Data Center Automation
Isabell Sippli(IBM) 060000X124 Tags:  gse eotc samp system-automation saam automation 4,439 Views
Dear Automation Experts,
We have limited space available in our auditorium and therefore safe your seat and register as soon as possible!
Less then two weeks left to Pulse 2013 (March 3 - 6) the top event on Cloud, IT and Service Management in Las Vegas to share best practices with 8,000 of your peers and hear from IBM business partners and top industry analysts on the latest trends and hottest IT topics.
Part of the Cloud and IT Optimization stream (http://www.ibm.com/software/tivoli/pulse/agenda/cloud.html#content) will be the Automated Operations Technical Council (AOTC).
Join this track to gain the knowledge you need to protect your business and IT services through end-to-end high availability, automation, and disaster recovery solutions. The AOTC continues its long term focus on the IBM Tivoli® System Automation family across distributed and z environments. This highly technical track is ideal for automation technical experts, IT project managers, and IT operations specialists who want to maximize the value of their system automation portfolio.
There will be developers giving updates on the latest development , practitioners, customers and users talking about their experience. For example there will be customer sessions on 'Advanced SAP Automation using Tivoli System Automation' an 'High Availability and Cross Platform Automation of a Complex Banking Applications'.
Isabell Sippli(IBM) 060000X124 Tags:  saam system-automation hadr tsa automation 1 Comment 5,577 Views
We're very close to our first Open Program Call on Tivoli System Automation Application Manager(https://ibm.biz/BdxKhQ)
Main focus of this call is the new User Interface we intend to ship based on that new platform in a v3.next release.
We'll post a recording on our Open Program developerWorks community (https://ibm.biz/BdxSCL)- stay tuned!
This IBM support webpage (http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg27024950&myns=swgtiv&mynp=OCSSRM2X&mync=R) features the documents most frequently requested by our customers, as well as other information identified by Support as valuable in helping answer questions related to IBM Tivoli System Automation for Multplatforms (TSAMP). A must read if you run System Automation on AIX, Linux, Solaris or Windows.
Downloads and Updates
such as 'Checking and Adjusting Heartbeat sensitivity'
Presentations from Support
Whitepapers from Support
such as 'Rolling Upgrade Procedure for a TSAMP Automated HADR Environment - Oct 2011.pdf'
Learning more about TSAMP
IBM Software Support Resources
JoergErdmenger 100000AHDG Tags:  tsa-am agile open-program tsamp tsa system-automation appman 4,824 Views
The Open Program for IBM Tivoli System Automation started.
We are developing the next version of our products:
In the Open Program, we are going to show you selected features and improvements that we intend to include in future releases of SA AppMan and SA MP. We are looking forward to discuss these features and improvements with you and receive your feedback.
You have the chance to participate in this new development and
influence during the Open Program for IBM Tivoli System Automation
This self-paced audio-visual course provides an overview of the System Automation for z/OS 3.4 functional differences as they relate to implementation and administration. This is is the first of three courses in a set of courses that cover implementation and administration differences. The other two courses provide demonstrations and additional details on specific topics. The functional differences associated with operational commands are covered in a separate set of courses.
A new developerWorks article has been published, which helps Tivoli System Automation users get up and running. This new Getting Started Guide was written by Frank Goytisolo, an IBM IT Specialist who has spent several years working with Tivoli System Automation for High Availability (TSA).
Here is an excerpt from the overview:
The purpose of this guide is to introduce Tivoli® System Automation for Multiplatforms and provide a quick-start, purpose-driven approach to users that need to use the software, but have little or no past experience with it.
This guide describes the role that TSA plays within IBM’s Smart Analytics System solution and the commands that can be used to manipulate the application. Further, some basic problem diagnosis techniques will be discussed, which may help with minor issues that could be experienced during regular use.
When the Smart Analytics system is built with High Availability, TSA is automatically installed and configured by the ATK. Therefore, this guide will not describe how to install or configure a TSA cluster (domain) from scratch, but rather how to manipulate and work with an existing environment. To learn to define a cluster of servers, please refer to the References appendix for IBM courses that are available.
Click here to read the entire article.