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IBM Power Systems

La nueva generación de sistemas diseñados para


el dato y optimizados para Cloud

Juan Manuel Alcudia


jmalcudia@es.ibm.com
Power Systems with POWER8 are built with open
innovation to put data to work across the enterprise

Designed for First server processor generation optimized for big


big data data & analytics with POWER8 innovative design

Delivering the world’s first open server ecosystem


Open innovation revolutionizing the way IT is developed & delivered
platform

Superior cloud price/performance advantages &


Superior cloud
security to move data-centric applications to the
economics cloud

Power Systems are enhanced with new capabilities so clients are better
equipped for Cloud, Analytics & Mobile workloads as well as handling
complex, mission critical applications with confidence.
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Our Journey and Commitment to Power Systems

May September February April August October

Watson 5 Power Systems Power OpenPOWER IBM Innovation Enterprise


Engagement Linux Centers development Foundation Centers fuel systems
Advisor around the world cloud open for business Linux on Power

2013 2014

August September April April August

OpenPOWER POWER8: Ubuntu Inspur to


$1 billion
Foundation 3+ years, $2.5 billion supports IBM develop system
Linux on Power
announced R&D investment with Power Systems solutions using
investment
hundreds of patents for simpler Linux OpenPOWER
migration innovations

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Power Systems with POWER8 are built with open
innovation to put data to work across the enterprise

• New solutions for Hadoop, NoSQL and Elastic Storage


Designed for
• Enhanced Scale-Out Systems with up to 2 TB / system
big data
• New POWER8 Scalable enterprise systems

Open • First solution from OpenPower – S824L with NVIDIA GPU


innovation
platform • Expanded Linux Support – IFLs and new Distributions

• Simplified Hybrid Cloud Management built on OpenStack


• Enhanced virtualization management for PowerVM and
Superior cloud
PowerKVM
economics
• Power Enterprise Pools for private clouds and easier migration /
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integration with POWER8
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Clients are rapidly expanding their data and analytics
focus to enhance business opportunities

Map Reduce
Relational Databases NoSQL Databases
Implementations
Instant insight from real-time Analytics capability for multiple A scalable data architecture
operational data data types, often used in mobile and
A parallel and distributed
social workloads
Simplified transactions programming model
and reporting Scalability and flexibility for different
data store models Open source community innovation
Reduced tuning and indexing (Apache Hadoop)

Systems built with POWER8 deliver


2:1 Core Performance, Reduced complexity, space 4x Lower Storage
Memory Bandwidth & (>12x) and cost requirements
Memory Capacity with CAPI attached Flash

DB2 BLU Redis, Cloudant, High performance, data


Oracle in-memory Mongo DB, centric design with
SAP HANA Cassandra GPFS & Compression

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IBM Data Engine for Analytics
A Customized Infrastructure Solution with Integrated Software
Rapid Deployment Flexibility Efficiency

Actionable Insights: preloaded Big Insights


Big Data & Analytics Software
plus other analytic applications

Grid infrastructure Services


Infrastructure Services
(Platform computing)

POWER8 Systems: 2X Performance


POWER8 GZIP
Servers Compression Optional Compression and Encryption

Scalable Networking High Performance, Scalable Networking

Scale Out Cluster File System IBM Elastic Storage Server


Elastic Storage Elastic Storage
1 copy of data versus 3
Server Server Scalable file system

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IBM Data Engine for NoSQL
Reduce complexity and cost of NoSQL solutions
Power CAPI-attached Flash model for NoSQL regains infrastructure
control and reigns in the cost to deliver services.
Today’s NoSQL in memory (x86) Differentiated NoSQL
(POWER8 + CAPI Flash)
WWW

WWW
10Gb Uplink

10Gb Uplink
Load Balancer
POWER8 Server

500GB Cache
500GB
NodeCache
500GB
NodeCache Flash Array w/ up
500GB
NodeCache to 40TB
500GB
NodeCache
Node

Infrastructure Attributes
Infrastructure Requirements - 192 threads in 4U Server drawer
Backup Nodes
- Large Distributed (Scale out) - 40 TB of memory based Flash per 4U Drawer
- Large Memory per node - Shared Memory & Cache for dynamic tuning
- Networking Bandwidth Needs - Elimination of I/O and Network Overhead
- Load Balancing - Cluster solution in a box

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4Q ANNOUNCE: CAPI “Developer Kit” for early adopters

