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  1. hp manageability for the information utility age system level and workload management with HP-UX focus speaker’s name titledepartment month ##, 2002 filename.ppt

  2. service as a business • today’s IT challenges: • reduce costs • achieve better return on assets • improve operational efficiency • meet service level agreements SPs IT as a service provider enterprise cost-effectiveness &/or efficiency IT as a service broker IT as a cost center internal services external services utility legacy Driving forces the cost of downtime goes beyond dollars lost service level management will be a MUST security in everybody’s mind filename.ppt

  3. e-economy global scale computing with shared tradedresources mobility massively centralized massively distributed internet data centers e-commerce internet data centers servers/ clients hp’s vision:utility computing • “We should notice a utility only when it fails. It must be secure, reliable, ubiquitous, and the standards for its use must endure.” Joel Birnbaum, American Physical Society’s 1999 Centennial Conference • “I think of the utility as a natural evolution of open computing which will enable a Web of electronic services to be built by composition of existing and new services. It will do for computation and services what the Web did for data.“ Joel Birnbaum, American Physical Society’s 1999 Centennial Conference filename.ppt

  4. virtual servers virtual network utility controller virtual storage hp delivers the most flexible infrastructure solutions on the road to utility computing planetary scale/utility computing hp utility data center IT consolidation: partitions security manageability:integrated services management and workload management utility pricing virtualizing the data center virtualized storage servers for horizontal and vertical scaling business continuity:clustering infrastructure solutions with optimum total cost of ownership, fastest time-to-market, and highest quality of service. filename.ppt

  5. fastest time to market • dynamic resource provisioning • rapid deployment • highest quality of service • service level management • optimized workload management • optimum Total Cost of Ownership • utility pricing management • multi-OS management • increased productivity (OS image to admin ratio) • optimized systems utilization hp manageability strategy: optimize the customer experience filename.ppt

  6. hp manageability today 19,000,000 4,000,000 135,000 41,000+ 70 #1 10 online customers managed trading/bank accounts hp OpenView installations process resource manager & WLM licenses WW % of internet devices managed UNIX workload management offering years enterprise management experience filename.ppt

  7. hp integrated service management: hp OpenView customer experience service activation service assurance service usage service multi OS system level management infrastructure deploy monitor • provision hp confidential hp’s manageability portfolio: manage seamlessly filename.ppt

  8. deploy monitor • provision hp manageability solutions manage seamlessly through a common, scalable management infrastructure integrated service management hp OpenView network, systems, application and storage management utility controller software hp-ux workload manager&process resource manager process resource manager ProLiant Essentials workload mgmt pack i n t e g r a t i o n insight manager 7 / lights-outhp toptools transition hp servicecontrol manager hp ignite-ux and software distributor-ux ProLiant Essentials rapid deployment pack i n t e g r a t i o n filename.ppt

  9. evolution of IT management service management problem visualization alerts & paging thresholding & baselining automatic actions application intelligence advanced analysis advanced diagnostics advanced tools process integration prioritization/ automation workload / capacity management real-time service level reporting usage metering IT / business metric linkage filename.ppt

  10. HP-UX workload manager (WLM) process resource manager (PRM) glanceplus pak mc/serviceguard virtual partitions utility pricing iCOD HP-UX kernel configuration servicecontrol manager (SCM) SAM Ignite-UX SD-UX system inventory manager (SIM) security patch check partition manager deploy monitor • provision system level and workload management for HP-UX servicecontrol manager (SCM)Event Monitoring Service (EMS)EMS HA monitors secure web console central web console filename.ppt

  11. D.H. Brown Associates 2002 Unix Function Review HP-UX 11i #1 Ranked UNIX OS In the World! Based on DHBrown 2002 UNIX Function Review On systems management: “HP-UX and Tru64 UNIX share the overall lead, supporting virtually every function included in this assessment.“ 2002 UNIX Function Review D.H. Brown Associates “Clearly reflecting HP’s increased investment in its UNIX product line, HP-UX moves to the head of the class for UNIX operating system functions.” 2002 UNIX Function Review D.H. Brown Associates filename.ppt

  12. servicecontrol manager for cost-effective, rapid central control integrated single point of administration for hp servers define once execute simultaneously launch point of hp and non-hp tools through user-defined scripts all key hp-ux manageability tools integrated toptools integration linux agent support role-based management security through authentication and encryption scalability up to 1024 nodes web-based GUI servicecontrol manager bundled with every hp-ux server up to 5X productivity gain filename.ppt

  13. servicecontrol manager for cost-effective controlnew releases 2.0 and 2.5 product features multi OS manageability all key hp-ux manageability tools integrated (2.0 and 2.5) toptools integration for multi device and multi OS management (2.0) linux agent support (2.5) 16x increased scalability - up to 1024 nodes (2.0) increased security through authentication and encryption (2.0) bundled with every hp-ux serveravailable today filename.ppt

