Admirável Mundo do Novo Mainframe IBM System

Admirável Mundo do Novo Mainframe IBM System

© 2012 IBM Corporation Admirável Mundo do Novo Mainframe IBM System z IBM Day Eli F. Martins elifm@br.ibm.com IBM System z Client Architect

© 2012 IBM Corporation Agenda • A evolução dos sistemas IBM de Grande Porte • Introdução aos Servidores IBM System z • Uma visão dos Componentes de HW e SW dos Servidores IBM System z • Infraestrutura de Virtualização nos Servidores IBM System z • zEnterprise – A nova Família de Servidores Híbridos da IBM • Relação Custo/Benefício na Plataforma IBM System z

© 2012 IBM Corporation A Evolução dos Sistemas IBM de Grande Porte

© 2012 IBM Corporation IBM Mainframe Life Cycle History 1 9 9 4 1 9 9 5 1 9 9 6 1 9 9 7 1 9 9 8 1 9 9 9 2 2 1 2 2 2 3 2 4 2 5 2 6 2 7 2 8 2 9 2 1 2 1 1 2 1 2 2 1 3 zEC12 z114 z196 z10 BC z10 EC z9 BC z9 EC z890 z990 z900 G2 z800 z900 G1 CMOS G6 CMOS G5 CMOS G4 CMOS G3 CMOS G2 CMOS G1 ANN to GA GAto WDFM WDFM to EOS Unsupported Over the past 18 years, a Mainframe generation has averaged: 4.3 years of sales & service with an additional 6.2 years of follow on service

© 2012 IBM Corporation N-4 N-4 z990 •Announced 5/2003 •1.2 GHz •Up to 32 assignable cores •CP, IFL, ICF, zAAP •Up to 256 GB Memory z890 •Announced 4/2004 •1.0 GHz •Up to 4 assignable cores •CP, IFL, ICF, zAAP •Up to 32 GB Memory N-3 N-3 z9 Enterprise Class •Announced 7/2005 •1.7 GHz •Up to 54 assignable cores •CP, IFL, ICF, zAAP, zIIP •Up to 512 GB Memory z9 Business Class •Announced 4/2006 •1.4 GHz •Up to 7 assignable cores •CP, IFL, ICF, zAAP, zIIP •Up to 64 GB Memory N-5 N-5 z800 •Announced 2/2002 •625 MHz •Up to 4 assignable cores •CP, IFL, ICF •Up to 32 GB Memory z900 •Announced 10/2000 •770 MHz •Up to 16 assignable cores •CP, IFL, ICF •Up to 64 GB Memory N-2 N-2 z10 Enterprise Class •Announced 2/2008 •4.4 GHz •Up to 64 assignable cores •CP, IFL, ICF, zAAP, zIIP •Up to 1.5 TB Memory z10 Business Class •Announced 10/2008 •3.5 GHz •Up to 10 cfg cores (5 CP) •CP, IFL, ICF, zAAP, zIIP •Up to 248 GB Memory N-1 N-1 zEnterprise 196 •Announced 7/22/2010 •5.2 GHz •Up to 80 assignable cores •CP, IFL, ICF, zAAP, zIIP •Up to 3 TB Memory zEnterprise 114 •Announced 7/12/2011 •3.8 GHz •Up to 10 cfg cores (5 CP) •CP, IFL, ICF, zAAP, zIIP •Up to 256 GB Memory IBM System z Generations

© 2012 IBM Corporation • Announced 7/10 – Server w/ up to 96 PU cores • 5 models – Up to 80-way • Granular Offerings for up to 15 CPs • PU (Engine) Characterization – CP, SAP, IFL, ICF, zAAP, zIIP • On Demand Capabilities – CoD, CIU, CBU, On/Off CoD, CPE • Memory – up to 3 TB for Server and up to 1 TB per LPAR – 16 GB Fixed HSA • Channels – PCIe bus – Four LCSSs – 3 Subchannel Sets – MIDAW facility – Up to 240 ESCON channels – Up to 288 FICON channels – FICON Express8 and 8S – zHPF – OSA 10 GbE, GbE, 1000BASE-T – InfiniBand Coupling Links • Configurable Crypto Express3 • Parallel Sysplex clustering • HiperSockets – up to 32 • Up to 60 logical partitions • Enhanced Availability • Unified Resource Manager • Operating Systems – z/OS, z/VM, z/VSE, z/TPF, Linux on System z • Announced 7/10 • Model 002 for z196 or z114 • zBX Racks with: – BladeCenter Chassis – N + 1 components – Blades – Top of Rack Switches – 8 Gb FC Switches – Power Units – Advance Management Modules • Up to 112 Blades – POWER7 Blades – IBM System x Blades – IBM WebSphere DataPower Integration Appliance XI50 for zEnterprise (M/T 2462-4BX) • Operating Systems – AIX 5.3 and higher – Linux for Select IBM x Blades – Microsoft Windows for x Blades • Hypervisors – PowerVM Enterprise Edition – Integrated Hypervisor for System x • Announced 07/11 • 2 models – M05 and M10 Up to 5 CPs • High levels of Granularity available – 130 Capacity Indicators • PU (Engine) Characterization – CP, SAP, IFL, ICF, zAAP, zIIP • On Demand Capabilities – CoD, CIU, CBU, On/Off CoD. CPE • Memory – up to 256 GB for Server – 8 GB Fixed HSA • Channels – PCIe bus – Two LCSSs – 2 Subchannel Sets – MIDAW facility – Up to 240 ESCON channels – Up to 128 FICON channels – FICON Express8 and 8S – zHPF – OSA 10 GbE, GbE, 1000BASE-T – InfiniBand Coupling Links • Configurable Crypto Express3 • Parallel Sysplex clustering • HiperSockets – up to 32 • Up to 30 logical partitions • Unified Resource Manager • Operating Systems – z/OS, z/VM, z/VSE, TPF, z/TPF, Linux on System z IBM zEnterprise family

