Merging Systems into a Sysplex

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Published on December 19, 2002, updated September 05, 2014

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ISBN-10: 0738426083
ISBN-13: 9780738426082
IBM Form #: SG24-6818-00


Authors: Frank Kyne, Jeff Belot, Grant Bigham, Alberto Camara Jr., Michael Ferguson, Gavin Foster, Roger Lowe, Mirian Minomizaki Sato, Graeme Simpson, Valeria Sokal and Feroni Suhood

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    Abstract

    This IBM Redbooks publication provides information to help Systems Programmers plan for merging systems into a sysplex. zSeries systems are highly flexibile systems capable of processing many workloads. As a result, there are many things to consider when merging independent systems into the more closely integrated environment of a sysplex. This book will help you identify these issues in advance and thereby ensure a successful project.

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1. Introduction

    Chapter 2. Sysplex infrastructure considerations

    Chapter 3. System Logger considerations

    Chapter 4. WLM considerations

    Chapter 5. GRS considerations

    Chapter 6. SMF considerations

    Chapter 7. JES2 considerations

    Chapter 8. Shared HFS considerations

    Chapter 9. Language Environment considerations

    Chapter 10. System data set considerations

    Chapter 11. VTAM considerations

    Chapter 12. TCP/IP considerations

    Chapter 13. RACF considerations

    Chapter 14. SMS considerations

    Chapter 15. DFSMShsm considerations

    Chapter 16. DFSMSrmm considerations.

    Chapter 17. OPC considerations

    Chapter 18. System Automation for OS/390 considerations

    Chapter 19. Operations considerations

    Chapter 20. Hardware configuration considerations.

    Chapter 21. System exits and usermod considerations

    Chapter 22. Maintenance considerations

     

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