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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.
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.
IntelliMagic Announces Strategic Alliance with Watson & Walker
Dec 07, 2016 | IntelliMagic is pleased to announce a formal alliance with Watson & Walker, publisher of the widely-read Cheryl Watson’s Tuning Newsletter, and one of the best-known and respected z/OS performance and measurement advisory groups in the world.
How’s Your Flash Doing?
Since most storage management algorithms optimize their enterprise storage automatically, you may not have the time or tools to quantify how your Flash is performing.
How Well Does Flash Based Storage Perform In Your High-End Storage Systems?
As the price per gigabyte of flash storage is rapidly decreasing, experts predict that flash will soon be the dominant medium in high-end storage.
Beat the Annual MLC Software Price Increase
MLC costs already consume the largest chunk of many sites mainframe budgets. Here's how you can beat the MLC price increase.
CMG awards Dr. Cor Meenderinck of IntelliMagic with “Best Paper” for CMG imPACt conference
Oct 25, 2016 | The Computer Measurement Group (CMG) selected the paper “Analyzing SSD/Flash Performance in High-End Storage“ by Dr. Cor Meenderinck from IntelliMagic as Best Paper for the 2016 CMG imPACt conference.
Which Workloads Should I Migrate to the Cloud?
The cloud provides an economic model for computing that may work well for some workloads by reducing costs and having end users pay for what they use.
5 Reasons Why All-Flash Arrays Won’t Magically Solve All Your Problems
It may feel like all-flash systems will solve all your performance issues, but the complexity of the entire infrastructure ensures that there are still plenty of problems to run into.