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Les Nouveautés des Outils IMS Décembre 2007
Les Nouveautés des Outils IMS Décembre 2007
Les Nouveautés des Outils IMS Décembre 2007
Les Nouveautés des Outils IMS Décembre 2007
Les Nouveautés des Outils IMS Décembre 2007
Les Nouveautés des Outils IMS Décembre 2007
Les Nouveautés des Outils IMS Décembre 2007
Les Nouveautés des Outils IMS Décembre 2007
Les Nouveautés des Outils IMS Décembre 2007
Les Nouveautés des Outils IMS Décembre 2007
Les Nouveautés des Outils IMS Décembre 2007
Les Nouveautés des Outils IMS Décembre 2007
Les Nouveautés des Outils IMS Décembre 2007
Les Nouveautés des Outils IMS Décembre 2007
Les Nouveautés des Outils IMS Décembre 2007
Les Nouveautés des Outils IMS Décembre 2007
Les Nouveautés des Outils IMS Décembre 2007
Les Nouveautés des Outils IMS Décembre 2007
Les Nouveautés des Outils IMS Décembre 2007
Les Nouveautés des Outils IMS Décembre 2007
Les Nouveautés des Outils IMS Décembre 2007
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  1. IMS Tools - Les Nouveautés 2H2007 IBM Software Group Les Nouveautés des Outils IMS Décembre 2007 Hélène Lyon South-Europe IMS Technical Leader helene.lyon@fr.ibm.com © 2007 IBM Corporation IBM Software Group DB2 and IMS Tools Reducing TCO is our first focus Provide autonomic features to add capability 2007: Reduce your TCO Increase your value and simplify operations Avoid tedious tasks and reduce errors Preserve your investment in z/OS applications and databases 2004 Autonomic Computing and End to End Monitoring 2000: Reduce your TCO 2003: Integration of products, new capabilities, better performance 2001-2002 Product replacements 2003- Day 1 Support © 2007 IBM Corporation helene.lyon@fr.ibm.com 1
  2. IMS Tools - Les Nouveautés 2H2007 IBM Software Group IMS Tools Product Portfolio Database Administration Performance Management IMS Library Integrity Utilities IMS Buffer Pool Analyzer IMS HALDB Conversion and Maintenance Aid IMS Performance Analyzer IMS Sequential Randomizer Generator IMS Problem Investigator IMS HD Compression- Extended Tivoli OMEGAMON XE for IMS IMS Database Repair Facility for z/OS IMS Tools Knowledge Base IMS Network Compression Facility Data Gouvernance IMS Audit Management Expert IBM Data Encryption for IMS and DB2 Application Management Databases IMS Connect Extension IMS MFS Reversal Utilities Recovery Management IMS Batch Terminal Simulator IMS DEDB Fast Recovery IMS Batch Backout Manager IMS HP Image Copy Utilities Management IMS Program Restart Facility IMS HP Change Accumulation Full Function Databases IBM Application Recovery Tool for IMS and DB2 IMS HP Unload Databases IMS HP Load IMS Database Recovery Facility IMS Index Builder TM/Online IMS Recovery Expert IMS HP Prefix Resolution System Management IMS Parallel Reorg IMS ETO Support Information Integration IMS HP Pointer Checker IMS Queue Control Facility IMS DataPropagator IMS Online Reorg Facility IMS Parameter Manager Websphere Classic Replication Server for z/OS Fast Path Databases IMS HP Sysgen Tool Websphere Classic Federation Server for z/OS IMS HP Fast Path Utilities IMS Command Control Facility Websphere Classic Data Event Publisher for Administration IMS Workload Router z/OS IMS Database Control Suite IMS Sysplex Manager © 2007 IBM Corporation IBM Software Group IMS Tools - Delivering Customer Value 2007 2006 New Tools IMS Tools Knowledge Base 2005 New Tools IMS Recovery Expert IMS Audit Management New Releases/New Function Expert 2004 New Tools IMS HALDB Conversion and New Releases/New Function Maintenance Aid IMS Sysplex Manager IMS Command Control Facility IMS HP Change Accumulation New Tools New Releases/New Function IMS Database Recovery Facility IMS Connect Extensions IBM Data Encryption for IMS IMS HP Change Accumulation IMS HP Unload IMS Connect Extensions and DB2 Databases IMS HP Fast Path Utilities IMS Queue Control Facility IMS Online Reorganization IBM Tivoli OMEGAMON XE for IMS HP Pointer Checker IMS Workload Router Facility IMS on z/OS IMS HP Sysgen Tools IMS Buffer Pool Analyzer IMS Parameter Manager IMS Database Control Suite IMS Online Reorganization IMS HP Fast Path Utilities IMS Connect Extensions Facility New Releases/New Function IMS Index Builder IMS HP Fast Path Utilities IMS Parallel Reorganization IMS Connect IMS HP Image Copy IMS Performance Analyzer IMS Database Repair Facility IMS HP Sysgen Tools IMS Problem Investigator IMS HP Fast Path Utilities IMS Problem Investigator IMS Sysplex Manager IMS HP Image Copy WebSphere II Classic Event Tivoli OMEGAMON XE for IMS IMS HP Load Publisher for IMS on z/OS Continued focus on IMS Prefix Resolution WebSphere II Classic Event Publisher for VSAM WebSphere Classic Data Event lowering Publisher for z/OS IMS Parallel Reorganization WebSphere II Classic WebSphere Classic Federation customer’s TCO IMS Performance Analyzer Federation for z/OS Server for z/OS IMS Queue Control Facility and providing WebSphere Classic Replication IMS Workload Router Server for z/OS greater autonomic computing!! © 2007 IBM Corporation helene.lyon@fr.ibm.com 2
