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IBM Flex System, a new category of computing and the next generation of Smarter Computing, integrates multiple server architectures, networking, storage and system management capability into a single system that is easy to deploy and manage. IBM Flex System has full "built-in" virtualization support of servers, storage, and networking to speed provisioning and increase resiliency.
In addition, IBM Flex System supports open-industry standards such as operating systems, networking and storage fabrics, virtualization, system management protocols, to easily fit within existing and future data center environments. It is scalable and extendable with multi-generation upgrades to protect and maximize IT investments.
Systems management for the IBM Flex System is built on several components. IBM System x architecture compute nodes come with an integrated management module (IMM) where IBM Power Systems architecture compute nodes come with a Flexible Service Processor (FSP), both of which connect to the Chassis Management Module to provide the integrated systems-management functions for the node.
The IBM Flex System Chassis Management Module provides system-management functions for all devices in the IBM Flex System Enterprise Chassis. The IBM Flex System Enterprise Chassis comes with at least one CMM and supports CMM redundancy. IBM Flex System Manager management software is the software stack for managing multiple chassis that comes preinstalled on the IBM Flex System Manager management node. It provides a consistent interface that can be used to efficiently manage more than one chassis. The IBM Flex System Manager management node is supported in the IBM Flex System Enterprise Chassis only and is required for Power Systems compute nodes installed in a IBM Flex System Enterprise Chassis.
This course will provide an overview of all IBM Flex System components and focus on its systems management building blocks. Discussions include a review of the Integrated Management Module (IMM) and Flexible Service Processor (FSP), describe the Chassis Management Module (CMM), and explore the Flex System Manager (FSM). The Flex System Manager hardware, software setup, selected management tasks and navigation will be reviewed.
Enrollment in this basic course is not restricted. However, typical students taking this course include technical IBM personnel from the FTSS, ATS, and Techline organizations as well as business partner technical personnel involved with planning, installation, configuration, and upgrading of IBM PureFlex systems and use of IBM Flex System Manager management software.