Tuesday, October 14th, 2014 @ 12:00pm ET
Work management is essential for establishing an efficient, run-time environment on IBM i. Jobs that use the system are controlled by settings that you can specify, but the art form is losing out to system defaults.
Here’s your chance to give your system performance the edge with smart management. Join IBM i experts Chuck Stupca and Chuck Losinski as they discuss key aspects of work management, including:
- Allocating main storage (memory) to jobs
- Assigning jobs to the proper memory pools
- Prioritizing jobs
- Monitoring job performance once they are in the system
You’ll also learn about monitoring and notification tools available from Robot.
Register today to get a better understanding of why jobs end up where they do and what you can do to control where they go to optimize system resources.
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Chuck Stupca worked for IBM in Rochester, MN for 43 ½ years before retiring at the end of 2011. Prior to his retirement, Chuck worked with high availability solutions using independent disk pools. In his assignment he developed courseware that helped customers implement independent disk pool solutions. Chuck was a frequent speaker at COMMON and IBM conferences.
Chuck Losinski is Director of Automation Technology for the Robot product line. He has more than 25 years of experience with IBM i systems. Chuck’s background includes system implementation, programming, operations, and support. He is certified as an IBM System Administrator and has helped customers automate business applications from InFor, JDE Enterprise One, HBOC, RxClaim, Infinium, Jack Henry, and more.