As makers of systems monitoring software for the IBM i platform, the team at CCSS supports a healthy cross-section of the economy.
For all its processing powers and capabilities, the IBM System i also possesses an affliction that is both terrible and wonderful: a continuous monologue—or, in this case, message log—detailing in real time every single action, event, and observation of every bit and byte running through its components.
As a seasoned QMessage Monitor user, you know it is best practice to use the Analyze function after changing or adding autoreplies.
A proactive approach to system monitoring offers a vast number of individual and collective benefits, but there still can be tasks that, despite your best efforts in making the proactive choice, ultimately swap one problem for another.
The essence of QMessage Monitor is to make sure you never miss an important message from your system and to get notified of any important notifications.
The recent news making headlines about the once great city of Detroit declaring bankruptcy is but the latest in a long trend of economic gloom that has stained the financial fabric of our times.
FTP: For many, it is characterised as the beauty and the beast, the boon and the bane of networking on IBM i. You can’t live without it, but sometimes you sure wish you could!
What matters most on your IBM i are the files—more precisely, the data in those files—it contains.
The latest release of QMessage Monitor includes automated response rules for faster problem determination for IBM i systems.
The new version of QSystem Monitor delivers improved dashboard for business monitoring, granular insights, and rapid investigation.