SAP HANA on IBM POWER 8

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Pour offrir plus de fonctionnalités et de performances, SAP a lancé sur le marché la suite logicielle SAP HANA qui permet de gérer les données en mémoire. Conçue pour le Big Data et l'analytique, l'architecture POWER8 offre le niveau de performance requis par SAP HANA et s'impose avec des arguments uniques :
• La possibilité de choisir entre une architecture de type "scale-up" ou "scale-out"
• La virtualisation intégrée permettant d'héberger jusqu'à 4 bases SAP HANA dans le même serveur
• La flexibilité, la résilience, la capacité à la demande et l'agilité reconnues des serveurs POWER8 pour des applications critiques
Pour en savoir plus : http://www-03.ibm.com/systems/fr/power/saphana/ ou contacter :
- Florence Guiot-Roux - Infrastructure IT Architect : fguiot-roux@fr.ibm.com
- Carlos Franco – Digital Sales Specialist : carlos.franco@ie.ibm.com

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SAP HANA on IBM POWER 8

  1. 1. SAP HANA on IBM Power Systems Florence Guiot-Roux fguiot-roux@fr.ibm.com 06.84.53.35.70
  2. 2. Supported databases by SAP Business Suite 2 Database Remarks DB2 LUW It provides in-memory technology (feature BLU), row + column store and very high compression (BW only) DB2 for IBM i Only available from IBM in combination with Power Systems.Very high acceptance at installed base. DB2 z/OS Highest degree of RAS. High acceptance at installed base. MS SQL Server Oracle Oracle Extended License Package Extension e.g. to run Oracle RAC SAP MaxDB No further development SAP Sybase ASE Runtime Announced for SAP BS after having introduced HANA SAP HANA Many different price metrics Today and up to 2025 for current offering
  3. 3. SAP on In-Memory Computing: Re-think Paradigms 3 In-Memory Computing Imperative: Avoid movement of detailed data Calculate first, then move results Application Layer Database Layer Calculation Calculation Today Future
  4. 4. SAP HANA (formerly High Performance Analytics Appliance) • An in-memory Database – column oriented – compressed – most beneficial for OLAP read queries • An „Appliance“ ??? – standardized and certified solution stacks deployable on selected Intel based servers – available only on Linux/Intel servers – HEC HANA Enterprise Cloud subscription based cloud services – TDI tailored data-center integration re-use existing IT assets (storage) • A Platform – SAP Analytics and ERP applications – Non-SAP environments 4
  5. 5. POWER8 SAP HANA (formerly High Performance Analytics Appliance) • An in-memory Database – column oriented – compressed – most beneficial for OLAP read queries • An „Appliance“ ??? – standardized and certified solution stacks deployable on selected Intel based servers – available only on Linux/Intel servers – HEC HANA Enterprise Cloud subscription based cloud services – TDI tailored data-center integration re-use existing IT assets (storage) • A Platform – SAP Analytics and ERP applications – Non-SAP environments 5
  6. 6. SAP HANA on POWER – the story November 2014 – February 2015 Release to Customer Ramp-Up Start April 2015 Public announcement at SAPPHIRE, May 2015 Ramp-Up period BWoHoP Customer Test and Evaluation phase TE period SoH@HoP selected use cases Closed 11/15 GA date SoH (ERP, SRM, CRM) November.2015 General Availability HANA on POWER with use case BW August 2015 Ramp-Up period BWoHoP Closed 07/15
  7. 7. IBM is a multi-faceted SAP Partner • All Platforms Certified for SAP – over 41,000 installations • All Platforms Deliver Lowest possible TCO for SAP • Large Investment in Optimizing SAP Environments • IBM Achieved Proven Low Risk for SAP Installations • HANA – on IBM Power • # 1 SAP SD Benchmark • SAP’s Premier Preferred HANA Cloud Provider • Global Alliance partner since 1989 • Over 26,000 SAP-focused resources in 160 countries • Dedicated HANA practice • Rated #1 System Integrator by Gartner, AMR, Aberdeen • #1 in SAP upgrades • AMS services • SAP Cloud Solutions are integrated with IBM’s Cloud tools • IBM Spectrum SAP HANA certified • Integrated System Management with SAP LVM • Cheaper, better, faster! • IBM’s Internal SAP implementation • Will provide common global processes across IBM SAP • Driving interoperability between SAP and IBM SW • IBM and SAP Consulting partnered to provide implementation services • Proven IBM technology infrastructure CUSTOMER
