Introducing AIX Version 6.

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AIX® and System p™ Market Position
40%

Unix Rolling 4 Qtr Avg Share - Revenue
35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5%
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AIX:
IBM HP Sun

- Number 1 UNIX® by revenue since 2005 - Five years of revenue growth

A IX V 5 .3 A p p lic a tio n s
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Choice of more than 8,000** applications on AIX from over 3,000 independent software vendors!

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*Rolling 4 quarter market share based on IDC Worldwide Quarterly Server Tracker, Apr 07 2 **Source: PWIN Enrollments © 2007 IBM Corporation

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Why AIX is the Premier UNIX Platform Today
Innovation though Integrated Development

Outstanding Performance

Improved Efficiency through Virtualization

Strong, Stable Roadmap
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AIX 6: The Next Step in the Evolution of the UNIX OS
Virtualization
Workload Partitions Application Mobility Workload Partitions Manager™ LPAR Enhancements

Security
Role Based Access Control Trusted AIX Encrypting Filesystem Secure by Default

Roadmap to Continuous Availability
Concurrent AIX Updates Kernel Memory Protection keys Dynamic Tracing

Manageability
System Director for AIX WPAR manageability Integrated Filesystem Snapshot Graphical Install
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Introducing AIX 6
AIX 6 is binary compatible* with AIX 5L™ It is named to reflect unity with POWER6™

The POWER of SIX – AIX 6 and POWER6
• Workload Partitions AIX 6 • Live Application Mobility • Live Partition Mobility • Storage Keys • Hardware Decimal Floating-Point • Dynamic Variable Page Size
IBM System p Innovation and Advanced POWER™ Virtualization Provide Unique Features for ISV and Client Exploitation

POWER 6

*Complete details on AIX binary compatibility can be found at http://www.ibm.com/servers/aix/os/compatibility/ Live Partition Mobility requires the purchase of the optional APV Enterprise Edition.
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Planned Smooth Upgrade to AIX 6
AIX 6 is binary compatible with AIX 5L
–Current applications will continue to run –Runs on POWER4™, POWER5™, POWER6 systems –Open beta provided early access to AIX 6 –AIX 6 Binary Compatibility Guarantee

No charge upgrade for current AIX 5L clients with SWMA
–No additional out of pocket expense for clients

Upgrade process
–Tools like alt disk installation and NIM minimize client risk
*Complete details on AIX binary compatibility can be found at http://www.ibm.com/servers/aix/os/compatibility/
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AIX Binary Compatibility Guarantee

*Complete details on AIX binary compatibility can be found at http://www.ibm.com/servers/aix/os/compatibility/
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How Should You Evaluate Technology?
Maximize return on your IT investments
Systems that address energy efficiencies Consolidation and virtualization technologies across systems Tiered storage offerings to match investment with information value

Improve responsiveness of systems & people
Flexible systems that work with what you have today . . . and scale as you need them Integrated systems management across platforms Business resiliency, availability and security across the environment

Drive innovation with technology advancements
Performance you can count on Systems that address cost of acquisition, operations and technology transition Advancements in technology at all levels to support innovation

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Manage Growth, Complexity & Risk

Realize Innovation

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How Can AIX V6.1 Help?
By providing technology for business advantage
Maximize return on your IT investments Go Green & Save Improve responsiveness of systems & people Manage Growth, Complexity & Risk Drive innovation with technology advancements Realize Innovation

Workload Partitions Live Application Mobility Live Partition Mobility Workload Partitions Manager for AIX

Workload Partitions AIX Security Expert Role Based Access Control Encrypting Filesystem Binary Compatibility Guarantee*

Workload Partitions Live Application Mobility AIX Concurrent Updates Near-continuous Availability Features
*Terms and conditions apply. See ibm.com/systems/p/os/aix/compatibility
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AIX V6.1 Workload Partitions (WPAR)
How it can help?
Go Green & Save
Can make it easier to consolidate workloads from underutilized servers

What is it?
Virtualized AIX operating system environments within a single AIX image Each WPAR shares the single AIX operating system
Workload Partition

AIX
global Instance

Manage Growth, Complexity & Risk
Can reduce cost and complexity by reducing the number of AIX OS instances to manage Can provide increased flexibility by allowing administrators to quickly create, clone or delete Workload Partitions Can improve administrative efficiency by providing for delegated root users for each WPAR Supports POWER4, POWER5 and POWER6 based systems

