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Application Performance Management - A Theory or Real Cost Savings? (E04)

Topic: 2007 EU

Subtopic: DB2 for z/OS



DATE: 2007-11-6 (09:00 - 10:00)
SPEAKERS: Gerald Pfeiffer (TRILOGexpert Group)

For many years companies have tended to install more MSUs instead of finding the few problem areas that need to be addressed to improve the performance of applications considerably. But in some cases, more capacity is no answer, as the sheer CPU capacity is not the solution to the problem. This is why Application Performance Management is again becoming increasingly popular.This presentation talks about how Application Performance Management should be done: - strategically - permanently and - automatically in order to be permanently successful and to permanently guarantee a positive cost to benefit ratio. It also explains the difficulties of implementing permanent Application Performance Management at companies and deals with the wrong impression that it always involves major changes in the application source code. In fact, it will prove to the audience, that many times small changes make the difference... Once you know where to make them.

EXP. LEVEL: Intermediate

OBJECTIVES:

How to identify the root cause for performance problems in applications

How to identify top consumers based on their annual occurrence

How to gain an overall view on the performance of the production system

How to replace manual efforts with an automated method and maximize performance tuning

How to identify a maximum of tuning potential in DB2 queries, SQL and DB2 parameters



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