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  • 1. Tivoli OMEGAMON XE on Z/VM and Linux Wayne Bucek Tivoli Consulting IT Specialist [email_address]

2. Agenda

  • Background
  • Integrated Monitoring
    • Why ?
    • A monitoring infrastructure
  • Workspaces
  • New Features
  • Demo

3. In the Beginning . In the Beginning. Whenwasthe beginning? 4. OMEGAMON for z/VM 5000 foot View CP Control Blocks Application Data VM Events *MONITOR System Service MONDCSS Segment VCollect Utility 3270 OMEGAMON Classic IUCV 5. OMEGAMON XE on z/VM and Linux

  • Provides performance monitoring for z/VM and Linux guests
  • Linux agents gather performance data from Linux guests
  • z/VM agent gathers performance data from z/VM
    • Uses IBM Performance Toolkit for VM as its data source
  • Executes automated actions in response to defined events or situations

6. CP Control Blocks Application Data VM Events *MONITOR System Service MONDCSS Segment MONWRITE Utility Performance Toolkit Raw Monwrite History Files TCP/IP Network DCSS SEGOUT LINUX Guest 3270 Browser OMEGAMON XE VMRM TEMS VM Agent OMEGAMON XE Agent Overview - 5,000 Foot View 7. ScenarioSystem Running Slowly System is runningslowly. Check workload workspace to see if any particular user ishogging the CPU. 8. Intuitive Built-in Navigation Predefined Link to take You directly To the Process workspace 9. Identify Hi CPU Consumers See if there is a process which is using too much CPU 10. Kill the offending workload You can issue a Take Action command to stop the offending process 11. 12. End to End Management from Tivoli System Automation for z/OS 3.1 Composite Application Manager for R.T. Tracking V6.1 NetView on z/OS v5.2 IBM Tivoli Monitoring v6.21 OMEGAMON XE on z/VM & Linux v4.1.2 OMEGAMON XE for IMS v4.1.0 Composite Application Manager for WebSphere V6.1 Composite Application Manager for SOA V6.1 Workload Scheduler for z/OS 8.3 OMEGAMON XE for DB2 PE/PM v4.1.0 OMEGAMON XE for Storage v4.1.0 OMEGAMON XE for MF Networks v4.1.0 OMEGAMON XE for CICSv4.1.0 OMEGAMON XE on z/OS v4.1.0 IBM Tivoli Business Service Mgmt v4.2 IBM Tivoli Service Level Adv v2.1 Executive Dashboard Service Level Reporting 13. Application View 14. Tivoli Enterprise Portal Fully Customizable GUI Intelligent Linking PersonalizedViews Easy to use Browser controls Persistent customizedworkspaces View Zoom Selectable Chart Options Splitter controls Navigation Tree 15. OMEGAMON XE Architecture Overview Warehouse TEP Browser or Desktop Monitoring Infrastructure Remote TEMS Key: TEP Tivoli Enterprise Portal TEPS Tivoli Enterprise Portal Server TDW Tivoli Data Warehouse TEMS Tivoli Enterprise Monitoring Server TEMA Tivoli Enterprise Monitoring Agent Local Cache Agents TEMS Hub TEPS TEPS DB TEMS Data (Built in operational DB) TEMS Data Local Cache Agents 16. z/VM Systems default workspace 17. Available Performance Metrics

  • z/VM
  • z/VM Linux Default Workspace
  • PAGING and SPOOLING Utilization
  • DASD
  • LPAR Utilization
  • NETWORK Utilization(Hiper Socket and Virtual Switch)
  • REAL STORAGE Utilization
  • TCPIP Utilization Server
  • TCPIP Utilization Users
  • SYSTEM Utilization
  • System Terminal Workspace
  • Workload (z/VM User ID) Activity
  • Linux Workload Workspace
  • ApplData Workspace
  • Linux
  • Linux OS
  • Capacity Usage
  • Disk Usage
  • File Information
  • Network
  • Process
  • System Information
  • Users

18. LPAR Utilization (z/VM) 19. SYSTEM Utilization (z/VM) 20. WORKLOAD (z/VM User ID) Activity 21. System Information (Linux) 22. Processes (Linux) 23. Automation Using Situations

  • Situations alert when thresholds are exceeded
    • Each condition compares a user-specified value against attribute data collected from managed systems
  • Each situation may examine the values of one or more attributes
  • If all conditions are met, the situation evaluates to true and an alert indicator icon appears on the TEP to let you know that a problem exists
  • When you create a situation, you can also specify recommended actions (Expert Advice) and/or automated responses to take place when the situation becomes true (Take Action)
  • Each management agent comes with a set of pre-defined situations that start running as soon as the management agent is connected

24. Event Management Workspace Initial Cause Current State Expert Advice Take action to fix the problem 25. Situation Editor Initial Cause Current State Expert Advice Take action to fix the problem 26. New and Modified WorkspacesV4.1.2

  • Default z/VM Systems
  • Default z/VM Linux Systems (modified)
  • DASD Workspaces
    • DASD Cache
    • DASD Control Unit Cache
    • Virtual Disks
  • System Workspaces
    • Spin Locks
  • Processor Data
  • Enhanced Virtual Switch Data (modified)

27. Virtual Switch Performance25 New Attributes 28. New Tivoli Common Reporting (TCR)

  • TCR reports available on the OPAL website
    • http://www-18.lotus.com/wps/portal/topal
  • What is TCR?
    • Tivoli Common Reporting
    • Consistent approach to viewing and administering reports
    • Built on top of open source reporting tool called: BIRT
    • Flexible development environment (Eclipse based) for creating report definitions
    • Five templates provided for download
    • Taking suggestions for more

29. Sample Reports Available

  • z/VM VM System CPU Utilization
  • z/VM VM System Paging Utilization
  • z/VM Linux System CPU Utilization
  • z/VM VM System CP-Owned Device Utilization
  • z/VM VM System TCP Server Statistics

30. 31. Summary OMEGAMON XE on z/VM and Linux

  • Part of the IBM Tivoli and OMEGAMON family of products
  • Specific focus on performance of z/VM and Linux guests
  • Breadth and depth of available metrics
  • Single workstation to view alerts and perform situational analysis
  • Automated actions in response to defined events
  • Continued investment and enhancement

32. Scaling an Application in a Virtualized Environment OMEGAMON product demonstration 33. Scaling an Application in a Virtualized Environment z/VM Perf. ToolKit Tivoli Management Services z/VM/CP CMD (Guest) VM TEMA Linux (Guest) Linux TEMA Ops Mgr Linux (ESMTS105) Linux TEMA MQ TEMA ITCAM TEMA Linux (ESMTS112) Linux TEMA MQ TEMA ITCAM TEMA 34. Scaling an Application in a Virtualized EnvironmentSummary

  • OMEGAMON monitoring an Enterprise Application
  • Dashboard displays health of application and system
  • Proactive monitoring of response and queues
  • Policy Automation to dynamically add a linux server
  • Observed the response problem has been corrected

35. Safeguarding the System in a Virtualized Environment OMEGAMON product demonstration 36. Safeguarding the System in a Virtualized Environment Tivoli Management Services Linux ( SLESA107 ) Linux TEMA Hog z/VM/CP PTK CMD (Guest) VM TEMA Linux (Guest) Linux TEMA Ops Mgr 37. Safeguarding the System in a Virtualized EnvironmentSummary

  • OMEGAMON monitoring system performance
  • A single workload Hog is identified via Situation
  • Take Action integration to Operations Manager
  • Operations Manager issues Set Share CP command
  • System is preserved, processing continues while application owner determineIFthe app has a bug