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Title: Linux and Open Source Software: Are You Prepared? 9th Conference on IT


1
Linux and Open Source Software Are You
Prepared? 9th Conference on IT Telecom in the
Baltic Sea CEE Region. April 6th-9th, 2005.
Riga, Latvia.
  • Carol Stafford
  • IBM Vice President
  • Worldwide Linux

2
Todays IT Need - On Demand Business
An enterprise whose business processes
integrated end-to-end across the company and with
key partners, suppliers and customers can
respond with flexibility and speed to any
customer demand, market opportunity or external
threat.
  • Applies To Governments As Well

3
Historic Junctures 20 years to exploit
Start up
Deployment
Industrial Revolution
Manufacturing develops Repeal of tariff laws
opens trade
1797
1771
Steam Railways
Economies of scale Joint stock companies
1829
1847
Steel, Electricity Heavy Engineering
Transcontinental rail Banking reform
1875
1893
Oil, Automobiles Mass Production
Interstate / international highways IMF, World
Bank
1908
1929
Linux, Open Source Collaboration Innovation
Information Telecommunications
2005

1971
4
Why Linux?
  • Secure Reliable
  • Flexibile offers choice
  • Facilitates Simplification
  • Promotes Integration
  • Promotes Rapid Innovation
  • A Perfect Path To On Demand!

5

6
The Value of Open Innovation
works like an ant colony, where the collective
intelligence of the network supercedes any single
contributor.
7

Linux A Platform For Innovation
8
Linux Optimized IBM Software Solutions
Industry Solutions
ISV Applications
Rational
Tivoli
Open
Lotus
DB2
Source
WebSphere
SMB Solutions
9
Linux supports The Technologies of Open
Innovation
Grid
Deep Computing
Linux
Virtualization
10
FOR THE BENEFIT OF HUMANITY
  • Organization
  • Advisory Board - international experts
    representing
  • United Nations
  • The Mayo Clinic
  • Environmental Protection Agency
  • World Health Organization
  • National Science Foundation
  • IBM donated hardware, software, and expertise to
    build infrastructure
  • IBM provides free hosting, maintenance and
    support
  • Technology
  • Volunteers download a small, free agent
  • When idle, PCs request data from the WCG server,
    perform computations, send back results and
    request it for new work
  • To join the grid, please visit www.worldcommunityg
    rid.org

Potential Projects Research with philanthropic
or humanitarian purpose, conducted by public and
not-for-profit organizations with the results
available in the public domain. Disease
Research Natural Disasters and Hunger Environmenta
l Research First Project Human Proteome Folding
Provide scientists data predict the shape of
human proteins. How each protein affects human
health, scientists can develop new cures for
human diseases.
11
over 5000 Linux-enabled ISV Applications
. . . IBM is working with over 33,000 developers
12
IBM is Accelerating Linux Use in Retail Solutions
SuSE Linux Expertise and IBM Retail
Experience Combining to provide
13
IBM Corporate Linux Status
Over 3500 Internal Production Projects Worldwide
14
Linux in Government Major Initiatives
Australia Brazil China Columbia European
Union Finland Germany India Italy Malaysia Mexico
Norway Philippines (Desktop) South Korea South
Africa Thailand (Desktop) United Kingdom USA
15
IBM Linux Centers of Competency around the world
16
IBM Linux Support Investments
Linux Technology Center
Worldwide Porting Centers
Technical Support WW Competency Centers
Linux Specialists
IBM developerWorks
Linux Whitepapers and Redbooks
Linux Integration Center
OSDL
Products HW SW
Linux Services
www.ibm.com/linux
Linux Enabled Business Partners ISVs
17
IBM Linux Support Centers
  • IBM Linux Centers of Competency
  • Austin, TX
  • Bangalore, India
  • Beijing, China
  • Boeblingen, Germany
  • Johannesburg, SA
  • London, England
  • Moscow, Russia
  • New York, NY
  • Poughkeepsie, NY
  • Research Triangle Park, NC
  • Seoul, Korea
  • Stockholm, Sweden
  • Tokyo, Japan
  • IBM Executive Briefing Centers
  • Austin, TX
  • Boeblingen, Germany
  • Greenock, Germany
  • Mainz, Germany
  • Montpellier, France
  • Poughkeepsie
  • Research Triangle Park, NC
  • Rochester, MN
  • Tucson, AZ
  • IBM Linux Integration Centers
  • Austin, TX
  • Boeblingen, Germany
  • Tokyo, Japan
  • Beijing, China
  • Sao Paulo, Brazil
  • Singapore
  • IBM Design Centers for e-business
    on demand
  • Poughkeepsie, NY
  • Makuhari, Japan
  • Montpellier, France
  • San Jose, CA

18

Keep Thinking
Keep Collaborating
Keep Innovating
Carol Stafford IBM Vice President Linux
19
Migrations Unix Windows to Linux
  • Flamenco Networks - Web Services Support Provider
  • Migration From Sun Solaris To Linux
  • IBM eServer xSeries 305 345 With Linux
  • Database Failover On IBM TotalStorage FAStT 200
    storage server
  • Significantly More Processing Power Improved
    Productivity
  • University of Florida - Education, Healthcare and
    Life Sciences
  • HPC/Grid Computing Application
  • Sought More Resilient, Highly Secure,
    High-Performance Solution
  • Improved Research Productivity
  • Implemented z800 xSeries 300 With Linux cluster
    with 32 nodes running VMware, with IBM Storage
    Server.
  • Bonhams- Leading Fine Art Auction House
  • Migration/consolidation from Sun Solaris
  • Web-based auction management solution
  • Linux Cost-effective, scalable platform
  • IBM eServer xSeries x360 and x232 servers
  • Reduced Maint Admin Activities
  • Staff Has Anytime, Anywhere Info. Access For
    Enhanced Customer Relationships.
  • Swisscom IT Services - Leading full-service IT
    service provider
  • Linux Migration From UNIX Windows
  • Order Mgmt Billing Systems
  • About 70 Virtual Linux Servers on IBM eServer
    zSeries With Z/VM
  • Lower TCO Due To Higher Capacity, Lower HW Costs,
    Easier Maint, Admin Faster Scalability

