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1 Customer Viewable

2 HPUX 11i Roadmap HP-UX 11i Roadmap This document is the HP-UX 11i Roadmap. This document represents the current plan and should not be considered a commitment. For specific delivery dates please refer to the BSTO marketing team. The contents of this document are subject to change without notice and will be change based on HPs execution needs or requirement base on specific economic conditions.

3 HPUX 11i Roadmap operating environment goals have a competitively equal or better feature set than all other UNIX operating systems continue to increase the visibility to HP- UX, its strengths and its mainstream UNIX leadership in the market ensure that HP-UX is the best UNIX for: multi-OS environments deployment from Windows/Linux development transition to IA-64 hp-ux 11i HP Confidential Page 3

4 HPUX 11i Roadmap dh brown os competitive position Reliability Scalability Workload and bandwidth management Java Optimization Web Application Support Web Application Server Options hp-ux 11i Solaris 8 Aix 4.X hp-ux 11i Solaris 8 Aix 4.X hp-ux 11i Solaris 8 Aix 4.X hp-ux 11i Solaris 8 Aix 4.X hp-ux 11i Solaris 8 Aix 4.X hp-ux 11i Solaris 8 Aix 4.X HP Confidential Page 4

5 HPUX 11i Roadmap JPIU HP-UX 11i operating environments HP-UX OS Network Drivers Web QoS peak Apache web server Ignite/UX Java Environment (RTE, JDK, JPI) ServiceControl Manager Sys. Config. Repository Software Distributor/UX Netscape directory server (Planet Enterprise) keberos PAM EMS framework CIFS Client & Server OnlineJFS 3.3 Glanceplus pack Mirror Disk/UX Process Resource Mgr Event Monitor Services (EMS HA Monitors) · OpenView Performance Agent · Single-system Event and Availability Management MC/ServiceGuard HP-UX Workload Manager Host Intrusion Detection ServiceGuard NFS toolkit Enterprise Cluster Mgmt. toolkit HP-UX 11i mission-critical OE HP-UX 11i enterprise OE HP-UX 11i OE Note: HP-UX future plans subject to changeCustomer Viewable

6 Get the operating environment that fits your needs Less time spent performing system integration Fast time to install/deployment, spent less system admin resources Enjoy monetary savings Simpler ordering Spend less time managing support contracts Support for the use of Linux as a low cost development platform for HP-UX mission critical applications. Develop on Linux, deploy on HPUX. Easy migration to OE from OS and discrete components. HP-UX 11i OE features and benefits Three different operating environments integrated environment tested by HP no codeword required for layered product installation bundle pricing provides discounts vs. individual pricing single line item to order single line item support Comprehensive multi-OS support Next generation of OS and discrete components Note: HP-UX future plans subject to change Customer Viewable

7 HPUX 11i Roadmap HP-UX 11i mission-critical OE HP-UX 11i enterprise OE Note: HP-UX future plans subject to changeCustomer Viewable HP-UX 11i OE Examples of Independent Software Products: OpenviewiPlanet Web Server VxVM Product C++ compilerMetroclusters WebQoS Premium IPSec/9000 SNA+2 Link Server HP-UX CDSA Examples of Unsupported Software Products Mobile IPv4perlIPv6 Early Release Linux Porting KitCIFS migration toolFiber Channel manager HP-UX 11i software offering

8 HPUX 11i Roadmap file/print HP runs its business worldwide on HP-UX servers! HP-UX HP 9000 enterprise server data center (corporate critical) enterprise (business critical) application (department critical) web serving applications HPUX OEs Current PA-RISC Position Windows HP netserver netware HP netserver Linux HP netserver HP-UX 11i OE market position roadmap HPUX OEs hosted on IA-64 platforms Note: HP-UX future plans subject to changeCustomer Viewable

9 HPUX 11i Roadmap HP 11i OEs release on HP Superdome Platform HP 11i OEs become primary OS delivery agent on PA-RISC Platform HP 11i OEs provide hardware independent operating environment Note: HP-UX future plans subject to change HP-UX 11i OE vision roadmap HP 11i OEs release on IA-64 Platform Q400 Q201Q301 Q402 Customer Viewable

10 HPUX 11i Roadmap HP-UX 11i OE release model Note: HP-UX future plans subject to change Platform Update Q201 Q401Q301Q102 Q201 Platform OS Bonus Pack OS Bonus Pack OS Bonus Pack OS Bonus Pack Updated ISU New ISUs Updated ISU Obsolete ISUs New ISU Customer Viewable

