Pläne für OpenVMS V8.4

OpenVMS Strategy and Futures
with OpenVMS your future is secure
Shobha Benakatti, Director OpenVMS
June 22, 2010
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OpenVMS: Moving Strongly Into It’s 4th
Decade
OpenVMS profile
What’s New with OpenVMS?
OpenVMS V8.4
HP Converged Infrastructure, New
Integrity Server and OpenVMS
Investment Strategy & Roadmap
OpenVMS Customer Program &
Integrity Adoption
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OpenVMS
OpenVMS Profile
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HP OpenVMS Mission Critical & Secure
Computing
Hundreds of thousands of systems installed, millions of users
OpenVMS provides
core IT infrastructure for:
World’s largest CPU chip manufacturer
Mobile telecom billing systems
scaling to millions of users
Prominent futures and derivative
exchanges worldwide
Majority of automated lottery systems
Major hospitals
Government offices worldwide
demanding security & high availability
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“We connect the largest professional foreign
exchange trading community in the world, so we
need to ensure our technology remains leading
edge and resilient. HP OpenVMS on HP
Integrity systems has given us the trading
infrastructure necessary to continue delivering the
high level of service our customers expect.”
Rob Perez
Head of FX Development
ICAP Electronic Broking
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“We can’t allow much more than five minutes of
downtime, which is why we have always relied
on HP OpenVMS due to its reliability, fault
tolerance, and proven robust clustering
capabilities.”
Kay Belke
Software Engineer
Fraport AG (Frankfurt Airport)
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“OpenVMS on Integrity servers provides a stable
and reliable platform for our customers’ missioncritical environments. OpenVMS also maximizes
security and minimizes system administration, so
our customers can focus on optimizing their
manufacturing, assembly, material flow, and other
processes—instead of maintaining their process
control systems.”
Günther Adelwoehrer
General Manager
ABF-Industrielle Automation GmbH
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“Our experience with the OpenVMS operating
system is that it is incredibly stable and reliable,
and it supports the uptimes we need for a critical
system. Then we saw that moving to HP integrity
servers would save operating costs, data center
space, and give us better performance, reliability,
and headroom for the future – there really was no
downside.”
Andrew O’Connor
Systems Engineering and Operations Manager
UK National Health Services Blood & Transplant
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“We started using OpenVMS back in the 1980s
because of its high availability. Today,
OpenVMS offers advanced features like volume
shadowing between nodes to synchronously
replicate data between sites and storage arrays –
capabilities like this still don’t exist in other
operating systems available today.”
Ian Gray
Technical Director
Savant
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Recent Deployments & Migrations to HP Integrity
– Major retail chain owned insurance company chose OpenVMS
– Leading Asian stock exchange adopted OpenVMS for their new
trading platform
– Large telecom operator in South America migrated to
OpenVMS on Integrity
– Prominent insurance company in Canada migrated from Alpha to
Integrity
– Major online medical prescription provider migrated to
OpenVMS on Integrity
– Leading bank in Europe adopted Integrity
– Major federal establishment deployed integrity blades
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What’s New on
OpenVMS?
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New Releases
20+ Product
Updates
OpenVMS v8.4
Field Test
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•
•
•
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RTR v5.2
ABS v4.5
CIFS v1.1, CIFS v1.2
OpenView Operations Agent V8.6
many more…
• Largest Field Test Ever : 250+ beta customers
OpenVMS V8.4 Field Test Survey Results
Overall experience with OpenVMS V8.4 Field
Test
35%
3% 0%
37%
25%
Completely Satisfied
Very Satisfied
Satisfied
Upgrade Plans
Field Test (FT) Sites
“Fairly
Largest painless
Field Test upgrade”
Ever : 250+ beta customers
“It
wason
theentry-level
same butsystems,
better”~20% on high90% of FT sites plan to upgrade to v8.4
~70%
“Cluster
over IP (yeah! finally ! You made my network guys happy!!!)”
end systems
"I have been testing OpenVMS and HPVM since release XBW8 … Everything works
like expected. No difference when running on physical or virtual servers. OpenVMS
27% of field
sites plan
to deploy
Topkeeps
Features
Tested with Oracle Rdb and DECforms,
just
on running
notest
changes
required
at all. Our
• IPCIthis autumn is to replace 95% of all physical
OpenVMS
as development
HPVM guest in
goal
test and
systems with
• Data compression with backup
development
or
production
environment
blade servers running HPVM to create a dynamic environment that can adapt to our
• Shadowing with 6-member shadowsets
needs."
