Broadcast Date: December 8, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. Eastern Standard Time, 4:00 p.m. GMT / UTCA proactive service delivery model can solve a lot of problems. With an end-to-end perspective, it can save IT time and resources by helping IT staff identify recurring problems and enable them to institute proactive measures to prevent problems from impacting service. But how do you get past multiple user administration interfaces, and difficulty in seeing historical and real-time events in a business context? With enterprises becoming increasingly complex, and the volume of events growing, the problem is becoming more urgent. IT shops need to respond proactively to infrastructure-related issues that are causing service degradation.
Consolidation of performance and the state or status of events has always been essential to managing an enterprise. Businesses have hundreds or perhaps thousands of events happening every day that IT needs to prioritize and manage. Is there a way to gain better understanding of what you need to manage?
Join us for this complimentary session and learn about a
methodology to get z/OS® events into Tivoli® Netcool® OMNIbus, and in
turn, Tivoli Business Service Manger (BSM). We’ll highlight the Tivoli
Event Pump, and contrast it with other methods. This presentation will
discuss methods of architecting, collecting, visualizing and managing
business and IT events in your enterprise to improve the visibility and
control necessary to reduce costs and reduce risks.
In this session you’ll learn about these features and more:
Speaker: Clayton Ching, Senior Product Manager, Tivoli Business Service Management, IBM Software Group