PowerVM and Management Edition for AIX

Erin Burke Virtualization Offering Manager IBM Power Systems

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Agenda
PowerVM™ Launch PowerVM Edition Enhancements (formerly APV)
– PowerVM Express Edition – PowerVM Lx86 support (formerly System p™ AVE)

Management Edition for AIX®

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Virtualization Opportunity
Virtualization Revenue $1.8B by 2010*
Revenue (US$B)

Virtualization Vendors Oracle VMWare Sun SWSoft Citrix VirtualLogic Virtual Iron HP

$2.0 $1.5 $1.0 $0.5 $0.0

Worldwide Virtual Machine Software Revenue by Year

Microsoft®
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Power™ Systems launches IBM PowerVM Power™ Systems launches IBM PowerVM
Unifies Power Systems Virtualization Technologies Consistent naming with other IBM products (i.e. z/VM®) Generates awareness of IBM’s Leadership Virtualization Technologies
Source: IDC Market Analysis “Worldwide Virtual Machine Software 2006-2010 Forecast”, IDC #203213, September 2006

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PowerVM

The ENERGY of SIX: the leading virtualization platform for UNIX®, Linux® and i5/OS® customers

Unify virtualization branding & technology for AIX, Linux and i5/OS Exploit 40 years of IBM virtualization leadership Position as scalable, mission-critical alternative to VMWare

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IBM’s History of Virtualization Leadership
A 40 year tradition culminates with PowerVM

1967
IBM develops hypervisor that would become VM on the mainframe

1973
IBM announces first machines to do physical partitioning

1987
IBM announces LPAR on the mainframe

1999
IBM announces LPAR on POWER™

2004
IBM intro’s POWER Hypervisor ™ for System p and System i™

2007

2008
IBM announces PowerVM

IBM announces POWER6™, the first UNIX servers with Live Partition Mobility

“[PowerVM] ensures that we are making the best possible use of hardware resources across our entire environment.”

August 2007

- T N Rangarajan, VP of IT, Brakes India

client quote source: Brakes India case study published at http://www.ibm.com/software/success/cssdb.nsf/CS/STRD-76DHWE?OpenDocument&Site=eserverpseries&cty=en_us

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What is PowerVM?
Hardware and software that delivers industry-leading virtualization on IBM POWER processor-based processors for UNIX, Linux and i5/OS customers
PowerVM Editions feature Micro-Partitioning™ Virtual I/O Server Micro-Partitioning Subsystems Integrated Virtualization Manager Live Partition Mobility Lx86 (formerly System p AVE)

Workload Partitions Live Application Mobility

Logical Partitioning PowerVM is the new umbrella branding term for Power Systems Virtualization (Logical Partitioning, Micro-Partitioning, POWER Hypervisor, Virtual I/O Server, etc.)
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PowerVM Naming

NOT EXHAUSTIVE

PowerVM = Power Systems Virtualization. PowerVM Editions = APV

Before Power Systems Virtualization Advanced POWER Virtualization (APV)

After PowerVM PowerVM Editions PowerVM Express Edition

APV Standard Edition APV Enterprise Edition System p Application Virtual Environment (p AVE) Live Partition Mobility AIX 6 Workload Partitions Manager™ AIX 6 Workload Partitions

PowerVM Standard Edition PowerVM Enterprise Edition PowerVM Lx86 PowerVM Live Partition Mobility PowerVM AIX 6 Workload Partitions Manager PowerVM AIX 6 Workload Partitions

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Announcing IBM PowerVM
The leading virtualization platform for UNIX, Linux and i5/OS clients

Go Green & Save
Potentially cut energy costs by up to 65%1 through server consolidation

Manage Growth, Complexity & Risk
Reduce server sprawl and administration costs while improving availability and application performance2