• HPVM
- IT Manager, A large European global furniture retail company
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ISV, Partners and Integrity Adoption
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ISV & Partner
Ecosystem
• 1500+ OpenVMS applications available on HP
Integrity
• Over 90% of ISVs with OpenVMS applications
have migrated to HP Integrity
Integrity
Adoption Up
• HP Integrity adoption continues to be strong
• Migrations to HP Integrity span all industries
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Open Source Enablement
We heard you
• Availability of Open Source application on OpenVMS , Version lag
• Effort to Port Open Source applications to OpenVMS and support them
• Community Engagement
Provide Hardware / Software
resources to the Community to
Port/Test/host Open Source
applications on OpenVMS
• Hardware made available
Work with Open Source
foundations/teams to support
OpenVMS as a platform
• Porting guide published
UNIX portability framework
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• Request from 26
community in the first
month
• Freeware CD restructuring
and Web enablement
• GNV - upgrade for existing
components, new
components (m4, autoconf)
Open Source Enablement
We heard you
• Availability of Open Source application on OpenVMS , Version lag
• Effort to Port Open Source applications to OpenVMS and support them
• Community Engagement
Provide Hardware / Software
resources
the Community to
ComingtoSoon:
Port/Test/host Open Source
applications
on OpenVMS
New enhanced
GNV 3.0 on SourceForge.net
• Hardware made available
Newer
Open
Source
products on OpenVMS
Work
with
Open
Source
foundations/teams
• Ruby on Railsto support
OpenVMS as a platform
• GNV update: Findutils, coreutils, ksh
• Porting guide published
• Request from 26
community in the first
month
• Freeware CD restructuring
and Web enablement
• GNV - upgrade for existing
Collaboration with Universities and Student community
components, new
UNIX portability framework
components (m4, autoconf)
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OpenVMS Customer Program – Recent Events
– US Technical Update Days
•
Conducted in Chicago, Dallas, Washington and New York
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Close to 200 customers and partners attended the TUD
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In-depth Technical sessions for two days
– Webinars – Engineering, Partner Delivered
– User Group events in various cities
– Connect – Feb’10 was OpenVMS Month
– HP European premium event Tech@Work at Frankfurt
– Enterprise Business customer Summit at Goa, India
– Upcoming Events
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•
HP Connect Boot camp at Boston
•
OpenVMS TUD in Europe
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OpenVMS Marketing
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Gartner Report on OpenVMS
“Best Practices: Migration Planning for Alpha Server Users”
Gartner ID: G00164706
Close to 1200 downloads
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Introducing
OpenVMS V8.4
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Foundation of OpenVMS
For 30+ years, these blocks have stood as the foundation of OpenVMS
Scalability
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Minimal
TCO
Security
Quality,
Stability,
Reliability
High
Availability,
Disaster
Tolerance
Enhancements in OpenVMS v8.4
Virtualization
AVAILABILITY
Clustering – IP Cluster Interconnect (IPCI)
Availability
 Increased shadow member sets
up to 6 disks
 Enables continued operations
even when you loose 1 out 2 or
2 out of 3 sites
Hardware and Storage
Security and Performance
 Upgrade to newer storage
without downtime
System and Server Management
 Faster copy and merge
operations
Application Development, Migration,
and ISV Support
Open Source
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Enhancements in OpenVMS v8.4
Virtualization
HARDWARE
Clustering – IP Cluster Interconnect (IPCI)
 Reduced TCO productivity with
newer faster hardware
 Basic pre-enablement of new
HP Integrity server systems.
