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  • © 2008 IBM Corporation IBM Systems

    z/VSE Strategie & Modernisierung

    Dr. Klaus Goebel z/VSE Systems Manager kgoebel@de.ibm.com

    mailto:kgoebel@de.ibm.com

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    IBM Systems & Technology Group

    © 2008 IBM CorporationCOURSE 2008: z/VSE Strategie & Modernisierung

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    IBM Systems & Technology Group

    © 2008 IBM CorporationCOURSE 2008: z/VSE Strategie & Modernisierung

    ß 33% of worldwide traditional mainframe operating system installs are z/VSE or VSE/ESA

    ß VSE* population is 40% in US, 40% in Europe, 20% in RoW

    ß Worldwide 50% run VSE under VM, in Europe 90+% are VSE under VM

    ß IFLs play an important role in VSE‘s strategy

    ß zIIP/zAAP have no meaning to VSE

    Operating Systems on IBM System z

    z/OS OS/390 MVS

    z/VM VM/ESA

    z/VSE VSE/ESA

    z/VM V4

    C M S

    L i n u x

    L i n u x

    C M S

    L i n u x

    LPAR

    L i n u x

    V S E

    z/OS

    z/ V S E

    z/ O S

    z/VM

    C M S

    L i n u x

    L i n u x

    C M S

    L i n u x

    LPAR LPAR LPAR

    L i n u x

    z/ V S E

    IFL Engines CP1 CP2 CP3 CP4 IFL1 IFL2 IFL3

    System z Server

    L i n u x

    L i n u x

    zAAP

    J a v a

    z/VM

    L i n u x

    LPAR

    Standard Processors zAAP

    LPAR

    L i n u xz/VSE

    zIIP

    D B 2

    zIIP

    (*) The term “VSE” stands for both, VSE/ESA and z/VSE.

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    IBM Systems & Technology Group

    © 2008 IBM CorporationCOURSE 2008: z/VSE Strategie & Modernisierung

    Ca pa

    cit y

    Qu ali

    ty z/O

    S Af

    fin ity

    Int er

    op er

    ab ilit

    y VSE/ESA V2.6 Dec 14, 2001 last release to support pre-G5 servers

    VSE/ESA V2.7 March 14, 2003 enhanced interoperability ALS2 servers only

    z/VSE V3.1* March 4, 2005 zSeries features, FCP/SCSI 31-bit mode only

    VSE/ESA V2.4 June 25, 1999 CICS Transaction Server for VSE/ESA e-business

    VSE/ESA V2.5 Sept 29, 2000 interoperability e-business connectors

    z/VSE V4.1 March 16, 2007 z/Architecture only 64-bit real addressing MWLC full & sub-cap pricing

    Pro tec

    t Inte

    gr ate

    Ex ten

    d

    z/VSE V4.2 - Preview Oct 9, 2007 More tasks, more memory EF for z/VSE, SCRT on z/VSE SoD for CICS/VSE

    Strategy

    Rebranding

    Pricing

    Future z/VSE Evolution and its Success Factors

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    IBM Systems & Technology Group

    © 2008 IBM CorporationCOURSE 2008: z/VSE Strategie & Modernisierung

    1. Strategy 2. Rebranding 3. Pricing 4. Future

    ß Customer Examples

    Agenda

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    IBM Systems & Technology Group

    © 2008 IBM CorporationCOURSE 2008: z/VSE Strategie & Modernisierung

    IBM System z Enterprise Server

    Web

    Business Services

    Connectors

    Clients Tran/Data Services

    IBM System

    System i System p System x System z BladeCenter

    CICS Transaction Gateway ECI DB2 Connect WebSphere MQ Series VSE e-business connectors VSE Web Services

    IBM System Storage

    z/VSE Strategy alias

    ß 3-tier Strategy

    ß Connector Strategy

    ß Migration Strategy

    ß Coexistence Strategy

    ß Linux Strategy

    ß PIE Strategy

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    IBM Systems & Technology Group

    © 2008 IBM CorporationCOURSE 2008: z/VSE Strategie & Modernisierung

    Business Services

    Connectors

    Clients Tran/Data Services

    CICS Transaction Gateway DB2 Connect WebSphere MQ Series VSE e-business connectors VSE Web Services

    Linux on System z (IFL engines)

    IBM System z LPAR or z/VM

    z/VM

    z/VSE (Standard engines)

    Web

    z/VSE (Standard engines)

    IBM System Storage

    HiperSockets

    DB2 UDB

    z/VSE Strategy with Linux on System z

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    IBM Systems & Technology Group

    © 2008 IBM CorporationCOURSE 2008: z/VSE Strategie & Modernisierung

    ß Existing core applications continue to run unchanged

    ß Continuous follow-on development for HW and SW  from S/390 via zSeries to IBM

    System z

     from VSE/ESA to z/VSE

    ß z/VSE is the platform of choice for transaction oriented core applications with CICS

    ß Excellent support from IBM Lab in Boeblingen & Poughkeepsie  z/VSE worldwide development is

    located in Boeblingen --> deep skills available

    PoC – Proof of Concept (customer individual)

    Briefings (customer individual)

    ß Ex

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