This session will demonstrate the method and benefits of modernizing the status quo way of understanding the data, which is still typically an internal PDB and custom-coded reports that require manual interpretation of unrated, static reports to discover what is important in the data.
Create new insights into current and upcoming problems with z/OS Systems components including Processors and Processor Cache, WLM, Coupling Facility, XCF, zEDC, OSA, TCP/IP, and much more.
New insights are obtained by automatically interpreting the RMF and SMF data using embedded expert knowledge about the application workloads within the context of the specific system infrastructure resources in use. These insights will improve performance and efficiency (including MLC reduction) for your application infrastructure operations.
Monitor WebSphere Data Volumes
This video introduces the topic of transaction reporting based on the SMF 120 subtype 9 record, specifically in terms of data volume per request/response.
Monitor WebSphere Response Times
This video introduces the topic of transaction response time reporting based on the SMF 120 subtype 9 record.
Monitor WebSphere Transactions
Each request that comes into WebSphere is considered a transaction and can be reported down to the level of URI name. These URI’s give you the names of specific resources or applications requested, and each individual request is logged.
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