5+

The City and County of Honolulu implemented a cloud environment that
reduced
database licensing costs by
68
percent and reduced time to deploy
applications from one week to a few hours

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zEnterprise Delivers an Open Cloud infrastructure

IBM
Products
&
Offerings

ISV

Solutions

CSL Wave


Provided by
CSL International


Hypervisor Manager


Cross marketing agreement to
market and promote product

APPLogic


Provided by
Computer Associates


Manages both distributed and z/VM
environments.

MOAB


Provided by
Adaptive Computing


Provides a policy based cloud
management based on xCAT

Integrate

Automate

Orchestrate


Tivoli Provisioning Manager


Cloud Ready for Linux on System z



SmartCloud Entry


SmartCloud Provisioning


Tivoli Service Automation
Manager



SmartCloud Orchestrator

zPRO


Provided by
Velocity Software


Add
-
on feature to Velocity’s zVPS
product that provides performance
management


Provides golden image creation,
cloning, and operational controls


xCAT


E
x
treme
C
loud
A
dministration
T
ool


Now supported on z/VM through
services offering (GTS)

OpenStack


Being enabled for z/VM first and eventually zManager


Being used as a code base for SCE / SCP / SCO

Open
Source
Options

System z support currently in development

New


zEnterprise: zEC
12
, z
196
,
zBC
12
, z
114


Linux on System z



z/VM
6.3

IBM announced intention

to acquire

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Rules:

-

Discount of
50
% on MSRP

-

Applicable for Business Class (BC) machines only

-

New workloads* (Net New Customers)

-

Limited to
28
th

February
2014

For more information
-

contact Red Hat’s local Alliance Manager or:

WW

Filipe Miranda

fmiranda@redhat.com

US

Jennifer Miller

jmiller@redhat.com

EMEA

Sebastian Siegert

ssiegert@redhat.com

APAC

Norman Deery

ndeery@redhat.com

LATAM

Mariano Fernandez

mfernanfez@redhat.com

BRAZIL

Samuel Masini

samuca@redhat.com


*Not valid for renewals of regular Subscriptions

Benefit from the security, performance and scalability of both
technologies and save
50
% on Red Hat Enterprise Linux on
IBM System z Business Class servers


Consolidate workloads and save on software license costs


Bring Data closer to the Application


Explore Big Data and Analytics under Linux on System z


Extra security with SELinux and platform independent Management with
RHN Satellite

www.redhat.com/products/enterprise
-
linux/for
-
ibm
-
system
-
z/promotions/


RHEL for System z Business Class Promotion

z
114

zBC
12

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SLES for System z Business Class

Multi
-
IFL Promotion (USD)

Basic Subscription Pricing*
1 IFL
2-5 IFLs
6-11 IFLs
12+ IFLs
1 year
$6,000
$5,700
$5,600
$5,500
3 year
$16,200
$15,400
$15,100
$14,800
5 year
$24,000
$22,800
$22,400
$21,900
Standard Subscription Pricing*
1 IFL
2-5 IFLs
6-11 IFLs
12+ IFLs
1 year
$7,500
$7,200
$7,000
$6,900
3 year
$20,300
$19,300
$18,900
$18,500
5 year
$30,000
$28,500
$27,900
$27,300
$1
$1
$1
Priority Subscription Pricing*
1 IFL
2-5 IFLs
6-11 IFLs
12+ IFLs
1 year
$9,000
$8,600
$8,400
$8,200
3 year
$24,300
$23,100
$22,600
$22,200
5 year
$36,000
$34,200
$33,500
$32,800
Priority Subscription:

includes Basic Subscription
deliveries plus
24
x
7
Support
services delivered by SUSE
Technical Services

Standard Subscription:

includes Basic Subscription
deliveries plus 12x5 Support

services delivered by SUSE
Technical Services

Basic Subscription:

includes Code Maintenance,
such as patches, fixes and
security updates.

Can be combined with IBM
GTS services

ATTENTION:



Offer is restricted to new System z Business Class purchases only



Promotion Period: September
2013
(with availability of zBC
12
) through December
31
st
,
2014



Get a
50
% discount compared to regular Multi
-
IFL pricing


plus volume discount!