An invitation to innovate
Introducing the CAPI Developer Kit

CAPI card and Support documentation will be made available for early adopters
who wish to innovate custom logic / accelerator logic on an FPGA attached via CAPI

This will be an offering from OpenPOWER member Nallatech

FPGA
IBM Supplied POWER
Service Layer

Can be plugged into an Open space for


Existing Capi enabled AFU Customization and
Tuleta system innovation

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Scale-out Systems built with POWER8
• Portfolio is complemented by a full commitment to support an open stack of software
- Ubuntu, SUSE, RedHat, PowerKVM, and Open Stack
• New Capabilities (4Q2014)
- 2 TB memory option in S824
- Linux SUSE SLES12 (LE) enabling easier application portability
- S824L w/ NVidia GPU acceleration
- Mixed Endian VM support of a single PowerKVM host
- NEBS option for Telco

S812L S822L S822 S814 S824L S824


• 1-socket, 2U • 2-socket, 2U • 2-socket, 2U • 1-socket, 4U • 2-socket, 4U • 2-socket, 4U
• Linux only • Up to 24 cores • Up to 20 cores • Up to 8 cores • Up to 24 cores • Up to 24 cores
• 1 TB memory • 1 TB memory • 512 GB memory • Linux • 11 PCIe Gen 3
• 9 PCI Gen3 slot • 9 PCIe Gen 3 • 7 PCIe Gen 3 •NVidia GPU • AIX, IBM i, Linux
• Linux only • AIX & Linux • AIX, IBM i, Linux •Annc/GA in • PowerVM
• PowerVM & • PowerVM • PowerVM 4Q14 • 1 TB memory
PowerKVM •NEBs option • 4 core/P05 for •2 TB memory
•NEBs option IBM i option
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IBM and NVIDIA deliver new acceleration
capabilities for analytics, big data, and Java

 Runs pattern extraction analytic workloads 8x


faster
 Provides new acceleration capability for
analytics, big data, Java, and other technical
computing workloads
 Delivers faster results and lower energy costs by
accelerating processor intensive applications

Power System S824L


• Up to 24 POWER8 cores
• Up to 1 TB of memory
• Up to 2 NVIDIA K40 GPU Accelerators
• Ubuntu Linux running bare metal

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The OpenPOWER Foundation creates a pipeline of
continued innovation and extends POWER8 capabilities
• Opening the architecture and innovating across the full hardware & software stack
• Driving an expansion of enterprise-class hardware and software
• Building a complete sever ecosystem delivering maximum client flexibility

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Focus on ecosystem presence

• Double the number of Academic


• OpenPOWER technology creates
Initiative universities by 2015
greater choice for customers
(over 100 new schools in 2014)
• Open and collaborative
development model
• Drive University Challenge in fall
• 60+ members & growing semester 2014

Growing POWER8
Ecosystem

• Over 800 Linux ISVs; ecosystem • Build and promote ‘Virtual


communities, 100K+ developers Appliance’ Reference
(i.e. Ubuntu, Zend, Opscode, etc) configurations
• Partner with SWG to grow Linux
• Create new GTM constructs for
capabilities for targeted workloads
on-premise and cloud deployment

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New Enterprise POWER8-based Systems for
the Most Demanding Data Environments

• Tackle your largest workloads with massive performance and


scalability (up to 192 cores and 1,024 threads; 16 TB; 1,000 VMs)
• Operate with more flexibility and efficiency
• Maximize availability and serviceability
• Instantly respond to the dynamic, changing needs of today’s business
• Deploy new workloads faster and at lower cost with Power IFLs
and Usage / Utility based pricing for Elastic COD

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* Initial GA supports 2 nodes, 64 cores, 8 TB with MES to 3 or 4 nodes in 2015
Designed for the most demand data workloads with
the agility to handle today’s dynamic business
environment
Combining the architectural strengths of Power 795
with the modularity & efficiencies of Power 770/780
High performance compute nodes
• Fastest processor in the industry
• Up to 48-cores* and 4 TB per node

Modular structure delivers efficiency and flexibility


• Flexible growth up to 4 compute nodes *
• Improved space and energy efficiency

System design for High Availability and Serviceabilty


• Isolated, fully redundant System Control Unit
• Enhanced Serviceability
• Enhanced memory and system reliability

Economic efficiency with Capacity on Demand


flexibility and IFLs
• Elastic Capacity on Demand
• Mobile Capacity for Power Enterprise Pools
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*All statements regarding IBM's future direction and intent are subject to change or
withdrawal without notice, and represent goals and objectives only.
POWER8 Enterprise Systems

