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1 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. O pen VMS to Itanium Kirk Bresniker Vice President, Chief Technologist and HP Fellow HP Business Critical Systems

2 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. 2 Project Odyssey redefines your mission-critical experience COMPLETE MISSION-CRITICAL EXPERIENCE Simplify & Unify IT Always-On Resiliency Dynamic Optimization Investment Protection & Stability OpenVMSNonStop Continued innovations in established mission-critical Making mission-critical x86 a reality

3 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. 3 Hundreds of thousands of systems installed, millions of users HP OpenVMS: Mission-critical & Secure Computing OpenVMS provides core IT infrastructure for: Mobile telecom billing systems scaling to millions of users World’s largest CPU chip manufacturer Majority of automated lottery systems Prominent futures and derivative exchanges worldwide Major hospitals Government offices worldwide demanding security & high availability

4 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. 4 Benefits with OpenVMS V8.4 How OpenVMS V8.4 meet customer expectations Quality + Stability + Reliability = Peace of mind for users Taking gold standard clustering to the next level with IPCI Instant expansion and extension with ongoing business growth Unyielding security Simplified system management and maintenance OpenVMS v8.4

5 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. 5 What’s new with OpenVMS V8.4 FeatureBenefits HP Integrity Virtual Machine guest support Enables OpenVMS to be part of a Converged Infrastructure, offering increased server utilization, reduced floor space and power costs, and faster deployment of new environments Share hardware resources among a number of operating system instances that are running side ‑ by ‑ side on the same server Allows you to dynamically and automatically adjust the resources used by a virtual machine based on need I/O Enhancements HP Virtual Connect Flex-10 support with NC532m 10GbE Mezzanine adapter on Integrity server blades 8 Gbps Fibre Channel Stand-up PCIe HBA on Integrity rx2800 i2 and Mezzanine adapter on Integrity server blades 6 Gbps Smart Array SAS Controller on Integrity rx2800 i2 Benefits: Help increase overall system I/O bandwidth, improve server virtualization capabilities, consolidate workloads and provide the benefits of latest I/O technology advancements.

6 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. 6 What’s new with OpenVMS V8.4 FeatureBenefits Clusters over TCP/IP Efficiencies to cluster interconnect technology − Reduce the need to route dedicated systems communications services traffic over costly LAN bridging or Layer 2 services Volume shadowing with an increase of up to six member disks An increase to six supported shadow sets, with balanced multi-site cluster − Improve availability by reducing the time needed to write a copy of the data to disk and synchronizing or merging data following a disk failure. Enhancements to the mini copy and mini merge functions improve availability by reducing the time needed to write a copy of the data to disk and synchronizing or merging data following a disk failure.

7 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. 7 What’s new with OpenVMS V8.4 FeatureBenefits Storage enhancements New compression feature in the backup utility allows − create and restore compressed savesets (archived data format) on disks and magnetic tapes − compression of data reduces bandwidth needed for data traffic, lowering strain on the network Maximum volume supported in SCSI disk volumes is increased from 1 TiB to 2 TiB RMS support for larger block size Simplified System management Matrix Operating Environment support OpenVMS V8.4 − enables OpenVMS nodes to be managed through the Matrix OE central management server. − With OpenVMS V8.4 as a guest OS on an Integrity Virtual Machine, Matrix OE enables management of physical and virtual resources through a single, easy-to- use GUI Automate the installation of the operating system, application of license product authorization keys, and configuration of TCP/IP on up to eight Integrity servers simultaneously

8 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. 8 What’s new with OpenVMS V8.4 FeatureBenefits Two operating environments Streamlined operating environment (OE) portfolio is reduced to only two OEs—Base OE and High Availability OE—to better match your business requirements. Robust security Strengthen the use of the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol with a refresh based on the new openssl.org base level—0.9.8h Improve authentication using LDAP by adding the mapping of the login name to the VMS username in an Active Directory environment Support Intel 9300 based servers Support the Intel 9300 based blade systems that include BL860c i2, BL870c i2 and BL890c i2. Support Intel 9300 based 2U rackmount systems that include rx2800 i2 servers.

