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This course is designed to analyze the WebSphere V7.0 for z/OS performance. The goal is to tune WebSphere V7.0 for z/OS and its environment on z/OS for maximum performance. Benchmark tools are used to simulate a J2EE transaction workload against WebSphere for z/OS, and then performance tools are used to monitor performance data on these transactions.
Each student group has their own z/OS system where they start with an untuned application server environment. In the lab exercises, they will apply tuning changes, and then perform measurement run. The result will be taken and transferred to a table for performance comparisons. The class discusses tuning of important subsystems (for example UNIX System Services, IBM HTTP Server for z/OS, the Java JVM), as well as the WebSphere infrastructure, and some J2EE application performance tuning.
This advanced course is for experienced z/OS systems programmers who are responsible for implementing and customizing the WebSphere V7.0 for z/OS on z/OS, as well as IT professionals responsible for the deployment of EJB and Web applications. The students must have basic knowledge in measurement and analysis of performance data provided by z/OS, such as SMF, RMF, and TCP/IP.