11 HPUX 11i Roadmap HP-UX 11i OE releases Note: HP-UX future plans subject to change Platform Update Platform Update OS Bonus Pack Nokia WAP Demo Product 2.0 IPv6 Dev. Env. VxVM Fast Resynch Option Q201 Q301 OS Bonus Pack IPv6 Phase 1 VxVM works with MC/SG CVM Base CVM Full Product vPars on N & L Class Processor Sets Real Time Ext. OS Bonus Pack vPars on SD OS Bonus Pack Q102 Q401 Increasing OE functionality Binary Compatibility Customer Viewable

12 HPUX 11i Roadmap HP-UX 11i HP-UX Enhancements Note: HP-UX future plans subject to change Update OE number ???? Nokia WAP Demo Product 2.0 IPv6 Dev. Env. MC/ServiceGuard VxVM Fast Resynch Option Q201 Q301 Binary Compatibility IPv6 Phase 1 VxVM works with MC/SG CVM Base CVM Full Product vPars on N & L Class Processor Sets Real Time Ext. Q102 Q401 OE number ???+1 vPars on SD Work in progress (Do not distribute) Customer Viewable

13 HPUX 11i Roadmap ODC HP-UX 11i PA-RISC Only OE Support nPartitions per-processor licensing fast boot Q400 Q201Q102Q402 HP-UX 11i version 1.5 IA-64 Only 32&64bit PA apps secure internet transactions fast encryption VxVM Base online-JFS Web Server Linux(IA-64) developer release HP-UX 11i version 1.6 IA-64 Only bin.compat with HP-UX 11i v.1.5 Linux ABIs ISV support MxN threads CIFS Optimized NFS LVM OV support HP-UX 11i version 2 2H03 HP-UX 11i version 3 Hardware Independent 128way scaling HW Isolation Full VDC/ODC dynamic tunables OL* memory/CPU DLKM Patching Binary Compatibility Hardware Independent OE Support Full dynamic vPar Dyna. loadable drivers Next gen. CIFS Real Time Ext. TB FS Veritas CFS&CVM Kernel ABI IPv6 WAP 2.0 Proxy Linux(PA&IA) Customer Viewable HP-UX 11i operating system release roadmap

14 HPUX 11i Roadmap HP-UX 11 4Q00Q201Q102Q402 HP-UX 11i Version 1.5 HP-UX 11i Version 1 HP-UX 11i Version 2 HP-UX 11i Version 3 HP-UX 11i Version 1.6 2H03 Note: HP-UX future plans subject to change OE Release Independence Release ??? Release Itanium Release Consolidation Release HP-UX 11i operating system release roadmap Customer Viewable

15 HPUX 11i Roadmap Note: HP-UX future plans subject to change HPUX 11i OE and OS release and update model 4Q00Q2011H022H022H03 HP-UX 11i Version 1 HP-UX 11i Version 1.5 HP-UX 11i Version 1.6 HP-UX 11i Version 3 HP-UX 11i Version 2 OE Release OE Release OE Release OE Release OE Release OE Release OE Release OE Update OE Update OE Update OE Update OE Update OE Update OE Update Customer Viewable

16 HPUX 11i Roadmap Note: HP-UX future plans subject to change PA-RISC only HP-UX 11i version 1 functionality Development Tools PA shared libraries DCE RPC Open GL Open Source Tool Kit CDE/Xt/Motif HP-UX Dev Kit HP-UX MLIB HP-UX STK Languages Perl-32&64Bit C/ANSI C Dev HP aC++ Fortran90 Japan Fort90 mnl Java 3D Dev Java Plug-in Java2 JRE 1.2 Java2 SDK 1.2 OO Cobol RTS Security RSA libs Admin Utilities Cold Install CXperf HP-UX Install Utilities (IUX) Glance + M/M OV GlancePlus Pak (English) OV GlancePlus Pak (Japanese) System Functions DLKM I/O Networking Fast Ethernet LAN - 100BT GigaBit Ethernet LAN - SX & T Storage Adapters Fibre Channel - switched and AL SCSI - FWD and Ultra2 ISUs HP Apache based Web Server Netscape Communicator (v4.75) File Systems Base VxVM (3.1) HP JFS(3.3) HP MPI HP OnlineJFS(3.3) HP VxVM (3.1) System Attributes PPL Customer Viewable, NDA Required

