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Draft Agenda for Power / AIX Sessions Version v3, 19, March, 2008 or de o e n em t ) dia nc erm y tio co r va Int it ke ed e e e tle D Ad ic, ex ip n m at ea cr or io as pl Ti Ti D Sp ss es (B m b La o Se D C Trends and Direction Session In part one of this two part opening session Ian Jarman, POWER Systems Offering Manager and key members of his team with responsibility 14-Apr 08:30-09:45 POW ER Systems Hardware and Software Product pTD01 Ian Jarman Intermediate for i5/OS, AIX, and PowerVM will explain the new POWER Systems structure and discuss future developments in the key Operating Systems 15-Apr 14:30-15:45 Overview and Virtualization roadmap. AIX This session will discuss a new tool to meet compliance regulations such as SOX/COBIT, Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard, ISO/IEC 27001:2005 and more. The most effect and consistent manner to meet these 17-Apr 16:15-17:30 pAI06 New Automated Tools for Easy IT Compliance Shawn Mullen Intermediate standards is through automation. This session will discuss a new product which automates IT compliance, 18-Apr 10:15-11:30 configuration, monitoring, alerts, remediation, and auditing. The signing of a non-disclosure agreement will be required to attend this session. This session will discuss the security features introduced in AIX 6.1. These features included Role Based Access 15-Apr 14:30-15:45 Control, AIX Security Expert SOX/COBIT Assistant, Encrypted File Systems, Trusted AIX, Secure by Default, pAI07 New Security in Virtualized AIX 6.1 Shawn Mullen Intermediate 16-Apr 14:30-15:45 Trusted Execution and more. This session will give an overview of these technologies and enough in-depth coverage to determine how your IT environment will benefit from these features. This session will provide an overview of the AIX Security Expert feature which allows for the automated configuration of some 300 hundred security settings. This session will also cover the new AIX Security Expert 15-Apr 16:15-17:30 features in AIX 6.1, along with advanced configuration techniques and customization examples. These pAI08 AIX Security Expert Overview and Customization Shawn Mullen Basic 16-Apr 16:15-17:30 customization examples will show you how to implement security hardening elements unique to your IT environment. You will also learn to systematically confirm that the systems in your enterprise adhere to this customized security hardening In this session Distinguished Engineer Susan Schreitmueller will assemble a team of developers in an open forum 17-Apr 11:45-13:00 pAI09 Meet the Developers Open Forum Susan Schreitmueller Intermediate to answer questions from attendees. Future directions, suggestions for future development, bugs, gotchas and best practice you drive the agenda. This is your opportunity to influence key developers in the AIX world ! This session will cover a number of AIX files and tools to perform basic health, performance and security 14-Apr 14:30-15:45 monitoring. This is a good session for new admins to learn what is available. For seasoned admins, this session pAI13 Introduction to System Monitoring Grover Davidson Basic 16-Apr 08:30-09:15 reminds them of more basic monitoring they may have forgotten. Excellent material to be passed on to new customers. Helpful for initial problem determination on systems as well. This session discusses a number of items to be addressed for business continuity both as disaster planning and 14-Apr 16:15-17:30 pAI14 Planning for System Recovery Grover Davidson Basic normal operations. It focuses on system recovery and ways to achieve it. It provides good reference material for 16-Apr 10:15-11:30 all customers. 16-Apr 11:45-13:00 pAI15 Understanding Memory Usage with SVMON Grover Davidson Intermediate This session explains in depth details of memory usage and analysis with the svmon tool supplied with AIX. 14-Apr 11:45-13:00 This session provides a look at planned AIX enhancements and schedules for 2008 and beyond including release pAI16 AIX Trends and Directions Jay Kruemcke Basic 15-Apr 14:30-15:45 roadmaps and upcoming Technology Levels. This session is IBM Confidential This session explains what are AIX Workload Partitions (WPAR) and can ISVs or in-house developers exploit 17-Apr 08:30-09:45 pAI17 AIX W orkload Partitions for ISVs and Developers Jay Kruemcke Intermediate characteristics of WPARs to provide better capability for their customers. 14-Apr 14:30-15:45 pAI18 W hat is New in AIX Jay Kruemcke Intermediate 15-Apr 16:15-17:30 In the first part of this session, we discuss the situation of running open source software under AIX and try to 17-Apr 16:15-17:30 pAI19 Open Source Software and AIX Dr. Michael Perzl Intermediate answer all questions regarding it (e.g., what open source repositories exist etc). In the second part, we deep dive 18-Apr 10:15-11:30 into technical details of how to build your own open source RPM files for AIX and discuss best practices. 00b05564-ffbd-4d91-a32f-c40a0d424296.xls 1/13 7/14/2011 or de o e n em t ) dia nc erm y tio co r va Int it ke ed e e e tle D Ad ic, ex ip m n at ea cr or io as pl Ti Ti D Sp ss es (B m b La o Se D C Trends and Direction Session AIX Advanced Accounting (AACCT) is one of the key elements for virtualized environments. Using more and more virtualization features clients demand for a possibility to account for and charge back as exactly as possible. 17-Apr 11:45-13:00 Although AACCT delivers all the values it does not offer a complete solution. In this session, I will start with a pAI20 Implementing Advanced Accounting - A Practical Approach Dr. Roland Kunz Advanced 18-Apr 11:45-13:00) brief introduction of the motivation for building up a client specific solution. I will then follow with the main problems to be addressed. Furthermore, I will give a detailed description of the architecture of the client specific solutions and practical examples. Major improvements have occurred in system tuning for AIX 6.1. This session discusses performance 16-Apr 11:45-13:00 pAI21 AIX 6.1 Performance Differences Bret Olszewski Advanced differences between AIX 5.3 and AIX 6.1. Included is a detailed discussion on the motivations for changing 17-Apr 08:30-09:45 system tunables and their new values. Examples of new behavior are included with examples. This session describes the basic performance characteristics of WPARs and performance best practices. 