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To cope with system issues, you want easy yet comprehensive solutions that handle your performance, messaging, and remote management needs, but what you really need are integrated solutions for universal control. See where Robot Monitor fits in.
Knowing a job’s CPU usage, disk I/O, temporary storage, and so on is fine, but what you really want to know is how the job is doing. And we can see a job's status on IBM i. Here's how.
Use a real-time monitoring tool with thresholds and drill-down capabilities to speed root cause analysis and problem determination for application and resource performance issues on IBM i.
When you apply rules to system events, automation software like Robot Console works like the autopilot on a boat or plane—it steers the system through the night or the weekend while you rest.
Robot has a reputation for providing high-quality systems management software and backing it up with great support. These additional benefits can help you justify the cost of automation at your company.
You might think VIOS is set and forget, but it’s not. Luckily, VIOS includes a number of command line utilities to help you obtain performance-related information from your VIOS partitions.
This article presents a technical review of how Performance Navigator stacks up as a replacement for IBM Performance Management for Power Systems (PM400).
Need a SolarWinds alternative? Learn the differences between network monitoring and mapping with Intermapper and SolarWinds, and how they can even work together to help you manage your network.
Whether your IBM i audit is internal or external, once a week or once a year, the reporting process wastes time that would be better spent on projects that improve business processes. Don’t let it.
Learn how to interpret the data you find on the Work with System Status (WRKSYSSTS) panel and how to set memory thresholds to avoid thrashing and optimize IBM i performance tuning.
VIOS is considered a standard in organizations running IBM i, AIX, and Linux workloads. But don’t put your business at risk by letting it run unchecked. Learn five areas you must be monitoring.
Ready to eliminate manual monitoring in Assure MIMIX? This article shows you how to start monitoring MIMIX and stop wasting your time and risking your irreplaceable data.
Scripting provides a powerful platform to automate simple tasks, but overusing custom scripts is hazardous for your business.
Whether it’s staffing, budget, or complexity, we’ve heard all the excuses to forgo automation. The next time you hear—or find yourself making—an excuse, have the response ready.
Need to make a case to introduce PowerVM into your Power Systems environment? Read this article!
Thanks to intelligent filtering, the Alert Intelligence feature included in IBM i Server Suite improves the quality of IBM i alerts while reducing the quantity, providing increased application availability and system uptime.
Find out why schools choose Intermapper to monitor bandwidth usage and keep their networks secure and reliable.
Log File Monitor can monitor the contents of files in the integrated file system (IFS) and raise alerts based on this content. Read on to learn more.
When choosing a network monitoring software, consider these key factors to help find the best solution for your organization.
Learn why network monitoring software is critical for the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) and keeping healthcare facilities and hospital networks healthy.
The web interface for Robot Network is a browser-based tool that uses HelpSystems Insite to help you access system performance data for your network of IBM i systems from any laptop, tablet, or smartphone. You can also work in the Robot Network Status Center to see and respond to messages and other events that have been escalated to the Robot Network host system.