9 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. 9 Components of Converged Infrastructure in an OpenVMS environment OpenVMS in a Converged Infrastructure Virtual Resource Pools Modular Infrastructure - i2 blades and StorageWorks arrays, HPVM Guest FlexFabric supported with scalable blade links & support for Virtual Connect & Flex-10 Data Centre Smart Grid with Integrity platform and OpenVMS power management capability Matrix Operating Environment with support for Insight Control via HP SIM IPM, HP Insight Dynamics - VSE Eliminate islands of legacy applications & monolithic Exceed SLAs with reduced resources Eliminate downtime Integrity Server Blades with HP OpenVMS

10 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. 10 Industry-leading integrated infrastructure management Always-on resiliencyScale up, out, and within OpenVMS V8.4 on BL8x0c i2 servers New Integrity Systems have flexible Mission-Critical Server blades combined with the efficiency of HP BladeSystem to accelerate IT effectiveness: “World’s first scalable blades built on the industry’s #1 blade infrastructure” save time, conserve valuable IT resources, and simplify daily operations keeps businesses running without interruption to meet any business demands with maximum flexibility & offering industry’s first 8 socket scale-up server blade

11 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. 11 Increased network scalability and configuration flexibility with up to 20x increase in networking bandwidth Virtual Connect Flex-10 for integrity Up to twenty times higher bandwidth Four times more connections Up to 20% less power per core Enabling workload mobility for any mission critical application Oracle, SAS BL860c i2BL870c i2BL890c i2 Built-In Flex-10 VC module + VC 3.0 FW 16 FlexNICs32 FlexNICs64 FlexNICs Add Flex-10 Capable mezz cards 24 FlexNICs48 FlexNICs64 FlexNICs Wire-once and change data center connections on the fly with up to 128 FlexNICs scalability OpenVMS Support upto 52 NICs on a Blade system 20x20%4x

12 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. 12 OpenVMS V8.4 on rx2800 i2 servers OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCEOUT-OF-THE-BOX SAVINGSCOMPACT SCALING Increase productivity with industry-leading IT tools With new remote management, control servers from anywhere, at anytime Maximize resources with up to 58% lower TCO Lower power usage and advance energy efficiency with ENERGY STAR® compliant server Run OpenVMS workloads with outstanding performance, scale, and resiliency in a 2U footprint Up to 9x performance boost vs. previous generation servers

13 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. 13 Improved resiliency OpenVMS V8.4 on rx2800 i2 servers I/OMemoryProcessing PCIe Advanced Error Reporting PCIe link cyclic redundancy check Isolated I/O buses for error containment Double-chip sparing & ECC Pro-active memory scrubbing Address/control parity checking Error correction codes (ECC), parity protection Soft Error hardened latches Cache Safe technology I/O PCIe Advanced Error Reporting PCIe link cyclic redundancy check Isolated I/O buses for error containment OpenVMS HP mission-critical services Data center infrastructure

14 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. 14 Continuously delivering mission-critical solutions for over 30 years! HP OpenVMS Roadmap Future OpenVMS v8.4 Update 500 New Integrity rack-mount support Virtual Connect/Flex10 support Update 600 Advance power capping and IPM support 10 GbE cards on rx2800 i2 support P812 6G SAS support (with D2600/D2700) on rx2800 i2 OpenVMS v8.4 Update 700 SAS HBA mode support on rx2800 i2 SSD support on i2 servers SCSI support on rx2800 i2 P711m controller and 6Gb/s SAS BL Switch P2000 G3 SAS array D2200sb Storage Blade Virtual Connect FlexFabric 10 Gb/24-port module OpenVMS v8.4 “Poulson” processor support New hardware enablement Security updates Enhanced system management and virtualization capability Compilers enhancements

