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© 2008 IBM Corporation

IBM PowerVMVirtualization for IBM Power Systems

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2 © 2008 IBM Corporation

IBM develops hypervisor that would become VM on the mainframe

IBM announces first machines to do physical partitioning

IBM announces LPAR on the mainframe

IBM announces LPAR on POWER™

19671967 19731973 19871987

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

IBM announces PowerVM

200720072004200419991999 20082008

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

IBM’s History of Virtualization LeadershipA 40 year tradition continues with PowerVM™

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3 © 2008 IBM Corporation

IBM PowerVM

Unify virtualization branding & technology for AIX®, i and Linux

Exploit 40 years of IBM virtualization leadership

The leading virtualization platform for UNIX, IBM i and Linux® clients

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4 © 2008 IBM Corporation

What is PowerVM?

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

PowerVM Editions feature

Micro-Partitioning™

Virtual I/O Server

Integrated Virtualization Manager

Live Partition Mobility

Lx86

Logical Partitioning

Hardware and software that delivers industry-leading virtualization on IBM POWER processor-based servers for UNIX, i and Linux clients

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Clients Reduce Complexity & Costs with PowerVMOsram Sylvania / IBM Solution Benefits

“Consolidating our workloads on Linux on POWER… is helping us to significantly lower operational costs, reducing dramatically the IT complexity”. - Miguel Angel García Hafner, technology manager, Telefonica Moviles España

Improved system response time by 2x Reduced CPUs 4X and power and cooling costs Simplified administration, lowered costs Flawless migration

Migrate and consolidate 48 UNIX® and 13 x86 servers to 11 System p™ servers running PowerVM

“The combination of the advanced features of SAP ERP and the flexibility and scalability of the System p servers will combine to deliver ongoing competitive advantage to OSRAM SYLVANIA, through better business performance and lower operational costs.”

- Jeffrey Ruck, Director IT Infrastructure Services, Osram Sylvania

Source: www.ibm.com/software/success/cssdb.nsf/CS/STRD-75MERE?OpenDocument&Site=gicss67sap&cty=en_us

Telefonica Moviles España / IBM Solution Benefits

Reduce space and energy costs Reduce the deployment time for new services Reduce network complexity Lower operational costs

Consolidate sprawling x86 server infrastructure on two p5-595 servers running Linux OS and PowerVM Lx86

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Clients Reduce Complexity & Costs with PowerVMGruppo AE-EW / IBM Solution Benefits

"Using IBM Advanced POWER Virtualization gives us a very flexible hardware landscape, enabling us to allocate processing resources in an optimal manner." - Sukanta Kumar Nayak, Senior General Manager for IT, Usha International

Invoicing preperation time cut from 20 to five days Ample capacity for workload peaks New applications can be added Keeps operational costs low

System i 550 server with i and PowerVM to consolidate production, development, and test environments

"The biggest advantage offered by the 550 has been the fact that we can run all our solutions on a single System i server while keeping pace with the growth and change of our business.“

- Emiliano Lutteri, Chief Information Officer, Gruppo AE-EW

Source: http://www-01.ibm.com/software/success/cssdb.nsf/CS/STRD-7AHLDB?OpenDocument&Site=eserveriseries&cty=en_ushttp://www-01.ibm.com/software/success/cssdb.nsf/CS/STRD-7BCLCJ?OpenDocument&Site=eserveriseries&cty=en_us

Usha International / IBM Solution Benefits

Integration of payroll and accounting systems reduced manual processing

Response times cut by over 95 percent; Reduced management, power and cooling costs

Consolidated four servers with two System i 550s with i and PowerVM for SAP, Domino, test, and development

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7 © 2008 IBM Corporation

Power Virtualization Success

10,000s of Installations– Virtualization Penetration

• IBM Power Systems

• PowerVM

87%100%***595

75%40%570

60%22%550

1-20%****10%520

System i**System p*

* % of systems with orders for PowerVM and APV Editions in 2007** % of systems with orders for logical partitions through 12/31/07*** APV included with System p 595 for no additional charge**** Range from System i 515 to 525

