Velocity Software, Inc. is recognized as a leader in the performance measurement of z/VM and Linux on z. The Velocity Performance Suite consist of a set of tools that enable installations running z/VM to manage Linux and z/VM performance. In addition, many components of server farms can be measured and analyzed. Performance data can be viewed real-time through the use of either 3270 or a browser. The CLOUD Implementation (zPRO) component is designed for full cloud PaaS implementation as well as to extend the capabilities of the z/VM sysprog (system programmer) to the browser world. This feature moves system management to the point-and-click crowd. Archived data and reports can be kept available of long term review and reporting usine zMAP. The zVPS, formally ESALPS, components consist of: zMON (formally ESAMON - real-time display of performance data), zTCP (formally ESATCP - SNMP data collection), zMAP (formally ESAMAP - historical reporting and archiving), zVWS (formally ESAWEB - z/VM based web server), zTUNE (a subscription service), zVIEW (formally SHOWCASE - web based viewing of performance data), zPRO (new to the quality line of Velocity Software Products). Velocity continues to work with other software vendors to ensure smooth interface with or from other products such as VM:Webgateway, CA-Webgateway, EnterpriseWeb, MXG, MICS. Velocity software remains the leader and inovator in the z/VM performance, Linux performance, Managing cloud computing arenas.
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Oracle Performance for Linux on "z"


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Table of Contents

1) Oracle Performance for Linux on "z"
2) Research
3) References
4) Velocity Software

Linux performance issues
5) The z/Linux Issues
6) z/Linux Performance Challenges<
7) The z/Linux Mistakes
8) Real vs virtual
9) Virtual Server Tuning
10) Resource sharing problems
11) Mainframe Shared Resources
12) Minimizing Storage Requirements

Profiling Linux workloads
13) Profiling Workloads
14) Analyze Process
15) Analyze Process by process name<
16) Profiling Domino Workloads
17) Analyze Workload CPU Requirements<
18) Oracle Performance Opportunities
19) Oracle Performance Opportunities
20) Oracle SGA
21) Reduce storage size? (Oracle workload)
22) Oracle Analysis (The case for grid?)
23) Oracle Analysis, DASD Performance
24) Oracle Analysis
25) Oracle Analysis
26) Oracle Analysis - What does it look like?
27) Oracle Analysis

FTP Benchmarks
28) FTP Benchmarks: Results NOT intuitive

ESALPS
29) ESALPS (Linux Performance Suite)
30) Add server data collection
31) ESALPS:

New velocity mibs
32) Adding New Mibs
33) New Process Mib
34) New Process Mib – by parent
35) New System Mib
36) Summary
Author: Barton Robinson



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