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IBM Flex System™ The elements of an IBM Pure. Flex System © 2012 IBM IBM Flex System™ The elements of an IBM Pure. Flex System © 2012 IBM Corporation

The world’s best blade offering… Starts with IBM Pure. Flex & Flex System • The world’s best blade offering… Starts with IBM Pure. Flex & Flex System • Flex System technology delivers now and enables multiple generations of future technologies • No compromise designs for demands of today’s heterogeneous data centers • Clean slate design enables new levels of integration • Designed to enable management integration with Flex System Manager • Flexible and open choice of architectures, hypervisors and environments • The entry point into a Pure. Flex System 2 © 2012 IBM Corporation

Add Flex System Manager for Simplified Management Integration Increase control and productivity, while decreasing Add Flex System Manager for Simplified Management Integration Increase control and productivity, while decreasing management costs Management IBM Flex System Manager Management System infrastructure Networking 3 Storage Virtualization Compute Setup Wizards • New user interface and configuration automation brings new components online faster • Cross-resource integration and automation enables transformation from managing resources to managing applications, services and workloads • Works with the management you have - other IBM platform tools, Tivoli and third party enterprise management (e. g. , CA, BMC, HP, etc. ) • Easier monitoring, alerts and problem management through automated resolution processes with integrated expertise Global Find Chassis Map Remote Presence © 2012 IBM Corporation

New Dynamic View UI 4 © 2012 IBM Corporation 4 New Dynamic View UI 4 © 2012 IBM Corporation 4

IBM Flex System - Update Manager § Manage updates for many IBM platforms using IBM Flex System - Update Manager § Manage updates for many IBM platforms using the same interface – Automatically check for new updates – Show and install updates needed by your systems § Monitor system compliance – Create compliance policies to automatically notify you when a system is out of date – Show and resolve compliance issues to install the missing updates 5 © 2012 IBM Corporation

Virtualization management § Virtualization Management – Manage Virtual Servers and Hosts – HMC and Virtualization management § Virtualization Management – Manage Virtual Servers and Hosts – HMC and Systems – VS Life-cycle management – Topology Maps – Create empty virtual server – Monitoring, automation § Edit virtual resources – – Edit Hosts Edit Virtual Servers GUI or command line Launch to Platform Manager § Relocate – Live relocation – Plan for relocation 6 © 2012 IBM Corporation

Image management and deployment Tasks for Virtual Appliances § Deploy § Import § Capture Image management and deployment Tasks for Virtual Appliances § Deploy § Import § Capture § Versioning 7 SW OS meta-data Virtual Appliance © 2012 IBM Corporation

Remote Control Watch a reboot progress in background Flyover Details Resizable Powerful Toolbar – Remote Control Watch a reboot progress in background Flyover Details Resizable Powerful Toolbar – power on/off, mount local files, etc. 8 © 2012 IBM Corporation

IBM Flex System x 240 - Enterprise Class Compute IBM Flex System x 240 IBM Flex System x 240 - Enterprise Class Compute IBM Flex System x 240 System infrastructure Uncompromised Compute, IO, and Storage performance, designed for mainstream virtualization, and a broad range of workloads Standard Width compute node 2 x IO Mezzanine Cards ◊ 2 -socket Sandy Bridge-EP ◊ 24 LP DDR 3 DIMMs / 1333 MHz / 1600 MHz ◊ 24 LP 10 Gb Converged LOM DIMMs ◊ 2 hot swap 2. 5” SAS/SATA Keyboard, Mouse, Video SSDs or HDDs Dongle connector ◊ Dual Enabled Hypervisor – ESXi on Flash Key Option Release latch 9 2 x Intel E 5 2600 Processors 2 x Hot Swap, Small Form Factor HDDs © 2012 IBM Corporation

Flex System x 240 – No Compromise Virtualization Platform ü Support fastest Intel CPUs Flex System x 240 – No Compromise Virtualization Platform ü Support fastest Intel CPUs – 2. 9 GHz 8 c 135 W ü Support max memory DIMMs and Capacity – 24 DIMM slots at 768 GB ü IBM x 240 is a no compromise platform that delivers maximum CPU and Memory capabilities for Virtualization IBM X 240 HP BL 460 Cisco B 200 M 3 Dell M 620 For Virtualization IBM Flex System x 240 delivers Max # of VMs 82 60 42 82 (69 w/ 2. 9 Ghz) 95% more VMs vs. Cisco B 200 M 3 37% more VMs vs. HP BL 460 Gen 8 19% more VMs vs. Dell M 620 (w/ 2. 9 Ghz CPU) Max Memory Capacity 768 GB 512 GB 384 GB 768 GB 24 DIMM Slots CPU supported at Max Memory Config 16 24 24* (20 w/ 135 W proc. ) 2. 90 GHz 135 W 2. 70 GHz 130 W 2. 90 GHz 135 W 2. 20 GHz 95 W IBM Flex 10 100% vs. Cisco B 200 M 3 (384 GB) 50% vs. HP BL 460 c Gen 8 (512 GB) 50% more DIMMS vs. HP BL 460 c Gen 8 *Dell compromised when using 135 W proc. 32% faster than Dell M 620 (2. 2 GHz) 7% faster than HP BL 460 (2. 7 Ghz) System x 240 delivers #1 VMmark 2. 0 Benchmark across all Blades © 2012 IBM Corporation