Realize Innovation
Potentially reduce operational costs by up to 72%3 and put your savings into new business opportunities
[1] Based on IBM Study. The virtualized system count and energy savings were derived from several factors: A performance factor of 2.79X was applied to the virtualization scenario based on SPEC® results source: www.spec.org. System p 570 (16-core, 8 chips, 2 cores per chip, 4.7 GHz) SPECint_rate2006: 466, as of 8/20/2007; HP Integrity rx7640 (16-core, 8 chips, 2 chips per core, 1.6 GHz) SPECint_rate2006: 167 as of 8/20/2007. A virtualization factor of 3X was applied to the virtualization scenario using utilizations derived from studies conducted by Alinean available at http://www-935.ibm.com/services/us/cio/optimize/opt_wp_ibm_systemp.pdf. A factor of 2X was used to represent the ability to install two 16-core System p 570 systems in a single rack. Power consumption figures of 5600 W for the IBM System p570 and 2128 W for the HP rx7640 were based on the maximum rates published by IBM and HP, respectively. The HP document with the rx7640 power requirement is “QuickSpecs HP Integrity rx7640 Server” dated August, 2007. I t can be found at http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/12470_div/12470_div.pdf. Air conditioning power requirement estimated at 50% of system power requirement. Energy cost of $.0928 per kWh is based on 2007 YTD US Average Retail price to commercial customers per US DOE at http://www.eia.doe.gov/cneaf/electricity/epm/table5_6_b.html as of 8/20/2007. Datacenter floor space cost was estimated as of 8/20/2007 based on Alinean, Inc.’s ROI Analyst software. The reduction in floor space, power, cooling and software costs depends on the specific customer, environment, application requirements, and the consolidation potential. Actual numbers of virtualized systems supported will depend on workload levels for each replaced system.[2] Numerous case studies for clients who have achieved these results are available at http://www.ibm.com/software/success/cssdb.nsf/advancedsearchVW?SearchView&Query=(Virtualization)+AND +[WebSiteProfileListTX]=eserverpseries&site=eserverpseries&frompage=ts&Start=1&Count=30&cty=en_us [3] “Impact of IBM System p Server Virtualization,” Transforming the IT Value Equation with POWER6 Architecture. International Technology Group, 05/2007. Study methodology: Companies in financial services, manufacturing and retail with $15 Billion+ revenues focusing on UNIX® large enterprise environments with multiple, broad-ranging applications. Study compared the cost of the company's workloads running on multiple vendor servers and employing minimal virtualization to the cost of the company's workloads running on System p 570 (POWER6 processor-based) as well as POWER5+ processor-based servers - all using Advanced POWER Virtualization [APV]. APV is standard on System p5 590 and 595. Other System p servers have the option to add APV except the System p5 185. This cost analysis was performed for financial services, manufacturing and retail example environments with an overall average savings of up to 72% in TCO savings by virtualizing and consolidating on the System p servers. Total Cost of Ownership may not be reduced in each consolidation case. TCO depends on the specific client environment, the existing environments and staff, and the consolidation potential.

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PowerVM Editions
Delivering Advanced Virtualization for UNIX, Linux and i5/OS clients
What’s New?
Express Servers Supported Maximum LPARs Management Virtual I/O Server Lx86 Shared Dedicated Capacity (POWER6 & JS22) Multiple Shared Processor Pools Live Partition Mobility
Multiple Shared Processor Pools are supported by POWER6 and HMC managed environments Live Partition Mobility works with AIX V5.3 and above and Linux on POWER * POWER6 processor-based servers only

PowerVM Editions
Standard JS21, JS22, System p, System i 10 / Core IVM, HMC Enterprise JS22 System i*, System p* 10 / Core IVM, HMC

Try out virtualization with the low-cost PowerVM Express Edition Run x86 Linux applications on POWER with Lx86 VIOS support for i5/OS V6R1

p520, p550 3 / Server IVM

System i*, System p*

System i*, System p*

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PowerVM Express Edition
Create up to three partitions on the IBM p520 or p550 Run x86 Linux applications on POWER Easily partition and dynamically move resources with the click of a button Point and click upgrade to PowerVM Standard or Enterprise Edition

NEW! NEW!

Try out PowerVM for only $40 / Core!*

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PowerVM Lx86
Run x86 Linux applications on Power Systems

Run most existing 32-bit x86 Linux applications1 with no application changes Included with the purchase of PowerVM Editions
x86 Linux Applications Dynamic binary translation Operating system call mapping

Linux on POWER

(1) PowerVM Lx86 (formerly System p Application Virtual Environment or System p AVE) runs most x86 Linux applications, but System p AVE cannot run applications that: Directly access hardware (for example, 3D graphics adapters); Require nonstandard kernel module access or use kernel modules not provided by the Linux on POWER operating system distribution; Do not use only the Intel IA-32 instruction set architecture as defined by the 1997 Intel Architecture Software Developer's Manual consisting of Basic Architecture (Order Number 243190), Instruction Set Reference Manual (Order Number 243191) and the System Programming Guide (Order Number 243192) ll dated 1997; Are Linux/x86 specific system administration or configuration tools; Require x86 real-mode. Visit ibm.com/systems/p/linux/qual.html for detailed qualifications.