* Per IFL. Get more details on subscription and support service levels

here

!

SUSE for System Business Class Promotion

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Thin Provisioning & Real Time Compression

Drive Storage Efficiency with Easy Tier

IBM FlashSystem Solution

Combining IBM SVC & IBM FlashSystem™



1
Flash Outperforms disk in IBM Almaden Research Lab Demonstration

Considerations for Linux on System z


The extreme performance of IBM FlashSystem with IBM MicroLatency


provides:


I/O per sec
430
k
-

Mixed
70
/
30
% read/write (Model
820
)


Low entry price (
4
TB on the Model
810
)


Very attractive match of incredible performance and price options
-

Model
820 12
TB


Include the San Volume Controller (SVC) at competitive pricing


Delivers outstanding performance per gigabyte, can quickly uncover business insights using

traditional data analytics as well as new big
-
data technologies.


Enterprise Class services with SVC


Business Continuity with Copy services, Flash Copy Back
-
up, Drive Storage
Efficiency with Easy Tier.. driving optimal Workload Availability


When compared to equivalent disk systems, IBM flash storage solutions deliver
6.7
times
more capacity in a single rack,
19
times more cost efficiency in dollars/per IOPS, and are
115
times more energy efficient. (
1
)

Connect via Fiber Channel with
enterprise services using SVC

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New IBM FlashSystem storage extends ELS offering

The new IBM SAN Volume Controller and IBM FlashSystem bundle offers
an
economically priced storage solution

for our Enterprise Linux Server clients.



Right combination of performance and function:


The extreme performance of IBM FlashSystem with IBM MicroLatency™


Advanced storage functionality of IBM SVC


Thin Provisioning


allocate storage “just in time”


Easy Tier


storage efficiency


FlashCopy



point in time copies


Mirroring/Copy Services


data replication and protection


Real
-
Time Compression


up to
5
X more data in the same physical space


An ability to cost effectively deploy quickly and realize
immediate results

IBM SAN Volume Controller (SVC) and IBM
FlashSystem bundle are support ‘out of the box’
by z/VM and Linux on System z.

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Backup charts on IBM zEDC

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Increasing Value with New Technology Innovations

… available on both zEC
12
and zBC
12

NEW!

zEDC
Express


NEW!

10GbE RoCE
Express with SMC
-
R

New!
Flash Express

New!
IBM zAware


Low latency, CPU
Efficient Data
Compression

Low latency, high
performance network
communications

Improved availability and
performance during
critical workload
transitions

Improve availability

through smarter problem
determination

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…. Still massive amounts of data are not being compressed and need a
different approach to compress more “active” data

Explosive growth in data

Every day
2.5
quintillion bytes of data are created

Data needs to be shared
cross platform

Managing and storing data
can push expenses up for IT

Many types of compression
are used today


Today’s modular business
applications are
heterogeneous


Applications need to be able to
efficiently share and process
large files


While able to improve I/O
throughput and thus
performance, many compression
applications consume CPU
resources


Batch workloads and some data
types can drive up compression
requirements


Not being able to compress files
can contribute to added disk
expense


Many offerings for archive


creating data that will be
infrequently accessed


Smaller files allowing for faster
network transfers


Industry standard compression
offerings in market like zlib


IBM System z offers hardware
compression on all System z
processor chips

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IBM zEnterprise Data Compression (zEDC)


New data compression offering that can reduce resource usage


What is it?


A combined software (z/OS V
2.1
) and
hardware (zEDC Express) solution designed
to help reduce resource consumption, disk
utilization and optimize cross platform
exchange of data

How is it different


Performance:

Efficient alternative for
larger files. Reduced CPU overhead for
SMF jobs.


Efficient:

Optimized algorithms scan text to
locate the re
-
use of phrases and refers back
to earlier references


Industry Standard:

Compatible with open
zlib based compression


widely used
across all platforms


Economical:

Reduced DASD space
requirements and improved effective
bandwidth without significant CPU
overhead***

15%

reduction in elapsed time for
SMF extraction with up to
40%

reduction for CPU time *


Logger overhead reduced by up to
30%

**

* When running an SMF extraction/dump against an SMF logstream with records compressed by zEDC