Modernizing SMF Processing: zEDC Hardware Compression
This video highlights the excellent visibility IntelliMagic Vision provides into zEDC processing to allow you to ensure sufficient capacity and consistent performance.
Are my Tape RPO's Being Met?
This video demonstrates how IntelliMagic Vision identified the replication from two host clusters to a third DR cluster getting significantly behind and not meeting their SLA’s for Recovery Point Objectives (RPO).
How Can I Tell if My Back-End Drives Are Overloaded?
This case study shows how IntelliMagic Vision may be used to easily find the root cause of a z/OS performance issue related to overloaded back-end drives.
Reducing Mainframe MLC Software Costs
This video demonstrates the visibility IntelliMagic Vision provides into key processor metrics that facilitate MLC analysis, including RNI tuning and workloads driving the peak 4 Hour Rolling Average.
Is Coupling Facility Using Too Much CPU?
IntelliMagic Vision leverages knowledge about the Coupling Facility to determine how the structures are performing and how the software can alert you to underlying problems that you might not even know exist.
z/OS Infrastructure Availability Intelligence
Discover how to transform unpredictable outages into predictable ones by creating Availability Intelligence out of the RMF and SMF data using built-in expert domain knowledge.
Availability Intelligence for z/OS Performance & Capacity Planning
Watch the video to discover how to transform unpredictable outages into predictable ones by creating Availability Intelligence out of the RMF and SMF data using built-in expert domain knowledge.
Don't Duck Tape Performance
The use of IntelliMagic Vision reporter provides the ability to automate from initial data gathering to report pushing and allows for the accumulation of Configuration Trend reporting.
z/OS Storage Architecture and IO Performance Visibility
This brief presentation discusses how the IBM Mainframe architecture for storage has evolved, and how a visibility gap into the performance of I/O has been created, and how to address it.