192 cores*
1 – 4 node*, 4-16S* (12c)
Up to 16 TB Memory
Power E880
9119-MHE
128* cores @ 4.35 GHz
1 – 4 node*, 4-16S (8c)
Up to 16 TB Memory

80 cores @ 4.19 GHz


1 – 2 node, 4 - 8S (10c)
Up to 8TB* Memory
Power E870
9119-MME
64c @ 4 GHz
1 – 2 node, 8S (8c)
Up to 8TB* Memory

15 © 2014 IBM Corporation1 E880 with 3 or 4 nodes, 96 or 128 cores, respectively, will GA in 2Q 2015.
*Statement of Direction. All statements regarding IBM's future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without
notice, and represent goals and objectives only.
Accelerating Availability of POWER8 Enterprise
Systems

192 cores*
1 – 4 node, 4-16S (12c)*
Up to 16 TB Memory GA = 4Q14
Power E880
9119-MHE 128* cores @ 4.35 GHz
1 – 4 node*, 4-16S (8c)
Up to 16 TB Memory
64-cores
8 TB

80 cores @ 4.19 GHz


1 – 2 node, 4 - 8S (10c)
Up to 8TB* Memory
Power E870
9119-MME 64c @ 4 GHz
1 – 2 node, 4-8S (8c)
Up to 8TB* Memory

16 © 2014 IBM Corporation1 E880 with 3 or 4 nodes, 96 or 128 cores, respectively, will GA in 2Q 2015.
*Statement of Direction. All statements regarding IBM's future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without
notice, and represent goals and objectives only.
POWER8 Enterprise Systems
1H15

SOD : 192 cores*


1 – 4 node, 4-16S (12c)*
Up to 16 TB Memory
Power E880
9119-MHE 128 cores** @ 4.35 GHz
1 – 4 node**, 4-16S (8c)
Up to 16 TB** Memory
64-cores Expand to 128 cores
8 TB

80 cores @ 4.19 GHz


1 – 2 node, 4 - 8S (10c)
Up to 8TB* Memory
Power E870
9119-MME 64c @ 4.02 GHz
1 – 2 node, 4-8S (8c)
Up to 8TB* Memory

17 © 2014 IBM Corporation1 E880 with 3 or 4 nodes, 96 or 128 cores, respectively, will GA in 2Q 2015.
*Statement of Direction. All statements regarding IBM's future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without
notice, and represent goals and objectives only.
Power E870 & E880 servers

Power E870 Power E880


Increased performance and scale
Built-in PowerVM Enterprise Edition
Enterprise RAS
System Control Unit (2U)
Built-in Active Memory Mirroring for Hypervisor
More performance per-watt
8 PCIe adapter slots per node
Up to 4 PCIe I/O drawers per Node*
Share resources in Power Enterprise Pool
Medium Software tier
24x7 Warranty

• 8 to 80 cores @ 4.19 GHz • 8 to 128 cores @ 4.35 GHz


• 8 to 64 cores @ 4.0 GHz • Up to 192 cores* in 2015
• 256 to 4TB Memory (8TB SOD*) • 256 to 16TB Memory
• 1 or 2 nodes (5U) per system • 1 to 4 nodes (5U) per system
• Built-in initial Elastic CoD days

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*Statement of Direction to support up to 8TB memory on E870 and up to 4 PCIe I/O Expansion Drawers per node on Power E870 & E880 in 2015.
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Initial GA in 4Q14 supports 4TB maximum on E870 and 0 or 2 PCIe I/O drawers per node on E870 & E880.
More Scalability than an other 8-socket systems
(best Intel Xeon and best Oracle SPARC)
SAP SD Standard Application Benchmark Results, 2-Tier: SD Benchmark Users
SAP enhancement package 5 for SAP ERP 6.0
Source: http//www.sap.com/solutions/benchmark/sd2tier.epx

1.6X more users than Ivybridge-EX v2


80c
~ 2X more users than Oracle T5-8
with 1/3 less cores!