17 HPUX 11i Roadmap Note: HP-UX future plans subject to change IA-64 only HP-UX 11i version 1.5 functionality Development Tools Aries 32&64bit PA apps support PA shared libraries Linux API (IA-64) Cross Dev on PA DCE RPC Open GL Open Source Tool Kit CDE/Xt/Motif and Xlibx HP-UX Dev Kit HP-UX MLIB HP-UX STK Languages Perl-32&64Bit C/ANSI C Dev HP aC++ Fortran90 Japan Fort90 mnl Java 3D Dev Java Plug-in Java2 JRE 1.2 Java2 SDK 1.2 OO Cobol RTS Security RSA libs Admin Utilities Cold Install (IUX) SD and SAM (PA) CXperf Glance + M/M OV GlancePlus Pak (English) OV GlancePlus Pak (Japanese) System Functions DLKM I/O(IA) Networking Fast Ethernet LAN - 100BT GigaBit Ethernet LAN - SX & T Storage Adapters Fibre Channel - switched and AL SCSI - FWD and Ultra2 ISUs HP Apache based Web Server File Systems Base VxVM (3.1) HP JFS(3.3) HP MPI HP OnlineJFS(3.3) HP VxVM (3.1) System Attributes PPL 3rd Party and ISV Products OmniBack II 3.5 (PA) Oracle datebase Netscape Communicator (v4.75) Additions for Tech Server MLIB MPI LIB Customer Viewable, NDA Required

18 HPUX 11i Roadmap Note: HP-UX future plans subject to change IA-64 only - All of the functionality of HPUX 11i Version 1.5 plus: HP-UX 11i version 1.6 functionality Development Tools Linux ABI (IA-64 Only) Availability MC/ServiceGuard (v11.09) Security IPSecurity System Functions MxN threads File System NFS Over TCP NFS 3.0 Performance optimized to SPEC sfsV2 File Systems CIFS/9000 Server CIFS/9000 Client LVM HP JFS(3.5) ISU Omni Back OV Network Node manager ITO and PRM ISV Support Extensive List of more than 30 Customer Viewable, NDA Required

19 HPUX 11i Roadmap Note: HP-UX future plans subject to change PA-RISC and IA-64 HP-UX 11i version 2 functionality Operating Environments OE Base OE Enterprise OE Mission Critical Development Tools Aries 32&64bit support Kernel Driver ABI Linux API (PA & IA) Availability Cell OLA DLKM I/O Full Processor Dealloc & iCOD OLD I/O Scaliablity 128 way boot 128 way DSS & Tech App Perf 64-way SDET Security Next Gen. CIFS LDAP address mgmt, pthread-safe Next generation audit Root containment / Access control Root file protection Secure defaults, config Support for long file names System Functions Memory Locality Shared Memory Support for PRM Shared Memory Teardown Unified Cache Buffer MxN threads Kernel Driver ABI Multiple Add. Space on IA Networking NFS Over TCP 10 Gbit/s Ethernet TCP Offload Engines Storage iSCSI Wireless IPv6 WAP 2.0 Proxy Real Time Ext. Deterministic Response ISUs Fully Dynamic vPars File Systems VxVM 3.2 (rootability) 2 TB FS HP JFS(3.3) JFS 3.5 Veritas CFS & CVM HardWare Processor Sets Mako in Pinnacles Guadelupe HW/SW Liberation Customer Viewable, NDA Required

20 HPUX 11i Roadmap HP Virtual Partitions key features / core functionality is available for free with HP-UX 11i release / support of HP 9000 L-Class, N-Class, Superdome (including nPartition) / support of multiple HP-UX instances (HP-UX 11i and later) / different virtual partitions can run different versions of HP-UX / single CPU granularity (virtual partition may contain single CPU) / L-Class - recommended up to 2 virtual partitions (max. 4) / N-Class - recommended up to 4 virtual partitions (max. 8) / Superdome - recommended up to 32 virtual partitions (max. 64) / dynamic reassignment of CPUs across virtual partitions / software fault isolation (application, name space, OS and kernel isolation) / individual reconfiguration and reboot, e.g. for rolling upgrades (virtual partitions dont affect each other) / command line interface (in future via GUI – Second Release) / single toggle console (in future consolidated console) / combine with PRM, HP-UX WLM, ServiceControl Manager, and MC/ServiceGuard Shipment for L, N-Class 3Q01 (Superdome after N and L)