© 2012 IBM Corporation • Announced 7/10 – Server w/ up to 96 PU cores • 5 models – Up to 80-way • Granular Offerings for up to 15 CPs • PU (Engine) Characterization – CP, SAP, IFL, ICF, zAAP, zIIP • On Demand Capabilities – CoD, CIU, CBU, On/Off CoD, CPE • Memory – up to 3 TB for Server and up to 1 TB per LPAR – 16 GB Fixed HSA • Channels – PCIe bus – Four LCSSs – 3 Subchannel Sets – MIDAW facility – Up to 240 ESCON channels – Up to 288 FICON channels – FICON Express8 and 8S – zHPF – OSA 10 GbE, GbE, 1000BASE-T – InfiniBand Coupling Links • Configurable Crypto Express3 • Parallel Sysplex clustering • HiperSockets – up to 32 • Up to 60 logical partitions • Enhanced Availability • Unified Resource Manager • Operating Systems – z/OS, z/VM, z/VSE, z/TPF, Linux on System z • Announced 7/10 • Model 002 for z196 or z114 • zBX Racks with: – BladeCenter Chassis – N + 1 components – Blades – Top of Rack Switches – 8 Gb FC Switches – Power Units – Advance Management Modules • Up to 112 Blades – POWER7 Blades – IBM System x Blades – IBM WebSphere DataPower Integration Appliance XI50 for zEnterprise (M/T 2462-4BX) • Operating Systems – AIX 5.3 and higher – Linux for Select IBM x Blades – Microsoft Windows for x Blades • Hypervisors – PowerVM Enterprise Edition – Integrated Hypervisor for System x • Announced 07/11 • 2 models – M05 and M10 Up to 5 CPs • High levels of Granularity available – 130 Capacity Indicators • PU (Engine) Characterization – CP, SAP, IFL, ICF, zAAP, zIIP • On Demand Capabilities – CoD, CIU, CBU, On/Off CoD. CPE • Memory – up to 256 GB for Server – 8 GB Fixed HSA • Channels – PCIe bus – Two LCSSs – 2 Subchannel Sets – MIDAW facility – Up to 240 ESCON channels – Up to 128 FICON channels – FICON Express8 and 8S – zHPF – OSA 10 GbE, GbE, 1000BASE-T – InfiniBand Coupling Links • Configurable Crypto Express3 • Parallel Sysplex clustering • HiperSockets – up to 32 • Up to 30 logical partitions • Unified Resource Manager • Operating Systems – z/OS, z/VM, z/VSE, TPF, z/TPF, Linux on System z IBM zEnterprise family

© 2012 IBM Corporation • Announced 08/12 – Server w/ up to 101 PU cores • 5 models – Up to 101-way • Granular Offerings for up to 20 CPs • PU (Engine) Characterization – CP, SAP, IFL, ICF, zAAP, zIIP • On Demand Capabilities – CoD, CIU, CBU, On/Off CoD, CPE, FoD • Memory – up to 3 TB for Server and up to 1 TB per LPAR – 32 GB Fixed HSA • Channels – PCIe bus – Four LCSSs – 3 Subchannel Sets – FICON Express8 and 8S – zHPF – OSA 10 GbE, GbE, 1000BASE-T – InfiniBand Coupling Links – Flash Express • Configurable Crypto Express4S • Parallel Sysplex clustering • HiperSockets – up to 32 • Up to 60 logical partitions • Enhanced Availability • IBM zAware • Unified Resource Manager • Operating Systems – z/OS, z/VM, z/VSE, z/TPF, Linux on System z • First Announced 7/10 • Model 003 for zEC12 – 08/12 • zBX Racks with: – BladeCenter Chassis – N + 1 components – Blades – Top of Rack Switches – 8 Gb FC Switches – Power Units – Advance Management Modules • Up to 112 Blades – POWER7 Blades – IBM System x Blades – IBM WebSphere DataPower Integration Appliance XI50 for zEnterprise (M/T 2462-4BX) • Operating Systems – AIX 5.3 and higher – Linux for Select IBM x Blades – Microsoft Windows for x Blades • Hypervisors – PowerVM Enterprise Edition – Integrated Hypervisor for System x IBM zEnterprise EC12 – new for September 2012

© 2012 IBM Corporation Introdução aos Servidores IBM System z

© 2012 IBM Corporation What is System z? • IBM’s premier commercial computing system • 45 years of software investment protection • Shared everything design • Runs modern apps Database Data Warehouse Transaction Processing ERP Infrastructure Functions Web, ESB, Portal Linux Apps

© 2012 IBM Corporation General Server Virtualization Terms Hypervisor • “Virtualization” software or firmware • Divides real computing into logical computers or LPARs • Referred to as “PR/SM” on System z Logical Partition • Also called an LPAR, virtual machine, VM, guest (z/VM) or logical server • Runs an OS such as z/OS, Linux, TPF, z/VSE, AIX, IBM i, Windows Memory Virtualization • Dedicated to an PR/SM LPAR • Shared by guests within z/VM I/O Virtualization – Provided by • Hypervisor (VMware) • I/O owning LPAR (PowerVM, Xen) • Direct hardware virtualization (z) • Ethernet (OSA), Disk (DASD) 2nd Level Hypervisor • Hypervisor inside an LPAR • Can provide unique features • Example: AIX WPAR, z/VM Disk Ethernet Computer Memory Hardware Hypervisor Logical Partition Logical Partition Logical Partition Hypervisor Virtual Machine or Guest Blue = System z specific terms

© 2012 IBM Corporation System z Terminology – Cores • For the IT industry… – Chip = socket • For System z… – Core = processor = engine = CPU System z - Core Personality Central Processor (CP) • Runs z/OS operating system (and others) zSeries Application Assist Processor (zAAP) • Offloads JAVA from z/OS processors zSeries Integrated Information Processor (zIIP) • Offloads DB2 from z/OS processors Internal Coupling Facility (ICF) • z/OS clustering processor Integrated Facility for Linux (IFL) • Runs Linux or z/VM only System Assist Processor (SAP) • Manages/offloads shared I/O environment Spares • Dynamically replaces any failing core

© 2012 IBM Corporation System z - Processor Configuration Example IBM System z I/O SAP Spare z/OS Linux Global LPAR4 LPAR4 z/VM Linux Linux LPAR5 LPAR5 z/VM Linux Linux z/VM IFL IFL IFL IFL CP CP CP CP CP LPAR1 LPAR1 z/OS LPAR2 LPAR2 z/OS DB2 & other Offload zIIP JAVA Offload zAAP z/OS Cluster LPAR3 LPAR3 ICF