1,000s with Multiple Operating Systems– AIX, IBM i, and/or Linux

Growing use of Storage Virtualization – VIOS serves AIX, Linux, and now i partitions– i serves AIX, Linux, and now i partitions plus

integrated System x and BladeCenter servers

Positioned for Growth

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8 © 2008 IBM Corporation

PowerVM Editions

IVM

1+2 / Server

Express

Lx86

Live Partition Mobility

Multiple Shared Processor Pools

Virtual I/O Server

IVM, HMCIVM, HMCManagement

10 / Core10 / CoreMaximum LPARs

EnterpriseStandard

PowerVM Editions

Delivering industrial-strength virtualization for UNIX, i and Linux clients

Unified virtualization branding & technology for AIX, i and Linux

Exploiting 40 years of IBM virtualization leadership

One approach for ordering and deployment across Power™ servers

Selected PowerVM technologies are not available on all models

For My System

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9 © 2008 IBM Corporation

PowerVM Express EditionTry out PowerVM for only $40 / Core!*

Create micro-partitions on the Power 520 & 550

Supports two AIX and Linux partitions managed by VIOS

Run x86 Linux applications on POWER

Point and click upgrade to PowerVM Standard or Enterprise Edition

*US prices are current as of 4/02/08 and subject to change without notice.

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10 © 2008 IBM Corporation

PowerVM Technologies

Hypervisor

Dynamic Logical Partitioning

Virtual I/O Server

Integrated Virtualization Manager

Lx86

Live Partition Mobility

System Planning Tool

Power Hypervisor

VIOS i AIX Linux

The leading virtualization platform for UNIX, i and Linux enables a more agile and responsive infrastructure

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Dynamic Logical PartitioningSupports multiple operating systems on a single server

Power Hypervisor

i AIX Linux

Reduces Costs

Supports AIX, i and Linux operating system partitions on one server

Micro-Partitioning supports up to 10 partitions per processor

Increases Flexibility

Partitions can have capped or uncapped processor resources

Processor resources can automatically move between partitions

Shared processor pools enables capping of a group of partitions

Included with all PowerVM Editions

Supports AIX, i and Linux partitions

Managed by Hardware Management Console or Integrated Virtualization Manager

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Virtual I/O ServerVirtualizes resources for client partitions

Reduces Costs Share physical SCSI and Ethernet resources between partitions

Increases Flexibility Create partitions on the fly with no requirement for additional hardware

Included with all PowerVM Editions Supports AIX, i 6.1 and Linux partitions

Power Hypervisor

VIOS i AIX Linux

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Integrated Virtualization Manager

A virtualization solution for small and mid-size companies

Simplifies Management Brower-based tool for creating and managing partitions

Reduces Costs Eliminates the need to purchase a dedicated hardware console

Included with all PowerVM Editions Runs in the Virtual I/O Server partition

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Lx86

Power Systems Platform

Supported Linux OS

PowerVM Lx86

x86 Linux OS

App

AIX OS

AIX OSApplication

POWER Linux OS

Application

PowerVM

Run x86 Linux applications on Power Systems along with your AIX, i and Linux applications

* Visit ibm.com/systems/p/linux/qual.html for detailed qualifications.

Reduces Costs Simplifies migration of Linux on x86 applications enabling customers to realize the energy and administration savings of consolidation

Strengthens Application Portfolio Run most existing 32-bit x86 Linux applications* with no application changes

Included with all PowerVM Editions Runs in a Linux partition

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PowerVM Live Partition MobilityMove running AIX and Linux operating system workloads from one POWER6 processor-based server to another!

Virtualized SAN and Network Infrastructure

Improves AvailabilityHelps eliminate many planned outages

Balances Workloads During peaks and to address spikes in workload

Included with PowerVM Enterprise Edition Supports AIX and Linux partitions with VIOS on Power servers

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System Planning ToolSimplifies the planning for and installation of Power servers with PowerVM

Saves time and reduces errors

Browser-based application that helps you design logical partitioned systems

Integrated with the Workload Estimator to plan a system based on existing performance data

Integrated with IBM ordering system

Plans generated can be deployed on the system by HMC or IVM

Available for download:

www.ibm.com/systems/support/tools/systemplanningtool/

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Our ‘Factories’: Your Paths to a More Efficient Data Center

IBM Server Consolidation Factory Assessments to project TCO savings Deployment plans for non-disruptive consolidation and migration Services to help with virtualization, provisioning and orchestration

IBM Migration Factory Accurate sizing of migration costs Plans to mitigate risks and speed time of migration Tools and skills to speed migration of packaged and custom apps and databases Skills and experience to improve quality and mitigate risks

IBM x86 Server Consolidation Factory on Power Systems Adjunct to Server Consolidation Factory TCO solutions for consolidating common x86 server-based workloads onto Power Systems

including infrastructure, Web server, Web applications and databases SCON Smart-Start Service for proof-of-value

IBM Availability Factory High Availability Center of Competency Infrastructure availability Quick Check assessment Provide strategic recommendations

New!

