zAcademy: CPU Reporting and Tuning in a TFP Environment
The Software Consumption solution within TFP brings with it a fundamental change in how sites will approach managing and reducing software expense
zAcademy: Imagine How Much You Can Learn Exploring MQ Statistics and Accounting Data
How to extract insights from the SMF 115 and SMF 116 record types and optimize configurations.
IntelliMagic Vision Adds CICS Statistics Automated Analysis
Nov 5, 2021 | IntelliMagic Vision for z/OS release 10.9.0 includes major enhancements to reporting on CICS SMF data letting you monitor the performance and resource usage of your mission critical applications and transactions.
The Business Value of Smarter Enterprise Storage Analytics
This webinar focuses on the business value of resiliency and optimization by deploying more intelligence and automation for Enterprise Storage operations.
IDC Technology Spotlight on Optimizing Mainframe Availability and Cost
This IDC Technology Spotlight, written by Research Vice President of IDC Tim Grieser, discusses how intelligent analysis of z/OS operations data optimizes mainframe availability and cost.
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.
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.
Deriving Value when Deluged with Data (aka CICS Transaction Reporting)
When searching for the response time of certain CICS transactions, you need an easy and effective way to filter out the noise and rapidly find what you’re looking for.
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.