  8. 8. Power Systems S812L • 1-socket, 2U • Up to 12 cores • 2-socket, 2U • 1 TB memory •2-socket, 2U •Up to 20 cores Power Systems S822 Power Systems S814 •1-socket, 4U •Up to 8 cores Power Systems S824, S824L •2-socket, 4U •Up to 24 cores 8 Power Systems S822L Power Systems E870/E880 •4-sockets per Drawer •Up to 64 / 80 (128 / 192 cores 32 TB ) Mutiple OS: supported => consolidate heterogeneous workload Virtualization: PowerVM or KVM Linux => TCO, Security Advanced technology: POWER8 conception => Performance, TCO AME, AMS : Active memory expansion and sharing => TCO CAPI: Coherent attach processor interface => Performance, TCO LPM & PEP: Live partition mobility & Power enterprise pool => Flexibilty RAS: Reliability Avalaibility Servicability => TCO Scale Out or Scale In Power Systems E850 Power Systems S822LC Power Systems S812LC From 256 GB To 32 TB Brief overview of the added value on Power 8 Systems family
  9. 9. Why is Power THE SAP HANA platform Performance Resilience and security Flexibility The only alternative choice to x86
  10. 10. Strategy - Innovation 10 IBM is a real alternative to x86 … IBM is serious about Open and innovation
  11. 11. The Ecosystem is growing: OpenPOWER Summit Hardware Announcement (Mar. 2015) More details available at http://openpowersummit2015.tumblr.com/factsheet Chuanghe 1S/1U POWER8 server Collaborators: Chuanghe Cirrascale RM4950 Collaborators: Cirrascale, NVIDIA Virtex 7 CAPI-based Adapter Kit Collaborators: Convey, Xilinx TYAN TN71-BP012 Collaborators: Tyan, Mellanox IBM Memory Technology Innovation Utilizing Altera FPGAs Collaborators: IBM, Altera IBM 2U/2S POWER8/NVIDIA GPU Server “Firestone” Collaborators: IBM, Wistron, NVIDIA, Mellanox Inspur 2S/2U server Collaborators: InspurMellanox ConnectX-4 CAPI-adapter Collaborators: Mellanox Open server specification and Open Compute motherboard mock-up Collaborators: Rackspace Suzhou PowerCore CP1 mechanical sample Collaborators: POWERCORE Zoom 2S/2U POWER8 System Planar & Memory Riser Collaborators: Zoom Netcom, Byosoft, Unisource
  12. 12. Power8 = Performance 5500 SAPS / core !!! Less cores, less footprint, Less by core licencing Simpler administration Better TCO
  13. 13. Power8 = Resilience and security Unsurpassed RAS (reliability, availability, serviceability) characteristics to support mission critical SAP applications (eg. Fault Isolation Register, FFDC&C, built checkers pour detection des erreurs HW …) Intended for mission critical 7X24 Enterprise customer operations Memory built for resiliency and performance ZERO security breeches for PowerVM
  14. 14. Power8 = Flexibility Virtualization “out of the box” with PowerVM Implemented as a Tailored Data Center Integration (TDI) offering (not an appliance) On-Demand Capacity Can be integrated into and tailored to a Power customer’s environment Superior virtualization and management features to afford flexibility and maximum utilization Lower virtualization layer overhead on multi-threaded HANA workloads Value: fewer cores, fewer footprints, and lower operating costs
  15. 15. • IBM Systems Lab Services has experienced consultants worldwide ready to help clients deploy solutions for SAP HANA systems • Lab Services installations leverage trusted best practices and deep experience of Linux on Power performance, infrastructure optimization and resiliency planning • Provide the installation of the solution up to the HANA software level IBM Systems Lab Services and SAP HANA
  16. 16. 16 This is the current state of planning and may be changed by SAP at any time.
