How to Determine Flash Candidates in Your Environment
If you are getting ready to add flash, it is important to see how much of your capacity is a good candidate for flash so you aren't throwing away money on flash you don't need
Are My ISL's Oversubscribed?
In this short video we want to show how to identify Inter-switch Link (or ISL) contention and show how adding additional ISL’s can spread out the load and reduce the utilization on your SAN fabric.
Identify z/OS Performance Relationships & Trends
Performance analysts are greatly aided by the capability to easily view the relationships between various metrics by combining any metrics from the same data category
Monitoring IBM MQ Performance for z/OS
IntelliMagic Vision automatically monitors and rates MQ health & performance metrics. This identifies areas that may represent risks to availability or performance that may warrant further investigation.
Flexible Drilldowns for z/OS Performance Analysts - CPU Reporting
A flexible drilldown capability is one of the greatest boosts to learning and effectiveness for performance and capacity analysts by allowing alternative analytical paths to be pursued based on the current display
Detect z/OS Performance Anomalies, Patterns, and Trends
Easy visibility to data offers the capability to quickly compare values from the current interval with any other interval in the database.
Learn New z/OS Performance Skills Quickly - Cryptographic Data
Having a tool at your disposal that doesn’t require years to learn how to use overcomes one of the steepest initial barriers to effective analysis and greatly expedites learning.
VMware Topology Viewer
IntelliMagic Vision Automatic Correlation allows you to identify all of the paths and any other ESX hosts and VMware guests that share those paths. This is crucial in identifying root cause in virtualized environments.
Identifying VMware Zoning Issues with Topology Viewer
End to end resolution of connectivity issues can be difficult as it requires both end to end connectivity information form the VMware guest to the ESX Host to the SAN ports and finally the storage ports