21 HPUX 11i Roadmap vPars technical overview a single physical server may be soft- partitioned into multiple virtual servers (virtual partitions) each virtual partition (vPar) runs an independent instance of HP-UX, providing complete name-space isolation vPars may run separate release and patch levels of HP-UX using vPars, multiple applications or multiple instances of the same application may coexist without kernel or user resource or name-space conflicts vPars may be individually reconfigured and rebooted vPars may be administered via SCM or separately via SAM or other tools vPar Monitor HP-UX Revisio n A.1 HP-UX Revisio n A.2 HP-UX Revisio n B.3 Dept. A App 1 Dept. B App 2 Dept. B App 3

22 HPUX 11i Roadmap vPars logical overview Hardware Platform / Hard Partition vPar Monitor HP-UX Revision A Patch Lvl 1 HP-UX Revision A Patch Lvl 2 HP-UX Revision B Patch Lvl 1 Dept. A App 1 Dept. B App 2 creates illusion of many separate hardware platforms manages shared physical resources monitors health of operating system instances multiple applications or multiple instances or versions of the same application no name space or resource conflicts each operating system instance tailored specifically for the application(s) it hosts operating systems instances are given a user-defined portion of the physical resources no name space or resource conflicts supported on L-, N- and Superdome- Class systems no additional platform support required

23 HP Virtual Partitions: multiple applications on the same server with software isolation increased system utilization partitioning a single physical server or hard partition into multiple virtual partitions for L, N-class, and Superdome increased flexibility multiple independent instances of HP-UX dynamic CPU migration across virtual partitions increased isolation application (including name space) isolation across virtual partitions OS (kernel) isolation individual reconfiguration and reboot HP-UX Revisio n A.1 HP-UX Revisio n A.2 HP-UX Revisio n B.3 Dept. A App 1 Dept. B App 2 Dept. B App 3 Base product for free! Base product for free!

24 HPUX 11i Roadmap HP Partitioning Continuum for Always On Technical Positioning Hard Partitions with multiple nodes Hard Partitions within a node Virtual Partitions within a hard partition Resource Partitions HyperPlex nPartitions Virtual partitions PRM (Process Resource Manager) WLM (Workload Manager) Isolation highest degree of separation Flexibility highest degree of dynamic capabilities –complete hardware and software isolation –node granularity –multiple OS images –hardware isolation per cell –complete software isolation –cell granularity –multiple OS images –complete software isolation –CPU granularity –multiple OS images –dynamic resource allocation –automatic goal- based resource allocation via set SLOs –share (%) granularity –1 OS image

25 VxVM/CVM 3.1 Product Description (Slide 1) FeatureBase VxVM/CVMCVM Add-On VxVM Add-On B7961AA B9116AA B9117AA Concatenation Spanning Striping GUI (VMSA) Resizing Volumes Disk Group Support Free-space management Support for co-existence of VxVM with LVM on same system DMP for active-passive devices DMP for active/active devices- Conversion utilities Mirroring of user-data disks- (no root mirroring) Striped Mirrors (RAID 0+1)- N/S Log-based mirror recoveries- Oracle Resilvering- Hot-sparing/Hot Relocation- Online Data Migration- Snapshot - Note: HP-UX future plans subject to change Customer viewable

26 VxVM/CVM 3.1 Product Description (Slide 2) FeatureBase VxVM/CVMCVM Add-On VxVM Add-On B7961AA B9116AA B9117AA Task monitorVxVM only N/S Online Relayout N/S Mirrored Stripes (RAID 1+0) - RAID-5 - N/S Support for MC/SG Support for SG OPS EditionBase CVM- only # Support for mixed clusters Multiple node cluster support4 MC/SG 8 MC/SG4MC/SG 2 OPS # 4 OPS Rolling Upgrade support Online Reconfiguration for Diskgroup activated shared diskgroupson at most 1 node # N/ADiskgroup activated on any # of nodes (up to 4) Note: HP-UX future plans subject to change Customer viewable

27 Linux strategy for HP-UX 11i Milestones Linux API on IA - Q201 Linux ABI on IA - Q302 Linux API on PA - Q402 WebGain Studio for integrated windows app. dev. env. (IDE) targeting HP-UX11develop and debug on IA-32/windows and deploy optimized java code on HP-UX 11i java optimization tools for optimizing java run-time environment. hp j-meter, hp j- config, etc. (available free from hp.com/java) Use IA-based HPUX or Linux as a low cost development platform for HP-UX mission critical applications Linux being ported onto PA (A, L, and N class) in 2H2000 HP believes that Linux has a role to play in: low-end and midrange server environments appliances application development develop on Linux or Windows and deploy on HP-UX 11i Note: HP-UX future plans subject to change Customer viewable

