IBM PowerVM Virtualization Managing and Monitoring

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Published on June 17, 2013, updated June 30, 2014

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ISBN-10: 0738438162
ISBN-13: 9780738438160
IBM Form #: SG24-7590-04


Authors: Scott Vetter, Sergio Guilherme Bueno, Martin Capka, Ingo Dimmer, Tatum Farmer, Rafael Folco, Cesar Diniz Maciel, KyoungHun Min, Stephen Tremain and Steve Wallace

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    Abstract

    IBM® PowerVM® virtualization technology is a combination of hardware and software that supports and manages the virtual environments on POWER5-, POWER5+, IBM POWER6®, and IBM POWER7®-based systems.

    PowerVM is available on IBM Power Systems™, and IBM BladeCenter® servers as optional Editions, and is supported by the IBM AIX®, IBM i, and Linux operating systems. You can use this set of comprehensive systems technologies and services to aggregate and manage resources by using a consolidated, logical view. Deploying PowerVM virtualization and IBM Power Systems offers you the following benefits:

    • Lower energy costs through server consolidation
    • Reduced cost of your existing infrastructure
    • Better management of the growth, complexity, and risk of your infrastructure

    This IBM Redbooks® publication is an extension of IBM PowerVM Virtualization Introduction and Configuration, SG24-7940. It provides an organized view of best practices for managing and monitoring your PowerVM environment concerning virtualized resources managed by the Virtual I/O Server.

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1. PowerVM Introduction

    Part 1. Processor Virtualization

    Chapter 2. Shared Processor Pool

    Chapter 3. Multiple Shared Processor Pools

    Chapter 4. POWER processor compatibility modes

    Part 2. Memory Virtualization

    Chapter 5. Active Memory Sharing

    Chapter 6. Active Memory Deduplication

    Chapter 7. Active Memory Expansion

    Part 3. I/O Virtualization

    Chapter 8. Network virtualization

    Chapter 9. Storage Virtualization

    Chapter 10. Shared storage pools

    Part 4. Virtual I/O Server

    Chapter 11. Virtual I/O Server

    Part 5. Managed Systems Virtualization

    Chapter 12. \Dynamic Logical Partitioning

    Chapter 13. Partition Suspend and Resume

    Chapter 14. Live Partition Mobility

    Chapter 15. Dynamic Platform Optimizer

    Chapter 16. Active System Optimizer and Dynamic System Optimizer for AIX

    Part 6. Enterprise management tools

    Chapter 17. IBM Systems Director

    Chapter 18. Tivoli Systems Management integration

    Part 7. Appendix

    Appendix A. AIX disk and NIB network checking and recovery script

     

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