120c 120c
128c

Oracle T5-8 Fujitsu PQ 2800E


T5 IBM x3950 X6 IBM Power E870
Intel E7-8890 v2,
128c/1024t Intel E7-8890 v2 POWER8
120c/240t
120c/240t 80c/640t

(1) IBM Power System E870 on the two-tier SAP SD standard application benchmark running SAP enhancement package 5 for the SAP ERP 6.0 application; 8 processors / 80 cores / 640 threads, POWER8; 4.19GHz, 2048GB memory, 79,750 SD benchmark users, running AIX® 7.1 and DB2® 10.5, dialog response: 0.97 seconds, line items/hour:8,722,000, dialog steps/hour: 26,166,000 SAPS: 436,100 database
response time (dialog/update): 0.013 sec / 0.026 sec, CPU utilization: 99%, Certification #: 2014034 Results valid as of 10/3/14. Source: http://www.sap.com/benchmark.
(2) IBM System x3950 on the two-tier SAP SD standard application benchmark running SAP enhancement package 5 for the SAP ERP 6.0 application; 8 processors / 120 cores / 240 threads, Intel Xeon Processor E7-8890 v2; 2.80GHz, 1024GB memory, 49,000 SD benchmark users, running Windows Server 2012 Standard Edition and DB2® 10, dialog response: 0.85 seconds, line items/hour: 5,421,670, dialog
steps/hour: 16,265,000 SAPS: 271,080; database response time (dialog/update): 0.0083 sec / 0.022 sec, CPU utilization: 98%, Certification #: 2014024 Results valid as of 10/3/14. Source: http://www.sap.com/benchmark.
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SAP SD standard application benchmark running SAP enhancement package 5 for the SAP ERP 6.0 application; 8 processors / 120 cores / 240 threads, Intel Xeon Processor E7-8890 v2; 2.80GHz, 1024GB memory, 49,000 SD benchmark users, running Windows Server 2012 Standard Edition and SQL Server 12, dialog response: 0.97 seconds, line items/hour:
5,193,670, dialog steps/hour: 15,581,000 SAPS: 259,680; database response time (dialog/update): 0.015 sec / 0.030 sec, CPU utilization: 99%, Certification #: 2014003 Results valid as of 10/3/14. Source: http://www.sap.com/benchmark.
(4) (5) Oracle SPARC Server T5-8 on the two-tier SAP SD standard application benchmark running SAP enhancement package 5 for the SAP ERP 6.0 application; 8 processors/128 cores/1024 threads, SPARC T5; 3.60 GHz, 2,048 GB memory; 40,000 SD benchmark users, running Solaris® 11 and Oracle 11g; Certification # 2012013008. Results valid as of 10/3/14. Source: http://www.sap.com/benchmark.
SAP and all SAP logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of SAP AG in Germany and in several other countries. All other product and service names mentioned are the trademarks of their respective companies.
Superior cloud economics: simplified virtualization &
cloud management

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Superior Cloud economics: Simplified virtualization
and hybrid cloud management

Cloud Manager with OpenStack


 Extended capability to enable customization & quicker deployment of OpenStack-based
cloud solutions
 Management across heterogeneous systems, on premises and off premises

 Simplified virtual IO  Run any combination of  Expanding device and OS


administration Linux distros via Mixed support
 Risk reduction by using Endian VM support on a  Import existing KVM VMs
templates for repeatable single PowerKVM host  Simplified maintenance
deployment of workloads  Improve performance with one click system
 VM restart accelerates using PCI passthru for evacuation
workload recovery dedicated I/O  Increase scaling by 100%
 Better availability through to 20 hosts; 2000 VMs
PCIe hot plug support

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or withdrawal without notice, and represent goals and objectives only.
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IBM Delivers the most powerful foundation
for private and public cloud infrastructure

Clients are asking for:


• Extreme flexibility, instant POWER7+
response
• Higher Availability
• Economic Efficiency
• Investment Protection
Power E880
Power 780 Power E880

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Power Enterprise Pools: The most powerful foundation
for a flexible, economically advantaged private and hybrid
cloud IT infrastructure
Extreme flexibility to instantly respond
to changing business demands POWER7+
• Simpler application workload balancing
• Easily manage periodic workload spikes and bursting
High Availability
• Reduced planned downtime due to system maintenance
• Enhanced disaster recovery capabilities
Economic Efficiency
• Operate at 80-90% utilization with flexible capacity
• Minimize excess capacity required to manage availability • Mobile COD: move processor and
or contingency for workload uncertainties memory resources amongst systems
• Usage and utility based pricing • Elastic COD: for periodic spikes
in workload demand
Investment Protection and simplified technology transition to
POWER8 • OpenStack: for simplified Cloud and
• Upgrade / Share / Move POWER7+ resources & Virtualization Management
software to POWER8
• Transition applications to POWER8 with increased
business flexibility
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*All statements regarding IBM's future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal
without notice, and represent goals and objectives only.
Deploy a Power Enterprise Pool today and your infrastructure
is ready for the future
Today, Power Enterprise Pools provides
Simpler application workload balancing
Reduced planned downtime due to system maintenance
Enhanced disaster recovery capabilities POWER7+