  3. IMS Tools - Les Nouveautés 2H2007 IBM Software Group Lowering TCO DBA Time = Money Reduce cost by optimizing IMS performance Is Performance Tuning a Luxury or a Necessity? Lowering the cost of Reorganizations Image Copies Recovery Converting to and managing HALDBs Complying with regulations and auditing requirements IMS Knowledge Base Future Autonomic directions © 2007 IBM Corporation IBM Software Group IMS Performance Management Tools Tools to monitor and tune IMS IMS is at the heart of the enterprise. Consequently, systems and applications to obtain when a performance issue occurs often the optimal performance and lowest cost tendency is to blame….. IMS. IMS Connect OMEGAMON XE for Extensions Monitor IMS DB System IMS Sysplex IMS Buffer Pool Applications Manager Tune and Analyzer Control Network Analyze IMS Performance Analyzer IMS Problem Investigator © 2007 IBM Corporation helene.lyon@fr.ibm.com 3
  4. IMS Tools - Les Nouveautés 2H2007 IBM Software Group OMEGAMON XE For IMS on z/OS V4.1 Real Time Monitor Historical analysis of transaction Subsystems, regions, resources, pools, response DBs, Fast path Bottlenecks and IMS resources IMS Connect, OTMA Transaction Reporting Facility (TRF) Response Time Analysis (RTA) Detailed transaction & database data – Transaction Response time by user individual transactions defined groups Suitable for performance analysis & chargeback Bottleneck Analysis Data retrieved from IMS log Workload performance and task analysis XE Snapshot Historical Operator Assist & Integrated Console Facility Snapshot historical stored in the Tivoli Data Warehouse IMS resource commands Exceptions & Alerts Integrated alert/automation in the TEP © 2007 IBM Corporation IBM Software Group Monitor And Analyze IMS Subsystem Performance Click to navigate to various IMS resource displays Use OMEGAMON XE for IMS and the TEP to monitor critical IMS resources © 2007 IBM Corporation helene.lyon@fr.ibm.com 4
  5. IMS Tools - Les Nouveautés 2H2007 IBM Software Group IMS Performance Analyzer A comprehensive batch performance monitor to analyze, report on, and thereby improve your IMS Performance Information on IMS system performance for Tuning Capacity Planning Management Reporting Reporting on IMS through ISPF dialog or batch commands Support for IMS versions 8, 9, and 10 Shared Queue support - merges logs to produce end to end transaction response times Fast Path reporting for log and monitor Combined TCP/IP + IMS reporting with IMS Connect Extensions IMS PA V4.1 reports from TRF Extractor output records with APAR PK43823 New Integration © 2007 IBM Corporation IBM Software Group IMS PA - Provide insight into TRF Extractor records for BMP, DBD, DB2, DLI, FP IPIRSMNU Report Set - TRFDFLT Line 1 of 12 Command ===> Scroll ===> PAGE This report, in List and Description . . . OMEGAMON TRF Basics Enter "/" to select action. Summary forms, provides ** Reports ** Active statistics on calls to DB2 - Options TRF Global Yes Yes subsystems - Database Usage Reports Yes DLI Call List No DLI Call Summary No DB2 Call List DB2 Call Summary Yes Yes TRF Report Set - Message Queue Reports (Form-based) Yes List No Summary Yes - Trace Reports Yes Record Trace Yes ** End of Reports ** IMS Performance Analyzer 4.1 OMEGAMON TRF DB2 Call List __________________________ Extractor output from 23May2007 10.40.50.8 Page 1 DB2 Call Total Average Minimum Maximum Recovery Time Trancode Program PST SSID Count Elapsed Elapsed Elapsed Elapsed Token __________ ________ ________ ___ ____ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ _____________ 10.40.50.8 DSN8CS DSN8IC0 2 DB2P 21 0.371054 0.017669 0.000105 0.164244 I9DE/00000004 10.41.21.2 DSN8CS DSN8IC0 2 DB2P 2 0.018570 0.009285 0.000683 0.017887 I9DE/00000006 10.41.42.9 DSN8PS DSN8IP0 2 DB2P 22 0.107009 0.004864 0.000104 0.039592 I9DE/00000008 OMEGAMON TRF DB2 Call Summary _____________________________ Extractor output from 23May2007 10.40.50.8 to 23May2007 10.41.42.9 Page 2 Call Total Average Minimum Maximum Calls per Calls per Trancode Count Elapsed Elapsed Elapsed Elapsed second minute ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ __________ __________ DSN8CS 23 0.389624 0.016940 0.000105 0.164244 0.44 26.48 DSN8PS 22 0.107009 0.004864 0.000104 0.039592 0.42 25.33 Total 45 0.496633 0.011036 0.000104 0.164244 0.86 51.82 © 2007 IBM Corporation helene.lyon@fr.ibm.com 5
