IBM Power Systems Performance Guide: Implementing and Optimizing
Dino Quintero, Sebastien Chabrolles, Chi Hui Chen, Murali Dhandapani, Talor Holloway, Chandrakant Jadhav, Sae Kee Kim, Sijo Kurian, Bharath Raj, Ronan Resende, Bjorn Roden, Niranjan Srinivasan, Richard Wale, William Zanatta, Zhi Zhang, IBM Redbooks
IBM Redbooks, May 1, 2013 - Computers - 372 pages
This IBM® Redbooks® publication addresses performance tuning topics to help leverage the virtualization strengths of the POWER® platform to solve clients' system resource utilization challenges, and maximize system throughput and capacity. We examine the performance monitoring tools, utilities, documentation, and other resources available to help technical teams provide optimized business solutions and support for applications running on IBM POWER systems' virtualized environments.
The book offers application performance examples deployed on IBM Power SystemsTM utilizing performance monitoring tools to leverage the comprehensive set of POWER virtualization features: Logical Partitions (LPARs), micro-partitioning, active memory sharing, workload partitions, and more. We provide a well-defined and documented performance tuning model in a POWER system virtualized environment to help you plan a foundation for scaling, capacity, and optimization
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