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  • IFL (Integrated Facility for Linux) – Linux /// zIIP (z System Integrated Informaton Processor) – DB2 //// zAAP (z System Application Assist Processor) – Java //// CP (Central Processor) – z/OS ////// SAP (System Assistance Processor) – Runs the microcode ///// ICF ( Integrated Coupling Facility) – Enable IBM Mainframes to share data across systems //// Spare – Is used when another processor fails. zAAP on zIIP
  • zEC12 e zBC12 Hardware Overview

    1. 1. ©2014IBM Corporation zEnterprise EC12 & BC12 Hardware Overview Nome: Felipe Lanzillotta Grandolpho Email: felipeg@br.ibm.com IBM Brasil – System and Technology Group (STG) Trainee System zEnterprise
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    3. 3. ©2014IBM Corporation “The postings on this site / presentation are my own and don’t necessarily represent IBM’s positions, strategies or opinions.”
    4. 4. ©2014IBM Corporation Agenda: – Sistemas Operacionais e Processadores; – System z Gerações; – zEC12 Hardware; – zBC12 Hardware; – Chips zEC12 x zBC12; – Gerenciamento de Hardware; – Features de I/O; – Referência de Cliente;
    5. 5. ©2014IBM Corporation Sistemas Operacionais Tipos de Processadores ICF
    6. 6. ©2014IBM Corporation IBM System z - Gerações
    7. 7. ©2014IBM Corporation N-4N-4 z990 •Anunciado em 5/2003 •1.2 GHz •32 Cores caracterizáveis •CP, IFL, ICF, zAAP •Memória de 256 GB z890 •Anunciado em 4/2004 •1.0 GHz •4 Cores caracterizáveis •CP, IFL, ICF, zAAP •Memória de32 GB Memory N-3N-3 z9 Enterprise Class •Anunciado em 7/2005 •1.7 GHz •54 Cores caracterizáveis •CP, IFL, ICF, zAAP, zIIP •Memória de 512 GB z9 Business Class •Anunciado em 4/2006 •1.4 GHz •7 Cores caracterizáveis •CP, IFL, ICF, zAAP, zIIP •Memória de 64 GB N-5N-5 z800 •Anunciado em 2/2002 •625 MHz •4 Cores caracterizáveis •CP, IFL, ICF •Memória de 32 GB z900 •Anunciado em 10/2000 •770 MHz •16 Cores caracterizáveis •CP, IFL, ICF •Memória de 64 GB N-2N-2 z10 Enterprise Class •Anunciado em 2/2008 •4.4 GHz •64 Cores caracterizáveis •CP, IFL, ICF, zAAP, zIIP •Memória de 1.5 TB z10 Business Class •Anunciado em 10/2008 •3.5 GHz •10 Cores caracterizáveis • 5 GCP •CP, IFL, ICF, zAAP, zIIP •Memória de 248 GB N-1N-1 zEnterprise 196 •Anunciado em 22/07/2010 •5.2 GHz •80 Cores caracterizáveis •CP, IFL, ICF, zAAP, zIIP •Memória de 3 TB zEnterprise 114 •Anunciado em 12/07/2011 •3.8 GHz •10 Cores caracterizáveis •5 GCP •CP, IFL, ICF, zAAP, zIIP •Memória de 256 GB IBM System z - Gerações
    8. 8. ©2014IBM Corporation zEnterprise EC12 • zEC12 - Lançada em 28 de Agosto de 2012 – RAIM como design de memória – Memória mínima de 32 GB – Até 768 GB por book – 101 Cores rodando a 5.5 GHz – Até 3 TB por sistema e até 1 TB por LPAR • 32 GB HSA gerenciado separadamente
    9. 9. ©2014IBM Corporation For IBM and Business Partner Education Use Only prior to Announcement Baterias Internas (opcional) Fontes de Energia 2 x Support Elements PCIe I/O drawers (Máximo de 5 por zEC12) Overhead Power (opcional) Processor Books com Flexible Support Processors (FSPs), PCIe and HCA I/O fanouts Radiador N +1 bombas, ventiladores e motores Cabos PCIe I / O de interconexão,cabos Ethernet e placas de controle do SFP cage Overhead I/O feature é um co- requisito para a opção de overhead power zEC12 com Resfriamento a ar baseada em radiador – (Model H89 ou HA1) Vista Frontal