28 dynamically tunable kernel parameters for HP-UX 11i OEs core_addshmem_read core_addshmem_write (VM) shared memory segments in application core dumps maxuprc (PM) maximum number of processes per user shmmax (VM) shared memory maximum size shmseg (VM) shared memory segment size maxfiles_lim* (FS) maximum number of files maxtsiz (VM) maximum text segment size maxtsiz_ 64bit* (VM) maximum text segment size - 64 bit msgmax (PM) maximum number of messages msgmnb (PM) maximum number of bytes msg queue scsi_max_qdepth (IO) depth of SCSI I/O queue semmsl * per process goal is reduction of reboots by 50% Note: HP-UX future plans subject to change Not customer viewable

29 Base VxVM/CVM Add-On Functionality for HP-UX 11i OEs Feature Base VxVM/CVM Concatenation Spanning Striping GUI (VMSA) Resizing Volumes Disk Group Support Free-space mgmt Support for co-existence of VxVM with LVM on same system DMP for act.-passive devices DMP for act./act. devices Conversion utilities Task monitor (VxVM only) Supt. for MC/SG Supt. for SG/OPS Supt. mixed clusters Multiple node cluster supt. 4 MC/SG or 2 OPS Rolling Upgd supt. Online Reconf. for shared diskgroup 1 node only # # Base CVM only VxVM/CVM is compatible with the OEs and needs to be purchased separately Note: HP-UX future plans subject to change - # Customer viewable

30 VxVM/CVM Add-On Functionality for HP-UX 11i OEs Note: HP-UX future plans subject to change Customer viewable Feature VxVMCVM DMP for act./act. devices Mirroring of user-data disks (no root mirroring) Striping + Mirroring (RAID 0+1) N/S Log-based mirror recoveries Oracle Resilvering Hot-sparing/Hot Relocation Online Data Migration Snapshot Task monitor N/S Online Relayout N/S Mirrored Stripes (RAID 1+0) RAID-5 N/S Supt. for MC/SG Supt. for SG/OPS# Supt. mixed clusters Multiple node cluster supt 8 MC/SG 4 MC/SG 4 OPS # Online Reconfiguration for N/ADiskgroup shared diskgroups activated on 93any # of nodes (up to 4) # Base CVM only

31 VxVM/CVM 3.1 Product Description (Slide 1) FeatureBase VxVM/CVMCVM Add-On VxVM Add-On B7961AA B9116AA B9117AA Concatenation Spanning Striping GUI (VMSA) Resizing Volumes Disk Group Support Free-space management Support for co-existence of VxVM with LVM on same system DMP for active-passive devices DMP for active/active devices- Conversion utilities Mirroring of user-data disks- (no root mirroring) Striped Mirrors (RAID 0+1)- N/S Log-based mirror recoveries- Oracle Resilvering- Hot-sparing/Hot Relocation- Online Data Migration- Snapshot - Note: HP-UX future plans subject to change Customer viewable

32 VxVM/CVM 3.1 Product Description (Slide 2) FeatureBase VxVM/CVMCVM Add-On VxVM Add-On B7961AA B9116AA B9117AA Task monitorVxVM only N/S Online Relayout N/S Mirrored Stripes (RAID 1+0) - RAID-5 - N/S Support for MC/SG Support for SG OPS EditionBase CVM- only # Support for mixed clusters Multiple node cluster support4 MC/SG 8 MC/SG4MC/SG 2 OPS # 4 OPS Rolling Upgrade support Online Reconfiguration for Diskgroup activated shared diskgroupson at most 1 node # N/ADiskgroup activated on any # of nodes (up to 4) Note: HP-UX future plans subject to change Customer viewable

33 vPars strategy for HP-UX 11i Milestones vPars on L and N class systems - Q301 vPars on Superdome - Q401 Full dynamic vPars (include dynamic CPU migration and dynamic memory addition) Q402 vPars Licensing System will ship with demo license that includes two partitions: Unlimited partition and 1 CPU limited partition. vPars: The HP-UX 11i Virtual Machine Environment Note: HP-UX future plans subject to change Customer viewable

34 CIFS strategy for HP-UX 11i Milestones CIFS/9000 on IA - Q201 NG CIFS/9000 client – Q402 CIFS/9000 server based on Samba 2.2 targeted for release in 1H2002 Next Generation CIFS client may include ACL support, ONC AutoFS and byte-range locking Bi-directional access between HP-UX and Windows as well as HP-UX and HP-UX Note: HP-UX future plans subject to change Customer viewable


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