Support enabled via patch
Availability
Hardware and Storage
 vKVM, VMedia support
Security and Performance
System and Server Management
Application Development, Migration,
and ISV Support
Open Source
 Sound card support on
Integrity, limited
 USB enhancements
 Support for new storage array,
controllers, network
 2TB volume support
 Backup enhancements –
compression, 2TB support
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Enhancements in OpenVMS v8.4
Virtualization
SECURITY
Clustering – IP Cluster Interconnect (IPCI)
Availability
 OS Digital Signature Support
 FTP over SSL
Hardware and Storage
Security and Performance
System and Server Management
Application Development, Migration,
and ISV Support
Open Source
 Active Directory (LDAP) Auth
Support
 DECnet over IP over SSH
 SSL, Kerboros, CDSA refresh
PERFORMANCE
 Integrity RAD support
 Packet Processing Engine
support in TCP/IP
 General performance
improvements
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Enhancements in OpenVMS v8.4
Virtualization
SYSTEM & SERVER MANAGEMENT
Clustering – IP Cluster Interconnect (IPCI)
Availability
Hardware and Storage
Security and Performance
 HP Management Suite to
manage enhancements of
physical, logical, and virtual
resources
 Provisioning full installation
using HP Systems Insight
Manager (SIM)
 InfoServer on EFI Drivers
System and Server Management
Application Development, Migration,
and ISV Support
Open Source
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 Common management tools
eases management and
enables non-OpenVMS
administrators to manage
systems
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Enhancements in OpenVMS v8.4
Virtualization
APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT
Clustering – IP Cluster Interconnect (IPCI)
Availability
 Unix portability enhancements –
Symlinks, Semaphores, UTF8
 Ease porting from Opensource
Hardware and Storage
Security and Performance
System and Server Management
 Make it easier for UNIX
developers to program on
OpenVMS
 Utilities enhancements
Application Development, Migration,
and ISV Support
Open Source
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Enhancements in OpenVMS v8.4
Virtualization
OPEN SOURCE
Clustering – IP Cluster Interconnect (IPCI)
 GNV Update
Availability
 Stunnel v4.2
 GnuPG
Hardware and Storage
 SNORT
Security and Performance
System and Server Management
Application Development, Migration,
and ISV Support
Open Source
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Cluster Using IP Cluster Interconnect (IPCI)
GBE Switch
GBE Switch
w.x.y.z1
Node
East2
InterSite
Link /
WAN /
IP
Services
Node
East1
w.x.y.z2
GBE Switch
Node
West2
Node
West1
a.b.c.d2
GBE Switch
• Nodes East1, East2, West1, West2 can be part of the same or different LAN for
cluster communications using IPCI
• East1 and West2 have a Virtual Circuit (VC). VC consists of IP channels for SCS traffic.
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Cluster Using IP Cluster Interconnect (IPCI)
No more specialized equipment for multi-site
clusters
GBE Switch
GBE Switch
Decreased cost of deployment for multi-site
cluster
w.x.y.z1
Leverage technology advances in TCP/IP
Interseamlessly
Node
East2
Site
Link /
WAN /
IP
Services
Node
East1
w.x.y.z2
GBE Switch
Node
West2
Node
West1
a.b.c.d2
GBE Switch
• Nodes East1, East2, West1, West2 can be part of the same or different LAN for
cluster communications using IPCI
• East1 and West2 have a Virtual Circuit (VC). VC consists of IP channels for SCS traffic.
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OpenVMS as Guest Virtual Machine (VM)
App1
App1
OpenVMS Guest OS
HP-UX Guest OS
Windows Guest OS
VM 1
VM 2
VM 3
App1
App2
Integrity VM
HP-UX
Hardware
Memory I/O
I/O
I/O
Optimum Utilization Across Multiple OSs
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• Guest As Applications
• Dynamic Resource
Allocation
•Consolidation
of
• OS Fault & Security
T&D environments
Isolation
••Increased
Heterogeneous
Guests (OpenVMS,
Resource
Utilization
HPUX, Linux,
•Disaster
Windows)Recovery
•setup
Any Integrity
Hardware, Blade, or
nPar
OpenVMS V8.4 Operating Environment’s
FOE
Base OE
• DECram
• OpenVMS
Management Station
EOE
•
•
•
•
Availability Mgr
OVPA
RMS Journaling
Volume Shadowing
MCOE
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GWLM (new)
Highly
Available
OE
Key Milestones OpenVMS V8.4
– Launching today !!!