  14. "First Union expects that the strong multi-system and ease-of-use capabilities of HP's ServiceControl Manager will significantly increase the productivity of system administrators, and lower IT costs in the long-term.“ Joe RobertsAssistant Vice President First Union CorporationMay 2000 • sixth largest bank in USA • more than 16 million customers who expect 24x7access to account information. • mission-critical solutions: 60% of the 330hp9000v-class and k-class enterprise servers run mc/serviceguard filename.ppt

  15. single system aware multi-system aware central management server (CMS) managed node central management server (CMS) managed node tool managed node managed node servicecontrol manager servicecontrol manager tool managed node managed node tool tool distributed task facility makes single system aware tools multi system aware up to 5x productivity gain filename.ppt

  16. operator errors application failures 40% 40% 20% technologies failures source: Surviving in a 24-hour world, GartnerGroup 2001 the real cost of business downtime filename.ppt

  17. servicecontrol manager (SCM) with role-based security to reduce operator errors • no separate login/password • trusted user manages central management server (CMS) • normal sys admin user are delegated tools based on roles filename.ppt

  18. hp servicecontrol manager tool view • Integrated security patch management patch • utility to analyze the currency of security patches • automatically reports missing security patches Note: Access also via an X-Windows and command-line interface TopTools (Aug 2001) Central Web Console (Sep 2001)Process Resource Manager (Sep 2001) Partition Manager (Sep 2001) Serviceguard Manager (Sep 2001) filename.ppt

  19. hp manageability for the information utility age deploy filename.ppt

  20. ignite - ux • create system image once and replicate simultaneously on any number of hp-ux servers • remote network-based system install or update reduced administrative overhead and costs with fewer errors ignite-UX server ignite-UX client ignite-UX client filename.ppt

  21. why security patch check? • Reduces IT time and cost required to improve server security • Helps keep servers protected against newly discovered vulnerabilities • No additional charge with HP-UX servers security patch check • what does it do? • Analyzes installed filesets and patches • Identifies minimum recommended patches to be added to system to cover security defects announced in HP security bulletins • Warns about recalled patches found on the system filename.ppt

  22. hp system inventory manager asset tracking and reporting inventory comparisons with intelligent filtering golden system comparisons flexible scheduling snapshots on any or all of 622 system parameters (DMI) System, Memory, Storage, Devices, Network, Software, Process, … ODBC compliant database which stores all of the information multi OS enabled for Windows and Linux management station: HP-UX 11.0 and higher node support: HP-UX 10.20 and higher immediate availability ideal for maintaining a configuration over time, asset management and troubleshooting easy-to-use GUI filename.ppt

  23. ignite-ux initial or “good” state current state changes over time use ... reconfigure if needed or accept as new baseline snapshot b snapshot a ideal for maintaining a configuration over time, excellent tool for troubleshooting and asset management compare the two states to see changes SIM hp-ux system inventory manager (SIM) filename.ppt

  24. system inventory managerwhat information is covered? all DMI instrumentation. • DMI instrumentation coverage today The Systems Inventory Manager (SIM) can collect over 600 different system attributes. SIM organizes the data into seven groups of information that are further divided into 24 categories... System ComputerSystem OperatingSystem BaseKernelParameter Processor Memory Logical Memory OperatingSystem* (memory attributes only) I/O Devices Device Storage File System FileSystem LVMLogi cal Vol ume LVMPhysicalVolume LVMPhysicalVolumeGroup LVMVolumeGroup Network DNSAdminDomain IPRoute NetworkAdapter NISAdminDomain NTPAdminDomain Software BundleContents Bundle Products Fileset Process Process OperatingSystem* (process-related information) • Filter attributes are controlled at the OperatingSystem category only filename.ppt

  25. partition manager • Create & modify partitions • Display a complete hardware inventory • Display status of key complex components • Check for problem or unusual complex conditions • Manage power to cells & I/O chassis • Turn on/off attention indicators for cells, I/O chassis, I/O cards & cabinets Note: GUI for nPartition, GUI for virtual partitions planned filename.ppt

  26. hp manageability for the information utility age monitor filename.ppt

  27. e-mail paging (via OV) openview/CA log files MC/SG EMS • Disks, volume groups • Network interface cards • File systems • Database event monitoring service for system component fault detection and avoidance EMS supports a wide variety of event notification and actions: • log files, paging, e-mail, OV VP operations, and CA unicenter • MC/serviceguard integration filename.ppt

  28. HP-UX Servers Routers, Switches, Terminal Servers central web console Internet Authentication (SSL 3.0) Consolidation of 100s to 1,000s of consoles over terminal server(s), PCI MUX, Direct LAN Consoles that are geographically distributed Single point, remote access to ALL consoles Encryption (3DES) Secure Access from anywhere Runs on HP-UX Browser Superdome HP-UX Servers Flexible Console Consolidation hp central web console 2.0 filename.ppt

