Optimize your Real and Virtual Storage Configuration
Issues with real and virtual storage management can have an immediate impact on the availability or performance of your LPARs or applications.
In this white paper we provide an explanation of the real, virtual, and auxiliary storage architecture used by the z/OS operating system, what associated metrics are provided by SMF, and what their meaning is.
We show how you can use these metrics to track real and virtual memory usage, and how you can have a much more efficient configuration if you use them to optimize your environment.
We also reveal how to identify when metrics are reaching levels that indicate problems with the real or virtual storage.
To download this white paper, please complete the form to the right, and we will send the file to your email.