– Shipping: June 29th 2010
– New Integrity Blade Servers Enablement (Update Kit) available
27-Aug-2010
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Contact you sales rep.
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HP Converged
Infrastructure,
New Integrity Server,
and OpenVMS
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IT SPRAWL IS TAKING BUSINESS
PERFORMANCE TO THE BREAKING POINT
70% captive in operations
and maintenance
• Rigid & aging infrastructure
• Application & information complexity
• Inflexible business processes
Business innovation throttled to
30%
• Time to revenue
SUN
Netra
IBM
SPARC
Solaris
BladeCenter
System x VSphere JAVA
SAP ERP
AIX
VirtualBox
Director EXCHANGE SERVER
XenServer
ORACLE DATABASEMainframe
COMVERSE
JBOSS
DB2
LOTUS
SONAS
VirusScan
NETAPP RHEL
SQL SERVER
Veritas FAS SnapManager
SAS
JD EDWARDS
WEBSPHERE
SIEBEL
SANscreen SnapVault
NetWare
Windows Server
HP
SnapMirror CISCO
Proliant
Integrity
DELL
Catalyst EMC
BladeSystem Matrix MYSQL Vmware ESX IOS
Cellera
Nexus
PowerVault PowerEdge StorageWorks PEOPLESOFT
Connectrix
UCS
TIVOLI PRIMERGY VFrame
Documentum
EqualLogic SLES
SYBASE
Ionix
IronPort
FUJITSU
HITACHI
ScanSafe
Symmetrix
PowerConnect
USP-V
ETERNUS
CLARiioN
AMS SMS
PRIMEQUEST
SHAREPOINT
UDS
BladeSymphony
• Cost of lost time, effort, opportunity
• 35 Unpredictable
business cycles
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Source: HP research
THE DATA CENTER OF THE FUTURE WILL BE
BUILT ON CONVERGED INFRASTRUCTURE
Storage
Servers
HP
Converged
Infrastructure
Power & cooling
Network
Management software
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HP CONVERGED INFRASTRUCTURE
A blueprint for the data center
Eliminates silos and integrates technologies
into pools of interoperable resources.
Built on industry
standards and choice
The result:
Delivers a new level of simplicity, integration, and
automation to accelerate outcomes that matter:
• Faster Time to Revenue
• Lower Costs of acquisition and implementation
• Flexibly respond to business changes
• Lower Risks
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Delivering the data
center of the future
THE DATA CENTER OF THE FUTURE
Common Modular
Infrastructure
Sea of Sensors
Virtual Connect
Common Management
Business Technology
Optimization Software
Value Add Services
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ONLY HP CAN BRING IT ALL TOGETHER
Intellectual property
Open integration
Portfolio
Partner ecosystem
Expertise
to deliver the way you want
In-house
Outsourced
Existing infrastructure
Desktop to NonStop, Corporate net to Internet
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via Cloud
Unified Blade Architecture From X86 To Superdome
Simplify by consolidating applications on a common platform
BladeSystem
Matrix
Integrity Systems
ProLiant
NEW
2s 4s
NEW
NEW
Integrity
NonStop
BladeSystem
Superdome 2
enclosure
Superdome
cell blade
8s
NEW
c3000
Integrity
NonStop
c7000
Blades
Intel and AMD x86
Enclosures
2-64s
Train once, certify once, deploy once
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Up to 4,096 nodes
OpenVMS & CI
– Unified Blade Architecture Supported
•
Support for BL8x0c-i2 support coming Aug-10
– Flex fabrics
•
Scalable blade links support
•
Virtual connect and Flex-10 coming soon
– Common management
•
Support for Insight control: HPSIM IPM
•
Support for Insight Dynamics VSE
– Support for OpenView Performance Analyzer, Operations
Manager
– Comprehensive Mission Critical Services for OpenVMS