  17. 17. 17 More than 80 SAP HoP Customers in the world in a few months ! NTT DATA : "Our internal testing has shown that SAP reports run significantly faster when using SAP Hana on Power," said Bhala Bhosale, senior vice president of Enterprise Services. "Queries that took an hour to run can now be completed in just minutes." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GbUvMKINwF0 Technische Universität München meet customer expectations with SAP HANA on IBM POWER8 (S822 and XIV® Storage) . SAP HANA on IBM POWER8 gives Technishe Universität München the ability to run the way their customers need them to: Fast, simple and smart https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=APYbZ8-kv8A Hamm Reno Group: Virtualized SAP HANA workload providing both flexibility and scalability while optimizing system utilization and reducing infrastructure and related costs. Homogeneous POWER8 infrastructure for complete SAP landscape CTAC: first MSP/CSP to acquire Power System E870 and Storwize V7000 for SAP HANA TDI infrastructure SAP HANA TDI cloud based solution to meet their requirements. Virtualized SAP HANA environments running SUSE Linux on IBM Power E870 Systems. Management tooling include IBM PowerVC and Spectrum Virtualize to efficiently run and monitor the environment https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QuLS6y3QGeo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fhm0YAUsrOI
  18. 18. In short, IBM Power Systems is the best platform for your mission critical SAP HANA deployments • Performance – Highest throughput per core to deliver faster business results – More than 2x Intel-based alternatives – Significant Power SMT-8 throughput advantages • Resiliency – Unsurpassed RAS (reliability, availability, serviceability) characteristics to support mission critical SAP applications – Intended for mission critical 7X24 Enterprise customer operations – Implemented as a Tailored Data Center Integration (TDI) offering (not an appliance) – Highest Reliable, Available, Serviceable (RAS) in the market – On-Demand Capacity – Can be integrated into and tailored to a Power customer’s environment • Flexibility – Superior virtualization and management features to afford flexibility and maximum utilization – Lower virtualization layer overhead on multi-threaded HANA workloads – Value: fewer cores, fewer footprints, and lower operating costs
  19. 19. Impacts on HW Infrastructure moving towards SAP HANA 19 Any DB/ Any OS APP APP APPAPP AnyOS HANA / Linux HANA migration No Changes At frontends At application server infrastructure => Re-use of available application servers Sizing of application servers remains valid Frontends Application Servers Changes New infrastructure mandatory to run SAP HANA Different sizing for HANA infrastructure Migration of database to SAP HANA required Partly necessary Data model adoptions Custom extensions HANA on Power AS and DB in the same physical server
  20. 20. 20 SAP TDI (Tailored Datacenter Integration) for HANA • Solution validation done by SAP and partner • Preconfigured hardware set-up • Preinstalled software • HANA IT provided by customer • Storage requires generic TDI approval by SAP • Individual performance KPIs verified per customer • partner individual support model Fast Implementation Support fully provided by SAP More Flexibility Save IT budget and existing investment HANA on POWER is „TDI-level4“
