The z14 and z15 support a completely new I/O method called zHyperLink. This is easily the most substantial I/O announcement from IBM since the introduction of FICON.
We all know that the best I/O is no I/O but every record won’t fit in your buffer pools, so I/O is a fact of life. What about more cache or flash drives?
The many options to accelerate your speed on the I/O highway can make you lose your mind – come check out the fast lane!
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Break down the barriers between z/OS and distributed systems and communicate specific methods both sides can use to classify workloads properly.