  29. secure web console • Best value for small group of servers (6 or less) or remotely located servers • One per HP 9000Enterprise Server (standard bundled with A-, L-, N-Class) • Bit scramblingsecurity model • central web console 2.0 • Centralized management • Best scalability for data center management • 100s to 1,000s of consoles • Manages routers, and switches, servers • Full 168-bit triple DES encryption and SSL (*) • No physical location limitations “Best solution for large consolidation initiatives and large data center operations” “Best solution for workgroup environments” (*) DES = Digital Encryption Standard, SSL = Secure Socket Layer secure web console and central web console filename.ppt

  30. hp OpenView OperationsManaging Application Quality of Service End-to-End Application Management with Total Visibility of Heterogeneous systems We selected HP’s IT/Operations as the platform for integration of Enterprise Management Tools at Wells Fargo. IT/O provides the Framework for highly available Systems Solutions to our Customers… Susan A Blew, Senior VP, Wells Fargo filename.ppt

  31. hp manageability for the information utility age provision filename.ppt

  32. hp-ux kernel configurationfor improved productivity, increased availability, and better application performance • key kernel parameters automatically tuned based upon changing system conditions • key kernel parameter changes do not require a reboot • intuitive graphs of parameters • notification of potential issues • web and command line interface • bundled with every hp-ux 11i version 1.6 for itanium-based servers and as web release for PA-RISC increased automation filename.ppt

  33. provision your infrastructure on the flywith the integrated power of high availability, utility pricing, and partitions high availability integration re-allocate resources in a high availability cluster on the fly automatic workload management based on service levels:HP-UX WLM utility pricing integration turn iCOD CPUs on and off balance the CPU usage in a pay-per-use model hp partitioning continuum integration automatic resource allocation across virtual partitions (*) filename.ppt

  34. Hard Partitions within a node Hard Partitions with multiple nodes PRM with psets resource partitions within a single OS image Virtual Partitions within a hard partition PRM(Process Resource Manager) Virtual partitions hp hyperplex nPartitions • hardware isolation per cell • complete software isolation • cell granularity • multiple OS images • complete hardware and software isolation • node granularity • multiple OS images • dynamic resource allocation • share (%) granularity • 1 OS image • complete software isolation • CPU granularity • dynamic CPU migration • multiple OS images hp-ux workload manager (WLM) • automatic goal-based resource allocation via set SLOs Isolation highest degree of separation Flexibility highest degree of dynamic capabilities hp partitioning continuum for always-on technical positioning filename.ppt

  35. Dept. BApp 2 Dept. BApp 3 Dept. AApp 1 Dept. AApp 1’ HP-UX Revision B.3 HP-UX Revision A.1 HP-UX Revision B.3 HP-UX Revision A.2 hp virtual partitions: Multiple applications on the same server with software isolation increased system utilization partitioning a single physical server or hard partition into multiple virtual partitions for rp5470, rp7400, and superdome, rp8400 in Q302 increased flexibility multiple independent instances of HP-UX dynamic CPU migration across virtual partitions increased isolation application isolation across virtual partitions OS isolation individual reconfiguration and reboot core functionality for free! filename.ppt

  36. application 1 application 2 application 3 50% CPU 50% real memory 50% disk I/O 25% CPU 25% real memory 25% disk I/O 25% CPU 25% real memory 25% disk I/O 20% 80% system utilization hp process resource manager (PRM): predictable service level management • resource partitions within a single OS image sold >15,000 licenses PRM allows you to drive up system utilization by running more applications per server: the result is a better ROI filename.ppt

  37. process resource manager features • hierarchies (PRM 1.08) • shares support in addition to percentage based allocation (PRM 1.08) • in-kernel memory (PRM 1.08) • single-point administration, Java-based GUI (PRM 1.08) • increased resource allocation flexibility by supporting processor sets (PRM 2.0) • offers optimum consolidation and dynamic reallocations for Oracle environments - now also with Oracle Database Resource Manager (PRM 2.0) • supports HP-UX 11i and HP-UX 11i Version 1.6 (PRM 2.0) filename.ppt

  38. PRM Manages psets PSET 2 Ora 2 PSET 0 Other PSET 1 Ora 1 Mem 1 Mem 2 Mem 3 CPU CPU CPU CPU CPU CPU CPU CPU ODBRM manages instance ODBRM manages instance PRM manages multiple applications HP 9000 Server Processor set defined by PRM Memory allocated by PRM integrated hierarchical management of Oracle on HP-UX PRM co-functions with Oracle 9i Database Resource Manager (ODBRM) to manage system resources Result: HP-UXis the ideal Oracle consolidation platform filename.ppt