IBM Flex System- No Compromise Design 50% IBM Flex System x 240 (768 GB) IBM Flex System- No Compromise Design 50% IBM Flex System x 240 (768 GB) vs. HP BL 460 c Gen 8 (512 GB) more memory 200% 300% more dedicated storage more networking bandwidth IBM Flex System Flash adds up to 8 400 GB SSDs (x 240 with Flex System Flash 3. 2 TB vs. Dell M 610 800 GB) 50% networking latency improvement Multigeneration chassis platform 11 IBM Flex System Fabric 10 Gb switch 240 Gb vs. HP 10 Gb switch 80 Gb Node to node traffic is contained within the chassis to reduce TOR switch latency* Built to support your datacenter today and tomorrow * Estimated Results will vary depending on customer environment © 2012 IBM Corporation

Virtual Fabric Solution Clients requiring a Virtual Fabric solution can now use the Emulex Virtual Fabric Solution Clients requiring a Virtual Fabric solution can now use the Emulex Virtual Fabric Adapter in conjunction with BNT Virtual Fabric 10 Gb. E Switch Modules. Phase 1 of this new solution allows clients to virtualize their Ethernet I/O – basically to slice & dice their 10 Gb bandwidth any way they want. Hardware Components Emulex Virtual Fabric Adapter – 2 port 10 Gb adapter capable of multiple I/O functions – Up to 8 virtual Ethernet NICs/adapter, appear as individual adapters to the OS BNT Virtual Fabric 10 G Ethernet Switch Module – Switch recognizes the v. NIC and assigns bandwidth in increments of 100 MB – Ability to group virtual NICs helping simplify and reduce management time Slide & Dice your 10 Gb bandwidth any way you want Flexibility to fine-tune the speed required – Each Connection or VM Channel can Get the Bandwidth it Requires – Minimum of 100 Mb – Maximum of 10 Gb – Ability to tailor each 10 G pipe v. NIC 1 = 1 Gb v. NIC 2 = 3. 5 Gb v. NIC 3 = 5 Gb v. NIC 4 = 500 Mb Up to 8 Virtual Ports per adapter Future upgrade – FCo. E & i. SCSI 12 © 2012 IBM Corporation

Virtual Fabric offers the Benefits of both Virtual NIC and IO Convergence on a Virtual Fabric offers the Benefits of both Virtual NIC and IO Convergence on a Single end-to-end Solution. FCo. E Feature Entitlement Upgrade* Create Virtual groups and Assign one uplink per group 2. 5 Gb HR 5 Gb • FCo. E Ready CNA 2. 5 Gb Virtual Groups Virtual NICs Accounting • Simplifies Deployment • Reduces Management • Assigns Bandwidth in 100 Mb Increments Supply Chain 10 Gb Up to 8 Virtual Ports per adapter Configure few ports as Virtual CNA* No separate HBA needed! Database CNA Map each Virtual adapter to port groups 13 13 13 *Future Upgrade Option Management Choice: Switch Interface, CLI or -Open Fabric Manager* © 2012 IBM Corporation * Planned Future Support

Virtual Pipe and Virtual Grouping! v. NIC 1 = 1 Gb Flexibility to fine-tune Virtual Pipe and Virtual Grouping! v. NIC 1 = 1 Gb Flexibility to fine-tune the speed required • Assign the bandwidth required • Virtual NIC – carve up the 10 G pipes v. NIC 2 = 3. 5 Gb v. NIC 3 = 5 Gb v. NIC 4 = 500 Mb Presented as individual NIC to OS/Hypervisor Minimum of 100 Mb - Maximum of 10 Gb v. NIC 1 = 1 Gb v. NIC 2 = 3. 5 Gb • Ability allocate uplink bandwidth 100 G of uplink bandwidth Assign virtual groups bandwidths in increments of 10 G v. NIC 3 = 5 Gb v. NIC 4 = 500 Mb 10 G Link High Availability and Security • Ability to provide isolation between various v. NICs • A failure in one v. NIC or virtual Group are isolated by others • VMready can migrate networking characteristics with VM Migration 14 Virtual Pipes v. NIC Group © 2012 IBM Corporation