Nastel® AutoPilot® for System Z
rich support for monitoring application performance on the IBM mainframe. Fully integrated with the AutoPilot family to provide real-time monitoring of application performance across the mainframe, distributed and cloud environments.
early warning for application performance problems by correlating real-time z/OS state with that from the web and cloud and searching for patterns that indicate imminent impact.
Real-time monitoring and analysis
Prebuilt reports for data analysis and troubleshooting
Console capture for messages sent to the system log
Identifies performance bottlenecks
Provides proactive notification and automated actions based on user-defined policies
MQ (interactive and batch), CICS Transaction Server, DB2 and z/OS
Identifies application performance trends
Takes action to correct problems before there is impact
CICS/WMQ/DB2 system activity
This collage shows business views of CICS/WMQ/DB2 system activity and resource usage. Alerts are issued when resource usage exceeds the default threshold. If a CICS transaction is looping while getting messages from WMQ and writing to DB2 database, we can see a surge on resource usage in CICS’s DSA, WMQ buffer pool and DB2 logging.
z/OS Operating System Statistics:
Address Space statistics
– Address Space Dispatching Priority
– Address Space current position such as swapped in, swapped out, non-swappable, etc
– Current utilization of real storage in frames
– Address space’s EXCP count for the current job step
– Accumulated CPU time (TCB plus SRB) consumed on behalf of the address space, for the current job step, in seconds
– Swap out reason code