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Getting Started with IBM InfoSphere Optim Workload Replay for DB2

Downloaded 42 times last month. Published 18 Jan 2015


IBM z Systems Qualified DWDM: Ciena 6500 Packet-Optical Platform Release 9.24

Downloaded 41 times last month. Published 13 Apr 2016


The Value of Active-Active Sites with Q Replication for IBM DB2 for z/OS An Innovative IBM Client's Experience

Downloaded 39 times last month. Published 23 Jan 2015


DFSMS: From Storage Tears to Storage Tiers

Downloaded 39 times last month. Published 6 Jun 2016


Enterprise Java Monitoring on z/OS with OMEGAMON: A Practical Guide to Managing JVM Performance on z/OS

Downloaded 39 times last month. Published 23 Feb 2017


Simplifying Mainframe Data Access with IBM InfoSphere System z Connector for Hadoop

Downloaded 36 times last month. Published 17 Feb 2015, last updated 20 Feb 2015


Manage Your Clouds with IBM Cloud Manager with OpenStack for z Systems, V4.2

Downloaded 34 times last month. Published 20 Aug 2015


IBM CICS Performance Series: Comparing Type 2 and Type 4 JDBC Driver Performance with IBM CICS Transaction Server for z/OS V5.2 Liberty JVM server

Downloaded 33 times last month. Published 28 Aug 2015


DFSMShsm: Managing PDSE V2 Data Sets

Downloaded 32 times last month. Published 27 Apr 2015


LAD: z/OS SDSF SYM and ENQ Options

Downloaded 30 times last month. Published 28 Apr 2016, last updated 18 May 2016


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