© 2012 IBM Corporation System z - Processor Configuration Example IBM System z Server I/O Sub-System SAPs Disk (FICON) Ethernet (OSA) Cluster Central Processors (CP) DB2 JAVA XML Offload zIIPs JAVA Offload zAAPs LPAR LPAR LPAR LPAR z/VM z/VM L i n u x L i n u x L i n u x z/VM Linux Integrated Facility for Linux (IFLs) ICFs z/OS Cluster LPAR LPAR LPAR LPAR z/OS z/OS LPAR LPAR LPAR LPAR z/OS z/VM

© 2012 IBM Corporation System z - I/O Subsystem • I/O Subsystem – System Assist Processors (SAP) – Channels – Control Units (CU) • Advantages – Share I/O between LPARs – I/O prioritization between LPARs – Off-load I/O cycles – Lower z/OS software costs – Simplify DR by virtualizing I/O – Improves cache efficiency System z Hardware Hypervisor LPAR LPAR C A N N E L H S Disk CU CU Disk CU Disk Ethernet SAP SAP LPAR

© 2012 IBM Corporation System z - Channel Types • Disk – FICON: Fibre Connection – Fibre Channel – Linux Workloads – ESCON: Enterprise System Connection – Parallel (historic – not used anymore) • Ethernet – Open Systems Adapter (OSA) • Clustering Links – Short and long distance • Logical – HiperSockets (In memory network) – In-the box clustering links (ICF) System z Hardware Hypervisor LPAR LPAR C A N N E L H S Disk CU CU Disk CU Disk Ethernet SAP SAP LPAR

© 2012 IBM Corporation Capacity Backup • In-house disaster recovery • Primary site – Active z/OS and Linux capacity – Can have CBU capacity at primary site • Recovery site – Capacity backup processors – All LPARs defined – Minimum of one active core – 5 to 10 test days – more can be acquired – Software licenses for active cores only – Cross site storage replication Hypervisor z/OS (Standard CPs) Linux (IFLs) Hypervisor Capacity Backup z/OS Other Engines Primary Site Secondary Site Prod Active Copy Test Copy

© 2012 IBM Corporation Active/Active Cluster Concepts • General considerations – What exploits the clusters? – Single purpose or multipurpose? • Performance factors – Locks and data buffers management – Transaction affinity • Availability – Concurrent operations – Automated recovery capabilities • Other factors – Disaster recovery capabilities – Security Shared Data Operating System Logical Partition Operating System Logical Partition Cluster Network

© 2012 IBM Corporation IBM Parallel Sysplex – All Active Cluster Cluster Hardware Tape Shared Data z/OS z/OS LPAR z/OS z/OS LPAR Dedicated Cluster Hardware • Manages locks, lists, and data buffers • Coupling facility Nodes • 1-32 z/OS LPARs Shared Devices • Cluster-wide shared data and configuration information • Shared tapes drives, consoles Exploiters • Majority of z/OS • Middleware such as database, CICS, security, batch facilities, networking

© 2012 IBM Corporation Parallel Sysplex - Multi-Application Cluster • All active cluster • Shared everything • Multi-purpose • Multi-application z/OS LPAR z/OS LPAR z/OS LPAR Databases Transaction Managers Batch Jobs Security Functions WebSphere MQ Cluster Hardware Shared Data Performance Management

© 2012 IBM Corporation DB2 Data Sharing - Near Continuous Availability • IBM’s most reliable platform • Availability – Coupling facility duplexing – Sysplex Failure Manager – Automatic Restart Manager – HyperSwap • Serviceability – Rolling z/OS, DB2, coupling facility upgrades – Concurrent hardware maintenance/upgrades – Concurrent firmware upgrades – On-line DB2 utilities and schema changes

© 2012 IBM Corporation DB2 Data Sharing – Scalability • Parallel Sysplex – Share all resources – No partitioning or affinity – Automatically work on the fly • Architecture – Dedicated cluster hardware – Very fast sharing of data between nodes – Intelligent Resource Director and WLM • Very high transaction rates z/OS LPAR DB2 Cluster Hardware z/OS LPAR DB2 Cluster Hardware Cluster Hardware

© 2012 IBM Corporation Uma Visão dos Componentes de HW e SW dos Servidores IBM System z

© 2012 IBM Corporation z/OS – Centralized Deployment Model • Shared Everything – Network effects – Sharing of resources – Workload management – goal oriented – Multi-programming level • Impact – Total resource requirements – Server utilization – Performance/capacity mgt – Disaster recovery Data Layer User Interface Application Layer Data

© 2012 IBM Corporation Common z/OS Components Common z/OS Services Other Computers Transaction Managers (WebSphere) ( CICS ) ( IMS ) End User Interfaces (ISPF, TSO) (UNIX Shells) Database (DB2) Batch Jobs Administrator or Developer Business User Workload Management Workload Execution SNA TCP/IP Activity Reporting Storage Management Security Services

© 2012 IBM Corporation z/OS Workload Execution – High Level View Output Output Files Check Point z/OS Job Entry Subsystem Workload Execution (Base Control Program) Startup Info Master Scheduler Started Task Job Control Language Input Output Batch Job TSO or UNIX Shell Script Script

© 2012 IBM Corporation z/OS Workload Execution - UNIX System Services • Integrated into z/OS – UNIX APIs – Shells, daemons, file systems • Run UNIX apps under z/OS – Faster time to value • Exploit z/OS capabilities – Security – Recovery – Workload management – Activity recording z/OS Base Control Program z/OS UNIX System Services - 2000+ APIs / D D D F F F z/OS UNIX Shells POSIX Compliant Applications OMVS Process Mgt Other Daemons and Servers z/OS WLM z/OS Security Activity Recording z/OS Recovery File Systems • zFS • HFS • TFS z/OS TCP/IP WAS App Server Lotus Domino WAS MQ Others

© 2012 IBM Corporation System z and z/OS Security • Hardware – Encryption processors – Storage protection keys – EAL5 LPAR security rating • z/OS Features – Centralized security manager – Administrative roles / authorities – Integrated key management – No known viruses • All security breaches are treated as a severity 1 Protect information from unauthorized use, access, disclosure, disruption, modification, or destruction. Database Batch Jobs Transaction Managers Admin Interfaces Authorize Authenticate S E C U R I T Y M G R Authorized Program Facility Different administrative roles and security capabilities Key Management