Helped more than 900 clients move from competitive UNIX platforms to AIX or Linux

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18 © 2008 IBM Corporation

IBM PowerVM

Unify virtualization branding & technology for AIX, i and Linux

Exploit 40 years of IBM virtualization leadership

The leading virtualization platform for UNIX, i and Linux clients

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19 © 2008 IBM Corporation

Backup

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PowerVM Capabilities for Power Systems 595575570570550550520520520JS22JS12

YYYYYYYYYYY HMC

YYYYYYYYYYYYYMicro-Partitioning

YYYYYYYYYYLive Partition Mobility

YYYYYYYYYMultiple Shared Processor Pools

YYYYYYYYYYYLx86

Y

Y

Y

Y

7998-60X

Y

Y

Y

Y

7998-61X

Y

Y

Y

9119-FHA

Y*

Y

Y

System p POWER5/5+

YYIVM

Y**YYYYYYYVIOS

YYYYYYYEnterprise Edition

YYYYYYYYYStandard Edition

Y YExpress Edition

System i POWER 5/5+

9125-F2A

9406-MMA

9117-MMA

9409-M50

8204-EA8

9408-M25

9407-M15

8203- EA4

* IVM is supported on POWER5/5+ System p5™ 560Q servers and below and the BladeCenter® JS21** VIOS supports AIX and Linux partitions Return

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PowerVM Edition Feature Codes

#8507#8506NA9408 M25

NA#8506NA9407 M15

#7986#7982NA9409 M50

#7995#7942NA9406 MMA

#8024#7949NA9125 F2A

#5649#5409NA7998 61X

#8002#7943NA9119 FHA

#7995#7942NA9117 MMA

#8507#8506#79838203 E4A

#5606

#7986

Enterprise

#7982#79838204 E8A

NA

Express StandardPOWER6

#54067998 60X

5765-PVE – PowerVM Enterprise Edition5771-PVE – PowerVM Enterprise Edition SW Maintenance

5765-PVS – PowerVM Standard Edition5771-PVS – PowerVM Standard Edition SW Maintenance

5765-PVX – PowerVM Express Edition5771-PVX – PowerVM Express Edition SW Maintenance

5765-AVE IBM PowerVM Lx86 for x86 Linux5692-LOP SPO for Linux on Power (x86 Media)

Hardware features drive orders for Software PIDs

PowerVM is ordered via a hardware feature code

Turn on Micro-PartitioningEnable VIOS partition

Hardware features drive firmware keys

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PowerVM Edition Prices

$1999 + $220$1310 + $110NA9409 M50

$1999 + $220$1310 + $110NA9406 MMA

$1199 + $220$590 + $110NA9408 M25

NA$590 +$110NA9407 M15

$1999 + $220 $1310 + $110NA9125-F2A

$309 + $220$0 + $110NA7998 61X

$1999 + $220$1310 + $110NA9119 FHA

$1999 + $220$1310 + $110NA9117 MMA

$1199 + $220$590 + $110$30 + $108203 E4A

$309+ $220

$1999 + $220

Enterprise

$1310 + $110$30 + $10 8204 E8A

NA

Express StandardPOWER6

$0 + $1107998 60X

US List Prices, subject to change without notice.

