by Angela Guess
A new press release states, “ASG Technologies, a trusted provider of proven solutions for information access, management and control for the world’s top enterprises, today announced ASG-TMON Performance Analyzer (TMON PA) 11.0 to help organizations better manage IT resource performance and costs while intelligently planning for the future. In addition to enhanced reporting and analysis for physical and virtual infrastructures, ASG-TMON PA simplifies SysPlex data collection by automating and summarizing detailed performance data from TMON z/OS, CICS and DB2 monitors for reliable forecasting and capacity planning. As a result, executive and IT decision-makers have the insights needed to accurately track and optimize resource use, control costs, improve service availability and effectively predict and plan for future IT infrastructure resource needs.”
The release goes on, “Today, most enterprise IT professionals lack visibility into how IT resources are used. Disparate, silo-based tools create gaps in infrastructure coverage and data collection, resulting in a limited understanding of resource utilization and difficulty collaborating and making informed decisions across teams. Consequently, organizations face unplanned, costly capital expenditures and/or overprovisioning and find it challenging to relate resource utilization to business growth – ultimately impacting operational efficiency and financial performance.”
It continues, “ASG-TMON Performance Analyzer addresses these problems by using TMON performance monitors and other interfaces to collect and centrally store data from multiple technology platforms including Windows, Unix, Linux and z/Architecture environments. By integrating ASG’s renowned capacity planning and performance monitoring capabilities, ASG-TMON PA gives enterprises a single, consistent view of the data – enabling cross-team collaboration around IT resource management and capacity planning. This empowers companies to improve IT system and business application availability while controlling costs.”
Read more at Business Wire.
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