17-Apr 14:30-15:45 pAI22 AIX W PARS Performance Concepts and Best Practices Bret Olszewski Basic Included are discussions of CPU, memory, and I/O attributes of WPARs. Also included is a discussion of AIX 18-Apr 08:30-09:45 tunables for WPARs and examples of performance monitoring functions with interpretation. This session covers nmon, the free performance monitor for AIX and Linux. The latest version is 12 that includes 17-Apr 14:30-15:45 pAI24 nmon 12 for AIX6/POW ER6 Nigel Griffiths Intermediate 30 new features and these are covered and explained including new features for AIX6 like WPARs and POWER6 18-Apr 08:30-09:45 systems. This session covers these three new features of AIX 6 and POWER6. This session will include worked examples of programs using these new features and live demonstrate how they work. Some very simple C source code is 18-Apr 10:15-11:30 pAI26 Decimal Floating Point, ProbeVue and Memory Keys Nigel Griffiths Advanced covered. DFP can be used two ways to make money calculations 50 times faster, Probevue can debug live applications without the source code and memory keys can aid debugging and protection from user written stored procedures. Migrating to AIX 6.1 is an easy and low risk task. This session presents information on planning, performing and 16-Apr 10:15-11:30 pAI27 Migrating to AIX 6.1 Peter Nutt Intermediate checking the migration with reference to common 'gotchas' and new tools to make it even easier. If you are 18-Apr 11:45-13:00) planning a migration to AIX 6.1 then this is the session for you. AIX 6.1 introduces a large number of new features. This session discusses some of the these features and gives 16-Apr 08:30-09:45 pAI28 Things That Make You Go 'ooo' in AIX 6.1 Peter Nutt Basic examples of use (console, RBAC, WPAR, snapshot, nolog, etc). This session presents a selection of hints, tips and guidance from administrators, support personnel and 17-Apr 14:30-15-45 pAI29 Care and Feeding of AIX Peter Nutt Intermediate implementers. Hear experts from around the world on the topic of looking after and nurturing your treasured AIX 18-Apr 11:45-13:00 system and operating environment. 14-Apr 16:15-17:30 This demonstration will show how power management influences performance on POWER systems. We'll show pAI50 Active Energy Manager Demo Stephan Navarro Demo Intermediate 15-Apr 16:15-17:30 interactions between POWER VM and Active Energy Manager This live remote hands-on demonstration will include the Workload Partition Manager user interface, controlling the WPAR machines, the WPAR themselves ordering and sorting the information and setting the startup default 14-Apr 11:45-13:00 W orkload Partition Demo 1 - views. Next, it covers creating a WPAR in six different ways (including command line), starting and stopping, pAI51 Thierry Fauck Demo Intermediate 16-Apr 08:30-09:45 Manage/Create/Start/Stop/Migrate compatibility tests, migrating a WPAR to a new machine, tracking tasks, error reporting, changing WPAR properties, moving a WPAR from a POWER5 to POWER6 machine or back. This is part 2 of the 4 part AIX6 Workload Partition series. This live demonstration will include the Workload Partition more advanced features like backup, restore & cloning, Application WPARs & sharing applications across WPARs, performance monitoring, various tools at the global 14-Apr 14:30-15:45 W orkload Partition Demo 2 - AIX level like topas, ps and nmon, the various WPAR control mechanisms control like WLM shares and hard/soft pAI52 Thierry Fauck Demo Advanced 16-Apr 10:15-11:30 Backup/Clone/Performance/Control limits, maximums & resource sets. Finally, the automated WPAR Manager migration with WPAR groups is covered. This is part 3 of the 4 part AIX6 Workload Partition series. The follow on session is the "Workload Partitions: Meet the Developers" This session is a lab using a real environment to shows customers how to perform with WPAR new feature. WPARs provide a way to run multiple applications inside the same AIX instance, reducing system administration 16-Apr 08:30-09:45 and increasing the overall utilization of systems by consolidating multiple workloads on a single LPAR. This lab pAI54 W orking with W PARs, Lab Francois Martin Lab Advanced 17-Apr 14:30-15-45 explains benefits, issues and implementation using a real hands-on environment. Attendees will be able to create, manage, work with system and application WPARs and understand its characteristics, manage the WLM CPU resources of the WPAR, and relocate WPARs to another AIX6 partition Lab session: Migrating to AIX 6.1 is an easy and low risk task. This lab provides 'hands-on' experience of 16-Apr 11:45-13:00 pAI55 Migrating to AIX 6.1 LAB Peter Nutt Lab Basic migrating a system to AIX 6.1 from an earlier version of AIX. 00b05564-ffbd-4d91-a32f-c40a0d424296.xls 2/13 7/14/2011 or de o e n em t ) dia nc erm y tio co r va Int it ke ed e e e tle D Ad ic, ex ip m n at ea cr or io as pl Ti Ti D Sp ss es (B m b La o Se D C Trends and Direction Session AIX 6.1 introduces a large number of new features. This lab session provides a self paced exploration of some of 16-Apr 14:30-15:45 pAI56 Things That Make You Go 'ooo' in AIX 6.1 LAB Peter Nutt Lab Intermediate the these features and will be useful for anyone planning to implement AIX 6.1 on their systems (console, RBAC, WPAR, snapshot, no log, etc). Prerequisite for this lab is attending the associated lecture. This is a lab session that investigates the enhanced security features of AIX 6.1. It includes Role Based Access 16-Apr 16:15-17:30 pAI57 Configuring the Security Features of AIX 6.1 Lab Ted Sullivan Lab Intermediate Control (RBAC), long passwords, Encrypted File Systems (EFS), Trusted Execution (TE) and AIX Security 17-Apr 08:30-09:45 Expert. HACMP 15-Apr 16:15-17:30 This session gives a overview of the changes and new functions in HACMP 5.4 and 5.4.1 compared to HACMP pHA02 W hat is New in HACMP 5.4 and 5.4.1 Bernhard Buehler Basic 16-Apr 08:30-09:45 5.3. This session is a Disaster Recovery solutions overview. It is contains a small introduction with milestone DR concepts, then the possible implementations using HACMP base product or HACMP/XD feature. For each 17-Apr 08:30-09:45 pHA03 Disaster Recovery Solutions Using HACMP and HACMP/XD Rita Ceresi Intermediate solution, a brief set of considerations about when and why to use it. The session also provides some references, when possible, to IBM case studies or real implementations. This will provide several case studies. The session starts with a review of different IBM and Oracle Technics. It 16-Apr 16:15-17:30 will show typical HA and DR scenarios that customers usually face with Oracle DB on system p. For each pHA07 Oracle HA & DR Solutions on System p Marc Bouzigues Intermediate 17-Apr 10:15-11:30 practical case, an appropriate architectural example is described using IBM and Oracle products like HACMP, storage replication, Dataguard, RAC etc. Advantages and Limitations are discussed for each presented case. The goal of the presentation is to describe the HACoC methodology approach and concepts. The session System p HA methodology and Approach From the HACoC explains the definition of HA & DR and shows the impact and the cost of unavailability. It also shows how to start 17-Apr 11:45-13:00 pHA08 Marc Bouzigues Advanced Center with the company business high availability requirements and choose right architecture. At the end, we will highlight