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March 11-16, 2018
Visit us at Booth #325 to learn about our impressive selection of product offerings and, of course, enter our drawings. SDS has several security products (ie. our z/OS SIEM agent), other z/OS mainframe management software, and even a thin-client, browser-based 3270 Terminal Emulation solution, all highlighted by forward-thinking, feature-rich product development and award-winning SDS 24/7 Support.
session at SHARE Sacramento: An Enterprises’ Experience Utilizing ConicIT…
DevOps: User Experience: Monitoring Requirements for the Volatile DEVOPS World
This presentation highlights an Enterprise’s use of an automated, expert mainframe performance monitoring system that proactively identifies existing and future mainframe issues through the performance data received from existing z/OS monitors. Then, the collected data is intelligently analyzed, which produces an extremely useful, first-fault warning whenever the expert monitoring system detects anything unexpected or if performance levels are negatively impacted. This automatic “early warning system” has the power to benefit organizations in many ways (including positive surprises), from decreasing costs/expenses to improving the entire process of identifying and fixing z/OS performance-related problems.
The company discussed in this session chose to use the z/OS performance monitoring system that deploys the first machine learning tool that also uses predictive artificial intelligence and analytics. By leveraging this industry-first combination, this solution has the ability to intelligently learn normal system operations, then detect anomalies, and predict future problems, cultivating the most efficient, dependable, and reliable alerts available from all similar z/OS performance monitoring solutions.
You’ll also see how this particular business benefited from this system; they also describe their main challenges and issues that lead them to this solution initially and much more valuable information is offered. After implementation, it’s reassuring to know that ongoing mainframe performance issues will be solved or easier to solve. No more costly events (z/OS usage peaks, random mainframe behavior, mysterious mishaps, etc.) transpiring on the mainframe without being promptly notified.