© 2012 IBM Corporation Infraestrutura de Virtualização nos Sistemas IBM System z

© 2012 IBM Corporation System z - Virtualization z/OS LPAR System z – Virtualization Hardware & Shared I/O Hypervisor (PR/SM) z/VM LPAR Shared Memory Linux Linux z/VM z/OS LPAR z/VM LPAR Shared Memory Linux Linux zIIP zAAP ICF z/VM • 1966 : CP-40 • 1 to 1000s of guests • Shared memory • Can create multiple z/VM LPARs • Run z/VM under z/VM • Mainframe and non-mainframe disk attachment Overview • Hardware support for two Hypervisors • Virtualization capabilities built into the hardware • Virtual networks available for both Hypervisors • Shared or dedicated I/O • Mix all workload types on the same frame PR/SM • Introduced in 1988 • 1 to 60 LPARs • Part of every machine • Assigns dedicated memory • Designed for larger LPARs such as z/OS or z/VM • Includes specialty processors • EAL5 security rating

© 2012 IBM Corporation Brief History of z/VM Research projecting on developing a virtual machine CMS, minidisks 1965-1967 CP-40 64-bit Addressability Virtual LANs, HiperSockets, VSWITCH Fibre Channel support 2001-Present z/VM Queued Direct I/O FICON Channels, CMS Pipelines 1990-2000 VM/ESA 31-bit Addressability Mini-disk cache Start Interpretive Execution Instruction (SIE) 1983-1990 VM/XA Enhanced performance and memory addressability Preferred Machine Assist 1981-1990 VM/HPO REXX, Networking Utilities, Xedit, GCS Shared File Systems, Name Save Systems Discontiguous Saved Segments 1980-1990 VM/SP First IBM VM Product RSCS, Virtual Memory, VM under VM, Virtual Storage VM Assist Microcode 1972-1980 VM/370 Time sharing operating system Provide as open source – IBM Type III Library Trap and emulate – problem state/ supervisor state 1967-1972 CP-67 Additional Capacities Years Product

© 2012 IBM Corporation z/VM Basic Components • z/VM Control Program (CP) – z/VM Hypervisor – Schedules guests and virtualizes the hardware • Conversational Monitor System (CMS) – Lightweight interactive OS – Allows end users to run commands – Editors, commands, scripting languages, etc – Used by administrators and some service machines • Guests – Service machines – help other virtual machines – Linux and CMS guests to run application programs • Authorized guests can pass commands to CP z/VM Control Program System z CMS Linux

© 2012 IBM Corporation z/VM Virtual Machines System z Hardware Service Machines (similar to daemons) Guests C M S Z / V M L i n u x L i n u x L i n u x C M S L i n u x M A I N T V M R M T C P / I P T S M A C C O U N T I N G A U T O L O G 1 P E R F T O O L K I T … z/VM Control Program User Directory

© 2012 IBM Corporation System z Networking System z Ethernet Switch(s) z/VM LPAR Linux Guest NIC NIC Linux Guest NIC NIC z/VM Virtual Switch OSA z/OS LPAR OSA NIC NIC OSA (PR/SM) HiperSocket NIC Internal Networking • HiperSockets • z/VM Switch – between guests • Shared OSA External Networking • Dedicated OSA • z/VM Switch controlled OSA • Shared OSA

© 2012 IBM Corporation Linux on System z • Linux on z is: – Not a special Linux – A user of all resources of a mainframe – Not a replacement for any other System z OS • Access to System z specific hardware – Cryptographic cards – Traditional and open I/O subsystems – OSA Adapters and HiperSockets • Linux on z is: – Novell / SuSE (Supported) – RedHat (Supported) – TurboLinux – Debian – And others… System z Hardware IBM Developed Code Linux Kernel IBM Developed Code GNU RTL GNU Bin Utils GNU Compiler Linux Applications

© 2012 IBM Corporation z/VM and Linux High Availability • Highly Reliable Environment – System z MTBF measured in decades – Most hardware and firmware upgrades can be done concurrently – z/VM is very mature (40+ years) • Clustering Software Examples – Tivoli System Automation for Multiplatform – Linux HA/Heartbeat (open source) – Linux Virtual Server (open source) • Middleware Cluster Examples – WebSphere ND or XD – DB2 HADR – Oracle RAC z/VM LPAR z/VM CP NIC NIC Linux NIC NIC Shared Disk z/VM LPAR Linux z/VM CP

© 2012 IBM Corporation IBM Consolidation Announcement Highlights • IBM Consolidation Effort – 3900 servers to 30 – z9 mainframes – 80% savings in annual energy usage – 85% savings in total floor space – Labor: 54% reduction – Software: 36% reduction – Improved availability and DR

© 2012 IBM Corporation zEnterprise – A Nova Família de Servidores Híbridos da IBM

© 2012 IBM Corporation 39 IBM zEnterprise System – What’s New? Embracing multi-platform, multi-operating environments with more management capability IBM zEnterprise 196 (z196) Operational Controls enhanced with auto-discovery and configuration support for storage resources Extending management functions with programmatic access (APIs) Improved Network Monitoring Load balancing to load balance traffic across virtual servers Performance improvements for High Performance FICON for zEnterprise (zHPF) Updated GDPS® disaster recovery support for zEnterprise environment xDR extension to support z/VSE® And much more ….

zEnterprise Unified Resource Manager IBM zEnterprise™ 196 (z196) and zEnterprise 114 (z114) Now supporting AIX® 7.1 and Microsoft® Windows® 2008 R2 plus more releases of Linux® on IBM System x® New optional 1 Gpbs dedicated network to server Additional optics to BladeCenter Chassis New DataPower® XI50z firmware support zEnterprise Unified Resource Manager zEnterprise BladeCenter Extension (zBX) zEnterprise BladeCenter® Extension (zBX)

© 2012 IBM Corporation Putting zEnterprise System to the Task Use the smarter solution to improve your application design System z Hardware Management Console (HMC) with Unified Resource Manager zBX Select IBM Blades Blade HW Resources Optimizers DataPower XI50z z HW Resources z/OS Support Element Linux on System z z/VM Private High Speed Data Network IEDN Private Management Network INMN Unified Resource Manager Private data network (IEDN) Customer Network Customer Network System z Host Linux on System x AIX on POWER7 DataPower XI50z Blade Virtualization Blade Virtualization System z PR/SM z/TPF z/VSE Linux on System z Windows on System x Blade Virtualization

