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What happened to mainframe reporting?

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What happened to mainframe reporting?


When Performance and Tuning monitors were first released back in the 80’s and 90’s, each monitor had a reporting component or an add on.

There were even additional separately sold solutions for reporting. Whilst there are some still around, most have disappeared or are being retired.

Why is reporting still so important and instead of reporting, are we talking about AIOps, the transformation.

In this session, we will discuss why “Performance and Tuning monitors” are so important and AIOps – just the tip of the iceberg.

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About the Speakers

Brian Hoare

Brian Hoare has seen the z platform grow from OS/390 to today’s z/OS. He may speak with a “strange accent” and has introduced new solutions into the USA and worked with several startups. He has presented at local/annual CMG’s, Share and many other conferences discussing cost reduction (IBM/MLC), performance and is now his focused on analytical data on “z”.  Mainframe analytics are his latest passion, especially as Z is the richest source of data there is. So why not use the richest source of data we have for helping to run the business?

Brian lives in Florida, is a passionate fan of Rugby and Football (Soccer) and has several refereeing and coaching badges.

Roberto Pacheco

Roberto is Presales Engineer at ZETALY. He has a long and strong experience with mainframes for over 20 years and actively contributes to bring the mainframe into the 21st century.

During his career and through his different roles, customer, developer, consultant, presales…, Roberto was able to circle most of the facets of the z/OS environment and focused his interest on application performance. Starting his career as System Programmer at one of the largest banks in Brazil, he has developed software for tape management system, IO optimization and performance analysis.

As expert and consultant, Roberto has assisted many companies in the world to have a better understanding of their mainframe environments, promoting operational analytics with artificial intelligence to identify and resolve problems faster than usual. In his spare time, Roberto loves to spend time with his family and to ride his motorcycle.

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