Real-time monitoring and more cool features in the new InfoSphere Optim Performance Manager V5.1 for DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows
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Date archived: January 12, 2017 | First published: December 15, 2011
IBM® InfoSphere® Optim® Performance Manager V5.1 for Linux®, UNIX® and Windows® is a major step forward in bringing the ability to monitor very large workloads spanning 100 plus partitions. Key to these enhancements are architectural changes including collecting state-of-the-art in-memory metrics for DB2® V9.7 or higher databases instead of relying on snapshots. Additionally InfoSphere Optim Performance Manager V5.1 provides a rich set of new monitoring features that are surfaced in the Web-based user interface like real-time monitoring, in-depth connection analysis and enhanced SQL analysis including static SQL and cross-baseline comparisons. Integration with InfoSphere Optim Query Workload Tuner assists in tuning multiple SQL statements at the same time. Enriched reporting on detailed recent performance data or on aggregated long-term historical data provide the capabilities you need for proactive tuning and capacity planning. For pureScale® or DPF performance analysis all dashboards now facilitate partition-level or member-level drill downs enabling easy viewing and comparing. Optim Performance Manager provides easy configuration of DB2 Workload Manager by deploying the newest best practices template to get up and running quickly with DB2 Workload Manager.
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