Sampling Techdocs – February-April 2012

Source: Mainframe Watch Belgium

It''s been a while, but here I am again with another overview of interesting TechDocs documents I came across while browsing through the latest publications. If you''re completely unfamiliar to Techdocs, here''s an introduction to it. I''ve tried to group them a bit.

Let''s start with XIV
Here are some documents on Oracle and Oracle consolidation
  • Presentation : Oracle Technology List of Redbooks
    Nice list of RedBooks on Oracle consolidation. Examples : Experiences with Oracle Database 10g on Linux for zSeries, Experiences with Oracle 10gR2 Solutions on Linux for System z, but there are more. Do have a look ! And very similar to this, there''s also a List of White Papers on Oracle.
But there''s more
  • Presentations : z/OS Performance HOT Topics Presentation
    This is a share presentation from the Share Winter 2012 Conference in Atlanta. "This session at the Atlanta SHARE covered the latest performance and capacity planning information for System z and z/OS". There are of course a lot more Share presentations, but you know where to find those.
  • Workshop materials : zEnterprise zManager Workshop
    I''ve mentioned this one before, but apparantly the materials have been updated : This is the material from one of the WildfireWorkshops on System z Unified Resource Manager. It''s mainly the presentations of course (with or without the speaker notes). Topics covered are : Introduction&Overview, Platform Performance Management and usage scenarios.
Well that''s it for now. And, as I always say : just check them out !

Marc Wambeke, one of our experts, regularly blogs at Mainframe Watch Belgium.

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