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Grid Computing IBM Grid Activities EGEE Industry Day - Catania Jean-Pierre Prost IBM WW Grid Computing IBM Grid Activities EGEE Industry Day - Catania Jean-Pierre Prost IBM WW Grid Technology and Strategy Team Montpellier, France © 2006 IBM Corporation

Grid Computing Agenda § Grid Go-to-Market Model § Grid Solutions for the Industry § Grid Computing Agenda § Grid Go-to-Market Model § Grid Solutions for the Industry § IBM Product & Technology Leadership through Collaborative Research and Partnerships § Importance of Standards 2 © 2006 IBM Corporation

Grid Computing Grid Go-to-Market Model 3 © 2006 IBM Corporation Grid Computing Grid Go-to-Market Model 3 © 2006 IBM Corporation

Grid Computing IBM and Client Business Leadership with Grid Products Workload Scheduler Load. Leveler Grid Computing IBM and Client Business Leadership with Grid Products Workload Scheduler Load. Leveler Provisioning Manager IBM Value Network for Linux & Grid GPFS, SAN VC Extended Deployment Information Server IBM Design Centers Grid Integration Center Economic Development Actuarial Optimized Analytic Infrastructure Grid Medical Archive Solution Clash / EIF Grid-and-Grow Partner. World Industry Networks Partners Innovation & Technology Leadership 4 Solutions Higo Bank 400+ Customers Client Success © 2006 IBM Corporation

Grid Computing Grid Maturity Model Mainstream Enterprise Wide Adoption Transactional Systems Utility Computing SOA Grid Computing Grid Maturity Model Mainstream Enterprise Wide Adoption Transactional Systems Utility Computing SOA Information Virtualization Commercial Adoption Business Applications Enabled ISV Applications Analytics Numerical Batch Compute Intensive Scientific & Academic Batch Parallelization, Dynamic Scheduling Mature HPC Provisioning, Security, Orchestration, Federation Becoming Mainstream License Management, Metering & Billing Emerging Evolutionary Maturity 5 © 2006 IBM Corporation

Grid Computing Grid Solutions for Industry Customers 6 © 2006 IBM Corporation Grid Computing Grid Solutions for Industry Customers 6 © 2006 IBM Corporation

Grid Computing A Mix of Offerings Across the Spectrum Virtualize Outside the Enterprise Low Grid Computing A Mix of Offerings Across the Spectrum Virtualize Outside the Enterprise Low Touch Offerings § Marketing / selling to “many” to create demand § Smaller revenue § Shorter sales cycle § Channel driven Virtualize the Enterprise Suppliers, partners, customers, and external resources Economic Development Grid Virtualize Unlike Resources Enterprise wide Grids, Information Insight, and Global Fabrics Virtualize Like Resources Cluster Optimized Analytic Infrastructure Heterogeneous systems, storage, and networks; Application-based Grids Future Clash Homogenous systems, storage, and networks Actuarial IBM Grid & Grow Homogenous Single Organization Tightly Coupled 7 Grid Medical Archive Solution • Data Integration • Information Grid High Touch Offerings § Marketing / selling to a “few” to create marquee customers § Large revenue § Longer sales cycle § IBM sales, high skill levels Heterogeneous Multiple Organizations Loosely Coupled © 2006 IBM Corporation

Grid Computing Ansaldo Energia Grid & Grow a Finmeccanica Company Challenge: Improve the capabilities Grid Computing Ansaldo Energia Grid & Grow a Finmeccanica Company Challenge: Improve the capabilities at high-performance computing (HPC). Increase the speed, the complexity of simulations and the number of jobs. Solution: Technology Benefits Create a computing solution using grid technologies to take optimal advantage of compute power. § Increase the speed of simulations and number The solution designed includes: § Elimination of failed jobs • • • Linux cluster including IBM x. Series 336, x. Series 346, x. Series 455 Intelli. Station IBM Zpro for post processor visualization Grid based on PBS Pro, a product of Altair Engineering of job runs § Savings in maintenance costs, with minimal time now required for maintenance § More robust and scalable IT infrastructure Business Benefits § Improved reactivity of Technical Office § Reduced project run time § Can run more complex simulations “We need a robust and scalable infrastructure for CAE applications. IBM and X-technologies helped us to implement a Grid Computing for CFD applications. ” Ing. Luigi Maretto, Fluid Dynamic Project Manager, Ansaldo Energia 8 © 2006 IBM Corporation

