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EPV University: Collecting data for Capacity Management (Part I)


Presentation

The ‘fine art of measurement’ is the base of all Capacity Management activities

An old CMG motto says: “If you can’t measure it, you can‘t manage it”

So the more important something is, the more effort we put in to measuring it. We measure to control but unfortunately we can’t always control what we measure!

In this workshop we will be looking at the collection of the following data:-

SMF records

DB2 records

MQ records

HTTP server records

WEBSPHERE records

CICS records

IMS log records

DCOLLECT records

VTS BVIR records

We will also be looking at various methods of moving the collected data to another platform from the mainframe, and some advanced features of the EPV zParser will also be discussed together with the possibility to feed a data lake and use of Hadoop.

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Stream: zCMPA
Room: Woodcote
Time: 13:00 - 14:00

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Speakers


  • Danilo Gipponi at EPV Technologies
  • Danilo Gipponi has been involved in Service Levels and Cost Accounting projects since 1986. After 9 years with SAS Institute and 5 years with BMC, in 2003 he founded EPV Technologies. He has been the president of CMG-Italia since 2011 and previously served from 2001 to 2004, and overall he has been an officer of CMG-Italia for 23 years. Danilo Gipponi is a regular speaker in many International Conferences.


    Email: danilo.gipponi@epvtech.com

  • Danilo Gipponi at EPV Technologies
  • Danilo Gipponi has been involved in Service Levels and Cost Accounting projects since 1986. After 9 years with SAS Institute and 5 years with BMC, in 2003 he founded EPV Technologies. He has been the president of CMG-Italia since 2011 and previously served from 2001 to 2004, and overall he has been an officer of CMG-Italia for 23 years. Danilo Gipponi is a regular speaker in many International Conferences.


    Email: danilo.gipponi@epvtech.com

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