real cases and shows some practical recommendation on system p. This session covers the high availability solution CBU. It addresses the CBU configuration options, related 16-Apr 10:15-11:30 Maria-Katharina pHA09 Capacity BackUp (CBU) - Concepts and Implementation Advanced HACMP and On/Off Capacity on Demand (CoD) settings. The CBU offering, the requirements, specialties and 17-Apr 14:30-15:45 Esser the advantages for the customer are also discussed. High Performance Computing The IBM Blue Gene/P Solution is the second generation machine in IBM's Blue Gene program. It adheres to key design strategies of the Blue Gene program, providing petaflop scale performance in a package that is efficient in 14-Apr 14:30-15:45 term of power, cooling and floor space. The solution is surrounded by a System p cluster, IBM storage, and pHP03 The New IBM Blue Gene/P® Solution Dino E. Quintero Intermediate 16-Apr 10:15:11:30 GPFS. During the session, specific components of the solution will be explained to show how the overall solution is helping our customers make advances in the industry. A comparison to other IBM technologies and the competition will be discussed during the session. In this session, we will discuss how IBM Deep Computing provides a diverse and complete portfolio of servers, storage, middleware and services solutions to help customers innovate and shape the future of the industry. The 14-Apr 11:45-13:00 pHP05 High Performance Computing Strategy and Trends Dino E. Quintero Intermediate 16-Apr 08:30-09:45 heterogeneous computing environments, develop and deploy hybrid computing solutions with open-platform components for workload acceleration & optimization, and develop and promote sustainable energy efficient solutions to lower lifecycle costs and remain planet friendly. We will present key aspects on how to improve the performance of HPC workloads by using hardware/software Getting Best Performance Out of Your POW ER HPC features on POWER systems. SMT, Medium sized memory pages, FMA, optimized libraries are some of the IBM 16-Apr 11:45-13:00 pHP06 Eric Michel Advanced System advantages that can be used. Most of them will be demonstrated thru real examples from several HPC sectors: petroleum, weather forecast,... This talk will show how we can extend the reach of the Green Data Centers initiative by considering the applications performance. The diagnostic and tuning methodology is explained and a list of common application 14-Apr 16:15-17:30 pHP07 Responsible Programming Francois Thomas Intermediate performance anti-patterns is given. We also demonstrate how the use of accelerators and workload optimized systems can lead to a globally power optimized design. 00b05564-ffbd-4d91-a32f-c40a0d424296.xls 3/13 7/14/2011 or de o e n em t ) dia nc erm y tio co r va Int it ke ed e e e tle D Ad ic, ex ip m n at ea cr or io as pl Ti Ti D Sp ss es (B m b La o Se D C Trends and Direction Session This session provides a quick technical dive into the IBM DCS9550 product, available from IBM since mid-2007. It positions this disk storage subsystem against the midrange IBM DS4000 product line which has traditionally been used for HPC storage solutions. Some sizing and configuration guidelines are provided to deploy DCS9550 16-Apr 14:30-15:45 pHP08 Deploying IBM DCS9550 Storage in GPFS Environments Michael Hennecke Advanced in clusters that use IBM General Parallel Filesystem as their parallel filesystem. As a customer case study, the architecture and implementation of research center Jülich's new petascale GPFS storage cluster (based on DS4000, DCS9550, and System p / AIX5L) is described. The presentation will report on recent developments, how the HPCS-PERCS program will help to run HPC 17-Apr 16:15-17:30 Dr. Christoph pHP11 How to tame applications on multiple multi-cores Advanced applications fast and smoothly on massively parallel architectures - thereby creating additional value for the 18-Apr 11:15-13:00 Pospiech Power processor line in the future. POWER6 can offer great performance gains over previous POWER5 processors, if one avoids a few pitfalls. This session first points out methods for performance analysis using IBM HPC Toolkit and AIX tprof. Then it points out specific problems common for many scientific or engineering applications which can be detrimental for 16-Apr 16:15:17:30 pHP09 POW ER6 Code Optimization Techniques Mathias Puetz Advanced POWER6 performance. Finally it discusses coding techniques to avoid or mitigate such problems. General optimization techniques are not considered, but the session focuses on specific POWER6 (& POWER5) issues, that C/C++ and FORTRAN developers should be concerned about. Software This session will highlight how IBM POWER technology provides value to customers running SAP environments. Throughout arguments in favor of IBM POWER6 technology performance leadership, we will discuss how server 16-Apr 10:15-11:30 POW ER Systems Value for Your SAP Application performance contributes to customers TCO reduction. It will position both 'in the box' virtualization technologies pSO02 Eric Cicchiello Intermediate 17-Apr 11:45-13:00 Environment and complementary middleware solutions that are beneficial to SAP Landscapes. The session will be illustrated with customer case studies and experiences with real customer benchmark engagements at our IBM Customer Centre in Montpellier Over the past few years, IBM has built a strategic partnership with SAP, resulting in the delivery of the industry's 14-Apr 14:30-15:45 pSO05 DB2 on Power - The Ultimate Database for SAP Thomas Aiche Basic only database truly optimized for SAP. You will learn why DB2 should always be the sensible choice when time 16-Apr 08:30-09:45 comes to elect a database for SAP implementations In this session, we will describe a real experience for the DB2 performance recommendations for PLM on AIX 14-Apr 11:45-13:00 pSO06 Pushing DB2 Performance at IBM DS Competency Centre Amr Roushdi Intermediate Pservers and SAN disks. It will also discuss the work being done at the IDSICC (IBM Dassault Systemes 17-Apr 14:30-15:45 International Competency Centre ) located at Dassault Systemes in Suresnes suburb of Paris France. This lecture will focus on 2 aspects. First it will discuss how to leverage the Informix installed base to cross sell on the IBM hardware capabilities. Second, it will explain new features released in IDS v11 which allow the setup 16-Apr 16:15-17:30 Jose Manuel Ruiz pSO07 Informix v11 Features for High Availability &W orkload Mgmt Basic and control of database instances that share disk resources and/or replicate data for HA purposes, automatically 17-Apr 16:15-17:30 Gallud direct applications based on application nature and the different database workloads in each of the instances in the cluster and provide automatic failover and application redirection. Come find out about this new integrated systems management offering specifically