Grid Computing Sal Oppenheim Grid & Grow “Our financial trading teams are working in Grid Computing Sal Oppenheim Grid & Grow “Our financial trading teams are working in a very volatile and extremely demanding market. Processing of large amounts of data and numerical intensive simulations in highest quality and speed decide between win and loss. With the introduction of the grid solution we believe to be able to fulfill the demand we are getting from the business side. ” -- Arno Radermacher, Head of IT Investment Banking at Sal. Oppenheim Business Challenge: Sal. Oppenheim is upgrading its pricing system for equity derivative trading. Traditional dedicated compute resources handle the dynamic structure of the large amount of risk and pricing calculations but unbalanced peak performance require a grid infrastructure that delivers a service level based risk and price calculation solution. Solution: The IBM Grid team worked with Sal Oppenheim and Platform to implement the Grid & Grow solution. • IBM Grid & Grow • Platform Grid Middleware 9 Technology Benefits § High performance grid cluster based on latest Platform grid software and IBM Grid & Grow solution. §Solution is integrated into the IT management strategy of Sal. Oppenheim Business Benefits § Flexible high speed grid solution which can grow with the demands of trading volumes. §The service level based risk and pricing solution guarantees performance and availability of the critical business application © 2006 IBM Corporation

Grid Computing Land Rover Clash “IBM has helped us build a new clash management Grid Computing Land Rover Clash “IBM has helped us build a new clash management solution that takes time, cost and complexity out of the product development process -- Dave Walker, Packaging Manager, Land ” Rover Business Challenge 4 Realise efficiencies and cost reduction in the vehicle manufacturing process. 4 Generate timely and accurate information on the clash status of the digital vehicle. 4 Efficient management and resolution of clash results. IBM Solution 4 Automated clash analysis through integration of grid technologies and CATIA V 5 interference tools 4 Provision of clash management and reporting tools based on IBM Web. Sphere Application Server. 4 Reengineering of clash management process in partnership with IBM Business Consulting Services 10 Technology Benefits § Throughput of >10 vehicle configs nightly § Robust clash analysis process § Scalable solution § CAD vendor independent Business Benefits § Improved design to manufacture cycle time § Significant vehicle program cost savings by elimination of component clashes early in the design cycle § Reduced physical prototype issues © 2006 IBM Corporation

Grid Computing UHCS Augusta GMAS “We were looking for a storage platform that would Grid Computing UHCS Augusta GMAS “We were looking for a storage platform that would improve organizational flexibility, reduce administration and optimize our storage utilization. IBM’s GMAS solution provided us the best combination at a competitive price” -- William Colbert, Vice President/CIO, University Hospital Challenge: § Address the exponential growth of Cardiology imaging and other fixed content data § Establish an enterprise-wide storage layer to increase flexibility and eliminate vendor lock-in § Leverage rather than eliminate existing investments and technologies in storage infrastructure § Cost effectively establish baseline technologies for image sharing across the enterprise & region Solution: IBM’s Grid Medical Archive Solution (GMAS) Express Storage Grid solution: § Single bundled offering including Software, Hardware, Services and Support. Easily expandable to 2 nd location for off-site replication § Built on IBM DS 4100 Storage, System x™ Servers, Bycast Storage Grid software § Leverages existing EMC storage investment 11 Business Benefits § Elimination of hardware vendor ‘lock-in’ § Inherent real time business continuity/disaster recovery § Improved application resiliency § Leveraging of existing storage investments § Improved ease of expansion to new clinical sites § Cost effective entry point & improved TCO © 2006 IBM Corporation

Grid Computing The Higo Bank, Ltd. Information Grid “Using IBM Web. Sphere Information Integrator, Grid Computing The Higo Bank, Ltd. Information Grid “Using IBM Web. Sphere Information Integrator, we succeeded in creating a flexible and expandable system using existing system resources. We can expect efficient and upgraded loan operations and human-resource development through control of various customer information under a centralized management system. ” -- Yuhji Segawa, Manager, New Total Financing System Project Office, The Higo Bank, Ltd Business Challenge Part of Higo Bank’s medium-term management plan was to improve customer credit risk management, and upgrade Technology Benefits credit control and promotion of loan services. § Upgrade processes for collection and analysis of customer The use of grid technology : information in a systematic and chronologically accumulated fashion under centralized management § Integrate information from profit calculations and credit risk assessment for use in sales and screening activities § Reduce costs by streamlining loan service operations IBM Solution Leading technologies/solutions from IBM used to realize virtually integrated and managed data. § IBM Global Services § IBM System p™ § Web. Sphere® Information Integrator 12 § Virtually integrates disparate databases that have been controlled by separate operations § Enables real time system interoperation Business Benefits Virtual integration and system interoperation: § Improves customer service under centralized management of customer information § Makes loan and screening activities quicker and more accurate § Helps reduce costs by streamlining clerical operations © 2006 IBM Corporation