Application Server
Workload Partition Workload Partition

Workload Partition

Billing

Applications and users inside a WPAR cannot affect resources outside the WPAR Each WPAR can have a regulated share of processor, memory and other resources Two types of WPAR

Test
Workload Partition

Web Server

BI

Disk or NFS storage

Networks

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Realize Innovation
Provides new ways to manage your IT infrastructure Allows consolidation on a scale not previously practical
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System WPARs have separate security and appear like a completely separate OS Application WPARs are manageability wrappers around a single application

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IBM System p Virtualization Continuum
AIX Workload Partitions complement Logical Partitions

Resource Flexibility

LPAR/ MicroPartitions
AIX V5.3 on POWER5 or later

Workload Partitions
AIX 6 on POWER4 or later

AIX Workload Manager
AIX V4.3.3 on POWER3™ or later

Workload Isolation
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AIX Workload Partitions Can Be Used in LPARs
Dedicated Processor LPAR Finance Dedicated Processor LPAR Planning

Micropartition Processor Pool
LPAR LPAR Americas LPAR Asia LPAR EMEA

WPAR #1 Business Intelligence

WPAR #1 MFG

WPAR #1 eMail

VIO Server
WPAR #2 Planning

WPAR #2 Test WPAR #3 Billing

POWER Hypervisor POWER Hypervisor

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WPAR Shared Applications Enables Administrative Efficiency
Application installed in Global instance and used by multiple WPARs
Global FS

Global filesystems
/ /etc /usr application code /opt application code (or here) /var /tmp /appserver application code (or here)
/ /etc /usr /opt /var /tmp /appsvr

AIX
global Instance

WPAR FS App Server 1
/ /etc /var /tmp /config

Workload Partition

App Server #1
Workload Partition

Workload Partition

Billing

System WPAR filesystems
/ r/w - unique per WPAR /etc r/w - unique per WPAR /usr r/o from global (typically) /opt r/o from global (typically) /var r/w - unique per WPAR /tmp r/w - unique per WPAR /appserver r/o from global /config r/w uniq per WPAR (example)

WPAR FS App Server 1
/ /etc /var /tmp /config

App Server #2

Workload Partition

Workload Partition

BI

Web Server

NFS
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AIX V6.1 Live Application Mobility
How it can help?
Go Green & Save
Can make it easier to consolidate workloads from underutilized servers
AIX # 1 AIX # 2

What is it?
The capability to relocate a running Workload Partition from one system to another without restarting the application
Workload Partition QA
Workload Partition Billing

Manage Growth, Complexity & Risk
Can provide increased flexibility to manage workloads by easily moving the workload to another system Facilitates increased reliability by allowing workloads to be moved away during planned outages Automated, policy based relocation can reduce administrative workload Supports POWER4, POWER5 and POWER6 based systems

Workload Partition App Server
Workload Partition Dev

Workload Partition e-mail

Workload Partition Web

Workload Partition Data Mining

The application running inside the WPAR resumes running after the relocation is complete Works with systems based on POWER4, POWER5 and POWER6 processors Requires the IBM Workload Partitions Manager for AIX Manual or automatic, policy based relocation

Workload Partitions Manager for AIX

Policy

Shared NFS Storage

Realize Innovation
Provides new ways to manage availability and workload of your IT infrastructure without significantly impacting end users

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Live Partition Mobility
How it can help?
Go Green & Save
Can make it easier to consolidate workloads from underutilized servers by facilitating the transfer of workloads with almost no end user impact

What is it?
A POWER6 feature that allows an entire Logical Partition (LPAR) to be relocated from one system to another with almost no impact to the end user The end user effect is a single delay of two seconds when the relocation is completed Supported by AIX V6.1, AIX V5.3 and Linux® Live Partition Mobility requires that all I/O be virtualized through the Virtual I/O server at the time of the relocation

Movement to a different server with no loss of service

Manage Growth, Complexity & Risk
Can provide increased flexibility to manage workloads by easily moving the workload to another system Facilitates increased reliability by allowing workloads to be moved away during planned outages
Virtualized SAN and Network Infrastructure Virtualized SAN and Network Infrastructure