    10. 10. ©2014IBM Corporation For IBM and Business Partner Education Use Only prior to Announcement Baterias Internas (opcionais) Fontes de energia I/O cage Carried Forward Unidades de Resfriamento a água N+1 Support Elements PCIe I/O drawer Processor Books com Flexible Support Processors (FSPs), PCIe and HCA I/O fanouts Cabos PCIe I / O de interconexão,cabos Ethernet e placas de controle do SFP cage zEC12 Resfriada a Água (Upgraded de uma z196) - (Model H89 ou HA1)
    11. 11. ©2014IBM Corporation zEnterprise EC12 - Modelos Memória Memóri a MC M Frente Conector de resfriamento 3 x Fontes de energia DCA n+1 (Distributed Converter Assemblies) 16 DIMMs ( 4 GB, 16 GB, ou 32 GB ) 14 DIMMs
    12. 12. ©2014IBM Corporation zEnterprise EC12 – MCM (Multi Chip Module) PU 0PU 2 SC 0 SC 1 PU 1 PU 5PU 3 PU 4 Cada PU chip possui 6 cores com Cache L1 e L2 internos, ainda dividindo 2 SC chips de Cache L3 48 MB. Cada MCM posui 2 SC chips de Cache L4 com 384 MB, que são divididos pelos PU Chips.
    13. 13. ©2014IBM Corporation zEnterprise BC12  zBC12 - Lançada em 23 de Julho de 2013 – 13 Cores rodando a 4.2 GHz – Até 512 GB por sistema • Sistema mínimo = 8 GB (Modelo H06), 16 GB (Modelo H13) • 16 GB HSA gerenciado separadamente • RAIM • Máximo para uso do cliente 496 GB (Modelo H13)
    14. 14. © 2014 IBM CorporationzBC12TLLB14 Bateria interna (opcionais) Fontes de Energia I/O Drawer 2 x CPC Drawers, Memória & HCAs PCIe I/O drawers Vista Traseira Vista Frontal 2 x Support Elements zBC12 Model H13
    15. 15. ©2014IBM Corporation zEnterprise BC12 - Modelos Processor SCM Processor SCM Storage Control SCM Slots for 5 DIMMs Slots for 5 DIMMs 2 x DCA n+1
    16. 16. ©2014IBM Corporation zEnterprise BC12 – SCM (Single Chip Module)  Cache – Cache L1 e L2 compartilhado por core – Cache L3 de 24MB compartilhado por chip – Cache L4 de 192MB compartilhado por CPC- drawer  Mais processadores no mesmo espaço de uma z114 – 6 cores por PU chip – Mesmo consumo de energia que a z114 – 4.2 GHz por core L3C0 L3C1 GX MCU Core0 Core1 Core2 Core3 Core4 Core5
    17. 17. © 2014 IBM CorporationzBC12TLLB17  MCM – MCM : 96mm x 96mm – 6 PU chips por MCM • 6 core chips com 4, 5 ou 6 cores ativos • PU Chip : 23.7 mm x 25.2 mm • 5.5GHz – 2 SC chips por MCM • 384 MB cache L4 per MCM (por book) • SC Chip : 26.72 mm x 19.67 mm – Até 4 MCMs por System zEC12 Multi Chip Module (MCM)  PU SCM – SCM : 50mm x 50mm – Hexa core chip com 4 ou 5 cores ativos – 2 PU SCMs para H06 e 4 PU SCMs para H13 – PU Chip: 23.7 mm x 25.2 mm – 4.2 GHz  SC SCM – 1 SC SCM para H06, 2 SC SCMs para H13 – 192 MB cache L4 por CPC Drawer – SC Chip : 26.72 mm x 19.67 mm zBC12 Single Chip Module (SCM) PU 0PU 2 SC 0 SC 1 PU 1 PU 5PU 3 PU 4 zBC12 SCM vs zEC12 MCM
    18. 18. © 2014 IBM CorporationzBC12TLLB18 Uma HMC pode se comunicar com todos as outras HMCs – Controle de qualquer servidor em qualquer site. – No caso de Ensemble existe a necessidade de um HMC secundário  O SE possui uma relação de backup ativo com o segundo SE – Controle dedicado a um único servidor HMC HMC HMC HMC HMCs e SEs