geared towards the System p 17-Apr 08:30-09:45 environment. Management Edition for AIX provides 3 primary system management functions: 1) monitoring of the pSO10 Introducing Management Edition for AIX Divyesh Vaidya Intermediate 18-Apr 08:30-09:45 health and availability of the System p environment, 2) discovery of the configurations and relationships between System p service or application components, and 3) usage and accountability of System p resources How is your System p environment performing? Are you over- or under-utilizing your servers? Will you have 17-Apr 10:15-11:30 sufficient capacity to address customer demand in the future? Find out how Tivoli Monitoring and Tivoli pSO11 Tivoli Performance & Capacity Management of System p Divyesh Vaidya Advanced 18-Apr 10:15-11:30 Performance Analyzer can help you answer these questions. In this session, you will also get an update on performance management for AIX 6.1 and WPAR environment. A technical look at the provisioning solutions available to deploy new System p environments in less than 40 minutes. An example of a utility System p computing solution based on virtualised p570s at a UK customer is 15-Apr 14:30-15:45 used. An provides an overview of Tivoli Provisioning Manager (TPM) and its automation capabilities for servers, pSO12 Tivoli Provisioning of Virtualised System p Environments Steve Strutt Basic 17-Apr 11:45-13:00 storage, software and networking. It looks in detail at how, LPAR creation, configuration of SAN attached storage, and networking, VIOS, NIM, MPIO and file system configuration was automated. It concludes with a look at some of the other System p provisioning deployments 00b05564-ffbd-4d91-a32f-c40a0d424296.xls 4/13 7/14/2011 or de o e n em t ) dia nc erm y tio co r va Int it ke ed e e e tle D Ad ic, ex ip m n at ea cr or io as pl Ti Ti D Sp ss es (B m b La o Se D C Trends and Direction Session Didier W ociejchowski Oracle Corporation is one of the IBM main partners. This session is an overview of the current Oracle portfolio, 14-Apr 16:15-17:30 pSO13 Oracle Portfolio on IBM Power (Oracle), Basic from technologies to applications and how we can build joint solutions leveraging Oracle & IBM System p. The 16-Apr 11:45-13:00 Christphe presentation will focus especially on EBS, Siebel and Oracle Business Intelligence Menichetti (IBM) Sebastien This session will cover: how to configure AIX to support Oracle with the best performance, how to setup Oracle to 16-Apr 14:30-15:45 Chabrolles (IBM) pSO14 Oracle/AIX Performance and Tuning Intermediate take advantage of AIX features and understand the joint effort to tune both Oracle and AIX, and how they interact 18-Apr 08:30-09:45 et Fabienne each others. Lepetit (Oracle) This Lab provides a preview of the features and functions that will be available in Data Studio Administration Console (DSAC) Version 1.1.0. DSAC provides a rich Web interface to monitor your IBM data servers. You can 15-Apr 14:30-15:45 pSO50 Introducing Data Studio Administration Console Paul Read Lab Basic monitor the health and availability of databases, view dashboard metrics, investigate alert details, and 18-Apr 08:30-09:45 troubleshoot problems using expert recommendations. You can also monitor Q replication and event publishing, generate replication health reports, and perform basic replication operations IBM Data Studio provides an extensive development environment for developers to improve their productivity, application performance, and resiliency by using the pureQuery technology to bridge the gap between data and 15-Apr 16:15-17:30 pSO51 Introducing Data Studio Paul Read Lab Intermediate Java applications. This lab provides an overview of the features and functions that are available in Data Studio. 18-Apr 10:15-11:30 It enables you to design data access queries, develop database applications, and administer database objects. Data Studio currently supports DB2 on LUW, z/OS & i5/OS and IDS. Storage General Parallel File System is IBM's parallel file system commonly used for cluster applications using System p and System x server technology. GPFS has been available since 1998 giving it both maturity and market Advanced Filesystems with IBM GPFS v3.2 for Commercial presence. GPFS is in wide use at High Performance Computing customers. GPFS is also used for commercial 16-Apr 16:15-17:30 pST01 Frank Kraemer Advanced Use applications such as databases and data warehouses. This lecture examine GPFS's version 3.2 latest features, semantics, programming considerations,configuration procedures, tuning and optimization guidelines, best practices and environment for commercial use. The objective of this session is to give a feedback on the tape backup solution implemented for the biggest Proof of Concept "60 TB SAP Business Warehouse" on System p. The presentation will describe the project and the Jean-Philippe objectives. We will go in more detail on system, SAN and storage configuration from the DB2 database disks 16-Apr 08:30-09:45 pST02 AIX/System p Architecture to Backup a 60 TB DB2 database Advanced Durney layout to the tape drives. The speaker will present the TSM/TDP solution implemented for the management of the backup. He will then present the performance results of the backup/restore tests and end with some recommendation on the system architecture for such configuration. Adding storage to the server can be interesting for the customer as well as you. But what should you add? What 16-Apr 11:45-13:00 is the power of tape? This session will talk about storage solution areas which can be discussed with every pST04 Power to Tape Christian Bosman Basic 18-Apr 10:15-11:30 customer - - business continuity, going green, maximize performance and scalability and, of course, virtualization. It is all about selling a story where client needs are centric and not our latest features. This session gives a basic overview of the TSM Architecture and shows what's new in TSM Version 5.5 - putting 15-Apr 14:30-15:45 pST05 TSM Overview and what's new with TSM V5. 5 in AIX Stefan Gocke Basic emphasis on the System p - AIX and Linux platform. This session shows how to design a good and efficient TSM Server solution and how to tune and change a 15-Apr 16:15-17:30 pST06 TSM - Designing and Optimizing a TSM Solution Stefan Gocke Intermediate running one. 17-Apr 11:45-13:00 In this lab session, we will cover the installation, the setup and the configuration of IBM General Parallel File pST51 GPFS Implementation in an AIX Environment Karim Haffad Lab Intermediate System. The environment will be implemented on a set of AIX LPARs sharing SAN LUNs through a Virtual I/O 18-Apr 10:15-11:30 Server LPAR. Systems 00b05564-ffbd-4d91-a32f-c40a0d424296.xls 5/13 7/14/2011 or de o e n em t ) dia nc erm y tio co r va Int it ke ed e e e tle D Ad ic, ex ip m n at ea cr or io as pl Ti Ti D Sp ss es (B m b La o Se D C Trends and Direction Session This session will cover the System p competition in the UNIX market from HP, Sun and Fujitsu-Siemens based on comparisons of technology, product portfolio and go to market strategy. It will cover all you need to know about 14-Apr 11:45-13:00 pSY01 System p Competition from HP, Sun and Fujitsu-Siemens Henrik W ilken Basic competitive technology, products and actions in order to discuss it with a customer while presenting IBM and our 17-Apr 08:30-09:45 includes comparisons of processor and virtualization technology, benchmarks and price/performance analysis. 