4Introducing CA SYSVIEW Base Productz/OSJES2USSParallel SysplexWorkload ManagerSystem Condition MonitorGraphical User InterfaceCICS OptionIMS OptionTCP/IP OptionWebSphere MQ OptionCA-Datacom OptionEvent Capture Option
5Data Collection and Monitoring Environmentally friendlyLow resource usageTypically 3 - 5%Customized collection levelsUser-defined exceptionsThresholdsStatesAlerting and actionsCentral exception alertsLog for eventsIssue warningTrigger REXX execCA Common ServicesCA OPS/MVS Event Management and AutomationSend SNMP trapThe infrastructure of CA-SYSVIEW has been designed to consume very few resources. In fact, in most sites, it consumes less than 1% of CPU. Staff can define what information they want to collect, and how often. The performance metrics displayed can be set for warning and critical levels for monitoring the desired state of your OS/390 resources.
7CICS Monitoring Overall health summary of all CICS regions Session #:TitleCICS MonitoringOverall health summary of all CICS regionsFull support for all IBM supported releasesOne product to install and maintainSingle point of control for all CICS regionsDoes not use CICS resourcesCICS Status, Storage, Resource, Historical information
8CICS Resource Monitoring Global user exitsFilesJournals/LogsKernel tasksLSR poolsProgramsSITMRO/ISC linksTransaction classesTransient dataTerminalsTimersTransactionsVSAM files
9CICS Status Active and suspended tasks Degradation wait analysis CICS domainsDump statisticsConnectionsEnqueues and enqueue poolsAutomatic initiate descriptors (AIDS)Interval control elements (ICE)
12CICS Storage Dynamic Storage Areas (DSAs) Subspace areas ExtentsSubpoolsElementsSubspace areasTransaction isolationTemporary storageCICS storage types monitored
13Dynamic Storage AreasWithin this display, users can identify if a region is running short on storage. It includes management functions to help you free storage.
14CICS Historical System interval analysis Detailed transaction log Transaction interval summaryException logLog historical records to SMFFor historical CICS information, you can see information that hit exception levels, log our 255 recirds, and look into the detail of those records online. .
15Transaction Log Detail Another page down, and you find information about the programs used, the file names,
16CICS Toolkit Resource management functions Automated response time managementTransaction cancellation at shutdownDFHTM1781 CICS shutdown cannot completeCICS dump managementSuppression policiesCICS SMF 110 record suppressionSuppress records by transaction ID
18Integration Example – CA OPS/MVS CA OPS/MVS® Event Management and AutomationDirect interface between productsInitiate automated actions before performance or service levels have been impactedPerformance alertsPerformance data collected and correlatedTake corrective actionsInclude powerful CA SYSVIEW commands as part of the automated response
20Enhancements Some r12 Highlights CICS Highlights CA Vantage GMI Session #:TitleEnhancementsSome r12 HighlightsCA Vantage GMIPersistent Data StoreAudit EventsCICS Highlights
21CA Vantage GMI Component Session #:TitleCA Vantage GMI ComponentGraphical User Interface (GUI)Design as a extension to existing User InterfacesInitial delivery is windows baseCA Vantage GMI Servers to performDisplayFilterSortGraph………
24Persistent Data Store of Product Settings Session #:TitlePersistent Data Store of Product SettingsThe CA SYSVIEW persistent data store is a mechanism that allows dynamic updates to be saved or hardened. Data can be saved and retrieved from the persistent data store. The persistent data store is a new CA SYSVIEW facility that preserves changes to data objects across multiple executions of CA SYSVIEW and across an operating system IPL.This environment lets you do the followingRoll out product settings across multiple instances of CA SYSVIEW running in the same system or within the same SYSPLEX.Maintain data objects that contain various types of data collection, statistics, and configuration options that control the operation of the product.Save, retrieve, and copy the data from the persistent data store.
25Session #:TitleAudit EventEvents occurring within CA SYSVIEW that change resources. The Audit Event can view and control the historical audit activities.When an Audit Event occurs, you can do the following:Write record to SMF recording the eventWrite record to logstream recording the eventNotify CA OPS/MVS of the eventIssue a WTO message recording the event
26r12 CICS Changes CICS Dynamic Library Definition Session #:Titler12 CICS ChangesCICS Dynamic Library DefinitionDFHRPL dynamic allocation with CICS 3.2The following DDNAMES are no longer needed in the CICS region’s JCLXPFCPARMXPFCLOGXPFCDUMP (no longer used)