Realize Innovation
Live Partition Mobility can provide for a much more flexible and responsive IT infrastructure by reducing the cost and risk of rebalancing workloads

Live Partition Mobility requires the purchase of the optional APV Enterprise Edition.
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AIX V6.1 Role Based Access Control (RBAC)
How it can help?
Go Green & Save
Users Roles
DBA

What is it?
AIX Resources

A new capability of AIX V6.1 that allows privileged administration tasks to be delegated to non-privileged users Access to system resources are associated with roles that are assigned to non-privileged users Many roles are predefined which can reduce the effort of implementing RBAC Roles can also be associated with programs

Manage Growth, Complexity & Risk
Can reduce the cost and complexity of security administration by allowing secure delegation of administrative tasks to non-privileged users

PRINT

BACKUP

Enables a more secure IT infrastructure by reducing the need for so many privileged administrators Assigning roles to programs can reduce the need for security exposures such as the use of setuid for programs

Realize Innovation
Allows for new ways to delegate administration duties between system administrators and nonadministrative users
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AIX V6.1 Security Expert
How it can help?
Go Green & Save

What is it?
A centralized security management tool that can control over 300 security settings from a single console Administrators can start from a “Low”, “Medium”, “High” or “Sarbanes-Oxley” security template and customize settings to met business requirements Security settings can be exported and imported as a security profile to multiple systems On AIX V6.1, security profiles can be stored in an LDAP directory for ease of distribution AIX Security Expert was first included in AIX V5.3 TL5
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Manage Growth, Complexity & Risk
Can reduce the cost and complexity of security administration by allowing federated management of security profiles across multiple servers Enables a more secure IT infrastructure by reducing the effort of maintaining system security “Check” functionality can provide additional security by validating that the security profile for each system matches the actual security settings

Realize Innovation
Allows for new ways to efficiently manage security across multiple AIX systems

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AIX V6.1 Encrypting Filesystem
How it can help?
Go Green & Save
Login Authentication Module
CLiC Crypto Lib User and Group Key Stores Key Store Mgt Cmds BOS Cmds Backup/Restore Cp, mv, crfs, etc

What is it?
The capability to automatically encrypt data in a JFS2 filesystem Data can be protected from access by privileged users Backup in encrypted or clear formats Automated key management key store open on login, integrated into AIX security authentication Each file encrypted with a unique key

Manage Growth, Complexity & Risk
Enables improved security by reducing unauthorized access to data, even by privileged users Secure backups reduces the exposure of data compromised when backup media is taken outside of secure facilities Automatic management of protection keys can reduce the administrative effort of using encrypted data

Data in clear in memory.
Crypto Kernext Kernel ucred open key store

VMM J2 Filesystem

Always encrypted on disk

Realize Innovation
Provides the capability for additional security for applications that may have security design exposures
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No keys stored in clear in kernel memory A variety of AES, and RSA cryptography keys supported
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AIX AND System p Security Certifications Plans*
AIX 5200-06 CAPP/EAL4+
Application: 01/11/05 Final report: 10/26/05 Certificate: 12/14/05

AIX 5L 5200-05 and Pitbull LSPP/EAL4+
Application :01/11/05 Certificate issued: 05/16/06

AIX 6100-00) CAPP/RBACPP/LSPP/EAL4+
MLS capabilities integrated into standard AIX product One certification for 3 Protection Profiles Supports POWER6, POWER5, POWER4

AIX 5300-05 LSPP/EAL4+ Pitbull MLS Ported to AIX 5300-03
Pitbull product available to customers Dec 31, 05 Pitbull product Supports P5, P4 Certificate issued: 12/19/06

Certification History
AIX 4.2 C2: Apr 24, 1997 AIX 4.3 C2: May 6, 19987 AIX 5.2 CAPP/EAL4+ : Nov 4, 2002 POWER4 HW CAPP/EAL4+ : Apr 2003 AIX 5.2 ML1 CAPP/EAL4+ : Sept 8, 2003 AIX 5.2 ML6 CAPP/EAL4+ : Dec 14, 2005 AIX 5.2 ML5 and Pitbull LSPP: May 16, 2006 AIX 5.3 TL5 and Pitbull LSPP: May 16, 2006 AIX 5.2 TL4 & VIOS CAPP/EAL4+: Dec 16, 2006