Flexible, efficient private cloud infrastructure

and tomorrow with POWER8…


 Provides options for more granularity & flexibility when
transitioning applications to POWER8
 Tremendous asset/investment protection with POWER8
 Future enhancements planned* to improve automation for
high availability and disaster recovery environments

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*All statements regarding IBM's future direction and intent are subject to change or
withdrawal without notice, and represent goals and objectives only.
Power Systems with POWER8 are built with open
innovation to put data to work across the enterprise
• New solutions for Hadoop and NoSQL databases and Elastic Storage to simplify
operations and reduce cost
• New and enhanced Power Scale-Out Systems and solutions with up to 2 TB /
Designed for
system
big data
• Scalable enterprise systems for the most demanding data environments with
leadership performance and scale, up to 16 TB / system and over 80%
utilization
• First solution from the OpenPower Foundation –
S824L with NVIDIA GPU for technical computing and high performance analytics
Open innovation
• Simplify operations and reduce costs by running new Linux workloads on POWER8-
platform based IFLs
• New Linux distributions & turbo charge LAMP solution stacks
• Simplified Hybrid Cloud Management with Cloud Manager for OpenStack for a
single point of control
Superior cloud • Enhanced virtualization management with expanded
economics storage/networking and OS support and increased scalability
• Power Enterprise Pools enable enhanced business flexibility and availability with the
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ability to migrate POWER7 Mobile COD to POWER8 systems
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Infrastructure Matters: Open Innovation with open
innovation to put data to work across the enterprise
Infrastructure Solutions & Expanding Infrastructure System Software
Ecosystem Expanding choice, simplifying management,
Customized infrastructure solutions lowering costs
delivering new, unprecedented value
IBM Data Engine for Analytics
IBM Data Engine for NoSQL
IBM S824L with Nvidia
IBM BLU Acceleration for Power Systems
Scale Out Systems Enterprise Systems & Pools
Leadership performance and resiliency Designed for the most demanding data
leveraging new, Open Innovation environments with agility and efficiency

POWER7+

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Power 780 Power E880
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Open innovation to put data to work

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BIG DATA & ANALYTICS
Because the speed of business is money

Héctor Colmenares, IBM SW


Core Database Competitive Sales Leader, IM SPGI
hector.colmenares@es.ibm.com
Tendencias del mercado
Demanda de respuestas en real time es una necesidad.

• Vivimos en la generación del “NOW”.


• Los datos crecen constantemente, y los usuarios esperan respuestas más
rápidas.
• Movilidad y el uso “democrático” de la información y la analítica hacen
de la tecnologia in-memory y mensajería distribuida un requerimiento
obligado. La velocidad cambia el negocio.
• Nuevas y modernas arquitecturas de datawarehouse dinámicas
reemplazarán los modelos tradicionales de datos por la demanda de
datos en real-time.
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Big Data y analítica del negocio
La Revolución de los datos
4.6
30 billion RFID billion
tags today
camera
12+ TBs (1.3B in 2005)
phones
of tweet data world
every day wide

IT Logs
100s of
millions
of GPS
data every day
? TBs of

enabled
80%
De los datos mundiales
devices
sold
annually
NO ESTRUCTURADOS
25+ TBs of 2+
log data billion
every day people
on the
76 million smart Web by
meters in 2009… end 2011
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Big Data: todo son datos
Paradigma para extraer valor

Transaccional & Contenido Dato Data


Datos Aplicativos Empresarial Social Sensores

• Volumen • Variedad • Variedad • Velocidad


• Estructurado • No estructurado • No estructurado • Estructurado
• Entrada / Salida • Volumen • Veracidad • Ingestión

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Big Data: todo son datos
Gestión de los datos: No es única

Mobile Sales Real Time Demand


E-commerce Storefront Analysis Fraud Detection Analysis

Key 1 JSON doc 1 Meter 1 Data series 1

Key 2 JSON doc 2 Meter 2 Data series 2

Transactional Database JSON Analytics Operational Time Series


Database Data Warehouse Data Warehouse Database

Transaction Mobile Reporting Operational Sensor Data


Processing Data Serving and Analytics Analytics Analysis

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Analítica dá la clave para incrementar la
competitividad

