When Bad Things Happen to Good Transactions
Project and Program: Information Management
, Information Management Systems
, SHARE San Jose 2017
Many customers execute over 500 million transactions a day, and the instrumentation data created can overwhelm traditional tools. This session explains an IBM tool that allows transaction analysis and processing of instrumentation big data. This tool's exception processing feature crawls the instrumentation data looking for transactions that exceed exception criteria. Once identified, the tool enables analysis of the transaction lifecycle using CICS (SMF, Trace, and VSAM Forward Recovery Log), IBM DB2® (Log, IFCID trace, and IBM OMEGAMON® NTH), IBM IMS™ (Log, Trace, and SMF), WebSphere MQ (Log and SMF), WebSphere Application Server (SMF), and z/OS (SMF, OPERLOG, and z/OS Connect) data.
Automated data gathering, reduced time to problem resolution, maximizing of application rollout success for application development teams, preparation of z/OS instrumentation data for off-platform IT analytics, and helping to train the next generation of z/OS support personnel are all benefits of this unique IBM z/OS tool.-James Martin-IBM Corporation
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