Time is Money. Automate. Save time and reduce operational risk.
Save time by automating your rule generation process, which will significantly reduce your development time and reduce risk. Picture this... opening a web browser, then simply click on options from a drop down menu, after a couple clicks - viola! You rule has been created. It's that easy. This new process is dramatically easier than manually writing automation rules in RDL2 language, a proprietary language. Now you can point and click using our new MainView Console Management 1- step wizard, form based rule generation to build automation rules. Creating a rule is as easy as checking your favorite teams scores. This is just one example of new features in our MainView Console Management Solution.
NEW MainView Console Management 184.108.40.206 and MainView SecureHMC 220.127.116.11 are packed with many more automation process to streamline routine process and reduce risk, such as:
- Avoid - “Did I do that?” moment with Peer Review
Have you ever issued the wrong command? Or accidently issued a command without thinking? What system programmer hasn’t done this in their career? Everyone has done it – even me. MainView Console Management prevents those “Did I do that” moments with our new peer review. Now critical commands will be sent automatically to be reviewed prior to issuing them to reduce the risk of accidental disruption of service when issuing critical commands.
- 1-Step wizard to automate rule generation with Form Based Rule Definition
With MainView Console Management, it is simple to create, manage and deploy powerful tasks – without writing RDL2 code. To get more information please visit our blog, Creating a rule is as easy as checking your favorite teams scores.
- You asked for Unix System Log Support – now you have it
Our customer asked, BMC delivered and now our customers have single point of control for z Systems and Unix/Linux Systems across heterogeneous platforms.
- Are your ports talking but you’re not listening? Start listening with SNMP Listener
Network monitoring SNMP traffic serves as your eyes-and-ears, alerting
you to any issues on your network. Now AutoOperator receives SNMP based events via BAROC from MainView Console Management to improve system analyzes.
- MainView now speaks Remedy
Streamline your MainView problem to resolution. Find a problem in MainView - NO PROBLEM. With a click of button users can easily and simply create a MainView problem ticket. MainView Console Management is now integrated with BMC Remedy. Opening a ticket has never been easier.
NEW MainView for DB2 - NOW - automates the cumbersome process of advising and dynamically setting DB2 thresholds. In the past database administrators (DBAs) had to manually determine the best threshold for DB2 thresholds throughout the business cycle. MainView for DB2 automates this process by utilizing it's NEW built-in analytics to recommend and dynamically set critical DB2 thresholds. Our solution understand the different phases in your business cycle so as your cycle changes MainView will automatically dynamically set accurate thresholds. Now you know, when an alarm is triggers - it's real! Your system will not cry wolf anymore.
This new release, MainView for DB2 11.2, included a lot of new features, such as:
- IDAA Support - MainView for DB2 Let's Get Analytical blog
- Workload Monitor CPU Support – new RFE for CPU Objective
- Simulated Buffer Pool Statistics
- DB2 Health Navigator
- Dynamic Thresholds with Threshold Advisor – New Self learning capabilities
- Dynamic Trace in Data Collector
- New Data Collector Batch Reports
- New Views and Applications
- Threads by ASID (Job)
- Trace Package
- Monitor Profile
- Utility Status
- Stored Procedure Status
- Location Statistics
- Static SQL Cache
- New DTRAC Events
- New Dynamic SSI Context – Data Sharing Group
- DB2 Release Independence – No RELEASE keyword in BBIJNT00 member
- Full Screen Options Replaced by Windows Mode Options
- New Performance Reporter Tables
To find out more information please see our What’s new video for MainView Console Management 18.104.22.168 and MainView SecureHMC 22.214.171.124http://www.bmc.com/support/mainframe-demonstrations/msmdemo-mv-console-mgmt-whats-new-04-2015.html.