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OpenVMS Running on BL8x0c-i2 Servers Performance Highlights
BL8x0c-i2 servers architected for high performance
OpenVMS
Support Coming
Aug’10
• Increased number and faster cores/socket, better memory and interconnect
technology
• Memory intensive applications benefit from low latency and high bandwidth
architecture
• Higher IO bandwidth and throughput resulting from new IO architecture of New
Integrity servers
• More headroom for CPU, Memory and IO intensive workloads with improved
response time
Upto 2x performance improvement* with New Integrity servers
running OpenVMS
• Test have shown a 2x improvement* with Database and Java Workloads
• Some workloads with hyper-thread enabled demonstrate upto 4x improvements*
• Better scaling
* Initial Tests at OpenVMS Lab
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Rdb Performance
Rdb Performance Load Tests (BL890c-i2, OpenVMS V8.4)
Rdb Performance
Rdb Performance
(Less is Better)
(More is Better)
300
1
250
0.8
sec/txn
TPS
200
150
100
0.4
0.2
50
0
0
rx8640 (1.60GHz/12.0MB)
0.6
BL890c-i2 (1.60GHz/6.0MB)
rx8640 (1.60GHz/12.0MB)
BL890c-i2 (1.60GHz/6.0MB)
• Test runs a load with100 jobs of 100000 txns/job, DB on local disks
(single)
• BL890c i2 performs 2x better than rx8640
The Transaction Per Second (TPS) is 2x
• The sec/transaction is reduced to half in i2 server
•
• Rdb takes advantage of hyper-threading on i2 servers
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Apache Performance
Apache Bench Tests (BL860c-i2, OpenVMS V8.4)
Bandwidth
Throughput
(More is better)
( More is Better)
250
(Less is Better)
800
200
120
100
600
100
80
Load
150
load
Load
Time Taken (sec)
400
200
50
0
60
40
20
0
0
BL860c (1.59GHz/9.0MB)
BL860c (1.59GHz/9.0MB)
BL860c (1.59GHz/9.0MB)
BL860c-i2 (1.73GHz/6.0MB)
BL860c-i2 (1.73GHz/6.0MB)
BL860c-i2 (1.73GHz/6.0MB)
– Configuration Details
•
OpenVMS 8.4
•
Apache 2.1-1 with ECO2 , Apache Bench 2.0.40-dev
– BL860c-i2 delivered 2x performance compared to BL860c
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JavaTM Workload Performance
Native Java Tests on OpenVMS 8.4
Java Workload
140000
140000
120000
120000
100000
100000
Operation Rate
Operation Rate
Java Workload
80000
60000
40000
80000
60000
40000
20000
20000
0
0
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
8
18
9
10
BL870c i2 (1.60GHz/5.0MB)
rx6600 (1.59GHz/12.0MB)
– Java Workloads scale up better on i2 Servers
– Java Workloads are high CPU and Memory Intensive
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13
14
15
Threads
Threads
rx6600 (1.59GHz/12.0MB)
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BL870c i2 (1.60GHz/5.0MB)
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HP OpenVMS
Investment Areas
and
Roadmaps
These roadmaps are provided to you
solely for your convenience and are
updated approximately every 3
months. While it contains our current
plans, all information in the roadmaps is
subject to change without notice. HP
doesn't warrant that we'll introduce any
product or feature discussed in the
roadmap at any time, nor that the
information is accurate.
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HP OpenVMS v.Next
Solid foundation moving forward
Hardware
& Storage
System
& Server
Management
Security
Application
Virtualization
& Performance
Development,
Enhancements
Migration, &
ISV Support
Quality
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Open
Source
HP OpenVMS Software Roadmap
Continuously delivering mission-critical solutions for over 30 years!