Grid Computing IBM Grid and Grow Express Offering § Packaged set of Hardware, Software Grid Computing IBM Grid and Grow Express Offering § Packaged set of Hardware, Software and Services starting @ $51 k § Simple, get started approach; Cross Industry offering § Blade. Center with Seven (7) blades : § Choice of blade architectures: §HS 20 (Intel® Xeon®) §LS 20 (AMD Opteron™), §JS 21 (Power. PC®), §Choice of operating systems: Linux, or Windows or AIX 5 L § Choice of Grid middleware schedulers: IBM Load. Leveler, Platform LSF, Altair PBS Pro, Data. Synapse Grid Server* § Services included to ensure a successful installation Application 2 Application 1 Grid Scheduler Intel, AMD Opteron or POWER, Blades § Focus on compute intensive applications * DS delivered by IBM Business Partners 13 © 2006 IBM Corporation

Grid Computing Grid and Grow Foundation Functional Growth • OAI • Information Grid • Grid Computing Grid and Grow Foundation Functional Growth • OAI • Information Grid • Data Caching • Management (Metering & Billing) Other ISVs r v i c e s Clash S e Express Grid and Grow Family Actuarial Base Offerings Data integration New Grid Transactional Fu tu Grid re Grid Solutions Technology Partners Value. Net Systems Integrators Middleware Scheduling, Provisioning & Orchestration Resellers System Software Linux, Windows, AIX Horizontal Growth, Scale • More Blades • System x, p • Storage 14 D C C O D © 2006 IBM Corporation

Grid Computing Product & Technology Leadership 15 © 2006 IBM Corporation Grid Computing Product & Technology Leadership 15 © 2006 IBM Corporation

Grid Computing New Products on Grid & SOA Technology Base Business Services Supports enterprise Grid Computing New Products on Grid & SOA Technology Base Business Services Supports enterprise business process and goals through businesses functional service ® Workload Broker Web. Sphere Interaction Process Information Services Workload Virtualization Enterprise Service Bus Integrated environment for design and creation of solution assets Tivoli ® Partner Services Provisioning Manager Tivoli ® Load Leveler 16 Information Server ® Extended Deployment Services Development Services IBM Business App Services Management Services Information Virtualization Access Web. Sphere Services ® Apps & Info Assets Tivoli Manage and secure services, applications and resources GPFS Information Integrator Infrastructure Services Optimizes throughput, availability and utilization SAN Volume Controller © 2006 IBM Corporation

Grid Computing New Products on Grid & SOA Technology Base Solutions Tivoli Economic Business Grid Computing New Products on Grid & SOA Technology Base Solutions Tivoli Economic Business Services IBM Supports enterprise business process and goals through businesses functional service IBM Development ® Grid & Workload Broker Information Server Grow Data ® Actuarial Interaction Process Information Integration Developmen Grid Extended Deployment Management Services Medical Services Grid t Grid Services Optimized Services Archive Analytic Solution Manage and Integrated Infrastructure secure Enterprise Service Bus environment Web. Sphere Grid Workload Virtualization Information Virtualization Tivoli ® Partner Services Provisioning Manager Tivoli ® Load Leveler Business App Services New Solutions Access ! Services Web. Sphere ® Apps & Info Assets services, for design and creation of solution assets Information applications and Grid resources GPFS Information Integrator Infrastructure Services Optimizes throughput, availability and utilization SAN Volume Controller Partnerships 17 © 2006 IBM Corporation

Grid Computing New Products on Grid & SOA Technology Base Business Services Supports enterprise Grid Computing New Products on Grid & SOA Technology Base Business Services Supports enterprise business process and goals through businesses functional service Developmen de-couples. Interaction applications Services t infrastructure resources Services Process Services Information de-couples. Services applications. Management from Services information sources & location Information Workload Virtualization Enterprise Service Bus Integrated environment for design and creation of solution assets Virtualization Partner Services Business App Services Applications are accelerated Access Services Manage and secure services, applications and resources Application scale-up & -out are enabled Infrastructure Services Optimizes throughput, availability and utilization Business Value ! Resources usage can be optimized Apps & Info Assets Enabling a Dynamic On Demand Infrastructure Resiliency Is improved 18 from Collaboration Is enhanced New application innovation possible © 2006 IBM Corporation

