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					IBM System i™

iDevelopment

Harry Willemsen IBM Systems & Technology Group hwillemsen@nl.ibm.com

i want stress free IT. i want control. i want an i.

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iDevelopment Agenda
Technology Trends Application Development I
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Harry Willemsen Elena Lowery

09:30 - 10:00 10:00 – 11:15 11:15 – 11:30

Application Development II
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Elena Lowery

11:30 – 12:30 12:30 – 13:30 13:30 – 14:30 14:30 – 15:00

Java & WebSphere Performance Paul Anderson
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DB2 for i5/OS update Innovation Programs
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Bart de Sitter Patrick Palmans

15:00 – 16:00 16:00 – 16:45

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Technology Trends

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Trends in the IT Industry

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Information Technology Trends in the Industry Needs and Wants –Openness –Simplify IT –Process integration –Collaboration Virtualization Consolidation Business acquisitions

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Information Technology Trends in the Industry . . . Openness
Heterogenous infrastructures are real Openness is not optional TCP/IP APACHE SQL PDF JAVA J2EE XML LINUX JDBC ODBC PHP ...

Openness

support

OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT

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IBM and the Open Movement
IBM takes a leadership position in open standards technology: Linux, Web Services, Java, J2EE and storage standards Open and industry standards ensure: – Choice in applications – Investment protection – Platform flexibility and more options for growth Power.org – standards-based ecosystem of 14 companies, providing open hardware specifications IBM eServer BladeCenter – open specifications – 500+ firms 500 patents committed to the open source community This openness across products and technologies is unique to IBM

Openness

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Why simplify?

IT Simplification

Where are my business functions ?

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Why is IT Simplification so important?
Cost of People vs. Spending on new systems*
Spending (USB$) $200 $180 $160 $140 $120 $100 $80 $60 $40 $20 $0 1996 ’97 ’98 ’99 2000 ’01 ’02 ’03 ’04 ’05 ’06 ’07 ’08
New server spending (USM$) 3% CAGR Cost of mgmt. & admin. 10% CAGR

IT Simplification

Installed Base (M Units) 35 30 25 20 15 10 5

“Data centers have become so fragile that administrators are fearful to touch the existing infrastructure, since any changes may set off a series of events that can bring a company to its knees. Consequently, many enterprises are restricted in deploying innovative applications that could potentially create competitive advantage.” The Yankee Group** January 5, 2005

*Source: IDC, On-Demand Enterprises and Utility Computing: A Current Market Assessment and Outlook, IDC #31513, July 2004. **Source: The Yankee Group, Considerable Savings Are Possible Using Grid Computing and Virtualization Technologies, Research Notes, Corsello, Jason. January 2005.

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Information Technology Trends in the Industry . . .
ON DEMANDBUSINESS CHANGING BUSINESS CHANGING WORLD

Integration Virtualisation Simplification

facilitate

Process Integration Simplify IT Virtualisation

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IBM Strategy for On Demand Business

On Demand

s in Bu ess

ENTRY

On Demand Operating Environment ENTRY
r oc es ess

Business Transformation

Flexible Financial & Delivery Options
“Today, enterprises are recognizing the important relationship between IT processes and business processes. The alignment of business and IT”
—Donna Scott, Gartner VP and Distinguished Analyst, October 2004.

TP &I

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On Demand Operating Environment
Application Integration

On Demand

Standaard (open) Protocols Operating Systems OS OS Virtualization Engines OS

Hardware

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IBM Virtualization Engine and System i5

On Demand

IBM V ir t u a liz a t io n E n g in e ™

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Hardware trends

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Hardware Development trends Processors
More highly integrated and more chip density processors Consolidation on few chip manufactures Heat dissipation vs GHz Introduction of “Cell” computers in commercial systems Multicore & Multithreading capabilities Virtualisation capabilities

Hardware

IBM Cell processor

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Hardware Development trends Memory
Continuation of price drop (price per GB)

Hardware

Systems with hundreds of gigabyte memory is becoming the norm – Terabytes available on the high end

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Hardware Development trends Disk storage
Tendency for more powerfull/intelligent SAN systems Distributed internet accessible storage devices with iSCSI Virtualization of disk storage Density per disk increases at a predictable rate Tendency for companies to store EVERYTHING

Hardware

1956 1st HardDisk

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Hardware Development trends Communications
IPV6 is becoming standard protocol IP telephony RFID Wireless Compression / Compaction Encryption