  6. IMS Tools - Les Nouveautés 2H2007 IBM Software Group IMS Performance Analyzer 4.1 Transaction Resource Usage IMS PA TRF Reports continued ________________________________ SUMM0001 Printed at 15:57:27 20Jul2007 Data from 14.12.04 22May2007 to 12.02.16 23May2007 Page 3 Avg Avg Avg Avg 90% 90% 90% 90% Avg Tran InputQ Process OutputQ Total InputQ Process OutputQ Total CPU Trancode - Count 4 Time Time 0 36750559 Time IMS Time 0 36750559 Time Time 0 72978168 Time IMS Time 0 72978168 Time 9 Message Queue Report CEXSCONV 8 57 22 0 79 172 36 0 204 0 CEXSNONC 1 147 17126 0 17273 147 17126 0 17273 0 Summary by trancode CEXTCONV 10 4129 327 0 4456 20599 1543 0 20851 0 CEXTNONC 7 621359 298 0 621657 2119486 1286 0 2119548 0 DSN8CS 2 11 637 0 648 13 925 0 938 26 DSN8PP 18 9 372 0 381 11 595 0 602 0 DSN8PS DSN8PT 18 15 9 8 353 272 0 0 362 280 12 10 505 367 0 0 516 376 1 0 Record trace reports IVTCV 13 17 266 0 283 62 377 0 408 0 IVTNO 13 14 60 0 74 56 265 0 320 0 format input records for IVTNV 11 9 13 0 22 16 37 0 51 0 Total 156 28156 942613 0 970770 366154 11500400 0 11529808 1 human analysis Extractor output from 22May2007 14.12.04.2 Page 4 ---- Time ----- Ty hh.mm.ss.thmiju Trancode pe _______________ ________ __ 14.12.04.200000 10 Transaction: message send/receive or program schedule/process/end Input LTERM Region type IFP Job name I9DEIFP1 Step name IFP PSB name DFSIVP4 Userid DFSIVP4 IMS name I9DE IMS version - Class - PST Id 1 CPU time 0.018767 SRB time 0.003207 Private storage below 16M 65,536 Private storage above 16M 102,400 Input message length 0 Output message length 0 Input queue time 0.000000 Program input queue time 0.0 Processing time 7.47E+02 Internal application response time 0.000000 Output queue time 0.000000 Total response time 0.000000 Pseudo-Abend/SCC/User-Abend ( / / ) VTAM input node BALG Q-count at syncpoint 0 BALG Q-time 0.000000 Time of input msg on EMHQ 0.000000 Time of output msg on EMHQ 0.000000 VSO reads from dataspace 0 VSO reads from DASD to dataspace 0 VSO updates to dataspace 0 01 UTC - 08 UTC 2007-05-22 14.12.04.226068 07 UTC 2007-05-23 10.28.13.970291 Input queue time 1 0.000000 Input queue time 2 0.000000 Program execution time 7.29E+04 CQS output time 0.000000 Local output queue time 0.000000 Output queue time 0.000000 SMF system id FTS1 Recovery token (IMSID/OASN) I9DE/00000001 Alternate CQS output time 0.000000 Alternate local output Q time 0.000000 Output messages back to in dest 0 © 2007 IBM Corporation IBM Software Group IMS Problem Investigator IMS Problem Investigator is an IMS TM and DB log analysis tool It helps you solves complex, time-consuming problems easily and inexpensively Analysis of IMS event data can help identify problematic applications and identify system performance issues Process OMEGAMON TRF records on the IMS log the same way as IMS system log records Integration New It can analyze the events collected by IMS Connect Extensions in conjunction with records in IMS OLDS and SLDS log data sets Combined graphic analysis gives an end-to-end picture of transactions View the message flow of the transaction © 2007 IBM Corporation helene.lyon@fr.ibm.com 6
  7. IMS Tools - Les Nouveautés 2H2007 IBM Software Group IMS Problem Investigator … Start of Connect transaction Start of IMS transaction Connect resumes Connect transaction ends after 0.278 seconds © 2007 IBM Corporation IBM Software Group IMS PI Processing TRF Collector records in IMS log files File Menu Edit Mode Navigate Filter Time Labels Options Help ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ BROWSE IPI000.QADATA.TCOMG007.I9DE.OMGLOG Record 00002280 More: < > Use F10/F11 to scroll left/right Command ===> ________________________________________________ Scroll ===> PAGE Forwards / Backwards . . HH.MM.SS.THMIJU Time of Day . . 