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Upgrade Paths for PowerVM Editions
Painless upgrades with the click of a button

PowerVM Express Edition

Upgrade Pricing Special bid upgrade for license and SWMA (delta in prices) Clean license upgrade in plan for April*

PowerVM Standard Edition Upgrade Installation PowerVM Enterprise Edition No disruption to environment No software to install Enter Hypervisor key to unlock function
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Sales Enablement Offerings
New tools designed to help you sell

Deliverable
PowerVM Book of 100 Customer References PowerVM TCO Tool (Alinean)

Content
Looking for virtualization customer references? Check them all out in one .pdf Simple, Web-based client ROI Power Systems virtualization tool. Will be posted on external Web site Highlights competitive advantages of PowerVM

Competitive Sales Presentation

Coming soon on System Sales and PartnerInfo!
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Management Edition for AIX

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Why Management Edition for AIX?
A bundled solution to address exploding systems management costs
Spending (US$B) Spending (US$B) Installed Base (M Units)

$300 $250 $200 $150 $100 $50 $0

50

Power and cooling costs x8 Server mgmt and admin costs x4 New server spending

45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0

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19 96 19 97 19 98 19 99 20 00 20 01 20 02 20 03 20 04 20 05 20 06 20 07 20 08 20 09 20 10
Source: IDC, Virtualization 2.0: The Next Phase in Customer Adoption, Doc #204904, Dec 2006

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What is Management Edition for AIX?
A single integrated systems management interface for discovery, monitoring, and usage accounting
Tivoli® Application Dependency Discovery Manager
Discovers the System p COMPONENTS in a Data Center Environment CENTRALIZES and VISUALIZES the CONFIGURATION of the components Discovers the RELATIONSHIP of the System p components DISCOVERS AND TRACKS THE Configuration CHANGES

IBM Tivoli Monitoring
MONITORS the HEALTH and AVAILABILITY of the System p virtualized environment
– support for CECs, LPARs, VIOS and HMCs

Tivoli Enterprise Portal

Historical DATA COLLECTION for improved TROUBLESHOOTING, capacity planning & service level reporting Out-of-the-box REPORTING provides the ability to identify resource BOTTLENECKS

IBM Usage and Accounting Mgr
- Virtualization Edition for System p Provides the ability to MEASURE, ANALYZE and REPORT system UTILIZATION on System p virtualized servers Helps gather the data needed to determine the cost of an IT service or application Helps to justify IT resource and expenses
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How do I Sell Management Edition for AIX?
It’s a PID in AAS. Yes, it counts towards your quota
New System p PID (5765-AME) created and sold by System p rep/BP via AAS
GAs on February 29 with support for AIX V5.3.7 SOD issued for support of AIX V6.1 by 5/29 Priced on a “per processor” basis Includes one year no-charge SWMA

System p rep/BP gets sales commission credit for shipments on new servers
Only System p rep/BP can sell ME for AIX on new server shipments System p install base is available to the Tivoli sales rep/BP

Tivoli Sales Support
Key Contacts
WW Tivoli Sales Enablement WW Tivoli Technical Sales Enablement WW Tivoli System p Relationship Mgr Peter Greulich/Austin/IBM Scott Drummond/San Jose/IBM Bill Casey/Austin/IBM

Sales / Marketing Tools
ME for AIX Best Practices “Red Paper” – available by 2/29 ME for AIX Client Presentation – available on 1/29 ME for AIX Demo – available by 2/29 ME for AIX Webcast – available by 2/7 ME for AIX Quick Start Service Offering – available by 2/29

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ME for AIX Service Offering
Clients new to Tivoli? Consider a service offering
Offering Name Description IBM QuickStart Services for Management Edition for AIX This Services Offering will help you achieve your System p management objectives quickly, understand IBM ME for AIX and realize rapid time to value by deploying the product in a preproduction environment. This proven approach, using best practices, is a jump start for your staff to gain the skills needed to move to the next phase of deployment.
• Basic limited ITM 6.2 environment with base O/S monitoring for System p servers • Discover components with an lTADDM Domain Server • Collect and process AIX usage and accounting information with ITUAM

Duration Offerings Collateral

10 days Marketing Flyer SOW Template Perform Guide For information regarding purchase of Tivoli Services, please contact your regional representative: http://www-306.ibm.com/software/tivoli/services/consulting/contacts.html For information regarding Tivoli Services offerings, please contact: Urs Schwarzenbach Services Offerings on external website: http://www.ibm.com/software/tivoli/services/consulting Education Offerings on external website: http://www.ibm.com/software/tivoli/education

Sales Contacts

Offerings Contact Additional Resources

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Summary
PowerVM is the new umbrella name for Power Systems Virtualization. It includes elements such as micropartitioning, logical partitioning, Virtual I/O, hypervisor, etc. PowerVM Editions is the new name for Advanced POWER Virtualization PowerVM Lx86 is the new name for System p AVE. It is included with all versions of PowerVM Editions PowerVM Express Edition is a starter version of PowerVM that includes support for up to three partitions per server and shared I/O. It is available on p520 and p550 Management Edition for AIX is a bundled Tivoli offering available in AAS and customized for management of IBM System p

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