14-Apr 10:15-11:30 In part two of this two part opening session, Michael Middleton from the Briefing Centre will discuss future processor technology and future pSY02 Power Systems Trends and Directions Michael Middleton Intermediate systems using the POWER processor. He will also cover packaging, virtualization, performance, and energy efficiency. 15-Apr 16:15-17:30 This session is designed for people new to Power Systems. It will discuss the design choices involved in 14-Apr 11:45-13:00 pSY03 Introduction to Power Systems Michael Middleton Basic designing POWER serves. It will cover processors, server packaging, operating systems, performance and virtualization. This presentation will be divided in three parts. The first part focus on what energy efficiency is (not just processor but power supply, Virtualization,etc etc). It includes a discussion of processors like SUN, Intel,AMD. 17-Apr 10:15-11:30 pSY05 Energy Efficiency on POW ER6 Based Systems Carlo Costantini Basic The second part is technical and focuses on POWER6 internal features, EnergyScale and EnergyScale System implementations (differences from blade to 570, hopefully HE) and notice on Power management. The third part focus on the competition - - HP and SUN and show what are they doing. IT specialists need more powerful performance monitoring and analysis tools to confront to the increase of applications and infrastructures architecture complexity. This session presents IBM benchmark center tooling Performance Complexity - How to Capture, Analyse and 16-Apr 14:30-15:45 pSY11 Jean-Armand Broyelle Intermediate and methodology: system performance calibration, measures and information recording, settings changes control Tune? and tuning, performance data warehousing. It also introduces new techniques to track the causes of performance problems on AIX, Linux and System p systems based on Business Intelligence. This session will provide insight into current plans for IBM Clustering software products (GPFS, CSM, Director, HACMP among others), and how these software products are providing competitive advantages to IBM 15-Apr 14:30-15:45 pSY17 System p Clustering Strategy and Trends Dino E. Quintero Intermediate customers. Practical customer experiences will be discussed highlighting how the customer can leverage the 16-Apr 16:15-17:30 portfolio of solutions for the System p platform. We will discuss how these software solutions fits the current customer environments thus preserving and keeping the SOA customer initiatives in prospective. Tech Sales Support Oracle has just released its new version of Oracle Database and Automatic Storage manager: 11g. Associated Frederic Michiara with System p running AIX or Linux, we have a very complete set of architecture options to fulfill any customer 16-Apr 14:30-15:45 pTS01 Implementing Oracle 11g RAC on IBM System p (Oracle) & Michel Intermediate requirements from simple configurations to stretched clusters called extended RAC. We'll deep dive the 17-Apr 14:30-15:45 Passet (IBM) possibilities, sharing the experiences of F.Michiara, an Oracle Ambassador from the Oracle/IBM Joint Solutions Center and from Michel Passet, expert from the PSSC System p Benchmark center. Customer benchmarking is a very powerful tool to convince and sale a solution based on IBM products. With more than 200 benchmark run in the last 24 months, the Power system benchmark center of Montpellier has 14-Apr 11:45-13:00 pTS02 Business Value of Benchmarking: Make it Happen with pLite Franck Lespinasse Intermediate accumulated a huge amount of experience, and has also gone through all the typical situations. Based on this experience, I will present the how to succeed including a benchmark in your pre-sale cycle : what, how, when. We will also introduce what provides Montpellier center with pLite offer. The Power Systems Banking Center works both at providing support for key banking opportunities and at enhancing the IBM technical relationship with key banking ISVs with UNIX solutions like i-Flex, Temenos, Infosys. 14-Apr 16:15-17:30 FlexCube, Finacle and T24 are the top three core banking solutions that are today considered by many banks. pTS04 Power Systems Banking Center and Core Banking Solutions Jean-Yves Girard Basic This session presents the center activities and these ISV solutions. Various customers projects (benchmarks, 16-Apr 16:15-17:30 proof-of-concepts) will be detailed to help you to better understand customer pain points, Power Systems competitive advantages and the overall solution architecture. How can the Power virtualization technologies can be used in the telco world? What is the feed-back of real life experiences in such environment? This session will provide success stories with ISVs and Customers cases. 14-Apr 14:30-15:45 pTS05 Connecting with IBM Around Telco Solutions Didier Petitprez Intermediate We will understand that virtualization is not only theoretical but can be explained to your customers with real 16-Apr 14:30-15:45 experiences. We will determine when virtualization makes sense depending on the customer situation. You will appreciate the value for you and for your customers 00b05564-ffbd-4d91-a32f-c40a0d424296.xls 6/13 7/14/2011 or de o e n em t ) dia nc erm y tio co r va Int it ke ed e e e tle D Ad ic, ex ip m n at ea cr or io as pl Ti Ti D Sp ss es (B m b La o Se D C Trends and Direction Session This session will cover some advanced topics around eConfig and System p. The topics covered will be 16-Apr 11:45-13:00 determined with the aid of the audience but may include creating upgrades from installed inventories, overcoming pTS07 eConfig Masterclass for System p Simon Marchese Advanced 17-Apr 11:45-13-00 order problems using Base Edit, using Customer Specified Placement, relationship to other SPT and HMC and problem diagnosis. This session will provide insight into STG Power Systems Services. It will explain who we are, what we do, 16-Apr 10:15-11:30 Amanda Stockley, specialist skills available, engagements undertaken, how you engage us and what we can do for you. Plus, it will pTS09 STG Power Systems Services and A Day in the Life Basic 17-Apr 10:15-11:30 Maria McDade explain a Day in the Life....an insight from a Services Specialist into the eclectic and exciting realms of working with very different customers with sometimes strange results. Linux is a community-developed operating system. As