zAcademy: Does IBM’s Recent Tailoring of Tailored Fit Pricing Make It a Better Fit for You
In this webinar, mainframe maven Cheryl Watson describes recent changes to TFP and explains how those changes might alter your calculation about whether TFP is right for your company.
zAcademy: Life in the fast lane: zHyperLink
The z14 and z15 support a completely new I/O method called zHyperLink. This is easily the most substantial I/O announcement from IBM since the introduction of FICON.
Infinidat InfiniBox Performance & Capacity 101
This webinar covers best practices for performance and capacity planning for Infinidat InfiniBox and provides insights into the key metrics for performance analysis.
zAcademy: Getting to Know Your WebSphere for z/OS Workload
There are many areas of WebSphere that can leave even a seasoned z/OS performance specialist scratching their head. Learn how you can shine a light into this otherwise black box!
zAcademy: Boost the Value You Derive from MQ SMF Data through a Modernized Approach
Realize the benefits of modernizing how you understand and leverage SMF data for MQ performance analysis.
zAcademy: Why did my job run so long? Understanding and applying z/OS Performance Concepts
Understand the meaning of some the most useful components of performance analysis and learn practical recommendations on how to improve application and overall system performance.
zAcademy: Value of and Visibility into zERT Network Encryption Data
View this session to learn more about the value provided by this new zERT data, and to gain the visibility your security team needs to derive great value from this data.
zAcademy: The All-Flash datacenter – How come my I/O Response isn’t twice as fast
Many datacenters have adopted flash technology and are observing that their I/O response times are not dramatically different. Learn why.
zAcademy: Lessons on Optimizing Processor Cache From z15 Upgrade Case Studies
Since it is likely that one-third to more than half of your total CPU cycles are spent waiting for data and instructions to be staged into level 1 processor cache, it is critical to understand and have visibility into this significant component of your CPU consumption.