|Exam Name||:||Power Systems with POWER7 Common Sales Skills -v2|
|Questions and Answers||:||76 Q & A|
|Updated On||:||August 16, 2017|
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Which energy management capabilities of Power Systems will help a government customer that needs to reduce energy usage by 10%?
POWEP7 servers are Energy Star certified, and consume at least 10% less energy than POWEP6 servers.
Optional features monitor the system, dynamically deactivate what is not required, and report on energy consumed.
The HMC monitors system features, enabling the customer to deactivate components based on energy usage reporting.
C D. Intelligent Power Distribution Units can be ordered to support different energy consumption requirements set by the customer.
Which of the following statements about Elastic (On/Off) Capacity on Demand (COD) is true?
It can only be used for non-production workloads.
It provides reserved processor pools for inactive cores.
It provides on/off memory days for every processor ordered.
It is included without charge on Power 770, 780, or 795 orders.
Which of the following key element should be included in an executive summary?
A mini-business case
Three years TOO and key milestones
How the proposal addresses stated business requirements
Acquisition cost, the installation time-line, and services provided
Which of the following describes a key business benefit that Systems Director VMControl can provide to a
customer with multiple Power Systems servers?
Offers an easy-to-use web-based interlace with a point and click tool to manage LPARs from a single screen.
Provides an industry-standard tool with the flexibility to address multiple systems in a network as though they were a single machine.
Reduces the total cost of ownership in a virtual environment by decreasing management costs and improving utilization across the network.
C D. Provides a simple interlace where business goals and policies can be used to determine infrastructure virtualization and performance metrics.
A customer has limited rack space but needs a PCI-X card to be included in the base configuration. Which system would satisfy this request?
Due to changes in management structure, a Power customer is questioning the cost effectiveness of Power Systems servers as compared to HP ProLiant servers.
Which response addresses the issue?
Power Systems servers typically have a lower software cost.
Power Systems servers typically have a lower environmental cost.
Power Systems servers typically have a lower total cost of ownership.
Power Systems servers typically have a lower total cost of acquisition.
Which product will enable higher quality services and improved security capabilities for a customer with an AIX environment?
AIX Security Advisor
Which statement describes how Active Memory Mirroring contributes to RAS?
Corrects multiple single-bit errors to keep memory from failing
Disables failed memory from the system configuration at startup
Protects the hypervisor code and its components from a memory failure
Detects and reports memory errors that might be developing before they cause a outage
A prospective customer is considering a Dell x86 server running Windows, VMware, and WebSphere versus a Power System running IBM i, AIX, PowerVM and WebSphere.
Which value proposition favors IBM in this situation?
Running an all IBM solution guarantees the highest performance.
When ordering all the components from IBM, a significant package discount is applied.
IBM can provide the entire hardware and software stack and is a single source for support if needed.
All the components are provided by IBM and are available in a single, integrated, pre- installed package.
Why is a Power System 760 an excellent platform for server consolidation?
Reduces costs since the Power 760 includes PowerCare vouchers.
Supports more virtual machines per unit of rack space than other servers.
Growth can be obtained using the processor and memory CUoD features.
Improves efficiency by combining workloads onto a server capable of scaling to 64 cores
What is the value of a pre-implementation Technical Delivery Assessment for a customer?
The assessment is performed by IBM Lab Services to ensure solution design quality.
The assessment ensures that system administration requirements are consistent with customer expectations.
The assessment maximizes customer satisfaction by creating a checklist of actions designed to reduce risk.
The assessment creates a report detailing the education and services needed to ensure maximum system performance.
A prospect has 10 Dell servers with Microsoft Windows and SQL Server installed. They plan to move to Power Systems with DB2 and have asked for guidance on how their applications might be ported.
How can the IBM Migration Factory provide support?
Provide a benchmark system to stress, tune and test the application to be moved
Provide head-to-head sizing comparison data and detailed analyses of competitive weaknesses
Deliver a preliminary analysis, a detailed assessment, a plan with estimated costs, and deployment and testing
Provide on-site training and skill transfer to enable the customer to convert their applications to Power Systems.
When comparing PowerVM to VMware, what differentiating statement can be made?
PowerVM supports direct attached storage where VMware cannot.
PowerVM can share processor resources between partitions where VMware cannot.
PowerVM has Live Partition Mobility where VMware can only move stopped partitions.
PowerVM has dual VIO Servers where VMware has only a single I/O virtualization module.
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Course title:Power Systems Sales for AIX and Linux
Course duration: Self-paced
1. Click on the course title above
2. Sign In
3. On the Roadmap page, scroll down and expand the "Grow Your Skills and Become Certified" folder
4. Expand the "Sales School" folder.
You will find the education within the "Power Systems Sellers - AIX & Linux -v2" folder.
Course title:Power Systems Sales for IBM i
Course duration: Self-paced
Course number: AS045
1- Click on the course title above
2- Sign In
3- On the Job Role Course Catalog tab scroll down and click on the + to expand the Sales School folder
4- Click on the + to expand Power Systems Sales School for IBM i folder and select appropriate modules.
