Derive more intelligence from zERT and WebSphere SMF data
Network encryption is a hot z/OS topic because of the importance of security in the mainframe world. This webinar will discuss and demonstrate how to use the power of the machine to derive insight into IBM’s new data for network encryption, z/OS Encryption Readiness Technology (zERT).
For WebSphere, healthy operation is likewise mission-critical. All these components produce robust SMF metrics about their operation that are extremely valuable for IT security and operations teams but are underutilized with status quo reporting today. IntelliMagic Vision provides new visualizations and analytics to let you quickly and efficiently check their health and workload.
This webinar will help you:
- Gain valuable automated insight into WebSphere and zERT usage through SMF data
- Evaluate and report on compliance to network encryption security policies
- Track and trend detailed resource consumption for the WebSphere environment
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