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RE: New OneWorld Project - Platform Reference Sites Required

RE: New OneWorld Project - Platform Reference Sites Required

Helo ,
Refer in KG for sizing on various platforms. Also you can send your
questions to the respective propritories.
Nitin Shetye (Sr. Technical Consultant)
Systime Computer Sys.(I) Ltd.
Customs wing. SEEPZ, Andheri (E)
Mumbai 400096, India.
Tel 0911-022-8290051
Fax 0911-022-8290126
 

cdawes

VIP Member
RE: New OneWorld Project - Platform Reference Sites Required

Ian, if you send your requirements to any of the major vendors they will be
all to happy to size the servers for you. Anyways here's a run down of what
we use for a planned client base of 300 concurrent users (240 FAT and 60
TSE) running Financials and HR/Payroll. Everything's RAID 5 so you'll have
to do the math. Our TSE's are mapped back to the Enterprise server as we
have no dedicated Application server - hench the reason why our Enterprise
server seems over spec'ed. Also our TSE's are not dedicated to OW - hench
why they also seem over spec'ed.


Deployment Server
System Model: Compaq Proliant 5500 Series System
Hardware:
CPU: 2 - 550 Zeon P3 with 1 MB Level 2 Cache per
processor
Memory: 1.3 Gb
Hard Drives: 4 - 9.1 GB Drives on Channel 1 (10,000 rpm Ultra
SCSI-2)
5 - 18.2 GB Drives on Channel 2 (10,000 rpm Ultra
SCSI-2)
Controller: Compaq Smart Array 4200 Controller

Enterprise Server (Application/Batch Server & Database Server)
System Model: Compaq Proliant 8000 Series
Hardware:
CPU: 4 - 550 Zeon P3 with 2 MB Level 2 Cache per processor
Memory: 4 Gb
Hard Drives: 3 - 18.2 Gb drives on channel 3 (10,000 rpm Ultra SCSI-2)
5 - 18.2 Gb drives on channel 2 (10,000 rpm Ultra SCSI-2)
7 - 18.2 Gb drives on channel 1 (10,000 rpm Ultra SCSI-2)
Controller: Compaq Smart Array 4250ES Controller

Backup Hardware: Compaq DLT TL891 Mini Library Backup Librarian

Terminal Servers
System Model: Compaq
Hardware
CPU: 2 - 550 Zeon P3 with 2 MB Level 2 Cache per processor
Memory: 2 Gb
Hard Drives: 3 - 18.2 Gb drives on channel 3 (10,000 rpm Ultra SCSI-2)
3 - 18.2 Gb drives on channel 2 (10,000 rpm Ultra SCSI-2)
Controller: Compaq Smart Array 4200 Controller

Good Luck

Colin





Colin Dawes, MSc
City of Guelph
B7332 SP13.1, Oracle 8.1.6, NT 4.0, Fat & WTS
 

CHo

VIP Member
Re: New OneWorld Project - Platform Reference Sites Required

We are OW coexistant on AS/400 model S20 with approx. 150 users across North America. I don't know what the AS/400 processor is. We run our batch jobs on AS/400. We have two Citrix servers.

When you convert to OW will you be upgrading to Xe?

Catherine Ho
Programmer/Analyst
Dundee Realty
Toronto, ON
Canada
416-365-5999 ext. 8805

>>> "Ian Steer" <ISteer@investec.co.za> 03/20/01 1:40:06 AM >>>
Hi List

We are a financial institution (Bank) running mainly the Financial Module with 280 concurrent users dispersed throughout Southern Africa (mainly South Africa). We have been using World for 12 years, and want to migrate to OneWorld using coexistence, but are struggling to find reference sites to benchmark our hardware requirement. Can anyone help with the following queries:

1) Model and CPW of an AS400 to handle coexistence, and then eventually a pure OneWorld installation once all users have been converted.

2) Sizing of an NT Application Server (batch server), and eventually an NT Database Server (once all users have converted to OW). Our current AS400 will act as the Database Server during coexistence.

