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As more applications on IBM i become Java- or web-based, they’re less likely to send their important messages to a message queue. But don’t worry—Robot Console has that covered.
We asked six industry experts what they think the IT industry will look like in 50 years. Here are their predictions for the year 2065.
Attention green screen users: Going to a GUI is not just change for change’s sake, and it’s easier than you think.
Watch this short video to see how easy report balancing can be when using our integrated solution of Robot Schedule Enterprise and Automate.
Is more utilization always a good thing? What other performance data should administrators pay attention to? Find out in this article.
Read this article and learn where to look outside your application to get end-to-end monitoring of SAP performance.
Learn how to create monitors and set thresholds for seven key metrics that are critical to AIX/VIOS performance.
When was the last time you reviewed your Robot Console message automation? If you’re out of practice, let’s take a look at what you can do to maximize your message automation and reports.
Many devices send status updates using SNMP or simple network management protocol. Make sure you’re getting the message. Read on to see how Robot supports SNMP.
Your job schedule has never looked so good! Learn about four must-have features exclusive to the web interface for Robot Schedule.
You have the afternoon off—but not the responsibility of monitoring your system for issues. This includes responding to application and system messages as they occur on your production IBM i jobs. You don’t want to carry your laptop around just in case you need to VPN back to answer a message that is waiting on your month-end process. What option do you have?
If your mission is work management, IBM i is the best starship in the fleet. Routing certain types of work into subsystems and memory pools, separating dissimilar work, and giving jobs the appropriate CPU time—this is work management the Windows world can only dream about.
Read this article to learn what might be taking up valuable disk space in the IFS and what you can do to control it.
Don’t wait for a critical iSeries storage issue to catch you off-guard. Instead, follow these top three tips for using Robot Space to manage your disk space automatically.
Robot Console leverages the power of HelpSystems Insite! Mobile-friendly dashboards allow you to combine key message summary and resource status data into a single, intuitive view. Read on to learn more.
See how you can integrate and prioritize Robot Monitor exceptions into one list using the Insite Watch List feature available through the HelpSystems Insite web interface. Read on.
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.
Looking for better ways to integrate your Windows, AIX/UNIX, and Linux environments with the Robot Schedule scheduling system? Robot Schedule Enterprise commands can enhance your integration experience.
Your shop runs more than 30 jobs each day. Your jobs must communicate across IBM i and another OS. You need to monitor them and generate reports for audits or SLAs. Do your existing job schedulers really meet your needs?
You’ve heard about IASP technology many times over the years, but you’ve been ignoring it, haven’t you? Steve Finnes confirms that it’s past time we “get to know it, understand it, and not be afraid of it.”
Your excuses against automation have run out. Manual computer operations don't make sense anymore. It’s time for automated or lights-out data center operations for IBM i.