IntelliMagic Vision for z/OS Systems Performance Management
IntelliMagic Vision optimizes z/OS Systems performance management using AI-driven analytics to enable your z/OS experts to proactively monitor and manage your z/OS environment, prevent disruptions, optimize performance, reduce costs, and preserve the reliability and availability that mainframes are known for. IntelliMagic Vision has extensive support for z/OS Systems, Processors, and Network.
View this brief video to discover how IntelliMagic Vision can optimize your z/OS Systems environment.
Optimize z/OS Mainframe Systems Management with Availability Intelligence
Through RMF and SMF, z/OS offers a richer source of infrastructure measurement data than any other computing platform. However, the potential to use this wealth of information to prevent service disruptions remains vastly underutilized. This data cannot simply be interpreted without the right intelligence.
IntelliMagic Vision enhances the RMF data and applies its built-in knowledge to understand how the z/OS architecture handles your workloads. This helps you tune z/OS to improve performance and protect availability, and can also help tuning your processor configuration to increase the MIPS you get out of your mainframe hardware.
See how this intelligence can help you in the use cases below:
Monthly License Charges (MLC)
Tune your processor configuration to increase the MIPS you get out of your mainframe hardware.Learn More
Configure Coupling Facilities for optimal availability and proactively identify hidden health and performance risksLearn More
Ensure sufficient capacity and consistent performance for IBM zEDC availability.Learn More
Workload Manager (WLM)
Automated health check for workload manager (WLM) goals, improving performance and protect availability.Learn More
RMF 72 Transactions
Save CPU & Manpower with Reporting on Key Transaction Level MetricsLearn More
FICON Channels and Adapters
Compute and chart FICON Effective Channel Data Rate and rates if the value is good or notLearn More
Monitor WebSphere Data Volumes
This video introduces the topic of transaction reporting based on the SMF 120 subtype 9 record, specifically in terms of data volume per request/response.
Monitor WebSphere Response Times
This video introduces the topic of transaction response time reporting based on the SMF 120 subtype 9 record.
Monitor WebSphere Transactions
Each request that comes into WebSphere is considered a transaction and can be reported down to the level of URI name. These URI’s give you the names of specific resources or applications requested, and each individual request is logged.