Grid Computing Service Oriented Architecture - SOA How Grid Exploits Service Oriented Architecture Application Grid Computing Service Oriented Architecture - SOA How Grid Exploits Service Oriented Architecture Application components (services) can be easily distributed in as grid workload Tivoli Web. Sphere® Composite Application ® Infrastructure & Programming Model or moved if resources fail or are overloaded Scheduling & Resource Management Enterprise Resources Data Center A Systems platform & Virtualization 19 Information Management Enterprise-wide information access Data Center B Workload can be easily moved to new resources © 2006 IBM Corporation

Grid Computing Product & Technology Leadership Through Collaborative Research and Partnerships 20 © 2006 Grid Computing Product & Technology Leadership Through Collaborative Research and Partnerships 20 © 2006 IBM Corporation

Grid Computing Distributed European Infrastructure for Supercomputing Applications (DEISA) Consortium of leading national supercomputing Grid Computing Distributed European Infrastructure for Supercomputing Applications (DEISA) Consortium of leading national supercomputing centers 21 © 2006 IBM Corporation

Grid Computing LL/GPFS Multi. Cluster Architecture for DEISA Load. Leveler GPFS TSM HSM /IPP Grid Computing LL/GPFS Multi. Cluster Architecture for DEISA Load. Leveler GPFS TSM HSM /IPP GPFS file system /IDRIS GPFS file system Remote disk access Job migration Load. Leveler GPFS 22 Load. Leveler GPFS © 2006 IBM Corporation

Grid Computing Technology Collaboration Drives Innovation IBM is working with universities, governments, standards bodies Grid Computing Technology Collaboration Drives Innovation IBM is working with universities, governments, standards bodies Solutions & Services Products Information Management Tivoli Latin American Grid ® Web. Sphere® Life Science & Disease Research Petroleum Exploration SLO Driven Resource Management Research ETL & Data Integration Services Governments Research 23 Economic Data Development Integration Grid IBM Grid & Grow Actuarial Information Grid Medical Archive Solution Meta-scheduling & job flows Weather Modeling & Prediction Universities Open Standards © 2006 IBM Corporation

Grid Computing Importance of Standards 24 © 2006 IBM Corporation Grid Computing Importance of Standards 24 © 2006 IBM Corporation

Grid Computing Emerging Standards § Interoperable, heterogeneous solutions will require adoption of the next Grid Computing Emerging Standards § Interoperable, heterogeneous solutions will require adoption of the next level of key standards. – Information model (CIM and WS-CIM mapping/rendering) – Workload Virtualization (scheduling) (OGSA-EMS, JSDL, RSS, OGSA BES profile) – Provisioning Standards (CDDLM) – Security (WS-Security, OGSA Security profiles) – Management (WS-Management, WS-DM) 25 © 2006 IBM Corporation

Grid Computing Technical Significance of the Management Convergence WS-Resource. Framework • WS-Resource. Properties • Grid Computing Technical Significance of the Management Convergence WS-Resource. Framework • WS-Resource. Properties • WS-Resource. Life. Time • WS-Service. Group • WS-Base. Faults WS-Transfer (Sept 2004) • WS-Transfer-Addendum • WS-Enumeration (new) WS-Metadata. Exchange (new) WS-Notification • WS-Base. Notification • WS-Brokered. Notification • WS-Topics The reconciliation of resource management and event notification specifications enables reconciliation of the management functions Examples: • Smoothing out the differences in updating Resource “state” including allowing for subelements to be updated • Smoothing out the differences in how notification occurs when management events occur and resources change state. WS-Eventing. Notification (new) WS-Eventing (Aug 2004) WS-Resource. Transfer (new) 26 © 2006 IBM Corporation

Grid Computing Change to underlying standards is allowing for Web Service management standards transformation Grid Computing Change to underlying standards is allowing for Web Service management standards transformation Web Services Distributed Management (WSDM) June 2005 The new set of management functions includes support for enhanced metadata and resource type information • Management Using Web Services Part II • Management of Web Services Forthcoming common management specification (new) WS-Management June 2005 • WS-Eventing. Notification (new) • WS-Eventing (Aug 2004) • WS-Resource. Transfer (new) 27 © 2006 IBM Corporation

Grid Computing IBM and Client Business Leadership with Grid Products Workload Scheduler Load. Leveler Grid Computing IBM and Client Business Leadership with Grid Products Workload Scheduler Load. Leveler Provisioning Manager IBM Value Network for Linux & Grid GPFS, SAN VC Extended Deployment Information Server IBM Design Centers Grid Integration Center Economic Development Actuarial Optimized Analytic Infrastructure Grid Medical Archive Solution Clash / EIF Grid-and-Grow Partner. World Industry Networks Partners Innovation & Technology Leadership 28 Solutions Higo Bank 400+ Customers Client Success © 2006 IBM Corporation