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Harnessing the Power of ProtecTIER and Tivoli Storage Manager

Harnessing the Power of ProtecTIER and Tivoli Storage Manager

By: Karen Orlando; Dennis Huff; Adriana Pellegrini Furnielis

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 27-JUN-2014

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This IBM® Redbooks® publication will help you install, tailor, and configure IBM ProtecTIER® products with IBM Tivoli® Storage Manager to harness the performance and the power of the two products working together as a data protection solution. This book goes beyond the preferred practices of each product and provides in-depth explanations of each of the items that are configurable, and the underlying reasons behind the suggestions. This book provides enough detailed information to allow an administrator to make the correct choices about which methods to use when implementing both products...

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IBM Tivoli Storage Productivity Center for Replication for System z

IBM Tivoli Storage Productivity Center for Replication for System z

By: Mary Lovelace; Jose Dovidauskas; William Rooney; Robert Tondini

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 06-MAY-2014

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IBM® Tivoli® Storage Productivity Center for Replication provides support for the advanced copy services capabilities on the DS8000® and DS6000™, in addition to the support for SAN Volume Controller. This support focuses on automating administration and configuration of these services, operational control (starting, suspending, resuming) copy services tasks, and monitoring and managing the copy services sessions. In addition to the support for FlashCopy® and Metro Mirror, Tivoli Storage Productivity Center for Replication supports Global Mirror on the DS8000, and SAN Volume hardware...

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Tivoli Integration Scenarios

Tivoli Integration Scenarios

By: Redbooks Tivoli Integration Scenarios Team IBM; Andre Ricardo Cavalcanti de Araujo; Antonio Orlando Neto; Ayron Dal Pont; Bill J Layne; Bruno Caiado Paranhos Carneiro; Bruno Nogueira Costa; Carlos Alexandre Salgado Penante; Carlos Felipe Franca da Fonseca; Carolina Escribano Sanchez; Datta S Khot; David Kwock; David Stephenson; Diogo Tadeu Silva de Araujo; Douglas Barranqueiros Gomes; Eravimangalath P Naveen; Krishnan Venkitasubramanian; Leucir Marin Junior; Harshini Mariswamy; Johan Raeymaeckers; Marcel Dubiella Ferreira de Oliveira; Marcel Laurenz; Marianne Hardh; Mario Schuerewegen; Miguel Sanders; Murat Kipel; Rishikesh Kumar; Neetha Mangalore; Ozgun Odabasi; Pankaj Pandey; Rafael Risso Moleiro; Sabri Kizanlik; Sandy Cash; Soumyadeep Paul; Tomasz Sekman; Vasfi Gucer; Yatresh K Agarwal

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 11-JAN-2011

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This IBM® Redbooks® publication provides a broad view of how Tivoli® system management products work together in several common scenarios. You must achieve seamless integration for operations personnel to work with the solution. This integration is necessary to ensure that the product can be used easily by the users. Product integration contains multiple dimensions, such as security, navigation, data and task integrations. Within the context of the scenarios in this book, you see examples of these integrations. The scenarios implemented in this book are largely based on the input from the...

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Tivoli Storage Productivity Center for Replication for Open Systems

Tivoli Storage Productivity Center for Replication for Open Systems

By: Karen Orlando; Otavio Rocha Filho; Danijel Paulin; Antonio Rainero; Deborah Sparks

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 23-JAN-2014

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This IBM® Redbooks® publication for the Tivoli® Storage Productivity Center for Replication for the Open environment walks you through the process of establishing sessions, and managing and monitoring copy services through Tivoli Storage Productivity Center for Replication. The book introduces enhanced copy services and new session types that are used by the latest IBM storage systems. Tips and guidance for session usage, tunable parameters, troubleshooting, and for implementing and managing Tivoli Storage Productivity Center for Replication’s latest functionality up to v5.2 also are...

