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© 2009 IBM Corporation Data Warehouse Solutions on System z - Doing more with what you have! - Doing more with what you have! Beth Hamel Product Manager for Data Warehouse Solutions on System z September 2009
Information Management Software © 2009 IBM Corporation The Strengths of System z for Data Warehousing and BI Many System z customers already use System z for Data Warehouse and BI IBM is responding to customer demand with new DB2 features, new software offerings and improved hardware performance and efficiency. Customers want to leverage their existing System z infrastructure Costs can be reduced through the utilization of existing processors, people, and practices. Cost savings may also be achieved through a consolidation approach. New BI trends map well to the strengths of DB2 for z/OS and System z Distinction is blurring between warehouse and OLTP databases due to new trends like Dynamic Warehouse and Operational BI, driving the need for: mixed workload support, increased reliability, availability, security, and compliance in a DWH. Specialty processors and the new z10 provide additional ways to optimize costs zIIPs and IFLs are driving down hardware and software costs; DWH/BI can make excellent use of these processors, ultimately driving cost advantages. Z10 processors are delivering excellent speeds and feeds, at lower cost.
Information Management Software © 2009 IBM Corporation The Changing Data Warehouse Market The data warehouse is a mission-critical system, with data warehouses serving in an increasingly mixed workload capacity, including as a data source for online applications. "Deep mining analysts and business analysts are running less-structured but equally complex queries and fast running tactical queries, each with differing service-level expectations. These differing workloads are all competing for CPU, memory and disk access. At the same time, data latency continues to progress from batch to continuous loading demands. Publication Date: 23 December 2008/ID Number: G00163473; © 2008 Gartner, Inc. and/or its Affiliates. All Rights Reserved.
Information Management Software © 2009 IBM Corporation Data Warehouse and BI System z Solution Information Server for System z DB2 for z/OS OLTP data Data Warehouse Cognos 8 BI for System z Serving Up Consolidated Enterprise BI Complete ETL Solution The Enterprise Data Warehouse InfoSphere Warehouse Cubing Services InfoSphere Warehouse SQW Source Systems : DB2 IMS VSAM Combining the Reliability and Availability of DB2 for z/OS with Cost Effective Applications running on Linux for System z InfoSphere Replication Server
Information Management Software © 2009 IBM Corporation InfoSphere Warehouse on System z Adds core data warehouse and analytics capability to DB2 for z/OS: Advanced physical database modeling and design In-database data movement and manipulation capabilities of SQL Warehouse Tool (SQW) Optimize multidimensional reporting and analysis of data with Cubing Services 5 Cognos Excel z/OS Linux on System z OLTP DB2 DWH DB2 SQW MDX Queries Cubing Services IW Design Studio
Information Management Software © 2009 IBM Corporation Four Simple Steps to your new DB2 for z/OS Warehouse 6 1.Model your data for OLAP access using the InfoSphere Warehouse Design Studio 2.Populate your star schema using InfoSphere Warehouse SQW Scripts 3.Build one or more Cube structures using the InfoSphere Warehouse Design Studio 4.Access data through Excel or Cognos MDX queries InfoSphere Warehouse Design Studio Cognos Excel System z Environment Improved with InfoSphere Warehouse z/OS Linux on System z OLTP DB2 DWH DB2 SQW MDX Queries Cubing Services 1 2 3 4
Information Management Software © 2009 IBM Corporation Ultimate Consolidation Opportunity z/OS LPAR Enterprise Data Warehouse z/OS LPAR Enterprise Data Warehouse z/OS LPAR Operational System (OLTP) z/OS LPAR Operational System (OLTP) z/VM LPAR Information Server 8.1 DataStage and QualityStage Data Sharing Group Data Sharing Group DB2 for z/OS ELT InfoSphere Warehouse 9.5.2 SQW and Cubing Services Cognos BI Server 8.4 BI and Reporting Consolidation of mission- critical data on System z Leveraging existing environment, high availability, backup and governance procedures as well as skills Efficient data movement within a data sharing group (no network) Performance and TCO improvements through cubing services (data marts) and DB2 enhancements Complex transformations and data quality are driven from Linux on System z with Information Server Linux on System z
Information Management Software © 2009 IBM Corporation Reference Materials Relevant System z DW/BI Redbooks: http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/sg247637.html http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/redpieces/abstracts/sg247674.html http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/redpieces/abstracts/sg247679.html http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/redp4514.html 3 more currently in progress: Cognos on System z, Data Collocation, InfoSphere Warehouse Cognos 8 BI Performance Whitepaper: http://www-03.ibm.com/support/techdocs/atsmastr.nsf/WebIndex/WP101437 More: http://www-01.ibm.com/software/data/businessintelligence/systemz/
Information Management Software © 2009 IBM Corporation
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