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zAcademy: Imagine How Much You Can Learn Exploring CICS Transaction and Statistics Data

This session suggests capabilities to keep in mind as you seek to modernize how you access and analyze your Db2 SMF data, both to promote rapid learning as well as boost the value you derive from your data.

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Processor Topology – A Picture Says 1024 Words

We all know that our z/OS LPARs rely on processors to execute the code to run our business. We also need to plan on having sufficient resources available for our workload when we design our LPARs.

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Conserving MSUs – Déjà vu All Over Again

In the past, you probably only focused on MSU usage during your peak 4HRA. Now, thanks to IBM's Enterprise Consumption, paying more attention to MSUs at non-peak times literally “pays” in terms of saving real money.

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Root Cause Analysis for z Systems Performance – Down the Rabbit Hole

Root cause analysis for z Systems can be a confusing and timely process. With the right approach, more time is spent resolving the problem than finding it.

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zAcademy: User Experience Leveraging Db2 SMF Data to Solve Business Problems

This session suggests capabilities to keep in mind as you seek to modernize how you access and analyze your Db2 SMF data, both to promote rapid learning as well as boost the value you derive from your data.

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Implementing Asynchronous Duplexing in a Production Db2 Lock Structure - User Experience

Analyze the performance impacts of implementing asynchronous duplexing for Db2 lock structure in a high volume Db2 data sharing environment.

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How to Achieve Higher Availability and Lower Performance Costs with Asynchronous Db2 Lock Structure Duplexing

In this Cheryl Watson Tuning Letter Reprint, Todd Havekost and Frank Kyne detail the unexpected performance benefits gained after one site implemented Asynchronous duplexing.

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Modern Alternative to SAS Reports for SMF Reading and Mainframe Reporting

For decades, the only way to read SMF data was to create your own SAS code that would generate output from SMF that could be understood. Technological innovations such as AI has made writing your own custom SAS code for SMF reports unnecessary for all but the most esoteric reports.

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The Most Comprehensive Mainframe Analytics Solution: IntelliMagic Vision

A comprehensive solution that is suitable for everyone from executives looking for cost savings and managing availability risks, to the experienced analyst looking for the most detailed insights.

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