09.40.32.THMIJU to view compact or expanded Code Description Date 2007-04-18 Wednesday LSN details, by time or by LSN / ---- ---------------------------------------------------------------------- __ B001 Resource Trace Region=0001 0000000000001422 S_ B021 DLI Database Trace Database=DI21PART Func=GHU 0000000000001444 __ B021 DLI Database Trace Database=DI21PART Func=REPL 0000000000001446 __ B021 DLI Database Trace Database=DI21PART Func=GHU __ B021 DLI Database Trace Database=DI21PART Func=DLET 0000000000001447 000000000000144A Enter line action “S” to __ B021 DLI Database Trace Database=DI21PART Func=ISRT 000000000000144D format a particular record File Menu Format Help ---------------------------------------------------------------------- BROWSE IPI000.QADATA.TCOMG007.I9DE.OMGLOG Record 00002314 Line 00000000 Command ===> ________________________________________________ Scroll ===> PAGE Form ===> + Use Form in Filter Format ===> STD_ ********************************* Top of data ******************************** +0004 Code . . . B021 DLI Database Trace +0064 STCK . . . C076975928B29B42 LSN . . . . 0000000000001444 Date . . . 2007-04-18 Wednesday Time . . . 09.40.46.026537.703 +0000 OMLDRECLL . . . . . . . . . . 0074 +0002 OMLDRECZZ . . . . . . . . . . 0000 +0004 OMLDRECID . . . . . . . . . . B0 OMLDSUBID.......... 21 +0006 OMLDFLAG1 . . . . . . . . . . 00 OMLDFLAG2.......... 00 +0008 OMLDRSV . . . . 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000 Press F4 to switch to +001C OMLDPSTNR . . . . . . . . . . 0001 +001E OMLDDBD . . . . 'DI21PART' OMLDCTIME . . . . . . . C076975928645402 DUMP format +0030 OMLDRTIME . . . . . . C076975928AE9802 OMLDIO . . . . 00000000 +0040 OMLDFUNC . . . 'GHU ' OMLDRCODE . . . . . . . ' ' +001E OMLDLTERM . . . . . . . . . . 'DI21PART' +0046 OMLDUSID . . . 'FUNTRM65' +0052 OMLDRKTKN . . . . . . . . . . C9F9C4C5404040400000000B00000000 +0062 OMLDEPCBT . . . . . . . . . . 00 ************************************ End of data **************************** © 2007 IBM Corporation helene.lyon@fr.ibm.com 7
  8. IMS Tools - Les Nouveautés 2H2007 IBM Software Group IMS Connect Extensions Enhances IMS Connect performance, availability & security Enhances IMS Connect availability with dynamic workload management Management of customer user exits and control of input message traffic Improves system security with flexible access control Event recording & performance monitoring features Examine the details and timing of internal IMS Connect events Unique Collects performance and accounting information for IMS Connect Feature IMS Connect internal and external transit times and latency times Exception reporting showing failures and timeouts Provides instrumentation and performance reporting for IMS Connect Creates detailed IMS Connect reports in conjunction with IMS Performance Analyzer Solves IMS Connect problems in conjunction with IMS Problem Investigator Displays IMS Connect activity and utilization in real time Enables reporting for Omegamon XE, IMS Performance Analyzer, and IMS Problem Investigator Integration © 2007 IBM Corporation IBM Software Group IMS Buffer Pool Analyzer R2 in 12/2007 Analytic capabilities to help improve IMS buffer pool utilization Determine if adding or subtracting buffers will improve the performance of a selected buffer pool Model buffer pool usage to determine I/O rates for various numbers of buffers in each pool Identify which databases most heavily use each database sub-pool Provide I/O rates and buffering requirements for a specific database to facilitate required buffer pool changes for database structure alterations Perform “what if” scenario analysis, including the impact of creating new buffer pools or changing the buffer size of a database. Visualize the impact of change—before it’s too late Benefits include also overall improvements to application performance © 2007 IBM Corporation helene.lyon@fr.ibm.com 8
  9. IMS Tools - Les Nouveautés 2H2007 IBM Software Group IMS Sysplex Manager Management of IMS in a Sysplex/IMSPlex is operationally cumbersome and challenging for IMS customers. IMS Sysplex Manager is a tool designed to help you better control the IMS environment A simple to use TSO/ISPF interface to view the IMSPlex as a single system image with aggregated data elements Providing detailed information about key IMSPlex components: datasharing structure, shared message queue structures and content, RM structure and content, all related address spaces. Operational capabilities to make users more productive: IMS type 1 and 2 command capability, IMS system level command audit trail, detailed resource views such as trans, programs, databases, dependent regions with integrated group command capabilities for immediate user response. Ability to generate and collect diagnostics from all address spaces simultaneously. Functions that enhance the base capabilities of IMSPlex support: real-time RM structure content