Developed for: IT and enterprise architects; IT managers; systems and business analysts; and technology researchers
Technical Level: Intermediate
Demands on IT services and workload processing are dynamic, and maintaining satisfactory service levels is one of the most difficult challenges caused by these continual changes. How much mainframe capacity do you really need and how do you determine need? For many IT shops, the process is a home-grown solution that is based simply on trend analysis. It’s not enough for the modern enterprise. Effective performing capacity planning today will help you avoid future expenses and give you more understanding into what’s going on across IT. But it requires automation based on in-depth analysis, simulation and forecasting models.
You are invited to join us for a complimentary teleconference to learn about the Tivoli® “what if” analysis, an open architecture for gathering and analyzing data, application performance modeling and rich graphical reporting. This enterprise analysis, modeling and reporting solution is based on a suite of Tivoli and business analytics products, and it’s designed to help you avoid the costs associated with acquiring new hardware and software.
In this teleconference, we’ll discuss these topics in capacity planning and more:
You will also learn about key capacity planning products:
Speaker: Al Hanna, Capacity Planning Technical Specialist, IBM Sales and Distribution