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SAN Storage Performance Management Using Tivoli Storage Productivity Center

SAN Storage Performance Management Using Tivoli Storage Productivity Center

By: Karen Orlando; Daniel Frueh; Paolo D'Angelo; Lloyd Dean

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 08-SEP-2011

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IBM Tivoli® Storage Productivity Center is an ideal tool for performing storage management reporting, because it uses industry standards for cross vendor compliance, and it can provide reports based on views from all application servers, all Fibre Channel fabric devices, and storage subsystems from different vendors, both physical and virtual. This IBM® Redbooks® publication is intended for experienced storage managers who want to provide detailed performance reports to satisfy their business requirements. The focus of this book is to use the reports provided by Tivoli Storage...

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Deployment Guide Series: Tivoli Continuous Data Protection for Files

Deployment Guide Series: Tivoli Continuous Data Protection for Files

By: Vasfi Gucer; Wolfgang Beuttler; Jennifer Shaw

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 18-MAY-2006

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Tivoli Continuous Data Protection for Files is specifically targeted at end user computers, such as mobile computers and workstations, as well as file servers. It provides continuous data protection of files, providing the highest level of protection possible, yet is simple to use and administer. When files change, Tivoli Continuous Data Protection for Files will make up to three copies of the file (or queue copies to be made later). This IBM Redbooks publication presents a deployment guide for Tivoli Continuous Data Protection for Files. We cover planning, installing, and...

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Enterprise Business Portals with IBM Tivoli Access Manager

Enterprise Business Portals with IBM Tivoli Access Manager

By: Axel Buecker; Chris Eric Friell; Armando Lemos; Rick McCarty; Jani Perttila; Dieter Riexinger; Andreas Schmengler

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 12-SEP-2002

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Mastering the IBM Tivoli Access Manager is the most important factor for successfully deploying contemporary e-business solutions. Access Manager is the key element in an e-business security framework that needs thorough understanding to achieve maximum security, functionality, and performance. Based on expandable security policies for users, groups, and protected resources, the Tivoli Access Manager manages the authentication and authorization to application servers, Web sites, and virtually any other resource that requires protection, including custom-written applications. This IBM...

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Introducing IBM Tivoli License Manager

Introducing IBM Tivoli License Manager

By: Edson Manoel; John Aronis; Ron Falciani; Sebastien Fardel; Aniruddha Parnaik

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 12-MAR-2003

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IBM Tivoli License Manager is a new IBM product that fills a growing need to reconcile software licenses that are already in use in an organization, with the licenses owned by the organization. It offers a technical way to control and apply the software vendors’ pre-defined licensing policies. It allows the Administrator to easily manage different products in different ways, reflecting the rules of each products license agreement. The primary objective of this IBM Redbooks publication is to introduce the new IBM offering for designing and creating a license management solution, and it is...

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Enterprise Business Portals II with IBM Tivoli Access Manager

Enterprise Business Portals II with IBM Tivoli Access Manager

By: Axel Buecker; Jesper Antonius; Dieter Riexinger; Frank Sommer; Atsushi Sumida

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 26-MAR-2003

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Mastering IBM Tivoli Access Manager is a very important factor in successfully deploying contemporary e-business solutions. Access Manager is the key element in an e-business security framework that needs thorough understanding to achieve maximum security, functionality, and performance. Based on expandable security policies for users, groups, and protected resources, Tivoli Access Manager manages authentication and authorization for application servers, Web sites, and virtually any other resource that requires protection, including custom-written applications. This IBM Redbooks publication...

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Tivoli Business Systems Manager V2.1 End-to-end Business Impact Management

Tivoli Business Systems Manager V2.1 End-to-end Business Impact Management

By: Budi Darmawan; Alessio D'Amico; Cedric Foo; Peter Glasmacher; Stephen Nosbisch; Samson Yiu

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 05-MAY-2003

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This IBM Redbooks publication gives a broad understanding of the IBM Tivoli Business Systems Manager architecture and internals. The in-depth discussion covers the product’s inner workings and includes log files to illustrate the processing of its various components. IBM Tivoli Business Systems Manager is designed to display all aspects of the enterprise’s IT system as they affect the users’ business systems. This book enables easy implementation of IBM Tivoli Business Systems Manager in distributed environments. Procedures are illustrated with examples of the installation and configuration...

