Attend our Webinar: What’s in Your Nest? More Than Ever – Less is More! - 6/25/2015 1:00 PM EST – 2:00 PM EST
In an RNI context, IBM says the number of concurrent tasks is the primary factor in workload performance, particularly with today’s high frequency processors. The z13 architecture has a vast capacity to serve multiple, concurrent applications. Regardless of the amount of work you throw at it, z/OS will do its best to provide some service to all workloads. As result, we generally throw all the work at the machine at once. Are you running too much or too little? Let’s look at some measurements and techniques to control how much concurrent work you are running. Cycles per instruction, Initiators, LPARs, Logical Processors and Weights are a few of the topics we’ll explore. You will find techniques to improve performance, throughput, and efficiencies of your mainframe. Come and see just how much less you should be doing.
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