Hardware

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IBM Processor Strategy for POWER-PC
POWER5 = 9th generation 64-bit processor POWER5 = 5th generation POWER processor

Hardware

C o b r a Transistor count Frequency Logical Partitions 4.7M 50 MHz None

1 9 9 5

P O W E R 5 276M >= 1.5 GHz Up to 254

2004

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POWER roadmap: Invest Without Disruption

Hardware

Fujitsu [APL]**

Sun

SPARC

UltraSPARC Opteron™***

TotalStorage eServer i5

IBM

POWER4

POWER5 eServer p5 OpenPower

POWER6™*

PA-RISC

HP

Itanium®****
**http://www.sun.com/smi/Press/sunflash/200406/sunflash.20040601.14.html ***http://www.sun.com/amd/ ****http://h71033.www7.hp.com/page/ItaniumAnnment.html

Alpha VAX

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

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Common Product Portfolio

Hardware

System i5
520
Up to 2-way

550
Up to 4-way

570
Up to 16-way

595
Up to 64-way

System p5
p5-550 p5-520

p5-570

p5-590
Up to 32-way

p5-595
Up to 64-way

p5-520 Express

p5-550 Express

p5-570 Express
Up to 8-way

720

710
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OpenPower
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POWER is Pervasive

Hardware

Nintendo Wii

POWER5 Systems

Sony PlayStation III

IBM Powers Mars Exploration
http://w3-3.ibm.com/technology/news/2004/0129-mars.html

POWER5 Total Storage

Microsoft Xbox360

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Hardware

POWER Technology
Heat & Ghz ! Multithreading ! Micro-Partitioning ! Self healing circuitry ! Lower power consumption !
1.9 & 2.2

4 to 5 maybe 6

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OS & AD Software trends

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OS & AD Software trends
Linux, Unix Road from 32 bit to 64 bit Multi-thread capabilities Middleware consolidation Scripting (PHP) Service Orientation (SOA, WebServices) Application Workload Distribution Managing a Virtualisation Environment

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Collaboration trends
Remote workers Focus on virtual teams Pervasive computing Consolidation of communication tools Integration at the desktop glass

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System i5 directions
– Integrated middleware

Strategic Software Initiatives

WebSphere AppServer 6.1 Lotus Domino 7x IBM Workplace DB2 Standards & Enhancements WebSphere Business Integration Server xpress

This presentation contains information about IBM’s plans and directions. Such plans are subject to change without notice.

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System i5 directions
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Strategic Software Initiatives

Integrated middleware On Demand Operating Environment Storage optimization Virtual storage Virtual LAN Processor & Memory partitioning Intel integration ixs-ixa-iscsi Linux 32 / 64 bit

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System i5 directions
– – –

Strategic Software Initiatives

Integrated middleware On Demand Operating Environment Simplify Infrastructure

One Box Move to IOP less Remote Operations (at home)

This presentation contains information about IBM’s plans and directions. Such plans are subject to change without notice.

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System i5 directions
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Strategic Software Initiatives

Integrated middleware On Demand Operating Environment Simplify Infrastructure Integrated Console Portal-based Management Tools Virtualized Datacenter Management Reduce Operator Intervention Adapt new services & technologies (portlets)

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System i5 directions
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Strategic Software Initiatives

Integrated middleware On Demand Operating Environment Simplify Infrastructure Business Continuity

Backup & Recovery Failover & Loadbalancing High Avalability Options Cross Site Mirroring Focus on Security Virus resistent

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System i5 directions
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Strategic Software Initiatives

Integrated middleware On Demand Operating Environment Simplify Infrastructure Business Continuity Innovation

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Plans & Directions --- i5/OS
Releases coming too frequently Releases approximately every 18 – 24 months i5/OS V5R3 & V5R4 are both current levels Operating system enhancements will be introduced via PTF/Service Packs Will allow software providers and customers the time to move to the latest release

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Future Plans & Direction (2006-2008)
i5/OS V5R4 –IPV6 –DB2 Enhancements –HA investment –IASP Enhancements –Work Management Modernization –Continuous Operations Enhancements –Common Criteria Security –SAN Integration i/OS follow on Release POWER6 Processor Models – 4.0 to 5.0 GHz – Up to 128-way Systems – Support i5/OS V5R4 & latest release Virtualization Engine –Virtual Partition Manager –Integrated Solutions Console –Portal Based Management Tools –Virtualization Data Center Management
P 5 P r o c e s s o rs

L 3 C ac he

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System i5 AD directives

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