AIX 5300-04 CAPP/EAL4+
Supports P5, P4 Certificate issued: 12/19/06

POWER6 Hardware EAL4
Dynamic LPAR with MicroPartitioning

VIOS EAL4+
Included with AIX 53.00-04 CAPP/EAL4+

Legend

AIX V5.2 AIX V5.3 AIX V6.1 (Planned) VIOS POWER6 (Proposed)

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AIX V6.1 Non-intrusive Reliability Features
How it can help?
Go Green & Save

What is it?
A number of new reliability, availability and serviceability features that are designed to improve system and application reliability New features include: Live Dump Firmware Assisted Dump Enhanced first failure data capture (FFDC) for AIX Enhanced features: Lightweight malloc debug Lightweight memory trace Consistency checkers Component trace

Manage Growth, Complexity & Risk
Designed to increase availability by reducing problem determination time and effort Can reduce the impact of problems by minimizing the intrusiveness of problem determination compared to traditional methods

Realize Innovation
These new service features provide an infrastructure that can fundamentally change the OS problem determination process for the better

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AIX V6.1 Concurrent Kernel Maintenance
How it can help?
Go Green & Save
vmmove() vmmove() getgidx() sleepx()

What is it?
A new capability to install some kernel fixes without having to reboot Concurrent kernel maintenance can be applied without substantially impacting application or AIX operations Concurrent maintenance can be backed off without an outage Theoretically could be used for about 80% of the single module kernel updates Concurrent maintenance will initially be packaged as Interim Fixes Traditional install and reboot still required for upgrades and some kernel maintenance
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Manage Growth, Complexity & Risk
Can provide for higher application and AIX availability by reducing the number of planned outages to reboot for kernel fixes Enables greater security by reducing the impact of installing some security fixes

Kernel Space User Space

emgr

Concurrent update vmmove() patch

Interim Fix

Realize Innovation
This new capability can change the way administrators handle critical fixes such as security patches

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AIX V6.1 POWER6 Storage Keys
How it can help?
Before POWER6 Storage Keys

What is it?
UNIX Kernel Address Space
AIX Kernel
JFS2 LVM VMM . . .

Go Green & Save

AIX Drivers
SCSI ENT FC

Application Address Space
WS DB2

Kernel Code

User Code User Data

Exploitation of a POWER6 processor hardware feature to provide additional isolation of kernel and application data Storage keys can prevent invalid changes to memory cause by programming errors Application use of POWER6 storage keys is enabled in AIX V5.3 AIX Kernel exploitation of POWER6 storage keys is included in AIX V6.1

Kernel Data

Manage Growth, Complexity & Risk
Can provide for higher AIX availability by reducing the number of unplanned outages due to intermittent memory overlay Enables complex applications that use large amounts of memory to protect core functions from memory overlay

Files

After POWER6 Storage Keys
AIX Kernel Address Space
AIX Kernel
JFS2 LVM VMM . . .

AIX Drivers
SCSI ENT FC

Application Address Space
WS DB2

Kernel Code

User Code User Data

Kernel Data

Files

Realize Innovation
This new capability can reduce the likelihood of an entire class of intermittent application and AIX problems

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AIX V6.1 probevue Dynamic Tracing
How it can help?
Go Green & Save
Some thread hits probe point (1)

What is it?
User
User Process Code Branches to probe code (2)

Kernel

A new capability to dynamically extract information about a program as it is running Trace points can be added or removed dynamically without recompiling or restarting the application Includes a new language, vue, to define the desired action when a probe point is reached Support for C language programs

Probe Location

Manage Growth, Complexity & Risk
Enables the possibility to dramatically reduce the amount of time and effort to debug and tune applications Can reduce the performance impact to the system compared to using traditional tracing methods

Thread continues execution(5)

Probe code Returns to probe point (4)
E-code

(3)

Trace Output
Trace Buffers Trace Consumer

Formatted I/O

or

Trace File

Realize Innovation
Dynamic tracing offers an entirely different way for developers and system administrators to troubleshoot application problems

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AIX V6.1 POWER6 Automatic Variable Page Size
How it can help?
Go Green & Save
Can improve overall system performance which could improve the amount of work done per Watt of energy