such, there is no "natural" body that can set certification 14-Apr 14:30-15:45 standards. This has resulted in the situation where we have three major Linux certification providers, and an 17-Apr 14:30-15:45 pTS10 Linux Technical Certifications Overview W outer Liefting Basic even larger number of minor players. This session will summarize the major Linux certification programs, 17-Apr 16:15-17:30 compare them to one another and help you decide on the best certification program to invest your time and money in. It also compares providers of education that lead up to these certifications. Virtualization This presentation provides an introduction to the Open Source monitoring tool Ganglia which originated in high 17-Apr 08:30-09:45 pVI01 Ganglia for Monitoring Systems & POW ER5/6 LPARs Dr. Michael Perzl Basic performance computing but is now widely used everywhere. Here we discuss how Ganglia was extended to incorporate POWER5/6 specific metric for AIX and Linux on POWER and how they can be monitored. A unique demonstration of Live Partition Mobility, IBM Tivoli Monitoring (ITM) for system-p and Active Energy Manager working in concert to demonstrate some of IBM's capabilities for the modern datacenter. ITM situations 17-Apr 08:30-09:45 pVI02 Partition Migration, ITM & Active Energy Manager in Action Andy Thomas Demo Intermediate will be shown working to automate the power consumption characteristics of POWER6 servers. Real-time 17-Apr 14:30-15:45 utilisation of workloads will trigger Power saving features, Live Partition Migrations and Re-Migrations to optimise the service characteristics and power consumption. This session offers a forum to discuss the components of the IBM Virtualization for System p servers including technology updates, advantages, when to deploy the solution, case scenarios, migration scenarios, and in particular how to cluster and manage this virtual environment. Customer best practices examples will be 15-Apr 16:15-17:30 pVI03 IBM System p Virtualization and Clustering Best Practices Dino E. Quintero Basic discussed during the session to show the attendees how these customers are leveraging IBM Virtualization technologies to meet their application needs. Moreover, it will provide an in depth discussion on how to properly manage a large virtual farm will be discussed during the session. Virtualization technologies such as Logical Partitions and Workload Partitions have implications for software 17-Apr 10:15-11:30 pVI05 Software Licensing Issues in a Virtualized Environment Jay Kruemcke Basic licenses that are based on processors. This session is a discussion of common ISV approaches to software 18-Apr 08:30-09:45 licensing in a virtualized Power Systems environment 60TB SAP PoC, Key of success : System p CPU 16-Apr 10:15-11:30 pVI06 Jean-Philippe Durney Advanced objectives and how we went to this design. We will go in more detail on the CPU utilisation and how we configure Virtualization the virtualization of the CPU for scalability, performance and manageability. This design can be re-used with Power VM for many System p architectures on AIX/Linux. The IBM Virtual I/O Server (VIO Server) offers the possibility to virtualize storage and network resources on System p and System i. This session will discuss practical use of VIO Server based on customer experience and 16-Apr 11:45-13:00 lab testing with focus on usability, control and redundancy. These topics will be discussed: implementing the VIO pVI07 Morten Vagmo Advanced 18-Apr 10:15-11:30 Server for disk and network, effective deployment using SPT and HMC system plans, when to use VIO Server in single or dual mode, redundancy options, administration best practices, performance considerations, VIO Server enhancements and n+K101ew virtualization features. IBM Director and especially IBM Systems Director Virtualization Manager extends the ability to unify 15-Apr 14:30-15:45 administration of various server platforms. In this session I will show the main concepts of both products in a live pVI53 IBM Director and Virtualization Manager for POW ER - Demo Dr. Roland Kunz Demo Intermediate demonstration. Especially the ability to manage IVM and HMC attached systems and to deploy new logical 16-Apr 11:45-13:00 partitions will be discussed in detail 00b05564-ffbd-4d91-a32f-c40a0d424296.xls 7/13 7/14/2011 or de o e n em t ) dia nc erm y tio co r va Int it ke ed e e e tle D Ad ic, ex ip m n at ea cr or io as pl Ti Ti D Sp ss es (B m b La o Se D C Trends and Direction Session The business world is driving faster and easier connectivity into more and smaller devices. What are these security risks and what does it mean to your companies IT infrastructure? This session will provide an interesting Hacking the Connected W orld and Security 18-Apr 08:30-09:45 pVI09 Shawn Mullen Intermediate Countermeasures corporate landscape now includes millions of home offices. This session discusses basic concepts of PowerVM configuration for performance. It includes discussion of Micro partitioning versus dedicated processor partitions, memory configuration, and disk and networking 17-Apr 16:15-17:30 pVI12 AIX and PowerVM Performance Best Practices Bret Olszewski Intermediate virtualization. Configuration comparison measurements show tuning contrasts on measured workloads. Updates around new POWER6 virtualization features are included. This session approaches a compare and contrast of existing performance measuring tools for PowerVM. 17-Apr 10:15-11:30 pVI13 Performance Measuring Tools for PowerVM Bret Olszewski Intermediate Included are recommendations on important metrics and the relative abilities of topas, nmon, Tivoli ITM, SAP CCS, and Ganglia for monitoring these metrics. This session highlights the features delivered in 2007 with the Virtual I/O Server (VIOS) and Integrated Virtualisation Manager (IVM) releases 1.4 and 1.5. VIOS is a core component of PowerVM but we hear so little 16-Apr 14:30-15-45 about new features and how to actually use them. This sessions tours the improvements with hands-on advice. pVI19 VIOS & IVM Update plus Roadmap Nigel Griffiths Intermediate 17-Apr 16:15-17:30 IVM is increasingly important as to only PowerVM available on the JS22 and low end. Recent IVM improvements make this much more flexible. Don't forget we also get i5/OS on the IVM for the JS22 soon. This session ends with a short review of the 2008 roadmap. System Planning Tool, SPT offers the possibility to design system configurations for System p and i and combined with HMC system plans you can greatly simplify system deployment. This session covers the current 16-Apr 08:30-09:45 capabilities through demonstration. The following topics will be covered: current capabilities of SPT, HMC system pVI23 Deployment Simplification with SPT and System Plans Morten Vagmo Intermediate 17-Apr 08:30-09:45 plan deployment, software installation recommendations, configuration maintenance, configuration