update, shared queues browse, delete, recover Functions to allow shared queue users to create affinities for one or more IMS systems to partition workload where necessary Functions to protect from system outages: shared message queue overflow protection Automatic long-lock notification to help prevent system bottlenecks Benefits include improvements to the operations of IMS in a Sysplex © 2007 IBM Corporation IBM Software Group IMS HALDB Conversion and Maintenance Aid V3 in 03/2007 Single-step conversion to a HALDB in real time Near-Real Time conversion (no extended outage for Gen and unload/reload activity) DBDLIB conversion - creates the JCL to convert entire database description (DBD) libraries Offline Reorganization of PSINDEX databases - used offline & includes index pointer healing Easier Maintenance Merge partitions that are too small – Divide partitions that are too big Merge HALDBs - merge identical HALDB databases and used to combine user- partitioned databases into one multipartition HALDB. Delete Partition - removes the PSINDEX records of the deleted partition. Add Partition using LOAD processing - improves performance as the PSINDEX records are sorted and inserted sequentially. © 2007 IBM Corporation helene.lyon@fr.ibm.com 9
  10. IMS Tools - Les Nouveautés 2H2007 IBM Software Group Risk Management Governance Identifying, Compliance Setting objectives measuring, and knowing Executing reporting and objectives with whether or not choosing how to they have been integrity and manage risks to confidence achieved those objectives © 2007 IBM Corporation IBM Software Group Potential Costs of A Security Breach $Cost of research and recovery $Cost of notifying customers $Cost of lost customers / business $ Additional regulatory requirements and fines $Claims from trusted vendors and business partners $$$ DAMAGE TO THE BRAND © 2007 IBM Corporation helene.lyon@fr.ibm.com 10
  11. IMS Tools - Les Nouveautés 2H2007 IBM Software Group The Requirements of Regulatory Compliance Regulators have multiple goals. . . . . . which drive investment in several areas Improved risk management People: Professionals with regulatory experience will be across the enterprise hired to enable firms to meet and anticipate new regulatory requirements Integrity of financial reporting Process: More robust processes and procedures will processes and related business enable top management to monitor and enhance practices regulatory compliance Customer information security Technology: Significant investment will be made. The following are critical for your DB2 and IMS systems: Patriot Act Anti-Money Laundering •Encrypt sensitive data HIPAA SEC Rule 17A-4 •Protect sensitive production data Basel II Gramm-Leach Bliley •Save data for future audits and to comply with retention rules Corporate Information Security Accountability Act of 2003 •Auditability - discover who did what, where and California Bill 1386 Department of Defense - when Sarbanes Oxley 5015.2 © 2007 IBM Corporation IBM Software Group Enterprise Data Governance The top challenge for 43% of CFOs DB2 and IMS Audit Mgmt. Expert Consul Insight & zSecure is improving governance, controls, and risk management Enterprise Data Governance Data Server access CFO Survey: control Security Privacy state & future direction, Current Retention Audit IBM Business Consulting Services Optim for Custom Applications Optim for Siebel Optim Test Data Management Optim for JD Edwards IBM Data Encryption for IMS and Optim for Peoplesoft DB2 Optim for Oracle E-Business Optim for Amdocs © 2007 IBM Corporation helene.lyon@fr.ibm.com 11
  12. IMS Tools - Les Nouveautés 2H2007 IBM Software Group IBM Data Encryption for IMS and DB2 Databases Segment level encryption Supports all levels of IMS – with no application changes needed Exploits System z and S/390 Crypto Hardware features, which results in low overhead encryption/decryption Uses the ANSI Data Encryption Algorithm (DEA), also known as the U.S. National Institute of Science and Technology (NIST) Data Encryption Standard (DES) algorithm Supports both secure key and clear key encryption Compatible with IMS utilities and Tools Performance is similar to segment level data compression © 2007 IBM Corporation IBM Software Group Database Security The assertion Any business should know who is reading or changing their valuable information stored in their databases For the DBA Management says: “We have to audit access to tables with sensitive data, so get with the auditors and take care of it!” Now what ?? What audit information do we want? Where do we put it? How do we get reports from all of this data? What other sources of audit information is there? How do I set up enough reports to keep the Auditors busy? How much of my time will I have to spend with the Auditors? How do we get the Auditors to do this themselves? © 2007 IBM Corporation helene.lyon@fr.ibm.com 12