© 2012 IBM Corporation 41 Select IBM Blades Blade HW Resources Optimizers DataPower XI50z z HW Resources z/OS z/VM Unified Resource Manager Private data network (IEDN) Customer Network Customer Network System z Host AIX on POWER7 DataPower XI50z System z PR/SM z/TPF z/VSE Linux on System z Blade Virtualization Blade Virtualization Open Storage SAN Linux on System z Linux on System x or Windows Install new POWER7 blade in zBX zBX Support Element System z Hardware Management Console (HMC) with Unified Resource Manager HMC HMC Auto-discover and verify the blade is supported by zEnterprise Service updates Updates sent over service network to POWER7 blades and to z196 Error on POWER7 blade sent over service network to SE SE sends out contact for IBM support IBM support Putting zEnterprise System to the Task Operational Controls – POWER7 41 Service updates received at Support Element Private High Speed Data Network IEDN Private Management Network INMN Private Management Network (information only)

© 2012 IBM Corporation 42 Select IBM Blades Blade HW Resources Optimizers DataPower XI50z z HW Resources z/OS z/VM Unified Resource Manager Private data network (IEDN) Customer Network Customer Network System z Host AIX on POWER7 DataPower XI50z System z PR/SM z/TPF z/VSE Linux on System z Open Storage SAN Linux on System z Linux on System x or Windows Install new System x blade in zBX zBX Support Element System z Hardware Management Console (HMC) with Unified Resource Manager HMC HMC Service updates Updates sent over service network to System x blades and to z196 Error on System x blade sent over service network to SE IBM support Putting zEnterprise System to the Task Operational Controls – System x 42 Blade Virtualization Blade Virtualization Service updates received at Support Element Auto-discover and verify the blade is supported by zEnterprise SE sends out contact for IBM support Private High Speed Data Network IEDN Private Management Network INMN Private Management Network (information only)

© 2012 IBM Corporation 43 Putting zEnterprise System to the Task Performance Management Select IBM Blades Blade HW Resources Optimizers DataPower XI50z z HW Resources z/OS z/VM Unified Resource Manager Private data network (IEDN) Customer Network Customer Network System z Host AIX on POWER7 DataPower XI50z System z PR/SM z/TPF z/VSE Linux on System z Blade Virtualization Blade Virtualization Open Storage SAN Linux on System z Linux on System x or Windows zBX Support Element System z Hardware Management Console (HMC) with Unified Resource Manager HMC HMC Set a performance policy for those resources 43 USAGE If more resources are needed, more CPU can be added to the group to satisfy the business policy From the HMC you can define a group of resources together Private High Speed Data Network IEDN Private Management Network INMN Private Management Network (information only)

© 2012 IBM Corporation 44 Putting zEnterprise System to the Task Network Management z HW Resources z/OS z/VM Unified Resource Manager Private data network (IEDN) Customer Network Customer Network System z Host System z PR/SM z/TPF z/VSE Linux on System z Linux on System z Support Element System z Hardware Management Console (HMC) with Unified Resource Manager HMC HMC Select IBM Blades Blade HW Resources Optimizers DataPower XI50z AIX on POWER7 DataPower XI50z Blade Virtualization Blade Virtualization Linux on System x or Windows zBX Open Storage SAN zBX is installed 44 Communication between blades and z196 is established over these networks Two networks established – one for data (IEDN) and one for service (INMN) When the virtual server is defined communication is set up between the blade and the other virtual servers - including those on the z196 Private High Speed Data Network IEDN Private Management Network INMN Private Management Network (information only)

© 2012 IBM Corporation 45 Putting zEnterprise System to the Task Hypervisor Management and Virtual Server Management – POWER7 Select IBM Blades Blade HW Resources Optimizers DataPower XI50z z HW Resources z/OS z/VM Unified Resource Manager Private data network (IEDN) Customer Network Customer Network System z Host AIX on POWER7 DataPower XI50z System z PR/SM z/TPF z/VSE Linux on System z Blade Virtualization Blade Virtualization Open Storage SAN Linux on System z Linux on System x or Windows zBX Support Element System z Hardware Management Console (HMC) with Unified Resource Manager HMC HMC Once a new POWER7 blade installed and verified in zBX – the hypervisor is shipped to the blade over the service network (INMN) 45 User at HMC defines a workload – virtual servers, virtual LAN, virtual storage – which is managed as one virtualized resource Private High Speed Data Network IEDN Private Management Network INMN Private Management Network (information only)

© 2012 IBM Corporation 46 Putting zEnterprise System to the Task Hypervisor Management and Virtual Server Management – System x Select IBM Blades Blade HW Resources Optimizers DataPower XI50z z HW Resources z/OS z/VM Unified Resource Manager Private data network (IEDN) Customer Network Customer Network System z Host AIX on POWER7 DataPower XI50z System z PR/SM z/TPF z/VSE Linux on System z Blade Virtualization Open Storage SAN Linux on System z Linux on System x or Windows zBX Support Element System z Hardware Management Console (HMC) with Unified Resource Manager HMC HMC 46 Blade Virtualization User at HMC defines a workload – virtual servers, virtual LAN, virtual storage – which is managed as one virtualized resource Once a new System x blade installed and verified in zBX – the hypervisor is shipped to the blade over the service network (INMN) Private High Speed Data Network IEDN Private Management Network INMN Private Management Network (information only)

© 2012 IBM Corporation 47 Putting zEnterprise System to the Task Energy Management Select IBM Blades Blade HW Resources Optimizers DataPower XI50z z HW Resources z/OS Unified Resource Manager Private data network (IEDN) Customer Network Customer Network System z Host AIX on POWER7 DataPower XI50z System z PR/SM z/TPF z/VSE Linux on System z Blade Virtualization Blade Virtualization Open Storage SAN Linux on System z Linux on System x or Windows zBX Support Element System z Hardware Management Console (HMC) with Unified Resource Manager HMC HMC Query Max Potential Power to create a report of energy usage of blades and z196 Use Static Power Savings to reduce the power consumption of the z196 when full performance is not required Energy Monitoring creates a report on new dashboard with energy usage information 47 Power Save Mode can also be used to reduce the power consumption of POWER7 blades when full performance is not required CPU POWER7 blades z/VM z196 CPU Energy consumption Private High Speed Data Network IEDN Private Management Network INMN Private Management Network (information only)

