Performance Monitoring and Best Practices for WebSphere on z/OS

An IBM Redbooks publication

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Published on 07 April 2007

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ISBN-10: 0738486000
ISBN-13: 9780738486000
IBM Form #: SG24-7269-00


Authors: Alex Louwe Kooijmans, Tony J. Cox, Ruud Huisman, Magdalena Marsh, Koelli Mungee, Brian S. Paskin, Martina Schmidt, Thomas Schulze, Javier Voos and Franck Yu

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    Abstract

    Implementing a WebSphere Application Server environment on z/OS and deploying applications to it in a manner that delivers the best performance is not a trivial task. There are many parameters that can be influenced and applications can be written in many different ways.

    This IBM Redbooks publication will give you a structure you can use to set up an environment that is tuned to meet best performance and at the same can be monitored to catch eventual performance bottlenecks. We also pay attention to workload testing using a variety of tools and best practices in writing and deploying applications.

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1. Introduction

    Part 1. Our environment

    Chapter 2. Our infrastructure

    Chapter 3. Our sample workload

    Chapter 4. Using workload drivers

    Chapter 5. Setting up and using monitoring tools

    Part 2. Best practices - infrastructure

    Chapter 6. How to determine the area of interest

    Chapter 7. WebSphere Application Server and HTTP Server

    Chapter 8. Java Virtual Machine

    Chapter 9. z/OS subsystems

    Chapter 10. Connectors

    Part 3. Best practices - application

    Chapter 11. J2EE application best practices

    Chapter 12. Accessing EIS resources

    Appendix A. Installation of the Trade V6.1 application

    Appendix B. Additional material

     

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