2010
2012
OpenVMS v8.4 Integrity
and Alpha
OpenVMS
v8.4 Update
OpenVMS v.next
Virtualization
New Integrity
Rack support
New Integrity Systems
Manageability
Virtualization
Security
Performance & Scalability
Manageability
Virtual
Connect
Improved Disaster Tolerant
Clusters
New Integrity Blade servers
support (Update Kit)
Current Alpha & Integrity release
IPSEC
Improved
Manageability
In development
In planning
Continuously releasing new functionality
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OpenVMS Service Support Roadmap
2007
Alpha
2008
2009
2010
2011
v6.2x *
Prior Version Support guaranteed at least
through 2012 w/24 months prior expiration notice
v7.3-2 *
Prior Version Support guaranteed at least
through 2012 w/24 months prior expiration notice
v8.2
v8.3
v8.2-1
v8.3
v8.3-1H1
v8.4
2014
Extended Engineering Support available
w/24 months prior expiration notice
Standard Support
Standard Support
Extended Engineering Support available
w/24 months prior expiration notice
Standard Support
v8.4
Integrity
2013
2012
Extended Engineering Support available
w/24 months prior expiration notice
Standard Support
Standard Support
Standard Support
Extended Engineering Support available
w/24 months prior expiration notice
Extended Engineering Support available
w/24 months prior expiration notice
Standard Support
• Prior Version or Standard support will be provided on these versions at least through 2012.
** w/24 mo notice: A 24-month notification will be provided before support is ended.
Standard support ends when the 2nd subsequent release ships. HP supports the current version and one back.
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Extended
Engineering
Support will be available for additional cost. Future version shipment dates are estimates.
Dates and content subject to change without notice
OpenVMS Customer
Program
and
Integrity Adoption
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OpenVMS COMMUNITY ACROSS HP
OpenVMS
Profession
Marketing
Engineering
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Ambassadors
Business
Management
HP
Global
Service
BCS Sales
BCS Specialists
HP
Enterprise
Service
OpenVMS Customer Programs
Nourishing our strong relationships with Customers, Partners and ISV’s
– Enable Customers, Partners & ISVs
– Connect HP OpenVMS Experts to customers/partners on long term
basis
– Assist field deliver quality OpenVMS technical solutions
– Enable Developer & Solution Partner Program (DSPP www.hp.com/go/dspp )
– Close working with universities through EDU & Hobbyist program
– Access to HP Technologies through Customer Lab (similar to PTAC labs)
– Porting and Migration assistance
– Technical Consulting
– Privileged Technology Previews
– Connect with OpenVMS eco system
– Technical Update Days (TUD), Technology podcasts, Webinars –
Engineering & Partner Delivered, HP Connect, VMS Tech Journal,
OpenVMS.org
– Designed for both business and technical audience
– OpenVMS Ambassadors program
– Direct customer information shaping long term product development
– E-mail: OpenVMS.Programs@hp.com
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OpenVMS Customer Lab
– Do you need to know exactly how fast your OpenVMS application
will run on Integrity servers?
•
The OpenVMS Customer lab is the answer
– The perfect place to establish the proof points you need to size
your OpenVMS solutions on Integrity
– The Customer Lab personnel have already assisted hundreds of
Customers and Partners in migrating to Integrity
– For more info, please see
http://h71000.www7.hp.com/custlab/index.html
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“We managed to reach a max throughput of 3300 private car
insurance quotations per minute, each generating up to 50 Insurer
results totaling 165,000 complex calculations which is approximately
4 times the maximum load any of our live system currently reach.
The use of different hardware configurations (in the OpenVMS
Customer Lab) allowed us to test various deployment options and see
the effects of each, comparing single larger systems to multiple
smaller system configurations.
The HP OpenVMS customer lab sessions and the results thereof have
assisted CDL in gaining new clients and specifying system upgrades
for existing clients more accurately.