© 2012 IBM Corporation • Supports the new zEC12 platform • Hosts PS701 and HX5 blades • Provides workload-awareness resource optimization • Enhancements to System Director support zBX • System z will continue to expand hybrid computing • zEC12 has the industry’s fastest superscalar chip with each core at 5.5 GHz • New innovation to drive availability with IBM zAware and Flash Express • Optimized for the corporate data serving environment • Hardware functions boost software performance for Java™, PL/I, DB2® IBM zEnterprise EC12 (zEC12) IBM zEnterprise Unified Resource Manager and zEnterprise BladeCenter® Extension (zBX) Mod 003 • IBM DB2 Analytics Accelerator (IDAA) allows deployment of business analytics on the same platform as operational applications • Analytics and OLTP can be run as the same workload Plus more flexibility and function by connecting to IDAA Introducing the newest members of the zEnterprise System family The zEnterprise EC12 and zEnterprise BladeCenter Extension Model 003

© 2012 IBM Corporation • Advanced Technology 5.5 GHz processor chip for performance boost for all workloads – Over 78,000 MIPS for large scale consolidation – Larger cache for data serving • Processor chip optimized for software performance – Advanced performance functions exploited by Java, PL/I, compilers, DB2 and more • Innovation to drive availability to superior levels – IBM zAware with out-of-band analytics provide point in time snap- shot of the current state of your business and can help you improve availability – FLASH Express and pageable large pages to drive availability and performance for critical workloads • Security and reliability are in our DNA – High speed cryptography integrated as part of the chip – Enhanced support for applications requiring data encryption, cryptographic keys and digital signing with new Crypto Express4S – PR/SM designed for EAL5+ certification Up to 25% Performance improvement over z196 uniprocessor1 Up to 50% Total capacity improvement over z196 M801 Up to 101 Configurable cores for client use 60 subcapacity settings Up to 3 TB RAIM memory IFL, zIIP, zAAP, ICFs & optional SAPs Environmental focus to improve data center efficiencies including new non raised floor option Upgradeable from IBM zEnterprise 196 (z196) and System z10® Enterprise Class (z10 EC™) zEC12 Machine Type: 2827 Models: H20, H43, H66, H89, HA1 1 Based on preliminary internal measurements and projections. Official performance data will be available upon announce and can be obtained online at LSPR (Large Systems Performance Reference) website at: https://www-304.ibm.com/servers/resourcelink/lib03060.nsf/pages/lsprindex?O penDocument . Actual performance results may vary by customer based on individual workload, configuration and software levels.

zEnterprise EC12 is the core of next generation System z

© 2012 IBM Corporation z10 EC z9 EC zSeries 990 zSeries 900 z196 * Servers exploit a subset of its designed I/O capability ** Up to 1 TB per LPAR PCI – Processor Capacity Index Balanced System CPU, nWay, Memory, I/O Bandwidth* 101-way Processors PCI for 1-way 1514 Memory 3 TB** System I/O Bandwidth 384 GB/Sec* zEC12 IBM System z: Design Comparison for High End Systems 80-way 64-way 54-way 32-way 16-way 1.5 TB** 512 GB 256 GB 64 GB 1202 920 600 450 300 288 GB/sec* 96 GB/sec 24 GB/sec 172.8 GB/sec*

© 2012 IBM Corporation z10 EC z196 zEC12 Configurable Engines Capacity • Compute intensive • Decimal Floating Point • zHPF • Preplanning enhancements • 100 new instructions • RAIM memory • PCIe I/O drawer • Optional offerings – water cooling or HV DC power • Specialty engines • Hybrid Computing – POWER7 & System x blades • Hybrid Computing – POWER7 and System x blades • zArchitecture enhancements • Focus on core strengths – scale, security, availability • Compiler optimized for zEC12 • Linux on System x and Microsoft Windows • DataPower XI50z • Linux on System x and Microsoft Windows • DataPower XI50z PureSystems IBM DB2 Analytics Accelerator (IDAA) with Netezza Think Inside the box! Think System z Qualities of Service! • Balanced performance growth – Across broad range of workloads – Scalable from 1 to 101 processors • LSPR: 1.25 x z196 – 32nm SOI technology – Improved core and cache designs • 1.5X z196 total capacity – 27 or 30 cores per MCM – 120 max cores (Model HA1) • Continued full-stack performance focus – New z/Architecture features – Compiler optimization for zEC12 zEC12 performance and scalability

© 2012 IBM Corporation IBM zEnterprise EC12 (zEC12) IBM zEnterprise BladeCenter Extension (zBX Model 003) IBM zEnterprise Unified Resource Manager IBM zEnterprise System - 2012 E D C B A Z

© 2012 IBM Corporation Each new range continues to deliver: • Unprecedented capacity to meet consolidation needs • Improved efficiency to further reduce energy consumption • Continues to delivering flexible and simplified on demand capacity • A mainframe that goes beyond the traditional paradigm PCI - Processor Capacity Index *z/OS supports up to a 100-way only System z Servers Continue to Scale with zEC12 z900 z/OS 1.6 z990 z/OS 1.6 z9 EC z/OS 1.6 z10 EC z/OS 1.8 Minimum PCI Maximum PCI z900 z990 z9 EC z10 EC z196 z/OS 1.11 zEC12 z196 zEC12 z/OS 1.13 20 engines 16-way 48 engines 32-way 64 engines 54-way 77 engines 64-way 96 engines 80-way 120 engines 101-way*

© 2012 IBM Corporation zEC12 Continues the CMOS Mainframe Heritage Begun in 1994 770 MHz 1.2 GHz 1.7 GHz 4.4 GHz 5.2 GHz 5.5 GHz 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 z900 z990 z9ec z10ec z196 zxxx 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 MHz/GHz 6000 2000 z900 189 nm SOI 16 Cores Full 64-bit z/Architecture 2003 z990 130 nm SOI 32 Cores Superscalar Modular SMP 2005 z9 EC 90 nm SOI 54 Cores System level scaling 2012 zEC12 32 nm SOI 101 Cores OOO and eDRAM cache improvements PCIe Flash Arch extensions for scaling 2010 z196 45 nm SOI 80 Cores OOO core eDRAM cache RAIM memory zBX integration 2008 z10 EC 65 nm SOI 64 Cores High-freq core 3-level cache

