Learn how to use Compuware ThruPut Manager NAGging Services, part of the Dataset Contention Services (DCS), to automatically nag a user to give up a dataset you need for production started tasks or batch.
What if you didn’t have to worry about touching the JCL? With Compuware ThruPut Manager, make changes you need safely without the approval and oversight that can elongate the process.
While linear regression may work for CPU busy functions from 20-80%, it doesn’t help much at either end of the utilization graph, where you want to know the impact of transaction volume or batch workload changes.
ThruPut Manager includes Software Access Control, a feature that enables refined access control to licensed software. Ensure jobs run on the correct system and save on software license costs.
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.
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.
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.