  21. 21. SAP HANA on IBM Power (Status: 04/2016) SAP HANA on IBM Power supports: • SAP ERP 6.0 EHP7+8 • SAP SRM 7.0 EHP3+4 • SAP CRM 7.0 EHP3+4 • SAP SCM 7.0 EHP4 • SAP BW 7.31, 7.40, 7.50, BI JAVA 7.40 for SAP HANA • and a lot of other products on HANA on Power (e.g. BPC 10.1, SAP BO BI 4.1 SP03, CAR 1.0 SPS03, MDG 7.0, Banking 9.0, SolMan 7.2, SLT 2.0, SDI 1.0 SP02 etc.) Core to Memory ratio (per productive HANA LPAR): – higher ratio potentially on individual request@SAP • BW • 50 GB per core on E880 (max. 96 cores; at most 4800 GB RAM) • 50 GB per core on E870 (max. 80 cores; at most 4,0 TB RAM) • 32 GB per core on E850 (max. 32 Cores) and S-models • SAP Business Suite (SoH: Suite on HANA) • 96 GB per core • at most 9 TB RAM • Minimum core count per productive LPAR is 8 cores, non-productive LPAR is 2 cores BW Scale-Up & Scale-Out (xfs 16x 4800 GB) SoH Scale-Up http://service.sap.com/sap/support/notes/2218464 http://service.sap.com/sap/support/notes/2188482 22
  22. 22. SAP HANA on IBM Power (Status: 04/2016) Multiple HANA LPARs supported for production on a single server: up to 4 dedicated or 3 dedicated and 1 shared pool Support for Clustering Support - HANA BW Scale-out (xfs, up to 16 nodes / up to 4800 GB each) HANA SPS11 Platform Edition availability for POWER (at the same time as with x86) Non-Production relaxations of the requirements for SAP HANA on IBM Power Servers • POWER8 and POWER7+ servers allowed • No restrictions with regards to the maximum memory per HANA LPAR core • The minimum core count per HANA LPAR is 2. • HANA LPARS can be run in a shared processor pool running with a performance penalty • Standard Network Components are admitted. • SAP HANA LPARS for test, development and quality assurance systems may run in parallel to other LPARs (for SAP HANA or other purposes) on a single physical Power Server as long as none of the participating LPARs runs a production SAP HANA system. • Besides xfs also NFS, GPFS and ext3 filesystems are supported. 23
  23. 23. 04/2016: Allowed Hardware for SAP HANA on IBM Power 25 Source: SAP SE
  24. 24. SuSE integration 27
  25. 25. Power Systems S812L • 1-socket, 2U • Up to 12 cores • 2-socket, 2U • 1 TB memory •2-socket, 2U •Up to 20 cores Power Systems S822 Power Systems S814 •1-socket, 4U •Up to 8 cores Power Systems S824, S824L •2-socket, 4U •Up to 24 cores Power 8 Systems family for SAP HANA 28 Power Systems S822L Power Systems E870/E880 •4-sockets per Drawer •Up to 64 / 80 (128 / 192 cores 32 TB ) Mutiple OS: supported => consolidate heterogeneous workload Virtualization: PowerVM or KVM Linux => TCO, Security Advanced technology: POWER8 conception => Performance, TCO AME: AMS Active memory expansion => TCO CAPI: Coherent attach processor interface => Performance, TCO LPM & PEP: Live partition mobility & Power enterprise pool => Flexibilty RAS: Reliability Avalaibility Servicability => TCO Scale Out or Scale In Power Systems E850 Power Systems S822LC Power Systems S812LC ALL Power systems are certified for use with SAP on RDB AS only AS only, HANA DB later AS and HANA DB From 256 GB To 32 TB
  26. 26. Migration to HANA on POWER • SAP heterogeneous system copy procedures apply • Standard migrations using Software Provisioning Manager (SWPM) and customer R3load exports • Software Upgrade Manager with Database Migration Option (SUM/DMO) – can be used to combine a release upgrade and the heterogeneous database migration to a new target system 29
  27. 27. HANA on POWER Technical Manuals • Planning Guide –ready for 2014 TEA and 2015 Ramp-Up phase –features Process/Support/Service guidance • IBM Supplemental HoP Implementation Guide –Being created now –Planned final version for HoP GA • Administration/Troubleshooting Guide –Future plan –Includes best practices from customer production sites 30 Map SAP Sizing results to IBM HoP specifics Supplemental to SAP HANA Master, Installation & Admin Guide
  28. 28. Important SAP Notes The SAP Support Portal contains SAP Notes detailing solutions for known problems or providing additional information • SAP Note 2133369 SAP HANA on Power: Central Release Note (includes a scope document as attachment!!!) • SAP Note 2055470 SAP HANA on POWER planning and installation specifics - central note • SAP Note 2130682 SAP HANA on Power Documentation for Ramp-Up 31
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