Compañías que realizan analíticas sofisticadas superan a su


competencia

2.6x 1.6x 260% 2.5x


mas rendimiento Mas ingresos estar entre los Valorización del
que sus iguales del mejores del precio del stock
sector sector

Source: The New Intelligent Enterprise, a joint MIT Sloan Management Review and IBM Institute of Business Value analytics research partnership. Copyright © Massachusetts Institute of
Technology 2011. Outperforming in a data-rich, hyper-connected world, IBM Center for Applied Insights study conducted in cooperation with the Economist Intelligence Unit and the IBM
Institute of Business Value. 2012

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Cuantificar valor de la analítica

Speed equals 39% faster payment*


59
reduced days
to payment
36

increased

days to payment
cash flow

2011

business
2012 2013

growth
*Based on analysis done by Xero, a SaaS company specialising
in accounting software, 2014. Link to blog & infographic: HERE

Average closing of accounts


Source: SAP value engineering study
Speed of Business Process, Is Money

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La lógica del Data Warehouse
Contemplar componentes, propósitos, zonas

Vertical Industry Accelerators

Advanced Application Capabilities

Actionable
Data types Real-time processing & analytics insight
Decision
management
Machine and Deep
sensor data Operational Exploration, analytics &
systems landing and modeling
archive Predictive
Image and video
Trusted data analytics
and modeling
Enterprise
content
Reporting &
Transaction and
interactive Reporting,
application data
analysis analysis, content
analytics

Social data
Discovery and
Third-party data exploration
Logical Data Warehouse
Information Integration & Governance

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La lógica del Data Warehouse
Ejemplo de la Solución de IBM

Vertical Industry Accelerators

BigSQL and SQL based applications


Advanced Application Capabilities

Federation and In-memory Actionable


Data types Real-time processing & analyticsfederated cube
insight
Decision
management
Machine and Deep
sensor data Operational Exploration, analytics &
systems landing and modeling
archive Predictive
Image and video
Trusted data analytics
ORACLE and modeling
Enterprise
content MicrosoftReporting &
Transaction and Teradata
interactive
analysis
Reporting,
application data analysis, content
analytics
Social data
BigMatch Discovery and
Third-party data
exploration
Logical Data Warehouse

Streams Information Integration & Governance

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¿Qué hace diferente BLU Acceleration?
Innovacionees de IBM Research & Developments Labs.

Next Generation In-Memory Analyze Compressed Data


In-memory columnar processing with Patented compression technique that preserves order
dynamic movement of data from storage so data can be used without decompressing
C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8

Encoded

CPU Acceleration Data Skipping


Multi-core and SIMD parallelism Skips unnecessary processing of irrelevant data
(Single Instruction Multiple Data)
Instructions Data

Results
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BLU Shadow Tables
 Dedicated analytics and reporting
 Operational analytics
 Mixed workload analytics with OLTP
OLTP Indexes Analytical Indexes

Traditional row-based tables, with indexes for,


+ for tables dedicated to OLTP or Operational
Analytics

Simple BLU tables ( columnar ) for tables


dedicated to analytics and reporting workloads

OLTP Indexes Traditional row-based tables, with indexes and


BLU Shadow Tables for tables with mixed
+ + workloads
• Power of BLU
• Faster analytics and reporting
• Faster OLTP
Single Server
• Simpler environment
All 3 scenarios in a single database

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Oportunidad: Big Data y Analytics

4.6
30 billion RFID billion
tags today
camera
 12+
PROBLEMAS
TBs DE RENDIMIENTO (1.3B in 2005)
phones
of tweet data world
every day SAP BW
wide
CARGAS ANALÍTICAS
IT Logs
100s of
millions
 COMPETENCIA: of GPS
data every day

SAP con HANA


80%
? TBs of

enabled
ORACLE con EXADATA devices
sold
TERADATA Of world’s data annually
is unstructured
MS-SQL
25+ TBs of 2+
log data billion
PREMISA: AHORRO DE COSTES
every day people
on the
76 million smart Web by
meters in 2009… end 2011
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DB2 with BLU vs Microsoft SQLServer
Query Response Time: (In Seconds, Less is Better)
DB2 (extrapolated to 8 cores, 80% scalability) v/MS SQL (8 cores)
90

80

70

60
Query time (s)

50

40

30

20

10

0
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Query Runs
DB2 BLU Factored MS SQL

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7X-8X Better Performance with equal cores
DB2 with BLU vs Microsoft SQLServer
Query Response Time: (In Seconds, Less is Better)
BestOffer
Less Cores & Licenses but Much more Performance => Better SLA