What is it?
AIX V6.1 exploitation of a POWER6 feature that supports variable page size AIX will automatically select optimal page size to provide better performance Kernel will choose between 4K and 64K pages, including a mix within a memory region Supports process data, heap, stack, shared memory, anonymous mmap() memory Enabled by default with administrative controls to turn off or change aggressiveness to “upsize”

Manage Growth, Complexity & Risk
Automated page size tuning can reduce the amount of effort and cost associated with managing a key aspect of performance tuning Since this feature is turned “on” by default, it improves your ability to get the most out of your systems based on POWER6 processors

Realize Innovation
This “self tuning” aspect of AIX V6.1 can improve performance while reducing administrative workload

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AIX V6.1 Systems Director Console for AIX
How it can help?
Go Green & Save

What is it?
A new web based management tool that provides easy access to common system administration tasks Administrators can access Systems Management Interface Tool (SMIT) menus from a browser Graphical user interface is fast and consistent with IBM Systems Director look and feel All necessary components for the Console are included in AIX The Distributed Command Execution Manager (DCEM) feature of the Console allows an administrative task to run on multiple systems at once
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Manage Growth, Complexity & Risk
Can reduce the amount of effort and cost associated with managing the AIX OS Web access to administrative tasks can simplify systems management Consistent user interface with IBM Systems Director and the WPAR Manager can reduce retraining and other administrative costs

Realize Innovation
The combination of Web access to administration tools and the ability to execute administrative tasks on multiple systems can change the way you manage the AIX OS

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AIX 6 Traditional and Open Beta
First Open Beta for AIX Some participant comments:
“It was particular exiting to have the opportunity to test new features like WPARs, WPAR manager, Encrypted file system and concurrent update. After participating in the Beta program, we are very confident about this new AIX release and will have no problem with deploying it on our systems.” Bankdata “At Symitar, our credit union clients rely on us for data processing systems that are functional, flexible and reliable. We rely on IBM to provide these same characteristics in AIX. We see AIX 6.1 as an important step in the evolution of this powerful operating system. With growing concern over risk mitigation -- and with no end in sight -- we're especially enthusiastic about the upcoming security enhancements, such as Encrypted File Systems.” – John M. Beal, PD Manager, SYMITAR, A Jack Henry & Associates Company “AIXv6.1 Workload Partitions have proven to be very stable with excellent performance. WPARs enable advanced features such as 'cross-node‘ application mobility which brings a great deal of additional flexibility to AIX users. However, the most striking advantage is the potential reduction in administration costs and complexity.” Groupe Bull
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Strong ISV Support for AIX and POWER6
"We are pleased to see IBM's continued commitment to AIX with the release of Version 6.1. IBM continues to push the UNIX envelope with AIX Version 6 and the new virtualization, security, and availability features provide a robust and flexible platform for Oracle Database and Oracle Applications.“
Stephen Boyle, Oracle Vice President, Global Platform Alliances

“Availability, including minimizing planned outages, is extremely important to our customers and is a core component of the Information Management strategy", said Sal Vella , Vice President of DB2 Development, "We expect that the combination of DB2 9, AIX 6.1, and Live Partition Mobility on System p will be a powerful new capability that demonstrates the deep integration of DB2, AIX and System p technologies. This new support will provide our customers with enhanced availability for mission critical applications on DB2 data servers.“
Sal Vella Vice President, Development, DB2

"With the launch of the POWER6 processor-based servers, IBM continues their commitment to provide powerful IT platforms to SAP customers. The new Live Partition Mobility supports our mutual clients sustain business critical operations and meet service level agreements."
Rainer Hofmann Vice President of Global Partner Management IBM SAP AG
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Server Consolidation Pain Points
Pain point Client workload requires the maximum amount of isolation between workloads on a single server Client needs to consolidate multiple workloads on a single system for highest efficiency Client needs to consolidate multiple workloads on a single system for highest efficiency and minimize the number of AIX operating systems to manage Client needs to consolidate multiple workloads on a single system for highest efficiency and maximize the flexibility to support different environments Client needs to balance workloads by relocating workloads between systems Client needs to balance workloads by relocating workloads between systems with minimum delay Client needs automatic, policy based relocation of workloads between systems
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Planned AIX Technology Micropartitions Micropartitions or Workload Partitions Workload Partitions