PowerVM is priced by processor core on Power servers

PowerVM Edition Price + 1 Year SWMA (per core)

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PowerVM Naming

PowerVM Standard Edition APV Standard Edition PowerVM Enterprise Edition APV Enterprise EditionPowerVM Lx86System p Application Virtual Environment (p

AVE)PowerVM Live Partition MobilityLive Partition Mobility

PowerVM Express Edition

PowerVM EditionsAdvanced POWER Virtualization (APV)PowerVMPower Systems VirtualizationAfterBefore

NOT EXHAUSTIVE

PowerVM = Power Systems Virtualization

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Workload

Partitions

Manager

AIX # 1 AIX # 2

WorkloadPartition

QA

WorkloadPartition

ApplicationServer

WorkloadPartition

Web

NFS and virtualized network infrastructure

Live Application Mobility

Mobility on Power Systems

M ovement of the OS and

applications to a different server with no loss of

service

Virtualized SAN and Network Infrastructure

Workload Partition

eMail

WorkloadPartitionBilling

PowerVM Live Partition Mobility• Move an entire Logical Partition from one system to another while

it is running with almost no impact to end users• Moves the entire LPAR including the operating system • Requires POWER6, PowerVM Enterprise Edition, and all I/O must

be through the Virtual I/O Server• Works with partitions running AIX V5.3, AIX 6 and Linux

Live Partition Mobility

AIX Live Application Mobility• Move a Workload Partition from one AIX system to another AIX

system while running with almost no impact to end users• Moves only the WPAR, the AIX operating system is not moved• Requires AIX 6, Workload Partitions Manager, and all WPAR

filesystems must be NFS• Works on POWER4, POWER5, and POWER6

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Workload PartitionsMultiple virtualized AIX 6 instances within a single AIX image enables reduced administration and resource costs

Reduces administration Eliminate the need to maintain as many copies of AIX

Enhances Flexibility Provision new application environments in minutes

Included in AIX 6 Supported on Power4™, Power5™, and Power6™

AIX 6Global Instance

WorkloadPartition

QAWorkloadPartition

Data Mining

WorkloadPartition

Dev

Workload Partitione-mail

WorkloadPartitionBilling

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Live Application MobilityRelocates running Workload Partitions between AIX 6 systems for increased reliability and workload balancing

AIX 6Global Instance

AIX 6Global Instance

AIX 6Global Instance

WorkloadPartition

QA

WorkloadPartition

Data Mining

WorkloadPartition

Dev

Workload Partitione-mail

WorkloadPartitionBilling

AIX 6Global Instance

AIX 6Global Instance

AIX 6Global Instance

WorkloadPartition

Test

WorkloadPartition

Dev

WorkloadPartitionFinance

WorkloadPartition

Database

Workload Partitione-mail

Workload

Partitions

Manager

Improves Availability Helps eliminate many planned outages

Balances Workloads Policy based automatic relocation

Works with AIX applicationsSupported on Power4™, Power5™, Power6™ with AIX 6 and Workload Partitions Manager

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This document was developed for IBM offerings in the United States as of the date of publication. IBM may not make these offerings available in other countries, and the information is subject to change without notice. Consult your local IBM business contact for information on the IBM offerings available in your area.Information in this document concerning non-IBM products was obtained from the suppliers of these products or other public sources. Questions on the capabilities of non-IBM products should be addressed to the suppliers of those products.IBM may have patents or pending patent applications covering subject matter in this document. The furnishing of this document does not give you any license to these patents. Send license inquires, in writing, to IBM Director of Licensing, IBM Corporation, New Castle Drive, Armonk, NY 10504-1785 USA. All statements regarding IBM future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represent goals and objectives only. The information contained in this document has not been submitted to any formal IBM test and is provided "AS IS" with no warranties or guarantees either expressed or implied.All examples cited or described in this document are presented as illustrations of the manner in which some IBM products can be used and the results that may be achieved. Actual environmental costs and performance characteristics will vary depending on individual client configurations and conditions.IBM Global Financing offerings are provided through IBM Credit Corporation in the United States and other IBM subsidiaries and divisions worldwide to qualified commercial and government clients. Rates are based on a client's credit rating, financing terms, offering type, equipment type and options, and may vary by country. Other restrictions may apply. Rates and offerings are subject to change, extension or withdrawal without notice.IBM is not responsible for printing errors in this document that result in pricing or information inaccuracies.All prices shown are IBM's United States suggested list prices and are subject to change without notice; reseller prices may vary.IBM hardware products are manufactured from new parts, or new and serviceable used parts. Regardless, our warranty terms apply.Any performance data contained in this document was determined in a controlled environment. Actual results may vary significantly and are dependent on many factors including system hardware configuration and software design and configuration. Some measurements quoted in this document may have been made on development-level systems. There is no guarantee these measurements will be the same on generally-available systems. Some measurements quoted in this document may have been estimated through extrapolation. Users of this document should verify the applicable data for their specific environment.

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