  39. hp brings proven resource management to linux process resource manager (prm) on linux January 2001: demonstration at linux world support on hp netservers allows dynamic resource allocation via CPU control three scheduling policies made available via open source processor sets multiple run queues constant time round robin scheduler filename.ppt

  40. PRM customer references filename.ppt

  41. “First Union has had measurable success using HP's Process Resource Manager to manage multiple Oracle databases for traditional and web applications.” “The goal-based capabilities of Workload Manager will further enhance our e-serviceCenter’s ability to deliver the service levels our customers demand.” • sixth largest bank in USA • more than 16 million customers who expect 24x7 access to account information. • mission-critical solutions: 60% of the 330 hp 9000 v-class and k-class enterprise servers run mc/serviceguard - Rob YoungFirst Union CorporationDecember 1999 filename.ppt

  42. hp-ux workload management: optimize dynamically “HP raises the bar for Unix workload management” Tony Iams D.H. Brown May 2002 • goal-based resource management • selective capping • improved data collection capabilities • automatic resource allocation across virtual partitions (vPars) • graphical configuration wizard for easy setup • Oracle Toolkit to collect Oracle performance metrics • Application Response Measurement Integration Toolkit (Arm-IT) • command line interfaces enable data collection with script languages • Servicecontrol manager integration • MC/ServiceGuard integration • iCod and Pay-Per-Use integration • latest version of PRM included filename.ppt

  43. examples of service level objectives (SLOs) application a application b application c response time SLOtransactions will complete in less than 2 seconds. response time SLOtransaction will complete in less than 3 seconds job duration SLObatch job will finish in less than 1 hour. priority 1 priority 2 priority 3 HP-UX WLM automatically reconfigures CPU resources to satisfy SLOs in priority order HP-UX workload manager (WLM) filename.ppt

  44. examples of service level objectives (SLOs) application a application b application c • CPU entitlement SLO • 50% of CPU allocation • No instrumentation required • job duration SLO • batch job will finish in less than 1 hour • collection of performance data from existing kernel instrumentation • response time SLO • transactions will complete in less than 1 second • collection of performance data via application response measurement (ARM) or other non-invasive means hp-ux WLM automatically reconfigures CPU entitlements to satisfy SLOs in priority order hp-ux workload manager (WLM)instrumentation requirements filename.ppt

  45. examples of service level objectives (SLOs) application b application a application c • CPU entitlement SLO • 50% of CPU allocation • job duration SLO • batch job will finish in less • response time SLO • transactions will complete in less than 1 second 50% Real Memory 50% Disk I/O 25% Real Memory 25% Disk I/O 25% Real Memory 25% Disk I/O HP-UX WLM automatically reconfigures CPU entitlements to satisfy SLOs in priority order hp-ux workload manager (WLM)with memory and disk I/O entitlements filename.ppt

  46. Database Tier Application Tier Clients improvedcustomer service with third-generation mc/serviceguard features: multi-OS One-stop GUI Rolling upgrade Tape sharing 16 nodes No idle system Online reconfiguration Automatic Failback Rotating standby certified with VxVM and CVM Closely integrated with OS: HP-UX 60,000 licenses filename.ppt

  47. MC/serviceguard WLM automatic resource reallocation app a app e app f app a app b app a app g app b app c app c WLM app h automatic resource reallocation app i dynamic and automatic application rehosting and reallocation with MC/serviceguard and hp-ux wlm minimize planned service interruptions hardware/software upgrades or maintenance goal-based resource allocation with hp-ux wlm based on set SLOs filename.ppt

  48. hp-ux servicecontrol performance monitoring with glanceplus pak 2000 Futura Hv 30 pt Futura Bk 24 pt Futura Hv 30 pt Futura Bk 24 pt • glanceplus Pak 2000 is integrated with PRM and HP-UX WLM • provides detailed information about each workload group • real-time system performance monitoring and bottleneck graphs and alarms • alarms triggered when customizable system performance thresholds are exceeded filename.ppt

  49. provision for always-on THE competitive advantage HP-UX Sun (Solaris) IBM (AIX) psets cannot work with Oracle Database Resource Manager psets not integrated with srm prm integrated with psets and can co-function with Oracle Database Resource Manager (Sep 2001) Resourcepartitioning psets cannot work with Oracle Database Resource Manager Goal-based resource partitioning MC/Serviceguard and utility integration Virtual partitions with S/W isolation rp5470, rp7400& superdome now; rp8400 in q302 P690 Power 4 only Hard partition within a node Less HA Hard partitionwith multiplenodes No high speed connect $$ filename.ppt

  50. provision deploy monitor why hp system level and workload manageability only vendor with tightly integrated multi OS system level management strategy hp extends leadership: only UNIX vendor with automatic provisioning based on business goals lowertotal cost of ownership higher quality of service filename.ppt