  13. IMS Tools - Les Nouveautés 2H2007 IBM Software Group IMS Audit Management Expert Assists a company comply with regulations Companion to DB2 Audit Management Expert V2 in 12/2007 Collects and correlates IMS data access information From IMS logs IMS does not log DB GET Changes to databases (reads) to databases! The total number of reads for User access to the IMS system via SIGNON all DB in application will be PSB and database ‘change of state’ activity in the accounting record, but there is no record of System STOP and START activity read only. From SMF Access to database data sets and image copy data sets Into a central DB2 repository Auditors use a GUI Reporting interface Provides auditors with flexible options for examining the data in the audit repository Auditors do not need mainframe access Auditors can export audit data into other applications such as Excel®. © 2007 IBM Corporation IBM Software Group IMS Audit Management Expert … z/OS IMS Audit Management Expert SERVER DB2 Audit Repository Subsystem IMS Audit Management Expert Reporting GUI IMS Audit IMS LOG Monitored Management Database Expert Monitored AGENT Database SMF LOG Monitored Databases There is one IMS Audit agent per IMS Management Expert Administrator GUI system © 2007 IBM Corporation helene.lyon@fr.ibm.com 13
  14. IMS Tools - Les Nouveautés 2H2007 IBM Software Group IMS Audit Management Expert - Reporting Facilities Robust reporting options enable auditors to view and report on data in a variety of ways Auditors can view audit data from several perspectives: Overview – View all of the subsystems currently being monitored Subsystem - View activity for a selected subsystem Detail - View details for a particular type of activity for a selected subsystem Graphical or Tabular Thresholds can be set to flag data that may need further investigation Batch Reporting IMS Audit Management Expert helps auditors answer questions like : Who updated the PAYROLL database on IMS3 in the last week? © 2007 IBM Corporation IBM Software Group IMS Audit Management Expert - Reporting Facilities © 2007 IBM Corporation helene.lyon@fr.ibm.com 14
  15. IMS Tools - Les Nouveautés 2H2007 IBM Software Group Optim Enterprise Architecture Single, scalable, interoperable EDM solution provides a central point to deploy policies to extract, store, port, and protect application data records from creation to deletion © 2007 IBM Corporation IBM Software Group Autonomics increases the value of IMS to the enterprise Ensures customers get the best value from IMS by performing all the tasks needed for: Superior database performance On Demand Reorganization Superior transaction response time Optimize key databases Monitor and adjust performance for critical transactions High availability Prevents outages by anticipating problems Fast and assured recovery Manages recovery requirements ensuring image copies are timely and available Frees resources, allowing exploitation of IMS technologies that facilitate emerging business needs TM Resource adapter, DLIModel utility, JDBC Connector, MFS Web support, SOAP Gateway, XML DB © 2007 IBM Corporation helene.lyon@fr.ibm.com 15
  16. IMS Tools - Les Nouveautés 2H2007 IBM Software Group IMS Autonomic Tools Strategy Problem Phase 1 – Output Repository determination 1 Phase 2 – Conditional Execution 2 Problem prediction Phase 3 – Passive Autonomics 3 Phase 4 – Active Autonomics Problem 4 avoidance © 2007 IBM Corporation IBM Software Group IMS Knowledge Base A platform to share information amongst tools Workbench transforms islands of data into an information resource Common report repository and viewing interface Imposed synergy A pathway to autonomics Smart products Requested actions are conditioned on customer defined requirements, i.e. policy driven Problem avoidance and Autonomics Automatic monitoring and analysis of application databases Automatic scheduling and management of corrective actions © 2007 IBM Corporation helene.lyon@fr.ibm.com 16