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IBM Tivoli Web Access for Information Management

IBM Tivoli Web Access for Information Management

By: Don Miller; Mimi Michelet; Michael Bacon; Maryann Goldman; Rollin Hippler; Pete Louis; Tom Shultz; Buck Stearns

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 08-APR-2003

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IBM Tivoli Web Access for Information Management is a sophisticated Web application that combines the power of Information Management for z/OS with the flexibility and usability of a Web browser to enable customers to manage their business environments from the Web. A drop-in problem and change management solution designed for help desk, developer, manager, and end user personnel is provided, along with a toolkit for customization support. Also included with the toolkit are administrative tasks that allow you to manage your application from the Web. Web Access supports e-mail and pager...

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PDA Management with IBM Tivoli Configuration Manager

PDA Management with IBM Tivoli Configuration Manager

By: Edson Manoel; Zoltan Veress; Szabolcs Barabas

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 06-MAY-2003

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IBM Tivoli Configuration Manager 4.2 was launched in October 2002. Along with many new functional and performance features, it includes an enhanced Web-based device management capability, called Tivoli Web Gateway, running on top of IBM WebSphere Application Server. This IBM Redbooks publication describes in detail the steps required to install and configure the Tivoli Web Gateway and all the prerequisite products, to allow a successful implementation of a pervasive device management environment. While the information provided by this book can be used on deployments of any size, it will...

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Unveil Your e-business Transaction Performance with IBM TMTP 5.1

Unveil Your e-business Transaction Performance with IBM TMTP 5.1

By: Morten Moeller; Claudio Cicaterri; Nils Heuer; Randy Hill

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 09-MAY-2003

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IBM Tivoli Monitoring for Transaction Performance Version 5.1 is part of the Tivoli family of products for managing performance and availability. It combines the functionality of two former Tivoli products, Tivoli Application Performance Management Version 2.1 and Tivoli Internet Services Manager Version 1.7, into one package for transaction performance monitoring. IBM Tivoli Monitoring for Transaction Performance Version 5.1 adds new capabilities for breakdown of e-business transactions that are partly or fully hosted by WebSphere Application Server Version 5.0 servers, as well as functions...

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Unattended Pristine Installation with IBM Tivoli Configuration Manager

Unattended Pristine Installation with IBM Tivoli Configuration Manager

By: Stephen Hochstetler; Abhijit Chavan; José Edmar Santos; Tadashi Sugawara

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 25-AUG-2003

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Pristine installations of operating systems is a strategic method to ensure that the security of your machines is maintained and that no one has left accounts or Trojan horses on your servers waiting to be executed at a later date. For this reason, reasonable methods to complete this task from a central location is necessary to reduce IT costs. Each vendor has produced software and methods for being able to roll out a new operating system in an unattended fashion. This IBM Redbooks publication ties each of those solutions into a centralized overall solution using IBM Tivoli Configuration...

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Integrating IBM Tivoli Workload Scheduler and Content Manager OnDemand to Provide Centralized Job Log Processing

Integrating IBM Tivoli Workload Scheduler and Content Manager OnDemand to Provide Centralized Job Log Processing

By: Vasfi Gucer; Cheryl Brown; Budi Darmawan; Doroti Almeida Dias Garcia; Tina Lamacchia; Martin Pepper; Pete Soto; Michael R. Tucci; Bob Watling

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 22-OCT-2003

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This IBM Redbooks publication implements a solution that integrates IBM Tivoli Workload Scheduler and IBM DB2 Content Manager OnDemand products to provide centralized output processing for job logs (job outputs, message files, and audit files) from IBM Tivoli Workload Scheduler and IBM Tivoli Workload Scheduler for z/OS. The solution provides immediate benefit by integrating the job logs into an online, electronic information archive and retrieval system, which is used for quick search and problem resolution purposes. As part of the solution, we cover defining and implementing...