15 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. 15 Continuously delivering mission-critical solutions for over 30 years! HP OpenVMS Detailed Roadmap Currently supportedComing next Platform enablement Support for BL8x0c i2 & rx2800 i2 EVA P6300/P6500 LTO5 support D2D support 6Gb SAS support 10GbE support on BL8x0c i2 ESL G3 Tape Libraries 8 GB, 16GB DIMMS support on rx2800 i2 450GB, 600GB SAS Disks support on BL8x0c i2 & rx2800 i2 900GB SAS Disk support on BL8x0c i2 SCSI support on rx2800 i2 SAS HBA mode support on rx2800 i2 SSD support on BL8x0c i2 & rx2800 i2 VC FlexFabric 10GbE/24-port module ( B21) support “Support for “Poulson” based blades and rackmount servers 3PAR support FireMV graphics card support on rx2800 i2 Archive Backup System (ABS) V4.5 update

16 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. 16 Continuously delivering mission-critical solutions for over 30 years! HP OpenVMS Detailed Roadmap Currently supportedComing next System Management, Virtualization & Layered Product update Support for HP SIM 6.2 SMH V2.2-1 for BL8x0c i2 & rx2800 i2 VC Flex-10 support with BL8x0c i2 Integrity VM v4.3 PK2 support Disk File Optimizer (DFO) 2TB support Operations Manager HTTPS Agent V8.6 refresh OMW 9 support ”Poulson” support HP-RTR support on RHEL 6.0, 6.1 & 6.2 Security & Networking Kerberos V3.2 Secure OS Delivery TCP/IP V5.7 update SSL 0.9.8w plus security fixes SSL refresh TCP/IP V5.7 update DECnet ECO release UNIX Interoperability & Migration GNV V3.0-1 Open source product updates

17 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. 17 Continuously delivering mission-critical solutions for over 30 years! HP OpenVMS Detailed Roadmap Currently supportedComing next Application Development – Compilers & Deployment Tools Basic V1.7 ECO kit (Integrity) C V7.3 ECO Kit (Integrity & Alpha) C++ V7.4 (Integrity), C++ V7.3 (Alpha) COBOL V3.0 ECO kit (Integrity) & V2.9 (Alpha) DECset V12.8 (Integrity & Alpha) Distributed NetBeans V6.5.2 (Integrity & Alpha) OpenView Rdb SPI V8 (Integrity & Alpha) Java V5, Java V6 (Integrity only) Pascal V6.1 ECO kit (Integrity & Alpha) Fortran V8.2 ECO kit (Integrity) C V7.3 ECO kit (Integrity) C++ V7.3 ECO kit (Alpha) C++ V8.0 (Integrity) COBOL V2.9 ECO kit (Alpha) DECset V12.8 ECO kit (Integrity & Alpha) Fortran V8.2 ECO kit (Alpha)

18 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. 18 Continuously delivering mission-critical solutions for over 30 years! HP OpenVMS Detailed Roadmap Currently supportedComing next Application Modernization & Integration Infrastructure CSWS V2.2 (Apache V based) CSWS_PHP V2.2 upgrade (PHP V based) Perl V5.8.6 Tomcat (JSP) V Secure Web Browser (based on SeaMonkey) V HP Firefox Web Browser V (Integrity only) DCE V3.2 WSIT V3.4-1 Tomcat update Perl V5.10.x Secure Web Browser (based on SeaMonkey V2.4.x) update Firefox update

19 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. 19 HP OpenVMS Service Support Roadmap * Prior Version Support (PVS) or Standard Support will be provided on these versions at least through December ** w/24 months prior expiration notice: A 24-month notification will be provided before support is ended. Standard Support ends when the 2 nd subsequent release ships. HP supports the current version and one back. Extended Engineering Support (EES) will be available at additional cost. EESExtended Engineering Support MPSMature Product Support PVSPrior Version Support SESustaining Engineering SSStandard Support VAX Alpha Integrity V8.2-1 V8.3* V8.3-1H1* V8.4 V6.2 & V6.2-1Hx V7.3-2* V8.2 V8.3* V8.4 All Versions PVS with SE/ SS MPS without SE PVS with SE until 30 th April 2014 PVS w/o SE PVS with SE** Standard Support** SS at least through December 2016** Standard SupportEES available until 30th April 2014 Standard SupportEES available until 30th April 2014 Standard Support** Standard Support at least through December 2020**

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