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A Performance Analyst’s Guide to Mainframe zERT Analysis | IntelliMagic zAcademy
This webinar recording will show real use-cases to introduce you to some of the ways to identify security risks and issues within network traffic.
Translating Application Performance Data into Business Outcomes on z/OS | IntelliMagic zAcademy
In this webinar, we explore practical steps for identifying and prioritizing your business-critical applications, and how to protect and report on their performance.
How Mainframe Performance Teams are Solving Their Skills Gap Challenges | IntelliMagic zAcademy
This webinar discusses proven strategies being leveraged by companies to optimize mainframe availability and performance.
Don’t Keep Your CPU Waiting: Speed Reading for Machines | IntelliMagic zAcademy
This webinar discusses the many tiers of storage in IT systems and offers ideas about how to optimize access to those areas.
Ways to Achieve Mainframe Cost Savings | IntelliMagic zAcademy
This webinar shows ways sites have reduced CPU and expenses so that you can identify ones potentially applicable in your environment.
Best Practices in CICS Performance Analysis (Transactions and Statistics) | IntelliMagic zAcademy
This session will introduce you to several best practices for enhancing your analysis of CICS Transaction and Statistics data.
From CPU MF Counters to z16 Invoices: Thoughts on the Impact of Processor Cache Measurements | IntelliMagic zAcademy
The z16 introduced substantial processor cache design changes. Learn how this impacts the operation and efficiency of your workloads.
Insights into New XCF Path Usage Metrics | IntelliMagic zAcademy
Gain a better understanding of how XCF operates in general, tips about how to optimize their environment for the new paradigm, and information about what can be learned from the new Path Usage metrics.
Closing the Gap on Mainframe Application Profiling | IntelliMagic zAcademy
Break down the barriers between z/OS and distributed systems and communicate specific methods both sides can use to classify workloads properly.