Velocity Software, Inc. is recognized as a leader in the performance measurement of z/VM and Linux on z. The Velocity Performance Suite consist of a set of tools that enable installations running z/VM to manage Linux and z/VM performance. In addition, many components of server farms can be measured and analyzed. Performance data can be viewed real-time through the use of either 3270 or a browser. The CLOUD Implementation (zPRO) component is designed for full cloud PaaS implementation as well as to extend the capabilities of the z/VM sysprog (system programmer) to the browser world. This feature moves system management to the point-and-click crowd. Archived data and reports can be kept available of long term review and reporting usine zMAP. The zVPS, formally ESALPS, components consist of: zMON (formally ESAMON - real-time display of performance data), zTCP (formally ESATCP - SNMP data collection), zMAP (formally ESAMAP - historical reporting and archiving), zVWS (formally ESAWEB - z/VM based web server), zTUNE (a subscription service), zVIEW (formally SHOWCASE - web based viewing of performance data), zPRO (new to the quality line of Velocity Software Products). Velocity continues to work with other software vendors to ensure smooth interface with or from other products such as VM:Webgateway, CA-Webgateway, EnterpriseWeb, MXG, MICS. Velocity software remains the leader and inovator in the z/VM performance, Linux performance, Managing cloud computing arenas.
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The VM Industry

Velocity Software, Inc. is very active in the VM and z/Linux industries; we provide this page to help others keep up on events.

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z/VM and Linux on System z User Groups and conferences

MVMRUG — Midwest VM Regional Users Group — Quarterly meetings

BayBunch — San Francisco Bay area VM and Linux user group

MVMUA — New York Metropolitan VM User's Association

CAVMEN — Chicago Area VM Enthusiasts

IBM System z Technical University at Enterprise

Hillgang — Washington DC Area

SHARE — national IBM user group

SUSECon

THE z/VM Workshop

UK ZLUG

GSE

The Association of System
Performance Professionals

The Computer Measurement Group, commonly called CMG, is a not for profit, worldwide organization of data processing professionals committed to the measurement and management of computer systems. CMG members are primarily concerned with performance evaluation of existing systems to maximize performance (eg. response time, throughput, etc.) and with capacity management where planned enhancements to existing systems or the design of new systems are evaluated to find the necessary resources required to provide adequate performance at a reasonable cost.


Consulting and Training

VM Resources (VM, Linux services)

Baer Consulting (VM, VSE services)

CPR Systems (VSE Training)

Sine Nomine (VM, Linux services)


IBM VM and Linux Pages

z/VM Home Page

z/VM Resources for Linux on System z

Calendar of VM Events


z/VM and z/Linux Mailing Lists

The z/VM and Linux mailing lists are extremely valuable sources of information, providing instant contact with hundreds of other professionals.

You can sign up for these mailing lists via e-mail.

To subscribe to the z/VM list, send e-mail to listserv@listserv.uark.edu with a blank subject and
SUBSCRIBE IBMVM Firstname Lastname
as the only text in the body of the note.

To subscribe to the Linux for System z list, send e-mail to listserv@vm.marist.edu with a blank subject and
SUBSCRIBE LINUX-390 Firstname Lastname
as the only text in the body of the note.

When you send your subscription request, you will receive a response with a subject line of
Command confirmation request (xxxxxxxxx)

Follow the instructions in the note and reply to it as requested.

You will then receive a message with a subject line of
You are now subscribed to the listname list

Read this message carefully. It contains information on how to use the list and, equally important, how to terminate your subscription and leave the list. We strongly recommend that you print and keep this note, or store it for future reference!

Please note that the addresses above are the list administrative addresses: to post to the list once you are subscribed, send e-mail to ibmvm@listserv.uark.edu or linux-390@vm.marist.edu, as appropriate.

To unsubscribe, send e-mail to the list adminstrative address (not the list posting address!) with a blank subject and
signoff ibmvm
or
signoff linux-390
as the only text in the body of the note.

You can view and search the mailing list archives at:
http://listserv.uark.edu/archives/ibmvm.html
http://vm.marist.edu/archives/linux-390.html (LINUX-390)


Educational Links

MVS Training, Inc

VSE Training, Inc

Verhoef-training in the UK for Linux on z installation.




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