backup and documentation, HMC system plan to SPT reload. The target audience is experienced LPAR users and designers of Virtualization solutions on System p and System i. 14-Apr 16:15-17:30 Intro to Linux on POWER and the new functions available with the recently GA PowerVM Lx86 that runs pVI24 Linux on POW ER and PowerVM Lx86 Nigel Griffiths Basic 17-Apr 10:15-11:30 unaltered Linux on x86 (Intel/AMD) application binaries on Linux on POWER. In this session, we discuss Linux and dual Virtual I/O Server (VIOS) configurations. We focus especially on 17-Apr 11:45-13:00 pVI25 Linux in a Dual VIOS Environment Dr. Michael Perzl Intermediate system design and discuss multipathing options for storage and network and their implications on Linux on POWER. Workload Partition is a software-base virtualization feature of AIX 6 that provides a new capability to reduce the number of AIX operating system images that need to be maintained when consolidating multiple workloads on a 16-Apr 10:15-11:30 single server. WPARs provide a way to run multiple applications inside the same AIX. It increases the overall pVI50 AIX 6 W orkload Partitions Manager Lab Thierry Huche Lab Advanced 17-Apr 16:15-17:30 utilization of systems by consolidating multiple workloads on one system. WPAR Mobility also increases consolidation flexibility and application availability. In this LAB you will implement Workload Partitions Manager using a real environment. 17-Apr 10:15-11:30 Karim haffad, pVI51 Implementing Partition Mobility Lab Intermediate This lab will implement Partition Mobility on POWER6/AIX 18-Apr 08:30-09:45 Tyrone Dechalus Draft Agenda for Power / AIX Sessions Version v2, 09, March, 2008 00b05564-ffbd-4d91-a32f-c40a0d424296.xls 8/13 7/14/2011 pAI51 - Workload pSO06 - Pushing DB2 pHP05 - High pSY01 - System p pAI16 - AIX Trends and pTS02 - Business Value Partition Demo 1 - Performance at IBM DS Performance Computing pSY03 - Introduction to Competition from HP, Sun 11:45 - 13:00 Directions of Benchmarking: Make it Manage/Create/Start/Stop Competency Centre Strategy and Trends Power Systems and Fujitsu-Siemens (R: Tue 14:30) Happen with pLite /Migrate (R: Thu 14:30) (R: Wed 08:30) (R: Thu 08:30) (R: Wed 08:30) Speaker Name Amr Roushdi Dino Quintero Jay Kruemcke Michael Middleton Franck Lespinasse Henrik Wilken Thierry Fauck Lunch (w/ Solution Center Open) 13:00 - 14:30 Room: Pavillon 2 pAI52 - Workload pSO05 - DB2 on Power - pTS05 - Connecting with pTS10 - Linux Technical pHP03 - The New IBM pAI18 - What is New in pAI13 - Introduction to Partition Demo 2 - The Ultimate Database for IBM Around Telco Certifications Overview 14:30 - 15:45 Blue Gene/P® Solution AIX System Monitoring Backup/Clone/Performanc SAP Solutions (R: Thu 14:30) (R: Wed 10:15) (R: Tue 16:15) (R: Wed 08:30) e/Control (R: Wed 08:30) (R: Wed 14:30) (R: Thu 16:15) (R: Wed 10:15) Speaker Name Thomas Aiche Dino Quintero Jay Kruemcke Grover Davidson Didier Petitprez Wouter Liefting Thierry Fauck 15:45 - 16:15 Coffee Break (30 minutes) pTS04 - Power Systems pSO13 - Oracle Portfolio iSM14 - Power System pAI14 - Planning for pVI24 - Linux on POWER pHP07 - Responsible Banking Center and Core 16:15 - 17:30 on IBM Power Virtualization with System Recovery and PowerVM Lx86 Programming Banking Solutions (R: Wed 11:45) PowerVM (R: Wed 10:15) (R: Thu 10:15) (R: Wed 16:15) Didier Wociejchowski (Oracle), Speaker Name Francois Thomas Craig Johnson Grover Davidson Jean-Yves Girard Nigel Griffiths Christophe Menichetti (IBM) 17:30-19:30 TAPAS NIGHT in Solution Center AIX HACMP HPC Software Storage Systems Tech Sales Support Virtualization pSO12 - Tivoli pSY17 - System p pVI53 - IBM Director and pTD01- POWER Systems pSO50 - Introducing Data pAI16 - AIX Trends and pAI07 - New Security in pST05 - TSM Overview Provisioning of Virtualised Clustering Strategy and Virtualization Manager for Hardware and Software Studio Administration 14:30 - 15:45 Directions Virtualized AIX 6.1 and What's New with TSM System p Environments Trends POWER Product Overview Console (R: Mon 11:45) (R: Wed 14:30) V5. 5 in AIX (R: Thu 11:45) (R: Wed 16:15) (R: Wed 11:45) (R: Mon 8:30) (R: Fri 08:30) Speaker Name Steve Strutt Dino Quintero Roland Kunz Jay Kruemcke Ian Jarman Shawn Mullen Stefan Gocke Paul Read 15:45 - 16:15 Coffee Break (30 minutes) pAI08 - AIX Security pHA02 - What is New in pVI03 - IBM System p pAI18 - What is New in pSY02 - POWER Systems pST06 - TSM - Designing pSO51 - Introducing Data Expert Overview and 16:15 - 17:30 HACMP 5.4 and 5.4.1 Virtualization and AIX Trends and Directions and Optimizing a TSM Studio Customization (R: Wed 08:30) Clustering Best Practices (R: Mon 14:30) (R: Mon 10:15) Solution (R: Fri 10:15) (R: Wed 16:15) Speaker Name Bernhard Buehler Dino Quintero Jay Kruemcke Michael Middleton Shawn Mullen Stefan Gocke Paul Read 17:30-18:30 HAPPY HOUR in Solution Center Albaicin 3 (85) Albaicin 4 (85) Venice (120) - demo Milan (150) Cannes (100) St-Petersburg (80) Stockholm (50) Valencia (40) lab Athens (40) lab pAI51 - Workload pSO05 - DB2 on Power - pVI23 - Deployment pHP05 - High is New in pHA02 - What Partition Demo 1 - pAI13 - Introduction to pST02 - AIX/System p pAI54 - Working with The ultimate Database for pAI28 - Things That Make Simplification with SPT Performance Computing HACMP 5.4 and 5.4.1 Manage/Create/Start/Stop System Monitoring Architecture to Backup a WPARs, Lab SAP You go 'ooo' in AIX 6.1 and System Plans Strategy and Trends (R: Tue 16:15) /Migrate R: Mon 14:30) 60 TB DB2 database (R: Thu 14:30) (R: Mon 14:30) (R: Thu 8:30) (R: Mon 11:45) (R: Mon 11:45) Thomas Aiche Bernhard Buehler Thierry Fauck Grover Davidson Peter Nutt Morten Vagmo Jean-Philippe Durney Dino Quintero Francois Martin Coffee Break (30 minutes) pSO02 - POWER pHA09 - Capacity pAI52 - Workload pTS09 - STG Power Systems Value for Your BackUp (CBU) - Partition Demo 2 - pAI14 - Planning for pAI27 - Migrating to AIX pVI06 - 60TB SAP PoC, pHP03 - The New IBM pVI50 - AIX 6 Workload Systems Services and A SAP Application Concepts and Backup/Clone/Performan System Recovery 6.1 Key of success : System Blue Gene/P® Solution Partitions Manager Lab Day in the Life Environment Implementation ce/Control (R: Mon 16:15) (R: Fri 11:45) p CPU Virtualization (R: Mon 14:30) (R: Thu 16:15) (R: Thu 10:15) (R: Thu 11:45) (R: Thu 14:30) (R: Mon 14:30) Eric Cicchiello Maria-Katharina Esser Thierry Fauck Grover Davidson Peter Nutt Amanda Stockley, Maria Jean-Philippe Durney Dino Quintero Thierry Huche McDade Break (15 minutes) pVI53 - IBM Director and pVI07 - Virtualization Best pSO13 - Oracle Portfolio pAI21 - AIX 6.1 pTS07 - eConfig pHP06 - Getting Best Virtualization Manager for pAI15 - Understanding Practices – Setup and pST04 - Power to Tape pAI55 - Migrating to AIX on IBM Power Performance Differences Masterclass for System p Performance Out of Your POWER memory usage with Management (R: Fri 10:15) 6.1 Lab (R: Mon 16:15) (R: Thu 