System z Events

Using analytics on System z for improved visibility and higher availability

Teleconference: Available in replay for your convenience, register now.


Highlights

Topics include:

Speaker: Paul Smith, Senior Technical Staff Member, Tivoli® on System z Analytics Architect, IBM Software Group
Broadcast date: April 17, 2014, 11:00 a.m., EDT / 3:00 p.m. GMT / 4:00 p.m. BST
Developed for: IT and enterprise architects and managers; database administrators and managers; system analysts; operations managers
Technical level: Intermediate


Searching data for alerts and critical information is all about finding information that indicates a potential problem or future opportunity. Predicting future events is possible by spotting anomalies and determining their potential impact using knowledge from past history. Using the information from search and predict to update and optimize applications and processes can help you avoid future problems and improve overall performance. These are the areas of focus for most big data analytics today.

Are you being asked to support new technologies like mobile, big data and cloud? Do you have all the analytic information you need to monitor and support new workloads?

Much of the data and workloads required for these technologies currently run on IBM® System z®. Taking advantage of additional analytics can help support those workloads and more easily integrate System z into these new environments, while minimizing disruption of current enterprise workloads.

Join us for this complimentary teleconference as we discuss how analytics on System z helps successfully integrate systems of engagement with back-end systems of record. Learn how analytics, in particular using z/OS® logs, can improve visibility and assist in understanding the impact of adding new technologies to System z.

Join us after the teleconference for a live question-and-answer session. This teleconference will also be available for replay after the event.

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