Micropartitions Live Partition Mobility or Live Application Mobility Live Partition Mobility Live Application Mobility
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Security Pain Points
Pain point Client needs to securely delegate administrative duties to non-root users Client needs to securely delegate administrative duties to non-root users across multiple heterogeneous systems Client workload requires the highest level of multilevel security including particularly for sensitive government or financial applications Clients data needs maximum protection, including protection from stolen backup copies or root user compromise. Client needs provide consistent security across their entire landscape of AIX systems. Client is concerned about SUID programs. Client needs to set up a server outside the DMZ
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Planned AIX Technology Role Based Access Control or Tivoli® Access Manager for OS Role Based Access Control or Tivoli Access Manager for OS Trusted AIX

Encrypting JFS2 Filesystem AIX Security Expert Filesystem Permissions tool and Role Based Access Control Secure by Default
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Manageability Pain Points

Pain point Client needs to administer AIX remotely Client is new to AIX and doing an install for the first time Client is concerned about backing up a filesystem before taking a routine administrative action Client needs to create and manage WPARs on a single system Client needs to create and manage WPARs across multiple systems Client wants to manage multiple, heterogeneous systems
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Planned AIX Technology System Director Console for AIX Graphical Installation Integrated Filesystem Snapshot SMIT, command line or Workload Partitions Manager Workload Partitions Manager

Tivoli®

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AIX V6.1 Hardware Support
Systems based on POWER4, PPC970, POWER5 and POWER6 processors will supported
32- and 64-bit applications will continue to run unchanged on AIX 6

64-bit kernel only

*Complete details on AIX binary compatibility can be found at http://www.ibm.com/servers/aix/os/compatibility/
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Select Planned AIX features: Value and Segment Focus
Feature Workload Partitions Live Application Mobility Role Based Access Control Potential Benefit
Lower TCO though improved efficiency through server consolidation. Improved reliability through outage avoidance. Improved TCO through greater server utilization Improved security. Reduced security administration costs through reduced complexity. Greater administrative efficiency through delegation High degree of security. Required for some Government environments Improved security. Data protection against accidental or malicious disclosure Improved reliability by eliminating outage for critical fixes. Improved reliability through reduced memory overlay outages Improved reliability. Quicker resolution to performance and software bugs Improved TCO through administrative efficiency All. All. Enterprise focus

Focus Segment

All. Finance and Government focus.

Trusted AIX Encrypting Filesystem Concurrent AIX updates POWER6 Storage keys probevue dynamic tracing System Director Console
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Government security agencies, some Finance All. Finance and Government focus. All All. Enterprise focus, All. ISV focus All

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Summary
AIX planned enhancements will provide a tremendous step forward for our clients
– – – – – Workload Partitions Mobility Security Mainframe-inspired Continuous Availability Manageability

While providing binary compatibility* with previous releases
AIX fully exploits the new capabilities of POWER6

While providing exciting new capabilities for clients using POWER5
Opens opportunities for new clients and new workloads

Extreme server consolidation. Maximum security computing.
*Complete details on AIX binary compatibility can be found at http://www.ibm.com/servers/aix/os/compatibility/
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AIX Per Core License and SWMA List Prices
Proc. Group License OTC $85 90 Day SWMA $99 1 Year SWMA (9X5) $299 Total SW OTC+1Yr $384 1 Year SWMA (24X7) $403 3 Year SWMA (9X5) $807 3 Year SWMA (24X7) $1,088

Models

C5 D5 E5 F5 G5 H5
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Blades JS21, JS22, ATX – p185 50x,51x,52x, Value Pak 550,560Q Value Pak 570, 575 590 595

$170 $150 $430 $385 $1,225 $1,895 $2,495

$99

$299

$469 $449 $879 $834 $1,950 $2,795 $3,545

$403

$807

$1,088

$149

$449

$606

$1,212

$1,636

n/a n/a n/a

$725 $900 $1,050

$908 $1,136 $1,321

$1,958 $2,431 $2,836

$2,454 $3,068 $3,568

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WPAR Manager Per Core List Price

VMWARE VMOTION list price is approximately $423-$847 per core for license plus 1 year of maintenance

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