    19. 19. ©2014IBM Corporation Estrutura de I/O – PCIe I/O Drawer Vista Frontal Vista Traseira
    20. 20. ©2014IBM Corporation I/O features Flash Express FICON Express8SCrypto Express 4S  10km LX Feature – 10km – One slot in the PCIe I/O Drawer – 2Gbps,4Gbps e 8Gbps  SX Feature – 2Gbps até 500 metros – 4Gbps até 380 metros – 8Gbps até 150 metros – Disponível em pares de placas – Memória SSD de 1.4 TB por par – Máximo de 4 pares por máquina – RAID 10 – Acelerador para operações de criptografia usando SSL/TLS – Co-processador – De 1 até 16 features por máquina
    21. 21. ©2014IBM Corporation I/O features IBM zEDC Express 10 GbE RoCE OSA- Express 5S – Prover acelereção para compressão e decompressão dados – De 1 até 5 features por sistema – Uma placa pode ser divida por até 15 LPARs – Exclusiva para z/OS – Reduzir o consumo de CPU por aplicações TCP/IP – De 1 até 16 placas por máquina – Cada placa deve ser dedicada a uma LPAR  10GbE LR Feature  10GbE SR Feature  GbE LX Feature  GbE SX Feature  1000BASE-T Feature
    22. 22. © 2013 IBM Corporation22 Desafio Para suportar a crescente demanda, a Algar Telecom precisava de uma infraestrutura forte e flexível, que entregasse alta disponibilidade e confiabilidade para os serviços de telecomunicações. Solução A Algar Telecom consolidou mais de 90 servidores distribuídos em servidores virtuais Linux, usando z/VM em uma única IBM zEnterprise 196, utilizando também uma IBM zEnterprise BladeCenter Extension. Benefícios Entregou uma plataforma confiável e flexível para os serviços de ponta, que :  Reduziram os custos do data center em 70%  Reduziu os esforços em manutenção em 65%  Impulsionou a eficiência operacional em 30% “Transformamos completamente nossa infraestrutura e a forma como a gerenciamos com o IBM zEnterprise System. Como consequência, estimamos que nossa eficiência operacional aumentou em pelo menos 30%.” Rogério Okada, Gerente de TI Algar Telecom Referência de cliente – Algar Telecom
    23. 23. ©2014IBM Corporation Siglas CP – Central Processor zEDC - zEnterprise Data Compression zAAP - System z Application Assist Processors OSA - Open System Adapter zIIP - System z Integrated Information Processor RoCE – Remote Direct Access over Converged ICF – Internal Coupling Facility Ethernet SAP – System assist processor CICS – Costumer Information Control System IFL – Integrated Facility for Linux IMS – Information Management System RAIM – Redundant Array of Independent Memory HSA – Hardware System Area PCIe - Peripheral Component Interconnect Express MCM – Multi Chip Module SCM – Single Chip Module DIMM - Dual Inline Memory Modules DCA – Distributed Convertor Assemblies PU – Processor Unit SC – Storage Control CPC – Central Processor Complex HMC – Hardware Management Console SE – Support Elements FICON – Fiber Channel Connection
    24. 24. ©2014IBM Corporation Referências Bibliográficas  IBM zEnterprise BC12 Technical Guide ( http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/sg248138.html?Open )  IBM zEnterprise EC12 Technical Guide ( http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/sg248049.html?Open )  Estudo de caso Algar Telecom ( http://www-01.ibm.com/common/ssi/cgi-bin/ssialias?subtype=AB&infotype=PM&appname=STGE_ZS_ZS_BRPT&htmlfid=ZSC0316 )