New Feature of OMEGAMON CICS 5.5.0: SLA Toolkit
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We have SLA workspaces in TEP in the past. Starting from 5.5.0 release, we will have SLA Toolkit in 3270UI, which will provide full set of functions about displaying SLA items and updating them according to actual requirement. User can defi
This article will mainly introduce the panels and functions of the new SLA Toolkit in 3270 UI.
1. Main View of SLA Toolkit in 3270UI (tabbing panel)
There are 2 subpanels in KCPSLAMA panel and 5 tabbing panels for service class(base), workload, service policy and SLA options:
(1). The subpanel in the first half is to select a service policy to activate:
--Service Policy are in the drop-down list, user can choose which one to activate
--The Apply Button is used to activate the service policy that user choose in the dropdown box.
(2). The second sub-panel will display the service class list under the service policy which is selected in the dynamic-drop down box.
The service class which contain override goal will be highlighted with different(green) color.
User can navigate to some other panels from here:
The panel for adding a new override goal:
Corresponding TEP work space (Add Override Goal) as follows:
2. Service Class Rules
Service Class Rules is the one that user use to filter the transactions. 4 kinds of attributes are supported:
User can leverage this 4 kinds of attributes to build a logical structure(we display it as a TREE) and filter the transactions. User would have the ability to summarize the
monitoring data according to their business requirements.
The rules will be displayed as a tree which is similar with the display in TEP.
We support functions both display them as a tree and update the tree via take action commands.
Another feature is about the take action on the service class rule. We will display different take action items according to the location where user trigger the take action command.
For example: if user trigger the take action command in the first node of the snapshot above, the take action items for it would be like this:
The reason for this is because there is only 1 attribute in this tree (TranID), so we will allow all the other 3 kinds of attributes to be displayed. The DELETE take action will be displayed all the time.
Corresponding TEP work space is as follows:
3. Service Class Panel
This panel will display all the service classes with base goal.
In addition to the display function, we also provide some take actions for each service class.
Input ‘\’ in front of anyone service class and press Enter, you will see the pop-up panel which contain the take action items of service class.
You can add/delete/update a service class here.
When user want to update the content of one service class, they just input ‘S’ in front of the service class and press Enter:
You can update the response time goal, type of goal, workload and service class rule.
After you have completed all the change, just press Enter and the change will take effect.
4. Workloads Panel
From the 1st main view, move the cursor in front of ‘Workload’ tab and press Enter, it will be the workload panel
User can update/delete the current workload, define new workload via take actions in this panel.
Here is an example of DELETE pop-up panel
5. Service Policy Panel:
User can open Service Policy tab to check all the service policies which has been defined and add/delete/Activate service policy.
The service policy which is currently active will be marked with different color(GREEN). The ‘DFLTSPOL’ service policy is the active service policy.
User can DELE
6. SLA Options Panel
This panel is to set SLA options.
User can choose which rules (AUTO/MVS WLM/OMEGAMON WLM) to use for SLA and the Interval in the dynamic dropdown box.