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Complex, highly interdependent products and relationships with increased risk management Differentiated banking products constructed in a competitive way to respond to market pressures Consistency of information across multiple channels with personalized and customized service More complex, multi-dimensional management information and reporting requirements on a truly real time basis

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IBM TotalStorage® The Power to Breakthrough Rathiga Renganathan Product Manager Storage Systems IBM ASEAN/SA Challenges: New demands on banks Banks’ New Business Environment Source: IBM Institute for Business Value New Financial Services Business Model Securities & Mutual Fund Product Specialist Insurance & Annuity Product Specialist Call Center Third Parties (e.g., employers) Self Service (Web/IVR/Device) Intermediaries, Portals and Aggregators Customer Segments Branches, ATMs and worksites Relationship Managers Enterprise Recall Complex, highly interdependent products and relationships with increased risk management Differentiated banking products constructed in a competitive way to respond to market pressures Consistency of information across multiple channels with personalized and customized service More complex, multi-dimensional management information and reporting requirements on a truly real time basis The Need for Innovation – The Storage Marketplace TB Growth IT Budgets Storage as a % of IT Budgets Mgmt. of Storage as % of Storage Business Challenges Growth Time to market Access to information Measurable results IT Challenges Explosion of data Compliance / security Infrastructure complexity Inflexible architectures It’s access Access to the on demand world * On demand business requires access to information—information that empowers you to respond to change and to focus on opportunities while seeing a total picture of your business. IBM TotalStorage The power to break through IBM TotalStorage Efficiently manage information throughout its lifecycle, relative to its business value Help assure business continuity, security and data durability Simplify the underlying IT infrastructure and its management to help lower cost and complexity while increasing your ability to respond to changing demands Infrastructure Simplification Consolidate dispersed storage resources Provide a unified, strategic view of your data Break through traditional storage complexity with advanced management capabilities Innovate to unify and simplify heterogeneous storage environments Objective: lower TCO and improved ROI It’s choice Customer Current IT Environment FS = Multiple, different File Systems across servers, with individual interfaces AF = Multiple, different Advanced Functions across storage devices with individual interfaces IBM eServer™ zSeries® z/Linux Storage Fibre Switches Storage Fibre Switches Increasing complexity of deployment, access, and management of IT infrastructure Step 1: Consolidate Server Infrastructure FS = Multiple, different File Systems across servers, with individual interfaces AF = Multiple, different Advanced Functions across storage devices with individual interfaces Consolidate servers and distribute workloads to most appropriate platforms Consolidate storage into SAN Consolidate to pSeries, xSeries, etc. Consolidate to zSeries Consolidate to BladeCenter Result: Simplified Server and Network Infrastructure Storage infrastructure is complex element of the overall IT infrastructure that drives overall costs and needs to be addressed as well However … FS = Multiple, different File Systems across servers, with individual interfaces AF = Multiple, different Advanced Functions across storage devices with individual interfaces Individual File Systems Difficult to implement consistent policies for file and database management Changes to storage and servers impacts application availability Difficult to share data Inefficient usage of file and database storage across SAN Storage Complexity Downtime to add, move allocate storage Storage isolated in SAN islands Storage is 44 ~ 55% utilized Expensive, restrictive and varying advanced functions Multiple interfaces for heterogeneous servers Step 2: Virtualize File Systems across all servers with SAN File System Single, Global File System across SAN Storage Pool Pools of capacity Segmented based on business need Policies File placement based on business need FS = Multiple, different File Systems across servers, with individual interfaces AF = Multiple, different Advanced Functions across storage devices with individual interfaces AF = Multiple, different Advanced Functions across storage devices with individual interfaces Multiple, independent File Systems (Future(1)) Note: 1. SAN File System and SAN Volume Controller connectivity to zSeries represents IBM's future product plans and general intentions only. It is subject to change or cancellation without notice and should not be relied on for any purpose. Step 3: Virtualize storage across disparate storage devices with SAN Volume controller AF = Multiple, different Advanced Functions across storage devices with individual interfaces Currently, host systems are aware of physical changes in the storage infrastructure AF (Future(1)) Note: 1. SAN File System and SAN Volume Controller connectivity to zSeries represents IBM's future product plans and general intentions only. It is subject to change or cancellation without notice and should not be relied on for any purpose. Step 4: Automate Management Note: 1. SAN File System and SAN Volume Controller connectivity to zSeries represents IBM's future product plans and general intentions only. It is subject to change or cancellation without notice and should not be relied on for any purpose. (Future(1)) Currently, complexity of storage management makes it difficult to visualize, manage and optimize storage infrastructure Managing the infrastructure Enterprise Storage Resource Management Controlling growth Hierarchical Storage Management Managing cost