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End-to-End e-business Transaction Management Made Easy

End-to-End e-business Transaction Management Made Easy

By: Morten Moeller; Sanver Ceylan; Mahfujur Bhuiyan; Valerio Graziani; Scott Henley; Zoltan Veress

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 18-DEC-2003

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This IBM Redbooks publication will help you install, tailor, and configure the new IBM Tivoli Monitoring for Transaction Performance Version 5.2, which will assist you in determining the business performance of your e-business transactions in terms of responsiveness, performance, and availability. The major enhancement in Version 5.2 is the addition of state-of-the-art industry strength monitoring functions for J2EE applications hosted by WebSphere Application Server or BEA Weblogic. In addition, the architecture of Web Transaction Monitoring (WTP) has been redesigned to provide for even...

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Provisioning On Demand Introducing IBM Tivoli Intelligent ThinkDynamic Orchestrator

Provisioning On Demand Introducing IBM Tivoli Intelligent ThinkDynamic Orchestrator

By: Edson Manoel; Sara Carlstead Brumfield; Kim Converse; Mark DuMont; Leonard Hand; Gordon Lilly; Morten Moeller; Adam Nemati; Al Waisanen

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 21-DEC-2003

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IBM Tivoli Intelligent ThinkDynamic Orchestrator and IBM Tivoli Provisioning Manager automate the traditional manual provisioning process, performance measurement, capacity planning, and infrastructure deployment. IBM Tivoli Intelligent ThinkDynamic Orchestrator operates in a closed loop that performs automatic resource-requirements prediction based on predefined service level objectives and agreements, and automates infrastructure deployment. This just-in-time cycle ensures that each application has the resource it needs, when it needs it—without static overprovisioning. This book is...

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Endpoint Security and Compliance Management Design Guide Using IBM Tivoli Endpoint Manager

Endpoint Security and Compliance Management Design Guide Using IBM Tivoli Endpoint Manager

By: Axel Buecker; Alisson Campos; Peter Cutler; Andy Hu; Garreth Jeremiah; Toshiki Matsui; Michal Zarakowski

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 22-AUG-2012

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Organizations today are more widely distributed than ever before, which can make systems management tasks, such as distributing software, patches, and security policies, extremely challenging. The IBM® Tivoli® Endpoint Manager platform is architected for today's highly diverse, distributed, and complex IT environments. It provides real-time visibility and control through a single infrastructure, single agent, and single console for systems lifecycle management, endpoint protection, and security configuration and vulnerability management. This platform enables organizations to securely...

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Event Management and Best Practices

Event Management and Best Practices

By: Tony Bhe; Peter Glasmacher; Jacqueline Meckwood; Guilherme Pereira; Michael Wallace

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 16-JUN-2004

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This IBM Redbooks publication presents a deep and broad understanding about event management with a focus on best practices. It examines event filtering, duplicate detection, correlation, notification, escalation, and synchronization. Plus it discusses trouble-ticket integration, maintenance modes, and automation in regard to event management. Throughout this book, you learn to apply and use these concepts with IBM Tivoli Enterprise Console 3.9, NetView 7.1.4, and IBM Tivoli Switch Analyzer 1.2.1. Plus you learn about the latest features of these tools and how they fit into an event...

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IBM Tivoli Monitoring for Network Performance V2.1 The Mainframe Network Management Solution

IBM Tivoli Monitoring for Network Performance V2.1 The Mainframe Network Management Solution

By: Budi Darmawan; Venugopal Devarasetti; Gary Kalatucka; Garth Madella; Tian Huat Peh; Giancarlo Rodolfi

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 04-OCT-2004

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This IBM Redbooks publication explains the new IBM Tivoli Monitoring for Network Performance Version 2.1. This version of IBM Tivoli Monitoring for Network Performance provides a complete redesign of the z/OS TCP/IP management tools that is started by the NetView Performance Monitor for TCP/IP. IBM Tivoli Monitoring for Network Performance provides a comprehensive TCP/IP stack monitoring for z/OS. It collects performance metrics from the z/OS Communication Servers system management interface, measuring response time and Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Management Information Base...