  17. IMS Tools - Les Nouveautés 2H2007 IBM Software Group IMS Tools Knowledge Base V1 V1 in 6/2007 Enhancing the user experience with IMS Tools Single source Where is my report? Easy to use search capabilities Find, Filter, Time Ranges History for analysis What did Space Monitor report the last time I ran it against this database? Last month? Six months ago? History of actions Did I run Pointer Checker against this database recently? Did my co-worker? Was this database Reorganized last month? Turning islands of data into useful information! © 2007 IBM Corporation IBM Software Group Administration Help SERVER: PRODITKB Primary Option Menu ITKB V.R.MM Select an option or press End to exit. *Knowledge Base Server Name. . .:________ Recon ID . . . . . . . . . . . :________ Display Database Report Output 1. List of Databases with Reports 2. List of DDnames with Reports 3. List of Report Jobs 4. List of Reports Titles 5. List of Products 6 List My Reports . . . ________ 7. List Reports using Selection Criteria 8 List of recently viewed Reports 9. Display list of all Reports Available © 2007 IBM Corporation helene.lyon@fr.ibm.com 17
  18. IMS Tools - Les Nouveautés 2H2007 IBM Software Group Help SERVER: PRODITKB Report Selection Criteria ITKB V.R.MM Type criteria for reports, then press Enter to see selected reports or press End to exit. Commands: SAVE setname, RETRIEVE setname, CLEAR Recon ID . . . . . ________ Recon1 Name . . . . _________________________ IMS ID . . . . . ________ User defined search Database DBD Name . ________ Partition or Area . ________ criteria with the ability Database DD Name . ________ to save filters… DBRC Group Name . . ________ “My Boss’ Report” ITKB Group Name . . ________ Product Name(S) . . _______________ Product Name(L) . . ____________________________________________ Report Title(S) . . ____________________________________________ Report Title(L) . . ____________________________________________ Report Type . . . . ________ User ID . . . . . . ________ Z/OS SYSID . . . . ________ Job Name . . . . . ________ Step Name . . . . . ________ Job Number . . . . ________ Date and Time Range _ (Job , Step, Report) Start Date . . . . __________ Time . . __________ End Date . . . . .__________ Time . . __________ History . . . . . . _ (Y/N) © 2007 IBM Corporation IBM Software Group Looking Forward – Autonomic Management of IMS The IMS Tools Knowledge Base is going to evolve from a pure report output repository in the beginning to a full autonomic solution in the end. 2009 2009 2008 2008 • Proactive Systems Management 7 200 7 200 • Policies • Resource analysis - Options to avoid problems - Requirements •Sensor data • Decision Making •Environmental data • Report Output •Options Repository © 2007 IBM Corporation helene.lyon@fr.ibm.com 18
  19. IMS Tools - Les Nouveautés 2H2007 IBM Software Group IMS Recovery Expert (IMS RE) Version 1 V1 in 12/2007 A new MS Tools that provides features to ensure that the IMS database environment is recoverable Does not perform the actual database recovery IMS Database Recovery Facility (DRF) is the recommended tool for performing IMS database recoveries Provides six unique features 6 separate features Recovery Point Creation (RPCR) Create clean recovery points Recovery Point Identification (RPID) Locate existing recovery points Verify Recovery Assets (VERIFY) RECON Data Set Cleanup (RCU) Identify problems which may affect recoveries IMS Command Interface (IMSCMD) Health Checker (HCHECK) Verify needed recovery assets And in addition Condition RECON data sets for disaster recovery RECON Copy (RECONCOPY) Issue IMS commands via batch Database List (DBLIST) Requires the use of IMS Tools Knowledge Base (ITKB) IMS Tools Online System Interface (TOSI) IMS Tools Generic Partner Exit (GPR) © 2007 IBM Corporation IBM Software Group IMS Recovery Expert (IMS RE) Version 1 … Components IMS Recovery Expert Batch Job Job is control card driven to indicate which features are performed IMS Tools Knowledge Base Server (ITKBSRVR) ITKB is required! An ITKB server must be active in order for any IMS RE job to execute IMS Control Region (IMS CR) IMS RE has a presence in the IMS CR for pausing CICS/ODBA threads and is established via the IMS Partner Exit (DFSPPUE0) IMS RE also uses TOSI which also establishes a presence using DFSPPUE0 Batch Message Processing Region (BMP) IMS RE requires a presence in any BMPs for pausing them at checkpoint time when the Recovery Point Create (RPCR) feature is executing © 2007 IBM Corporation helene.lyon@fr.ibm.com 19