© 2012 IBM Corporation • Machine Type – 2827 • 5 Models – H20, H43, H66, H89 and HA1 • Processor Units (PUs) – 27 (30 for HA1) PU cores per book – Up to 16 SAPs per system, standard – 2 spares designated per system – Dependant on the H/W model - up to 20, 43, 66,89, 101 PU cores available for characterization – Sub-capacity available for up to 20 CPs • Memory – RAIM Memory design – System Minimum of 32 GB – Up to 768 GB per book – Up to 3 TB for System and up to 1 TB per LPAR Flash Express • I/O – 6 GBps I/O Interconnects – carry forward only – Up to 48 PCIe interconnects per System @ 8 GBps each – Up to 4 Logical Channel Subsystems (LCSSs) • Up to 3 Sub-channel sets per LCSS zEC12 Overview

© 2012 IBM Corporation 2458-003 • Machine Type/Model • 002458-003 • Racks – Up to 4 (B, C, D and E) • Chassis – Up to 2 per rack • Blades (Maximum 112 single width blades in 4 racks) – Customer supplied POWER7 Blades (0 to 112) – Customer supplied IBM System x Blades (0 to 56) – DataPower XI50z, M/T 2462-4BX (0 to 28 – double width) • Management Firmware – Unified Resource Manager • Top of Rack (TOR) Switches - 4 – 1000BASE-T intranode management network (INMN) – 10 GbE intraensemble data network (IEDN) – GbE IEDN for customer network • Network and I/O Modules in the BladeCenter – 1000BASE-T and 10 GbE modules – 8 Gb Fibre Channel (FC) connected to customer supplied disks zBX Overview

© 2012 IBM Corporation A History of Enterprise Security • Hardware Cryptography: 1970 • RACF: controls access to resources and applications: 1976 • Key management built into operating system (ICSF): 1991 • Distributed Key Management System (DKMS) (1990’s) • Intrusion Detection Services (IDS): 2001 • z/OS PKI Services: create digital certificates & act as Certificate Authority (CA) – 2002 • Multilevel Security (MLS): 2004 • Encryption Facility for z/OS: 2005 • TS1120 Encrypting Tape Drive: 2006 • LTO4 Encrypting Tape Drive: 2007 • Agreement with Certicom: 2008 • Tivoli Encryption Key Lifecycle Manager: 2009 • Self-Encrypting Disk Drives, DS8000: 2009 • System z10 CPACF Protected Key Support: 2009 • Crypto Express3 Crypto Coprocessor: 2009 • System z196 with additional CPACF encryption modes: 2010 • System zEC12 with Public Key Cryptography Standards IBM has been providing Security & Encryption Solutions for over 30 years…

© 2012 IBM Corporation ! " ! # " $ % $ & ' ( ' ! " & & ) $ * + , + - , , + ! ! / 0 , ! & & ! & & ! ' ! " - $ ' / ! 0 / + $ & ' " $ $ " 1 % " " & . LDAP ' 0 ! 2 0 ! " 3 4 5 + - ! ! # 2 6 & 78 / " & 9 9 7' 9 . ! # " $ * # " * ! + - " : # ! 0 / 0 5 ! " . DKMS DKMS TKLM ; & 8 & < : + . 78 = 0 # 8 & * 78 Compliance and Audit Extended Enterprise Platform Infrastructure Data Privacy Elements of the System z Enterprise Security Hub

© 2012 IBM Corporation Co Core System z Core System z Foundational Foundational capabilities capabilities GDPS GDPS Resiliency Resiliency Flash Express Flash Express Improves Improves Availability Availability IBM IBM zAware zAware System System Diagnostics and Diagnostics and Trend Analysis Trend Analysis Predictive Predictive Failure Failure Analysis Analysis Removes availability lapses due to transitional states and delivers exploitation of pageable large pages Detects sick but not dead problems Diagnoses unusual problems, spots deviations from normal processing Reduces disruption with highly resilient solution Run Time Run Time Diagnostics Diagnostics Reads OPERLOG looking for critical messages Processor/memory sparing, parallel sysplex, storage protection, concurrent maintenance, I/O pathing, etc. System z Availability

© 2012 IBM Corporation • Identify messages indicating a possible z/OS incident is happening – Which image is behaving abnormally? • Examines unique messages • High score generated by – unusual messages or message patterns – When did this unusual behavior start? – For a selected 10 minute interval either the current 10 minute interval or past intervals • Which message ids are unusual? • How often did the message occur? • When did the message start to occur? – Were similar messages issued in the past? • Similar characteristics, Same pattern? • After a change has been made – Are unusual messages being issued following changes ?

New software levels (operating system, middleware , applications) Updated system settings / system configurations • When diagnosing the cause of an intermittent problem Are new unusual messages being issued in advance of the problem? Are more messages issued then expected? Are messages issued out of normal pattern or context? Unusual situations Abnormalities Trends Finds Anomalies that would be Hard to Detect Vertical bar shows the number of unique messages in a 10 minute interval Scoring of messages color coded from common (blue) to rare (orange) How can IBM zAware Improve Problem Determination?

© 2012 IBM Corporation HiperSockets OSA (for data from other servers) LPAR zEC12 Host 1 IBM zAware Host Partition Web Server Analytics z/OS operlog LOGGER Data Transport z/OS operlog LOGGER Data Transport HiperSockets OSA (for data from other servers) LPAR EC12/z196/z114 Host 2 z/OS operlog LOGGER Data Transport z/OS operlog LOGGER Data Transport z/OS operlog LOGGER Data Transport Results Models Data Retrieval Manage IBM zAware Firmware partition (similar to CF) File System IBM zAware GUI Customer network Persistent Storage Control IBM zAware-specific knobs via IBM zAware GUI z/OSMF View IBM zAware results IP Tunnel A closer look inside IBM zAware IBM zAware itself uses an LPAR. This will reduce the number of LPARs available for customer use Note: z/OS 1.13 plus PTFs or higher for monitored client

© 2012 IBM Corporation The Gold Standard for mission critical enterprise applications and secure, scalable data serving The most efficient platform for large scale application consolidation For new and existing Blade workloads with affinity to data and applications hosted on z/OS Single function processors operating in conjunction with workloads on DB2 on z/OS z/OS Linux on System z AIX, Windows and Linux on Blades Dedicated Workload optimizers and appliances IBM zEnterprise: Designed to Host your Critical Workloads

© 2012 IBM Corporation Relação Custo/Benefício na Plataforma IBM System z

© 2012 IBM Corporation Serial Number Upgrades - Pay for Incremental Capacity • Central processors • Memory • I/O cages • Specialty engines Note: An upgrade must cover minimum infrastructure costs.