Archive Management Ensuring recoverability Recovery Management A powerful picture An administrator can get a lot done without maintaining detailed skill on heterogeneous disk controllers, operating systems, file systems and management tools Result: Simplified IT infrastructure Consolidation collapses server, storage proliferation and complexity Virtualization collapses information management and storage complexity Automated Management collapses storage management complexity Note: 1. SAN File System and SAN Volume Controller connectivity to zSeries represents IBM's future product plans and general intentions only. It is subject to change or cancellation without notice and should not be relied on for any purpose. (Future(1)) Master Craftsmen create the workflows Apprentices or monitoring systems trigger workflow execution Business Continuity Help reduce business risk, by increasing resilience Help secure and protect business information Stay competitive and maintain market readiness Objective: protect your business It’s confidence Why Business Continuity? Protect your business The Problem Remember that the average Fortune 500 company has something like 150TB of storage… Recovery Time Objective 15 Min. 1-4 Hr.. 4 -8 Hr.. 8-12 Hr.. 12-16 Hr.. 24 Hr.. Days Cost Tier 4 - Point in Time disk copy Tier 3 - Electronic Vaulting Tier 2 - Hot Site, Restore from Tape Tier 7 – Site Mirroring with automated recovery Tier 6 - Disk mirroring (with/without automation) Tier 5 –Software replication Tier 1 – Restore from Tape Recovery from a disk image Recovery from tape copy Business Continuity Tiers Information Lifecycle Management It’s Objective: storage aligned with data’s relative value Improve ROI by matching resources to their relevance to core business Increase productivity and response to change by providing access to data, regardless of where it resides Reduce administrative cost through a policy-based approach to managing information—from creation to disposal Assists compliance and security complete Why Information Lifecycle Management? Storage aligned with data’s relative value The Problem Your data is growing – and so is your installed storage capacity. No matter what kind of storage you have been buying, there is something cheaper on the market today (unless you have an entire datacenter of S-ATA and tape) It’s a cost thing. Question is, how do you… Take advantage of the opportunity to cut your costs? Figure out which part of your data can live on something cheaper? Put in an automated way of getting it there? It’s a compliance thing. Question is, how do you… Meet all the requirements for capturing, storing, protecting and destroying data – and do it without breaking your budget? Not All Data Is Created Equal….and……. ………The Value Of That Data Changes Over Time Businesses need to align their IT investment with information value What is Information Lifecycle Management (ILM)? “ ” ILM is comprised of the policies, processes, practices, and tools used to align the business value of information with the most appropriate and cost-effective IT infrastructure from the time information is conceived through its final disposition. SNIA – Oct. 2004 In Other Words … Identify The “Right” Data … Put It On The “Right” Media … At The “Right” Time … … Until Ultimate Disposal / Destruction Logical Steps To Implementing ILM Step1: Planning and Assessment Identify, evaluate, predict trends Data categorization Establish policies Step 2: Active Data Management Virtualize physical storage Pooling of storage by class of service Policy based file allocation and placement Policy based file migration Simplify and consolidate file systems Step 3: In-active Data Management Business continuity Email, Database, File Archive Retention or destruction Long term retention for compliance Knowing your data Automation and Efficiency Long Term Disposition By defining information as “categories” or “classes” of data, ILM enables the creation of effective data management standards and policies Remaining Storage Capacity Valid Data Non Business Files Duplicate data Stale / Orphan Data Redundant application data, log files, dump files, temporary files Reclaim more of this Delete this Delete / share this Clean this - Often Delete / Archive this - Often Invest in storing, accessing, managing and protecting this System Files Leave this alone SAN LAN IBM ILM “Eco-System” / Logical Steps Analytics Data asset inventory, utilization, capacity analysis Multiple OSs / DBs / Emails / Apps Enterprise and Mid –Tier and WORM Simplifying the management of tiered, heterogeneous storage One device driver One management interface Active Data management File placement Tiered file movement File expiration Inactive Data management File placement Tiered file movement File expiration File vaulting Tiered Devices Disk and Tape Sample customer environment assessment [TPC] reports indicate that CLIENT is currently utilizing only 25.6% of available disk space, which is well below the 80% target of a networked solution. Currently, the primary copy of data resides on online disk; in the future, a tiered storage architecture will enable primary data to reside in one of 3 places. Based on the defined retention requirements, approximately 50% of all data on disk is candidate for migration to slower, less expensive storage… 70 servers, Total Files evaluated: 301 GB } Transition Candidates …which translates into 76.3% of all files 70 servers, Total Files evaluated: 301 GB } Transition Candidates IBM TotalStorage Portfolio IBM TotalStorage DS Family The industry’s broadest range of disk storage systems IBM TotalStorage SAN Family Complete storage area networking solutions IBM TotalStorage Open Software Family Comprehensive, flexible software to help address storage management challenges IBM TotalStorage Resiliency Family Hardware and software infrastructures to help keep your business running IBM TotalStorage Tape Family Solutions for data archiving, backup, and disaster recovery The power to break through

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