3) Sizing of a Unix Application Server (batch server), and eventually a Unix Database Server (once all users have converted to OW). Our current AS400 will act as the Database Server during coexistence.

Thanks in advance

Ian Steer
Investec Bank Ltd
South Africa



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C Ho

Intermediate Programmer/Analyst
Dundee Realty
B7322 SP 12.4
AS/400 coexistant with SQL Server 7.0
Sandbox: installing Xe
 

johnsdk

Member
Re: New OneWorld Project - Platform Reference Sites Required

Ian, I am with Libbey Glass (Manufacturing) we are very similar in size to you and are struggling with the same questions. It appears many are talking about migration, but few have ventured down the path.

Thanks

Dave Johnson
Manager, Technology
Libbey Inc
PO Box 10060
Toledo, Ohio 43699-0060
Phone 419.325.2441
Fax 419.325.2731
Email johnsdk@libbey.com

>>> "Ian Steer" <ISteer@investec.co.za> 3/20/01 1:40:06 AM >>>
Hi List

We are a financial institution (Bank) running mainly the Financial Module with 280 concurrent users dispersed throughout Southern Africa (mainly South Africa). We have been using World for 12 years, and want to migrate to OneWorld using coexistence, but are struggling to find reference sites to benchmark our hardware requirement. Can anyone help with the following queries:

1) Model and CPW of an AS400 to handle coexistence, and then eventually a pure OneWorld installation once all users have been converted.

2) Sizing of an NT Application Server (batch server), and eventually an NT Database Server (once all users have converted to OW). Our current AS400 will act as the Database Server during coexistence.

3) Sizing of a Unix Application Server (batch server), and eventually a Unix Database Server (once all users have converted to OW). Our current AS400 will act as the Database Server during coexistence.

Thanks in advance

Ian Steer
Investec Bank Ltd
South Africa



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Guest

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Re: New OneWorld Project - Platform Reference Sites Required

Anchor Glass here in Tampa is doing the same thing without any hitches your
might try ICS in Jacksonville Florida I am at home and dont have their
number here but they are doing Anchor's project, and ours. They are very
knowledgable with everything but payroll. that is Information Computing
Services, they write the JDE barcode software.

Don Bryant MIS Director
Amalie Oil Co.
Tampa, Florida mailto:donbryant@amalie.com


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From: "johnsdk" <johnsdk@libbey.com>
To: <jdelistml@jdelist.com>
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Subject: Re: New OneWorld Project - Platform Reference Sites Required


> Ian, I am with Libbey Glass (Manufacturing) we are very similar in size
to you and are struggling with the same questions. It appears many are
talking about migration, but few have ventured down the path.
>
> Thanks
>
> Dave Johnson
> Manager, Technology
> Libbey Inc
> PO Box 10060
> Toledo, Ohio 43699-0060
> Phone 419.325.2441
> Fax 419.325.2731
> Email johnsdk@libbey.com
>
> >>> "Ian Steer" <ISteer@investec.co.za> 3/20/01 1:40:06 AM >>>
> Hi List
>
> We are a financial institution (Bank) running mainly the Financial Module
with 280 concurrent users dispersed throughout Southern Africa (mainly South
Africa). We have been using World for 12 years, and want to migrate to
OneWorld using coexistence, but are struggling to find reference sites to
benchmark our hardware requirement. Can anyone help with the following
queries:
>
> 1) Model and CPW of an AS400 to handle coexistence, and then eventually a
pure OneWorld installation once all users have been converted.
>
> 2) Sizing of an NT Application Server (batch server), and eventually an NT
Database Server (once all users have converted to OW). Our current AS400
will act as the Database Server during coexistence.
>
> 3) Sizing of a Unix Application Server (batch server), and eventually a
Unix Database Server (once all users have converted to OW). Our current
AS400 will act as the Database Server during coexistence.
>
> Thanks in advance
>
> Ian Steer
> Investec Bank Ltd
> South Africa
>
>
>
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