© 2012 IBM Corporation System z - Software Licensing • Monthly License Charge (MLC) – Similar to lease - includes maintenance and release upgrades – Charged by monthly service units (MSU) at a declining rate – Options for Parallel Sysplex aggregation, workload usage, and selected new workloads such as WAS, SAP, Domino, PeopleSoft, or Siebel are available • One Time Charge (OTC) – Non-expiring license – most based on value units – Optional annual subscription and support provides future releases & versions – Many z/OS tools use this method • Passport Advantage – On time charge licensing based upon processor value units (PVU) – Subscription and support provides future releases & versions – Licensing method used for most Linux on z software

© 2012 IBM Corporation Linux on System z – Continual Cost Improvements Costs have declined with each generation while increasing qualities of service 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1.0 z9 2005 $ / MIP $ / MIP z9 z10 z196 $ / GB Memory $ / GB Memory z9 z10 z196 PVU / MIP PVU / MIP 0.0 z9=1 z10 2008 z196 2010 79% 81% 44%

© 2012 IBM Corporation The Future Runs on System z • 45 years of investment protection • Runs modern workloads as well as legacy • Wide range of application demands • "Greenest" server in your datacenter • IBM’s most reliable hardware platform • Ability to drive very high utilization – fully utilizing the asset • Secure, scalable, and self optimizing • Rapid provisioning of new virtual servers • Supports standard Linux distributions - no differences to end users

© 2012 IBM Corporation System z Community • A growing ISV community – Over 5,000 applications – Over 2,800 Linux applications – Over 1,400 ISVs • Academic initiative – 550 schools – Over 50,000 students – 29 courses – Access to mainframes • Reach out to the community – Roundtables – clients, schools, ISVs, and business partners – Mainframe contests – run in 13 countries with 1,956 schools • Support – Skills Help Desk + over 200 z IBM Mainframe ambassadors – Faculty education seminars, awards, and education coupons Growing Academic Initiative Students Taught Schools in Program YE2003 YE2004 YE2005 YE2006 YE2007 4Q2008

© 2012 IBM Corporation System z No Frills, Just Facts (1 of 2) System z is designed to deliver application availability up to 99.999%, which equates to approximately five minutes of downtime in a year on average. The cost per user over a 5 year period for the mainframe is half of running on distributed PC’s. The mainframe was the first IBM server platform to announce support for Linux and can run over a thousand virtual Linux images on one frame the size of a refrigerator. Linux on the mainframe has already grown to approximately 20% of mainframe capacity shipped. 80% of world’s corporate data resides or originates on mainframes. Since 2000, the mainframe has captured 17 points of market share in the high-end server category according to IDC.

2/3 of business transactions for U.S. retail banks run directly on mainframes. Source: http://w3.ibm.com/news/w3news/top_stories/2007/06/americas_blackberry_z.htm l

© 2012 IBM Corporation There are more than 1300 ISVs running on System z today. More than 275 ISVs sell over 800 Linux applications on System z. Mainframes act as a centralized repository of encryption keys to facilitate security management. Each Crypto Express 2 feature can handle up to 6,000 Secure Sockets Layer handshakes per second, which equates to up to 48,000 SSL handshakes per second with eight of these in a z9 box. 66% of mainframe capacity shipped today comprises of "new workloads" including Linux, WebSphere, SAP and other leading enterprise business applications.

The IBM mainframe experienced 28% growth in capacity year over year in Q4 2005, the largest revenue gain for the mainframe since it came roaring back in Q4 1998, with the largest shipment of capacity in history. 25 of the top 25 worldwide banks, 23 of the top 25 U.S. retailers, and 9 of the top 10 global life/health insurance providers run on System z. 64% of Fortune 500 (U.S.), 45% of Fortune 1000 (U.S.), and 71% of Fortune Global 500 are System z clients. System z No Frills, Just Facts (2 of 2) Source: http://w3.ibm.com/news/w3news/top_stories/2007/06/americas_blackberry_z.htm l

© 2012 IBM Corporation Referências

© 2012 IBM Corporation Introduction to the New Mainframe • Introduction to the New Mainframe: Networking – http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/sg246772.html?Open • Introduction to the New Mainframe: z/OS Basics – http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/sg246366.html?Open • Introduction to the New Mainframe: z/VM Basics – http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/sg247316.html?Open • Introduction to the New Mainframe: Security – http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/sg246776.html?Open • Introduction to the New Mainframe: Large-Scale Commercial Computing – http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/sg247175.html?Open

© 2012 IBM Corporation z/OS Links • ABCs of z/OS System Programming Volume 1 – http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/sg246981.html?Open • ABCs of z/OS System Programming Volume 2 – http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/sg246982.html?Open • ABCs of z/OS System Programming Volume 3 – http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/sg246983.html?Open • ABCs of System Programming Volume 4 – http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/sg245654.html • ABCs of z/OS System Programming Volume 5 – http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/sg246985.html?Open • ABCs of z/OS System Programming Volume 6 – http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/sg246986.html?Open • ABCs of z/OS System Programming Volume 7 – http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/sg246987.html?Open

© 2012 IBM Corporation z/OS Links • ABCs of z/OS System Programming Volume 8 – http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/sg246988.html?Open • ABCs of z/OS System Programming Volume 9 – http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/sg246989.html?Open • ABCs of z/OS System Programming Volume 10 – http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/sg246990.html?Open • ABCs of z/OS System Programming Volume 11 – http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/sg246327.html?Open • ABCs of z/OS System Programming Volume 12 – http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/redpieces/abstracts/sg247621.html?Open • ABCs of z/OS System Programming Volume 13 – http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/sg247717.html?Open

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