IBM Power Systems Private Cloud with Shared Utility Capacity featuring Power Enterprise Pools 2.0
This IBM® Redbooks® publication is a guide to IBM Power Private Cloud with Shared Utility Capacity featuring Power Enterprise Pools 2.0 (also known as PEP 2.0).
This technology allows multiple servers in an to share base processor and memory resources, and draw upon pre-paid credits when the base is exceeded. Previously, the Shared Utility feature supported IBM Power System E950 (9040-MR9) and IBM Power System E980 (9080-M9S). It was extended in August 2020 to include the Scale-out Power Systems announced on 14th July 2020.
The IBM Power System S922 (9009-22G), and IBM Power System S924 (9009-42G) servers which use the latest IBM POWER9™ processor-based technology and support the IBM AIX®, IBM i, and Linux operating systems are now supported.
The previous Scale-out models: IBM Power System S922 (9009-22A), and IBM Power System S924 (9009-42A) servers cannot be added to an Enterprise Pool.
The goal of this paper is to provide an overview of the environment and guidance for planning a deployment. The paper also covers how to configure PEP 2.0. There are also chapters on migrating from PEP 1.0 to PEP 2.0 and various use cases.
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