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IBM Netcool Operations Insight Version 1.4: Deployment Guide
IT Service Management

Redbooks, published 26 Jul 2016

IBM® Netcool® Operations Insight integrates infrastructure and operations management into a single coherent structure across business applications, virtualized servers, network devices and protocols, internet protocols, and security and storage devices. This IBM Redbooks® publication will help you install, tailor, and configure Netcool Operations Insight Version 1.4. Netcool Operations Insight consists of several products and components that can be installed on many servers in many combinations. You must make many decisions, both critical and personal preference. The purpose of this document ... [more]

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IBM Netcool Operations Insight: A Scenarios Guide
IT Service Management

Redbooks, published 20 Jul 2016

IBM® Netcool® Operations Insight empowers your IT operations to use real-time and historical analytics to identify, isolate, and resolve problems before they affect your business. Powered by IBM Tivoli® Netcool/OMNIbus and the transformative capabilities of cognitive analytics, Netcool Operations Insight consolidates millions of alerts from across local, cloud, and hybrid environments into a few actionable problems. This IBM Redbooks® publication gives a broad understanding of Netcool Operations Insight and describes several scenarios that show the capabilities of this solution in a ... [more]

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IBM CICS Performance Series: A CPU Utilization Study of Java EE applications running in CICS TS V5.3
z Systems Software

Redpaper, published 20 Jul 2016

This IBM® Redpaper™ publication is a study of the performance of a Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) application that is hosted by an IBM CICS® Transaction Server for z/OS® (CICS) V5.3 Liberty JVM server that uses the standard mode of operation that is provided by APAR PI58375. In this mode, nearly all of the application’s central processing unit (CPU) consumption can be off-loaded to IBM System z® Integrated Information Processors (zIIPs), which minimizes the total cost of computing for such a workload. The target audience for this Redpaper publication is Capacity Planners and ... [more]

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IBM Financial Transaction Manager on z Systems

Solution Guide, published 17 May 2016

The IBM® Financial Transaction Manager (FTM) on IBM z Systems™ platforms is an industry software package that manages, orchestrates, and monitors commercial and consumer financial transactions. It provides the functionality to create and collect the state of transactions while also providing integration capability and common data and message models that are based on the ISO 20022 industry standard. This IBM Redbooks® Solution Guide provides an overview of the business value of using the IBM FTM and offers solution options that are available now on z Enterprise ... [more]

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IT Modernization using Catalogic ECX Copy Data Management and IBM Spectrum Storage
Storage Software

Redbooks, published 5 Apr 2016

Data is the currency of the new economy, and organizations are increasingly tasked with finding better ways to protect, recover, access, share, and use data. Traditional storage technologies are being stretched to the breaking point. This challenge is not because of storage hardware performance, but because management tools and techniques have not kept pace with new requirements. Primary data growth rates of 35% to 50% annually only amplify the problem. Organizations of all sizes find themselves needing to modernize their IT processes to enable critical new use cases such as storage ... [more]

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