DB2 BLU (2 cores) v/MS SQL (8 cores)


90

80

70

60
Query Time (s)

50

40

30

20

10

0
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Query Runs
DB2 BLU MS SQL

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“56% better performance, with 25% of the cores !
Wow, that’s great !”
Estimated HW Infrastructure for Production – Year 1 and Year 5
assumption yearly 20% growth
Source Oracle database 8 TB on BW 7.0 (non-unicode)
DB2 on 2-tier architecture (on one server all components)
HANA on 3-tier rachitecture (database and application on different servers)

Huge savings through DB2 Technology


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Often DB2 BLU needs 70-95% less HW
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COMPARATIVA ENTRE IBM POWER + DB2 contra ORACLE EXADATA
NECESIDAD INICIAL: Sistema SAP (180 sistemas, 48 entornos de producción)
CONTINUIDAD DEL NEGOCIO: Contingencia en 2 centros separados
NOTA:
• El ejercicio de sizing se ha basado en la metodología SAP con entornos para Producción, Pre-Producción y Desarrollo/Q
• El nivel de rendimiento SAPS ha sido el mismo en ambos casos
• La infraestructura IBM es POWER8 + AIX + DB2 10.5 y la de Oracle es EXADATA (INTEL`+ Oracle Linux + Oracle DB)
• La opción de IBM permite virtualización
• El ejercicio es una estimación y está orientada a mostrar las diferencias de infraestructura entre ambas soluciones

Customer runs DB2 on POWER Possible Exadata implementation **


- 180 systems, 48 production - 180 systems, 48 production
- 26 HA (LPM*) + 26 DR (PowerHA) - 26 HA + 26 DR clusters
- 2 x data centers - 2 x BIGGER or more data centers
 6 full racks for production + HA
 6 full racks for DR
 6 full racks for test/QA
 6 full racks for dev
 6 full racks for the rest 36 systems

 4 x POWER servers (160 cores)  ~30 full racks (5760 cores)

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* LPM - AIX live partition mobility
** No virtualization + limited number of databases per rack (e.g. 8 database servers per full rack, max 24 processor per database)
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COMPARATIVA ENTRE IBM POWER + DB2 contra SAP HANA
NECESIDAD INICIAL: Sistema SAP (180 sistemas, 48 entornos de producción)
CONTINUIDAD DEL NEGOCIO: Contingencia en 2 centros separados
NOTA:
• El ejercicio de sizing se ha basado en la metodología SAP con entornos para Producción, Pre-Producción y Desarrollo/Q
• El nivel de rendimiento SAPS ha sido el mismo en ambos casos
• La infraestructura IBM es POWER8 + AIX + DB2 10.5 y la de SAP HANA (INTEL+ Linux + HANA)
• La opción de IBM permite virtualización
• El ejercicio es una estimación y está orientada a mostrar las diferencias de infraestructura entre ambas soluciones
• 1 HANA UNIT = 64 Gb RAM = 13 K€

Customer runs DB2 on POWER Possible HANA implementation **


- Customer runs DB2 on POWER - 180 systems, 48 production
- 180 systems, 48 production - 26 HA + 26 DR clusters
- 26 HA (LPM*) + 26 DR (PowerHA) - 2 x BIGGER or more data centers
2 x data centers  48 appliance servers for production
 52 appliance servers for HA+DR clusters
 up to 48 appliance servers for test/QA
 up to 48 appliance servers for dev
 up to 36 appliance servers for rest

 101-232 x HANA servers


 4 x POWER servers (160 cores) (4040-9400 cores)
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* LPM - AIX live partition mobility
** No virtualization + limited number of databases per rack (e.g. 8 database servers per full rack, max 24 processor per database)
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Balluff GmbH – Game-changing boost to information
delivery with IBM DB2 enables rapid insight

98 percent
faster access to complex reports

30 percent
typical report speed increase

50 percent
faster SAP ERP response times Business challenge: Balluff knew that slow access to finance and business
reports threatened productivity and potential growth. How could executives gain
Solution Components fast insight into critical data to make better business decisions?

