Date: Wednesday, April 12th, 2017
Time: 11:00am – 12:30 pm (Free parking, Raffle, Lunch, & Networking)
Location: ADP Salt Lake City – 2835 Decker Lake Drive, Salt Lake City, UT 84119 [Directions/Parking Info]
Topic: IBM I Navigator Performance Tasks
Speaker: Dawn May, Senior Technical Staff Member, IBM Rochester
Session Abstract: Navigator for i has an extensive set of performance tasks and this session review the basics of these performance tasks and how to use them. This presentation will review the Performance Data Investigator, aka “Investigate Data”, which allows you to graphically view and analyze IBM i performance data, including some helpful tips on how you can “Investigate Data” to better understand your system’s performance and how you can use the Performance Data Investigator for day-to-day management of your IBM i partition. This session will also review the newest performance tasks, including database performance graphs, health indicators, performance reports, system monitors, and how to use batch model for sizing exercises (see some example screenshots below).
Who Should Attend: This session will appeal to anyone on the Power System platform. All Members & Non-member are welcome.
is a Senior Technical Staff Member for IBM in Rochester, Minnesota. Dawn is the IBM liaison to the IBM i Large User Group (LUG), the COMMON Americas Advisory Council (CAAC), and the COMMON Europe Advisory Council (CEAC). In this position she works with these client groups to organize and lead meetings and manage the requirements process. Dawn also works as a consultant within the IBM Lab Services organization. Dawn has extensive experience on the IBM i development team. She is a frequent speaker and is also the author of the “i Can” blog, which you can find at http://www.ibmsystemsmag.com/Blogs/i-Can/. You may contact Dawn by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or connect with her on twitter at @DawnMayiCan.
Special thanks to Maxava (Business Continuity, Disaster Recovery, & High Availability Software for the IBM i) for their generous contributions and support of the UIIPA membership.