Your mainframe has the capacity to service many requests concurrently. However, as with any system, there are limits. As utilization increases, queues will inevitably develop. This session will look at the applications that are impacted, and whether you need more hardware or can optimize with tuning.

You don’t need to be a mathematician or programmer to answer these “queueing theory” questions. Join this session and learn how IntelliMagic Vision can provide clear answers to these and other questions in your z/OS environment. With direct visibility into delays and the reasons for them, as well as predictive analysis, who needs theory?

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