Automating access control to expensive software can aid in your search for savings. ThruPut Manager's SAC facility gives you the control you need to save significant license costs.
A good part of our job is managing priorities given to us and delivering on expectations. ThruPut Manager automation gives you the time needed to focus on the things that lead to success in your work.
CPU time is a valuable resource. When the basic tools in your set don’t give you the controls you need, consider ThruPut Manager as a solution that offers new ways to manage your batch workload.
It’s inevitable that batch jobs will fight over limited system resources. In a capacity-constrained system, this can really cause delays, if jobs must wait a long time for CPU, memory or I/O channels.
You may prefer the granular control of workload, offered with LPAR Sets, to maximize MLC savings, or you may not prefer to put caps in place, but still wish to reduce demand.
You know you need to reduce software costs wherever possible. Fine tuning of your batch can do this for you, and LPAR sets with ThruPut Manager can help balance savings with performance
When it comes to batch management, automation with ThruPut Manager is the new normal. Why are you still hand-managing your batch when Compuware's ThruPut Manager customers have moved on?
As part of z/OS R2.2, IBM has included Job Execution Control, offering functionality that ThruPut Manager has provided since 1995 with its Dependant Job Control. How does IBM's "new" functionality stack up?
With the focus on compliance, most companies have SLAs for online work, but many don’t have formal SLAs for batch. How can you possibly manage unwritten expectations!?
How much good can you achieve if you reduce batch initiators to an optimal level? And what is an optimal level? How do you know? Would you have thought that less is more?
When something works as well and as automatically as ThruPut Manager, it can be easily taken for granted. After all, it just works. But, for ThruPut Manager, your z/OS level and JES2 levels are critical.
What if the veterans could ease the journey for Millennials by embracing technology that makes it easier for new people to come up to speed rapidly?
The initial MSU baseline for CMP will use a 3-month average of the Multiplex peak for each product. Your goal must be to first reduce that average as much as possible.
Have you been burned by capacity controls in the past? Let ThruPut Manager extinguish the flame with automated capacity management that saves you time and money.
ThruPut Manager’s Automated Capacity Management lets you reduce your R4HA and the resulting MLC costs with – or without – soft caps, and with considerably lower risk.