Within this folder you will find web lectures covering key topic areas. You can listen to the replay and download the course material.
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In our previous blog posting, we introduced the Minimal Server Interface. At the end, we noted that there are three particular Windows features (among others, of course) that can be installed on any server running Windows Server 2012:
We also promised to explain how to combine these features in order to minimize your server’s surface area while preserving just enough of the functionality you need; and indeed, that’s our topic today.There are two ways to configure the Minimal Server Interface: either start with Server with a GUI and uninstall the Server Graphical Shell feature, or start with Server Core and install the Server Graphical Management Tools & Infrastructure feature.
What is affected when I uninstall the Server Graphical Shell?
In some cases, when you uninstall the Server Graphical Shell, Windows features that depend on Server Graphical Shell will also be uninstalled. In Server Manager, a pop-up dialog box will warn you about what will be uninstalled. Non-Windows features, such as third-party software and other Microsoft products that don’t ship as part of Windows Server 2012, are not affected by the Install-WindowsFeature and Uninstall-WindowsFeature cmdlets. If you aren’t sure what an installation or uninstallation action is going to affect, you can add the -WhatIf flag to see what will be installed or uninstalled along with your selection.
Uninstall-WindowsFeature Server-Gui-Shell -WhatIf
Settings associated with uninstalled features are also removed in some cases. You should back up any settings associated with a feature before you uninstall that feature.
Installing Minimal Server Interface
Because the Minimal Server Interface is situated between the Server Core and Server with a GUI modes, you can either install features on Server Core or remove features from Server with a GUI to reach the Minimal Server Interface installation state.
Caveat: Features on Demand. When you start with a Server Core installation, the files needed to install graphical features aren’t installed on the local disk. This is actually a feature called remotification which involves removing the binaries from the local disk while preserving metadata to allow the binaries to be securely reintroduced at a later date. When you try to install a GUI feature, the necessary files are downloaded from Windows Update using a feature called Features on Demand. An internet connection is required and several gigabytes of data will be downloaded. If you don’t want to download all this data, or if your server doesn’t have an internet connection, you can supply an alternate installation source on the command line or configure one via Group Policy. For more information, see the Using Windows Server “8” Installation Options document on technet.
You can also use the Server Manager GUI remotely to install or uninstall Windows features, including “User Interfaces and Infrastructure,” from a Windows 8 “client” PC or another Windows Server 2012 server that already has Server Manager installed. In other words, you can use Server Manager remotely to manage a server running in Server Core mode.
After you restart the server, Windows will be configured with the Minimal Server Interface. Here’s what it will looks like after you log in:
Figure 1. The Minimal Server Interface after signing in
You’ll see Server Manager, which is a graphical tool you can use to manage the local server and other remote servers. Behind Server Manager (which starts maximized on most configurations) you’ll find a command prompt, which you can use to start other applications and management tools (such as “servermanager” if you close Server Manager, or even “powershell” to get a Windows PowerShell command line environment).
If you close everything, you’ll be left with a black screen. To get back to a command line environment or Server Manager, press CTRL+ALT+DEL and select Task Manager. From there, click More details, then File>Run New Task. Type the command you want to run (such as “cmd” to get your command prompt back) and click OK or press Enter.
Now that you have installed the Minimal Server Interface, you can use the command line to install software products (using msiexec or the product’s setup.exe), Windows features, and server roles. You can also use the local management tools provided by Server Manager. On the Tools menu, you’ll find quick shortcuts to most of your MMC snap-ins. Server Manager can also be used to manage other servers, including servers that don’t have Server Manager installed (such as those running in Server Core mode). You can “Add other servers to manage” and then right-click on servers in the list view to see what management options are available for that particular server. Here are some examples of things you can do:
In some cases, you can even manage multiple servers simultaneously, from the same interface. Server Manager is a very powerful tool indeed. It is important to note, however, that all functionality exposed through Server Manager is also available via Windows PowerShell both locally and remotely.
It’s also a great idea to start exploring PowerShell to experience the power and control that our new command line interfaces offer. You can manage this server remotely, too, from other Windows 8 PCs and servers. We’ll be posting some general information on remote management in an upcoming post; for now, check out What needs to be configured to do remote disk management of a Server Core installation in Windows Server 2012 PowerShell at the Server and Cloud Partner and Customer Solutions Team Blog.
The Minimal Server Interface is designed to be a compatibility or transitional layer from a Server with GUI to Server Core. Although you benefit from reduced patching footprint and lower resource utilization in comparison to the full Server with a GUI installation option, the smallest surface area is achieved using Server Core. When you are unable to use Windows Server Core, the Minimal Server Interface provides the best of both worlds of Windows Server. It delivers comprehensive graphical management capabilities while reducing patching requirements and minimizing disk and memory footprint. Please try the Minimal Server Interface and let us know what you think!