08:30) (R: Thu 11:45) POWER HPC system (R: Tue 14:30) SVMON (R: Fri 10:15) Didier Wociejchowski (Oracle), Bret Olszewski Roland Kunz Grover Davidson Morten Vagmo Simon Marchese Christian Bosman Eric Michel Peter Nutt Christophe Menichetti (IBM) Lunch (w/ Solution Center Open) Room: Pavillon 2 iSO54 - XSM & Server pSY11 - Performance pTS01 - Implementing pTS05 - Connecting with pSO14 - Oracle/AIX pAI07 - New Security in pHP08 - Deploying IBM pVI19 - VIOS & IVM Consolidation Remote Complexity - How to Oracle 11g RAC on IBM IBM Around Telco pAI56 - Things that make Performance and Tuning Virtualized AIX 6.1 DCS9550 Storage in Update plus Roadmap demonstration Capture, Analyse and System p Solutions you go 'ooo' in AIX 6.1 (R: Fri 08:30) (R: Tue 14:30) GPFS Environments (R: Thu 10:15) Tune? (R: Thu 14:30) (R: Mon 14:30) Sebastien Chabrolles (IBM), Frederic Michiara (Oracle) & Nigel Griffiths Jordan Medvesek Shawn Mullen Jean-Armand Broyelle Didier Petitprez Michael Hennecke Peter Nutt Fabienne Lepetit (Oracle) Michel Passet (IBM) Coffee Break (30 minutes) pSO07 - Informix v11 pAI08 - AIX Security pSY17 - System p pST01 - Advanced pTS04 - Power Systems pAI57 - Configuring the Features for High pHA07 - Oracle HA & DR iSM53 - HMC Version 7 Expert Overview and Clustering Strategy and Filesystems with IBM Banking Center and Core pHP09 - POWER6 Code Security Features of AIX Availability &Workload Solutions on System p for System I - Demo Customization Trends GPFS v3.2 for Banking Solutions Optimization Techniques 6.1 Lab Mgmt (R: Thu 10:15) (R: Thu 11:45) (R: Tue 16:15) (R: Tue 14:30) Commercial Use (R: Mon 16:15) (R: Thu 08:30) (R: Thu 16:15) pSO10 - Introducing pVI02 - Partition pSY01 - System p pVI23 - Deployment pAI57 - Configuring the pAI21 - AIX 6.1 pVI01 - Ganglia for pAI17 - AIX Workload pHA03 - Disaster Management Edition for Migration, ITM & Active competition from HP, Sun Simplification with SPT Security Features of AIX Performance Differences Monitoring Systems & Partitions for ISVs and Recovery Solutions Using AIX Energy Manager in Action and Fujitsu-Siemens and System Plans 6.1 Lab (R: Wed 11:45) POWER5/6 LPARs Developers HACMP and HACMP/XD (R: Fri 08:30) (R: Thu 14:30) (R: Mon 11:45) (R: Wed 08:30) (R: Wed 16:15) Divyesh Vaidya Bret Olszewski Andy Thomas Michael Perzl Henrik Wilken Jay Kruemcke Rita Ceresi Morten Vagmo Ted Sullivan Coffee Break (30 minuets) pSO11 - Tivoli pVI05 - Software iSO54 - XSM & Server pTS09 - STG Power pVI13 - Performance pSY05 - Energy Efficiency pVI24 - Linux on POWER pHA07 - Oracle HA & DR pVI51 - Implementing Performance & Capacity Licensing Issues in a Consolidation Remote Systems Services and A Measuring Tools for on POWER6 Based and PowerVM Lx86 Solutions on System p Partition Mobility Management of System p Virtualized Environment Demonstration Day in the Life PowerVM Systems (R: Mon 16:15) (R: Wed 16:15) (R: Fri 08:30) (R: Fri 10:15) (R: Fri 08:30) (R: Wed 14:30) (R: Wed 10:15) Divyesh Vaidya Jay Kruemcke Jordan Medvesek Bret Olszewski Carlo Costantini Nigel Griffiths Marc Bouzigues Amanda Stockley, Maria Karim Haffad, Tyrone Dechalus McDade Break (15 minuets) pSO02 - POWER pAI20 - Implementing pSO12 - Tivoli pHA08 - System p HA pST51 - GPFS Systems Value for Your iSM53 - HMC Version 7 pTS07 - eConfig pVI25 - Linux in a Dual pAI09 - Meet the Advanced Accounting - A Provisioning of Virtualised Methodology and Implementation in an AIX SAP Application for System I - Demo Masterclass for System p VIOS environment Developers Open Forum Practical Approach System p Environments Approach From the Environment Environment (R: Wed 16:15) (R: Wed 11:45) (R: Fri 11:45) (R: Tue 14:30) HACoC Center (R: Fri 10:15) (R: Wed 10:15) Eric Cicchiello Michael Perzl Ron Lundgren Susan Schreitmueller Roland Kunz Steve Strutt Marc Bouzigues Simon Marchese Karim Haffad, Tyrone Dechalus Lunch Room: Pavillon 2 pHA09 - Capacity pSO06 - Pushing DB2 pAI22 - AIX WPARS pVI02 - Partition pTS10 - Linux Technical pTS01 - Implementing pAI29 - Care and Feeding BackUp (CBU) - pAI54 - Working with Performance at IBM DS Performance Concepts Migration, ITM & Active pVI19 - VIOS & IVM Certifications Overview Oracle 11g RAC on IBM of AIX Concepts and WPARs, Lab Competency Centre and Best Practices Energy Manager in Action Update plus Roadmap (R: Mon 14:30) System p (R: Fri 11:45) Implementation (R: Wed 14:30) (R: Mon 11:45) (R: Fri 08:30) (R: Thu 08:30) (R: Thu 16:15) (R: Wed 14:30) (R: Wed 10:15) Frederic Michiara (Oracle) & Amr Roushdi Bret Olszewski Andy Thomas Nigel Griffiths Peter Nutt Wouter Liefting Maria-Katharina Esser Francois Martin Michel Passet (IBM) Coffee Break (30 minuets) pSO07 - Informix v11 pTS10 - Linux Technical Features for High pVI12 - AIX and PowerVM pAI24 - nmon 12 for pAI19 - Open Source pHP11- How to tame pVI50 - AIX 6 Workload pAI06 - New Automated Certifications Overview Availability &Workload Performance Best AIX6/POWER6 Software and AIX applications on multiple Partitions Manager Lab Tools for Easy IT (R: Mon 14:30) Mgmt Practices (R: Fri 08:30) (R: Fri 10:15) multi-cores (R:Fri 11:45) (R: Wed 10:15) Compliance (R: Thu 14:30) (R: Wed 16:15) (R: Fri 10:15) Jose Manuel Ruiz Gallud Bret Olszewski Nigel Griffiths Nigel Griffiths Michael Perzl Shawn Mullen Dr Christoph Pospiech Wouter Liefting Thierry Huche pVI09 - Hacking the pVI05 - Software pSO10 - Introducing pSO50 - Introducing Data pSO14 - Oracle/AIX pAI24 - nmon 12 for pAI19 - Open Source pVI51 - Implementing Connected World and Licensing Issues in a Management Edition for Studio Administration Performance and Tuning AIX6/POWER6 Software and AIX Partition Mobility Security Virtualized Environment AIX Console (R: Wed 14:30) (R: Thu 14:30) (R: Thu 16:15) (R: Thu 10:15) Countermeasures (R: Thu 10:15) (R: Thu 08:30) (R: Tue 14:30) Sebastien Chabrolles (IBM), Shawn Mullen Nigel Griffiths Michael Perzl Jay Kruemcke Divyesh Vaidya Paul Read Karim Haffad, Tyrone Dechalus Fabienne Lepetit (Oracle) Coffee Break (30 minutes) pAI22 - AIX WPARS pVI07 - Virtualization Best pSO11 - Tivoli pST51 - GPFS pAI26 - Decimal Floating Performance Concepts pSO51 - Introducing Data pST04 - Power to Tape pAI06 - New Automated Practices – Setup and Performance & Capacity Implementation in an AIX Point, ProbeVue and and Best Practices Studio (R: Wed 11:45) Tools for Easy IT Management Management of System p Environment Memory Keys (R: Tue 10:15) Compliance (R: Wed 11:45) (R: Thu 10:15) (R: Thu 11:45) (R: Thu 14:30) (R: Thu 16:15) Christian Bosman Shawn Mullen Nigel Griffith Bret Olszewski Morten Vagmo Divyesh Vaidya Paul Read Karim Haffad, Tyrone Dechalus Break (15 minutes) pAI20 - Implementing pAI27 - Migrating to AIX pAI29 - Care and Feeding pHP11- How to tame Advanced Accounting - A 6.1 of AIX applications on multiple Practical Approach (R: Wed 10:15) (R: Thu 14:30) multi-cores (R:Fri 11:45) (R: Thu 11:45) Peter Nutt Susan Schreitmueller Roland Kunz Dr Christoph Pospiech