Enterprises around the world use IBM® Application Performance Analyzer for z/OS® (APA) to help them identify areas of low performance in their applications. Through non-intrusive sampling, IBM Application Performance Analyzer for z/OS provides interactive reports on how your mainframe applications are consuming available resources. Available in ISPF 3270 and Eclipse-based GUI interfaces, IBM Application Performance Analyzer for z/OS helps identify system constraints and will assist in improving application performance. With the power of APA’s source-code mapping, you can maximize existing application performance and improve response times of online transactions and batch job throughput.
IBM® Debug for z/OS® offers debugging and code coverage for z/OS applications written in COBOL, PL/I, C/C++ and Assembler. Debug for z/OS, the traditional z/OS debugging product, is powered by the IBM z/OS Debugger and provides a 3270 user interface and remote debugging through Eclipse. Additional z/OS Debugger capabilities and client options are available in IBM Developer for z/OS, IBM Developer for z/OS Enterprise Edition, and IBM Wazi Developer.
When applications abnormally end (ABEND) it is crucial to understand the root-cause. But this search can take time and resources. And the clock is ticking when it comes to getting production back to normal. Meanwhile enterprise users of IBM Fault Analyzer for z/OS® can discover ABENDs faster, more confidently, and in less time. That’s because when an application abnormally ends, IBM Fault Analyzer for z/OS automatically springs into action, harvesting real-time information of the ABEND and its environment at the time of failure. Our analysis engine will deliver real-time information on your CICS®, WebSphere® MQ, IMS™ and Db2® environments. The road to success can be a bumpy one. And when application development teams encounter delays the entire enterprise feels it. But with IBM Fault Analyzer for z/OS the road just became a whole lot smoother.
IBM® File Manager for z/OS® provides flexible, user-friendly tools for enhanced file processing when working with z/OS data sets, Db2®, CICS®, IMS™ or WebSphere® MQ data. File Manager brings with it the standard browse, edit, copy, batch and print utilities of the Interactive System Productivity Facility (ISPF) so that developers may work with their structured data more efficiently.