Migration Experiences Practices Documented In
IBM Redbooks
20
60 of IBM Customers are Implementing Linux
  • eCommerce
  • Super Computing Clusters
  • SW Development
  • Web Hosting
  • Branch Automation
  • Firewall
  • Print/File
  • Web Server
  • e-mail

Applications
Infrastructure
  • Database server
  • Commercial Clusters
  • ERP, CRM, SCM
  • Vertical Industry Applications
  • Mission Critical Apps
  • Industry-specific
  • Browser-based clients
  • General desktop

Enterprise
Client
21
IBM Workplace Client Technology
  • Rich user experience
  • Disconnected use and synchronization
  • Power of client software i.e drag-n-drop,
    improved responsiveness, UI control
  • Componentized and Contextual
  • Embedded Doc Management
  • No Touch Deployment Low TCO
  • Server-managed delivery of rich clients to end
    user communities
  • Centralized administration, setup and client
    updates
  • Provision capabilities when needed on demand
  • Extensible client platform for
  • Collaboration, including mail, calendaring and
    scheduling, instant messaging, team spaces
  • Document management
  • Existing Web, Java, .Net and Notes Applications
  • New Applications IBM and Business Partners
  • Built in Data Management and Security
  • Using local and server managed encrypted data
    stores
  • With robust policy managed access and control
  • Choice and Flexibility
  • Linux, Windows and MacOS (future) desktops
  • Leverage existing Office documents and Java.Net
    and C applications
  • Standards-based interoperability

22
On DemandWhat is it?
  • on demand utility computing
  • on demand a code word for outsourcing
  • on demand leasing on steroids
  • on demand just a marketing campaign

23
On Demand Business Transformation
Business Transformation
Culture
IT Enablement
24
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IBM is Accelerating Linux Use in Industry
Solutions
Over 5,000 Applications!
26
Impact of On Demand Business
27
IBM Linux
Over 300 Middleware Products Enabled
Over 7,000 Services Professionals
       
IBM Global Services
Linux Runs Across All IBM eServer Platforms

28
IBMs Internal Use of Linux Transforming IBMs
Infrastructure
  • 3,500 Production Servers 45,000 clients WW
  • www.ibm.com/linux w3.ibm.com/linux
  • Redundant xSeries Linux servers
  • IGS Internet Vulnerability Security Scanning
  • 120 xSeries scanning 30k IP addresses/week
  • Performance Monitoring
  • 75 fewer Linux servers than NT servers for same
    workload
  • IBM Global e-Mail Anti-virus Anti-Spam
    Management
  • xSeries scans incoming/outgoing mail for viruses
    and spam
  • 300mm Wafer Manufacturing Equipment Control
  • Much more reliable than Win2000
  • 223 xSeries servers in production
  • Workstation Asset Management Applications
  • 4 Linux zVM Guests on zSeries server
  • Variable workload/on demand capacity
  • Netview server consolidation
  • Consolidated 62 NT/AIX servers onto 2LPARs on a
    z800 server 40-60 savings

29
On Demand Business Growth Cycle
30
IBM Support Line for Linux
24x7 coverage, Linux total systems management,
supplements customer staff with IBM skilled
specialists
  • Description
  • Defect support, how to's, problem definition and
    solution definition for supported distributions
    of Linux and Linux applications, through dial or
    electronic submission.
  • Benefits
  • Electronic support and problem submission saves
    customer time and allows tracking of open support
    issues
  • Fast, accurate problem resolution
  • 24x7 Enterprise level support available

http//w3-1.ibm.com/services/salesone/so/us/sales/
sof_support.html
31
IBM Linux Technology Center
  • LTC Projects
  • Scalability
  • Networking
  • Security
  • I/O
  • Volume Management
  • JFS
  • Serviceability
  • File / Print
  • Globalization
  • NUMA
  • Directory
  • HPC Clusters HA
  • Systems Management
  • Standards
  • Test
  • Performance
  • Level 3 Support
  • Accessibility
  • MISSION
  • Accelerate Growth of Linux As
  • enterprise OS
  • Work As Trusted, Valued Member
  • Of Linux Community
  • -Drive Up Development Efficiencies

Enable IBM Products
Make Linux Better
Expand Linux Reach
32
IBM Linux Integration Center
To assist the IBM sales team convert qualified
Linux-based IBM middleware leads into revenue.
In so doing, our drive is to help the IBM sales
team respond to customer opportunities and help
deliver integrated proposals to IBM customers.
  • Sales and Partner Support
  • Problem determination and resolution
  • Customer Pilots
  • Document best practices
  • Help Identify opportunity

w3.ibm.com/linux/lic
Sales and Partner Support
  • Solutions Enablement
  • IT Architecture
  • ISV support
  • Partner support
  • Solution validation and Tuning
  • Drive key features into the Linux community
  • Sales and Partner Enablement
  • Collateral
  • SW Certification Matrix
  • Labs workshops

Solution Enablement
Sales and Partner Enablement
33
IBM is Accelerating Linux Use in Banking Solutions
Branch Transformation
Payments
Risk Compliance
34
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