•SAP® Business Warehouse, SAP ERP, SAP ERP HCM, The solution: The company moved its SAP Business Warehouse to IBM®
SAP CRM, SAP NetWeaver® Enterprise Portal, SAP PI
DB2® with BLU Acceleration, running on IBM Power Systems™ with IBM AIX®
•IBM® AIX®, DB2® for Linux, UNIX and Windows with and IBM PowerHA®.
BLU Acceleration, PowerHA® SystemMirror®,
PowerVM®, System Storage SAN Volume Controller,
Tivoli® Storage FlashCopy® Manager, IBM® Power® “IBM DB2 with BLU Acceleration is the ideal solution for us because we
750, FlashSystem™ 840, XIV®, IBM System and can gain new insights into business data more rapidly. Deploying IBM
Technology Group Lab Services, IBM Software Group DB2 with BLU Acceleration was a low-risk project; implementation was
Services
quick and easy without affecting availability.”
—Bernhard Herzog, Team Manager Information Technology SAP, Balluff
Deep Blue IBM Solution SAP Stack
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IBM SAP Alliance
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Big Data & Analytics

Big Data & Analytics


The Business Value, Why Speed is Money

Business Analytics Accelerator


Increase productivity & drive business growth
Adding Value, not complexity
Dynamic
Cubes
Dynamic Compatible
Query Query
Infrastructure
That
Matters C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8

82X más rápido


vs. Competitor Row Store Database on
DB2 with BLU

Ivy Bridge (x86)1

46 1) Based on IBM internal tests as of April 7, 2014 comparing IBM DB2 with BLU Acceleration on Power with a comparably tuned competitor row store database server on x86 executing a materially identical 2.6TB BI workload in a controlled laboratory environment. Test measured 60 concurrent user report
© 2014 IBM Corporation throughput executing identical Cognos report workloads. Competitor configuration: HP DL380p, 24 cores, 256GB RAM, Competitor row-store database, SuSE Linux 11SP3 (Database) and HP DL380p, 16 cores, 384GB RAM, Cognos 10.2.1.1, SuSE Linux 11SP3 (Cognos). IBM configuration: IBM S824,
24 cores, 256GB RAM, DB2 10.5, AIX 7.1 TL2 (Database) and IBM S824, 16 of 20 cores activated, 384GB RAM, Cognos 10.2.1.1, SuSE Linux 11SP3 (Cognos). Results may not be typical and will vary based on actual workload, configuration, applications, queries and other variables in a production
environment.
82x calculation based on geometric mean calculation giving equal weighting to the report per hour (RPH) improvements in the three categories of simple, intermediate, and complex reports. GEOMEAN(RPH_simple,RPH_intermediate,RPH_complex) = GEOMEAN(18.85,40.07,747.63)=82.66
POWER + BLU Acceleration
pero y ….

¿Cómo avanzamos?
Elegir una opción
de las dos configuraciones
Small Configuration Large Configuration
Existing Data Warehouse Existing Data Warehouse
• Supports up to 5 TB uncompressed • Supports up to 10 TB uncompressed
active data (1 TB compressed data) active data (3 TB compressed data)
Hardware Configuration Hardware Configuration
• Power S814: 8 cores, 3.72 GHz • Power S824: 24 cores, 3.52 GHz
• Memory: 256 GB DRAM • Memory: 1 TB DRAM
• Storage: • Storage:
• 146 GB (RAID 1) (OS/PGM VG) • 2.4 TB HDD (RAID 5) (Data VG)
• 2.4 TB HDD (RAID 5) (Data VG) • 1.55 TB SSD (DB2 overflow cache)
• 146 GB (RAID 1) (OS/PGM VG)
• AIX Standard Edition
• AIX Standard Edition
• PowerVM Enterprise Edition
• PowerVM Enterprise Edition
Software Configuration
Software Configuration
• DB2 Advanced Workgroup Edition
• DB2 Advanced Workgroup Edition

PRECIO MUY INTERESANTE ** PREGUNTE A SU VENDEDOR DE IBM **


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Configuración Try&Buy, incluye HW & SW

New BLU POC Program


 Stack: Power 8, DB2 10.5 with BLU Acceleration
and Cognos BI 10.2 with Dynamic Cubes
 Target Use Cases: “Business Intelligence
Workload Accelerator”
 Provides acceleration for BI workloads in
competitive or back-level environments

Can work in any environment


 Announcement Highlights
 Commodity hardware accounts – Announced: June, 2014
 Microstrategy, Business Objects – Leverages established Power POC
 SQLServer, Oracle processes
– Define the free trial period
 Is an accelerator to your existing environment – Try with your own data

Configurations  Owners for Additional Information


 5 pre-defined Power 8, DB2 BLU and Cognos BI – lking@ca.ibm.com
configurations to support various workload sizes – kschlamb@ca.ibm.com

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GRACIAS