Learn how ThruPut Manager's Automated Capacity Management works with IBM’s sub-capacity pricing to further reduce monthly software costs without impacting online transaction processing workloads and critical batch work.
There are many ways to look at the CPU Busy metric, all having very different meanings. For many, this is still a critical number. But is it the most important number?
Strobe and ThruPut Manager make batch management automagical while you continue to give your company the competitive edge by making online performance hum.
While some industries have always had narrow margins, companies are more cost-focused than ever. Soft-capping can be scary, but you still need to save money. Practice safe-capping with LPAR Sets.
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
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.
If you think MLC is high now, it used to be even higher. Back then, before usage was calculated according to the R4HA, data centers paid according to the actual MSU/MIPS rating of each machine.
Although soft capping does come with its share of risks, with the right technology it can be a great option for companies looking to control their software costs.