Performance Management for Power Systems
Performance Management for Power Systems (PM for Power Systems) is an easy-to-use
yet powerful tool that provides critical resource and performance information about the
current and long-term utilization trends – from a total system view to an individual
logical partition view. It helps to enable capacity planning for your ower Systems running
IBM i, AIX, and Linux - Red Hat, SuSE, Fedora, Ubuntu.
Performance Management Tools and Services
Review the list of performance tools, sizing tools, and performance services available
to help you understand, size, and optimize your system.
Performance Management on IBM i: Resource Library
Browse a wealth of reference information for IBM i performance including CPW
values, Performance Capabilities Reference, and performance papers.
IBM Systems Workload Estimator
The IBM Systems Workload Estimator is a web-based sizing tool for Power Systems and
z Systems. You can use this tool to size a new system, to size an upgrade to an existing IBM
system, or to size a consolidation of several systems.
IBM Systems Energy Estimator
The IBM Systems Energy Estimator is a web-based tool for estimating power requirements
for IBM Power Systems. You can use this tool to estimate typical power requirements (watts)
for a specific system configuration under normal operating conditions.
IBM Redbooks for IBM i
Browse the listing of IBM Redbooks and Redpapers on IBM i. Most of the publications
are available in Adobe PDF format and may be viewed online or downloaded for offline
viewing and printing.