Mainframe

EPV zParser

EPV Graph for z/OS

EPV for z/OS

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EPV zParser reads SMF files and stores the output in an SQL database and/or in a data lake (e.g. Hadoop). Standard IBM records and other sources such as IMS logs, IDCAMS DCOLLECT output, z/VM Monwrite, Linux on Z, IBM Hydra BVIR and CSV files are supported.

EPV for z/OS

EPV Graph for z/OS

EPV for z/OS

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EPV for z/OS gives system performance analysts and system managers a complete vision of their z/OS systems and workloads.

Processing is completely automatic and is based on auto-discovery techniques.   

Already using SAS? We use an SQL database, loaded by zParser or input from SAS/MXG or ITRM. Migrate later and save big if you choose to eliminate SAS!

EPV Graph for z/OS

EPV Graph for z/OS

EPV Graph for z/OS

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Turn EPV for z/OS data into graphs and empower end-users at every skill level to quickly identify and zero in on bottlenecks!

Graphs are automatically produced and saved as static HTML pages - enriched with powerful JavaScript functions. Views can be published on any Web server and are accessible using any Internet browser.

EPV for Db2

EPV Graph for Db2

EPV Graph for z/OS

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Empower your DBAs and DB2 performance analysts with EPV for DB2!  Control DB2 resources and workloads. Quickly identify anomalies, exceptions, performance issues & excessive resource consumption inside your DB2 subsystems.

EPV Graph for Db2

EPV Graph for Db2

EPV Graph for Db2

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Supercharge your important EPV for DB2 data with graphs of DB2 subsystems and applications performance. EPV Graph for DB2 has intuitive top-down navigation using advanced drill-down functions. Create an unlimited number of graphs! Include them in documents using copy-and-paste!

EPV for CICS

EPV Graph for Db2

EPV Graph for Db2

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CICS CPU overhead, virtual and real memory usage, logging activity, TSQ, and TDQ activity, connections to Db2, MQ and CTG. A complete vision starting from CICS groups, determined by YOU, down to CICS region and transaction! 

EPV for MQ

EPV for Linux on Z

EPV for Linux on Z

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A complete view of MQ workloads. Performance and CPU consumption starting from Queue Sharing Groups to subsystem, connection type & connection!

A boon for WMQ performance analysts, EPV for MQ shows config changes, critical events, threshold-based exceptions & daily, weekly and monthly trends.

EPV for Linux on Z

EPV for Linux on Z

EPV for Linux on Z

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See all the z/VM systems and their “guests”. Drill-down and explore workload performance and consumption from the CEC level down to z/VM systems, virtual machines and Linux processes.

Features include:

LPAR weight analysis

Capture ratio analysis

Overhead analysis

Memory utilization and paging activity by z/VM system and virtual machine.

EPV SMF2XL

EPV for Linux on Z

MyEPV & Quickview

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The “Swiss army knife” of system programmers. Exploit the information provided by SMF records by using the power of MS Excel.

All the standard IBM SMF record types are supported so any problem arising in a z/OS system can be analyzed. 

MyEPV & Quickview

MyEPV & Quickview

MyEPV & Quickview

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Have a special need? Want to dig deeper? We have a Wizard. Get MyEPV and design your own pages! We have an HTML style template-driven product. If you want to go simpler, we have a GUI driven version!

Still too much? We'll put together exactly what you want - we call it Quickview, an even lighter version of MyEPV done by us. Tell us what you want, we'll beat anyone's price.