  20. IMS Tools - Les Nouveautés 2H2007 IBM Software Group IMS Recovery Expert Supporting Features 1/4 Recovery Point Creation (RPCR) Recovery Point Identification (RPID) Provide the ability to create recovery points for Interrogate information in the RECON to one or more databases identify recovery points and/or recovery time The customer will have the option of having spans to which one or more databases can be databases /DBR’d or /DBD’d recovered Databases will be restarted only on those Identifies recovery time spans individually and systems which they were started before the common to all databases specified process Future enhancement: Will optionally read Optionally provide a synchronized log switch archived logs (SLDS) to identify points in which across all IMS systems in the environment the database is allocated but no updates are being performed Feature uses the IMS Tools Online System Interface which provides synchronous /DBR and /DBD commands Provides IMS region controller (DFSRRC00) front-end for pausing BMPs at checkpoint. Also works with Program Restart Facility (PRF) for pausing BMPs at checkpoint, if present Provides CICS/ODBA intercept which will ‘pause’ APSB (allocate PSB) requests when needed © 2007 IBM Corporation IBM Software Group IMS Recovery Expert Supporting Features 2/4 Identification and Verification of RECON Data Set Cleanup (RCU) Recovery Assets (VERIFY) Required for disaster recovery Interrogate information in the RECON to environment identify the assets (logs, change At the disaster recovery site, the RECON accums, image copies, etc…) which are data sets must be conditioned to match required to recover one or more the recovery environment databases The following RECON records are Once identified, processing options allow affected: for: Data set allocation Listing of recovery assets (default, always Log data sets done) PRILOG record Verification that the recovery asset is cataloged Image copies (beyond the recovery timestamp) Allocation and opening of the file to ensure data set is usable Change accumulation Database reorganization System (IMSid) © 2007 IBM Corporation helene.lyon@fr.ibm.com 20
  21. IMS Tools - Les Nouveautés 2H2007 IBM Software Group IMS Recovery Expert Supporting Features 3/4 Health Checker (HCHECK) IMS Command Interface (IMSCMD) Interrogate IMS database information Utilizes the IMS Tools Online System looking for potential problems relating to Interface to provide a batch IMS the recoverability of the environment Command interface Utilize information from the RECON data Allows any type-1 IMS command sets and the catalog supported through an AO application Currently includes a list of over 20 items Output from commands displayed in the that can be checked report file More items will be added based on Provides three levels of security: customer requirements Same-as IMS Future enhancement will save error Application class conditions in the repository and None autonomic processes will take action to correct the problems identified © 2007 IBM Corporation IBM Software Group IMS Recovery Expert Supporting Features 4/4 RECON Copy (RECONCOPY) Database List (DBLIST) This feature creates a copy of the live Most IMS RE features require the RECON data sets prior to the IMS RE customer to specify which databases, feature executing database data sets, areas and/or The IMS RE feature will access the partitions are to be processed RECON copy data sets instead of the DBLIST allows the customer to specify live RECON data sets one or more databases, database data This feature eliminates the impact of IMS sets, fast path areas, HALDB partitions, RE processing on production workloads RECON DBDS groups, RECON Change Accumulation groups, or RECON RECONCOPY is valid for all features Recovery groups except for RPCR and IMSCMD IMS RE pre-processes the list by using RECONCOPY is required for RCU the DBRC Application Programming RECON copies can be deleted at job Interface (DSPAPI) to access information step termination or left allocated and in the RECON data sets cataloged DBLIST entries are validated, expanded and passed to other IMS RE features All entries in the DBLIST must be defined to the RECON data sets © 2007 IBM Corporation helene.lyon@fr.ibm.com 21
  22. IMS Tools - Les Nouveautés 2H2007 IBM Software Group IMS Tools Summary Continue to add frequent value to all our products Investment is strong Continue to Integrate Solutions Proven record of delivering your requirements Day one support for new versions of IMS A future vision Focus on automation and autonomics Committed to your success We look forward to continuing our work with you © 2007 IBM Corporation IBM Software Group © 2007 IBM Corporation helene.lyon@fr.ibm.com 22

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