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© 2010 IBM Corporation Smarter Systems Innovation in Storage Rick Terry, Storage Brand Leader UKI IBM Systems and Technology Group
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© 2010 IBM Corporation Smarter Systems for a Smarter Planet 4 Welcome to the latest Era, the Smart Revolution Data is changing the game Scale and complexity bring new challenge Smarter systems for a smarter planet
© 2010 IBM Corporation Smarter Systems for a Smarter Planet 5 Todays data center is under pressure 7 out of 10 companies in the Global 1000 will need to modify their data centers to meet increased power and cooling requirements. 78% of CIOs want to improve the way they use and manage their data. 70 pence in every pound is spent maintaining current IT infrastructures rather than adding new capabilities.
© 2010 IBM Corporation Smarter Systems for a Smarter Planet 6 Scale and complexity bring new challenges A smarter planet requires real-time data analytics and security for unprecedented scale and complexity Terabytes of structured online data Petabytes of unstructured data including real-time streams Simple online transactions with back end processing Complex transactions integrated with real time analytics Online data security and intrusion detection Security analytics for intrusion prediction and prevention Data Security Transactions
© 2010 IBM Corporation Smarter Systems for a Smarter Planet 7 Number of Trades per Day increases Value per Trade decreases Extract more value from each trade Traditional workloads are changing
© 2010 IBM Corporation Smarter Systems for a Smarter Planet 8 Korean credit card company BC Card has 40M cardholders generating 3B transactions a year – and processes 10M authorizations a day. 40 million cardholders 3 billion transactions per year Traditional workloads are changing
© 2010 IBM Corporation Smarter Systems for a Smarter Planet 9 Two catalysts will dramatically change workload: Real-time fraud analytics and the addition of billions of mobile devices. Real-time fraud analytics Mobile devices as credit cards BC Card needs to extract more value from data: Predict and prevent fraud Improve customer loyalty Lower cost per transaction by an order of magnitude Traditional workloads are changing
© 2010 IBM Corporation Smarter Systems for a Smarter Planet 10 CenterPoint, a Houston-based utility, is ramping up to read 2.4 million smart meters at 15-minute intervals. New workloads are emerging
© 2010 IBM Corporation Smarter Systems for a Smarter Planet 11 Using Tivoli & WebSphere on BladeCenter, CenterPoint is migrating to Power Systems to handle operational analytics and scale. 85 billion meter reads per year 8 terabytes of data The insights generated will: Immediately detect outages Lower operational costs Allow consumers to adjust consumption for optimum rates New workloads are emerging
© 2010 IBM Corporation Smarter Systems for a Smarter Planet 12 A genetic research center led by University of Heidelberg is aggregating microscopic diagnostics and digital imaging with existing bioscience data. The center will generate up to 12 petabytes of data and 500 million files – to be shared by 40 institutions in multiple locations. Delivery models are expanding
© 2010 IBM Corporation Smarter Systems for a Smarter Planet 13 IBM Smart Business Storage Cloud will centralize and virtualize the data into a single storage environment. The center can: Share and store all types of data Save operating costs by scaling as data requirements grow Support intelligent load balancing and dynamic thin provisioning for high performance, scalability and availability Delivery models are expanding
© 2010 IBM Corporation Smarter Systems for a Smarter Planet 14 Virtualization Integration of servers, storage and networking Management Intelligent workload placement and mobility Security Trusted cloud and secure virtual infrastructure Availability High availability across data center Performance Integration and optimization System accelerators In memory and flash Scaling Dynamically adjust capacity at sustained performance Data Efficiency Analytics Encryption Compression De-duplication Archive Managed Services Managed Resiliency Server Managed Outsourcing Data Center End User Support Cloud Storage Development and Test Pre-integrated Smart Analytics System PureScale Application System Organizations need to rethink technology strategies
© 2010 IBM Corporation Smarter Systems for a Smarter Planet 15 IBM Smarter Systems February March July October z Enterprise Highly virtualized, inherently resilient, secure environment and Industrys first multi- architecture platform Power Systems Deep integration and optimization at every level for 5X performance and 7X power efficiency with Power7 System x System level innovation for x86 computing through 5th generation of Enterprise X- Architecture Broadest portfolio with leadership offerings in every segment System Storage A new era in midrange storage and higher performance and efficiency in high end storage
© 2010 IBM Corporation Smarter Systems for a Smarter Planet 16 1956 1993 2003 2010 Storage network virtualization IBM SAN Volume Controller provides single, centralized point of control over data in heterogeneous storage environments. First magnetic hard disk drive IBM 305 RAMAC (Random Access Method of Accounting and Control). Capacity of the 305's 50 two-foot diameter disks was 5 megabytes. First distributed storage IBM 9337 Disk Array Subsystem is first reliable storage system using multiple, low-cost disk drives as single logical unit. First Intelligent data placement IBM System Storage Easy Tier first to automatically move most active data to faster solid-state drives for real- time analysis and less urgent data to tape. Builds on IBM heritage of innovation and leadership in storage
© 2010 IBM Corporation Smarter Systems for a Smarter Planet 17 IBM investments in capabilities that unlock vast potential of data Analytics De-duplication Compression Encryption Archive Largest commercial math department $12B since 2005 on 20 acquisitions IBM Smart Analytics System-all platforms Tivoli Key Lifecycle Manager IBM Institute for Advanced Security Homomorphic encryption Real-time data compression from Storwize acquisition Deep Compression for DB2 Intelligent Archive integrated system appliance Global Archive Solutions Center ProtecTIER from Diligent acquisition HyperFactor algorithms and in- line processing Storage Acquisitions: 2007 Softek, Princeton Softech and Novus Consulting Group 2008 XIV, FilesX and Diligent 2010 Storwize, Inc.
© 2010 IBM Corporation Smarter Systems for a Smarter Planet 18 Summary The data center is being transformed by the deluge of data, number of transactions and increasing concerns about security. IBM offers a full line of Smarter Systems that address clients immediate needs and future demands. IBM investment in storage innovation provides the tools to help clients efficiently and effectively search, shrink, shuffle and otherwise manage data for competitive advantage.
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