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
Pre-built 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 policiesSpeak to a Nastel Mainframe Expert
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