Robert Trueman
Senior IT Engineer
CDL Internet Services Ltd
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HP Integrity Servers with OpenVMS Provide a
Smooth Transition
Compiled approximately 500K lines of code, and had the
core applications running in around 6 hours
Flinders Medical
Center
Porting our 1.5 million lines of code to OpenVMS on Integrity
required no code changes at all
500,000 lines of Pascal code, only changing 5 lines of code
OpenVMS on Integrity servers provides a stable and reliable
platform for our customers’ mission-critical environments
Only modified 3% to 5% of code in migration to Integrity
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Highlights From Worldwide Customer Advocacy Survey*
We’re all about our customers!
Overall Satisfaction
2010
9.1
2008
9.0
2007
8.9
2006
8.9
OpenVMS continues to receives a high overall satisfaction rating
Top areas customers want OpenVMS to focus on going forward:
Top Open Source, System Management Tools, Development Tools and
Performance Enhancements
*
2006-2008: HP user group world wide survey
2010: HP Connect OpenVMS Customer Survey
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OpenVMS Fundamentals Training
HP Education - interactive, distance learning
HP OpenVMS customers can access OpenVMS Fundamentals training via new, interactive
distance learning program
Online courses are:
• Instructor led
• Pre-recorded
• Self paced
Includes OpenVMS simulated
environment for students to practice
Content is the same as that taught in
instructor-led version, u3716s
Offers a follow-on opportunity to access
HP Virtual Lab for hands-on practice in
fully configured OpenVMS environment,
with live mentoring from an OpenVMS
expert
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Full curriculum details on course
offerings, schedule, and registration at:
www.hp.com/learn/openvms
GETTING BETTER TECHFORUM OUTCOMES
KEY MISSION-CRITICAL SESSIONS
Session 3781: Mission Critical SuperSession:
New Integrity systems optimized for your mission critical converged infrastructure with
Martin Fink, SVP & GM Business Critical Systems
Tuesday 5PM, Islander ABC
Session 1457: HP BladeSystem Matrix for Integrity server blades
Session 2020: New Integrity Superdome 2
Session 1550: New Integrity Servers are Here
Session 1639: HP-UX continuous enhancement keeps HP ahead in the UNIX game
Session 1884: Launch, Strategy & Rdmap: With OpenVMS Your Future IS Secure
Session 2302: HP NonStop Products and Solutions Update
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GETTING BETTER TECHFORUM OUTCOMES
KEY MISSION-CRITICAL EXPO FLOOR DEMOS
HP Integrity Server For your Mission Critical Needs
Key Management for the Enterprise
HP Legacy Modernization Solutions
Mission Critical x86 Servers
Expand OpenVMS Options with Version 8.4
Mission-critical shared services
Modernize your applications with SOA
www.hp.com/go/Integrity
www.hp.com/go/CI
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GETTING BETTER TECHFORUM OUTCOMES
Key OpenVMS sessions at HPTF that you should not miss!
Launch, Strategy and Roadmap: With OpenVMS Your Future IS Secure
OpenVMS Clusters
Shobha
Benakatti
Keith Parris
Disaster Tolerance and Disaster Recovery with OpenVMS
Keith Parris
Best Practices for OpenVMS System Management for the 21st Century
Brad McCusker
System management on OpenVMS
Mandar Chitale
Using Free Tools to Analyze OpenVMS Performance
Wayne Sauer
Using an IP Network as an OpenVMS Cluster Interconnect
Keith Parris
OpenVMS 8.4 on Tukwila Quad Core 9300 – Blazing Performance
Prashanth KE
Case Studies of Disaster Tolerance and Disaster Recovery with OpenVMS
Keith Parris
Introduction to SDA by viewing OpenVMS Process Internals
– 4 sessions (Hands on Lab)
Wayne Sauer
OpenVMS as a Guest on HPVM – 3 sessions (Hands on Lab)
Narayanan N
OpenVMS SIG
Greg Guthman
Migrations – Reasons to move to OpenVMS on HP Integrity Servers
Mandar Chitale
Open Source with OpenVMS
Mandar Chitale
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Building
Reliable Trading Platform using Reliable Transaction Router ( RTR)
Mandar Chitale
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Thank You.
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Outcomes that matter.
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