The z/Transaction Processing Facility (z/TPF) is an IBM operating system that is designed for processing of high volumes of transactions from large numbers of concurrent users at a very fast rate (with very fast response times). z/TPF is used in many business enterprises that require this level of processing power, including but not limited to airlines, railways, banks and hotels.

z/TPF can easily process tens of thousands of transactions per second online, and ensures highly reliable, continuous (24×7) across large, geographically dispersed networks.

TPF Software is a world leader in providing development tools for z/TPF. These include:

The zTPFGI Suite

The zTPFGI Suite is a suite of products that work together to provide an end-to-end solution for coding, testing, debugging, analyzing, and fine-tuning z/TPF applications. The zTPFGI Suite is comprised of zTPFGI, zQDC, zTREX, zAutomations and DF Explorer; as well as the optional zRTF and zTTFS.

zTPFGI

zTPFGI provides a graphical interface for managing source, editing code, building, loading to a system, testing and debugging z/TPF application.

zAutomation

zAutomation is a resource (VPARS) manager. It does this by dynamically bringing up and allocating VPARS as needed and by putting to sleep VPARS that are not being used.

DF Explorer

DF Explorer is a graphical tool for browsing TPFDF. One can browse, add, remove or modify LRECS.

zTREX

zTREX (Transaction Recording and Examination for z/TPF) is a performance analysis tool. It collects memory, I/O and program usage data at the transaction, ECB, Program and File levels. The collected data can be analyzed, compared and reported on using the intuitive graphical interface.

zQDC (Quality Data Collection for z/TPF)

zQDC streamlines Quality Assurance testing by allowing the QA team to run only the scripts that include the test programs; saving CPU consumption and time.

zRTF (Regression Test Facility for z/TPF)

zRTF is a regression test tool. The impact of proposed changes can be tested on z/TPF before the changes are made production.

zTTFS (TPF to TPF Function Server for z/TPF and TPF)

zTTFS is a connectivity manager that provides access to remote resources and allows limited resources to be efficiently shared between multiple programmers.

The zTPFGI Suite is a true end-to-end solution for coding, testing, debugging, analyzing, and fine-tuning your z/TPF applications. This product design bases on a client-server architecture, wherein the presentation (client) is on the PC runningMicrosoft Windows and the servers are a combination of z/VM, z/LINUX and z/TPF.

The z/TPF Challenge:

The advent of z/TPF has increased the potential of TPF applications, but it has also multiplied the complexity of development. Fortunately, the zTPFGI Suite provides a framework of tools that helps not just developers, but the entire organization, handle this new complexity while boosting productivity.

zTPFGI Suite is built upon the proven products for TPF application development, like TPF/GI and TPF/IDE. It provides a look and feel that is similar to the ease of use of these products, but moves away from the simulated TPF environment provided by those products and instead runs on real z/TPF.

zTPFGI Suite includes:

  • Integrated IDE & Debugger: Edit, compile, build, load SOs or programs; debug at source & ECB levels; Includes text & binary editors, file compare tool, language-based help.
  • Terminal Emulation: Employ ALC, LOC 3270, zLinux, z/TPF, and VM terminals.
  • Loadsets: Activate loadsets selectively & system-wide; share loadsets, SOs & members.
  • DF Insight: Inspect & Edit TPFDF during debugging.
  • Projects: Customizable project support.
  • Add-Ins: Embed SCMs & other web-based tools.
  • Message Run: Execute files of input commands; faster QA/testing setup.
  • Performance Analysis: Record, analyze & compare transaction data.
  • Asynchronous Trace: Intercept & debug messages from outside of zTPFGI.
  • Logging Tools: Log, annotate, & share data; log terminal I/O; log & analyze trace output; capture ECB activity & screenshots with Visual Log.
  • System-Wide Logger: Collect system statistics & debugging information.
  • Regression Test Facility: Promote Quality Assurance with integration, regression & volume testing.
  • Dump Viewer: View details of ECB dumps, including call stacks, registers, core blocks, macro trace back tables, heap maps and more in an intuitive GUI interface.
  • Quality Assurance (QA) Testing: This tool increases efficiency when running quality assurance tests on products.
  • Connectivity: Connect developers to remote systems & resources.
  • Resource Management: The resource manager ensures that each programmer is provided with resources when required, while the unused resources not put to sleep state.

OVERVIEW:

zTPFGI is a GUI-based comprehensive test management system for z/TPF applications and systems programs in a z/TPF environment. The core components that make up the suite are a z/TPF debugger and resource handler, an IDE, a tool for navigating and editing TPF/DF (DF Explorer), a performance analyzer (zTREX), and Regression Test Facility (zRTF).

It provides the capabilities to browse and edit the source files in the code editor window, allows to author, compile and build the z/TPF shared objects (SOs) and/or programs, and the finally load these SOs or programs to a z/TPF system for testing and debugging purpose.

Resources:

Here, you will find a range of free supplementary materials for zTPFGI suite, including PowerPoint presentations, brochures, tips & tricks, videos and more. These materials are downloadable files, and have been arranged by categories below for quick access to the new information and to learn more about zTPFGI. Click the resource title you want to see and the page will refresh, displaying the contents of that resource in a new window.

  • zTPFGI Overview Presentation
  • zTPFGI Intro Leaflet
  •  What’s New Leaflet
  • zTPFGI Overview Demo

If you would like to get further information about this product, or would like to suggest any improvements, please email us to productsinfo@tpfsoftware.com.

Features & Benefits:

The prominent features and benefits of zTPFGI Suite include the following:

  • Easy to Use, Administer and Customize.
  • Real z/TPF Debugger – Runs on “real” z/TPF, not requiring an emulator.
  • Fully Integrated Development – Integration of the IDE and debugger means that developers can edit, rebuild, reload, set breakpoints and Source View trace all in the same workspace, enhancing flow and productivity.
  • Modernized Graphical User Interface – Utilizes Microsoft Office Fluent User Interface (“Ribbon”) standards and enables experienced administrators to leverage their existing knowledge.
  • Execution count for each Instruction in Source view trace.
  • Record Hold Table view for particular file address, Record ID by both System Level & ECB Level.
  • End-to-End Testing and Debugging Solution – Combines a set of tools for the entire development lifecycle, including zAutomation for VPARS Automation, zRTF for Regression Testing, zTREX for Transaction data recording and analysis and zTTFS for virtual connectivity, Asynchronous Trace and System-Wide Logger.
  • Easy Monitoring.
  • Easy to use Load Capability.
  • Powerful Source Level Tracing.
  • Excellent Support – Hands-on support tailored to customer needs with specialized support staff and developers.

Related Products:

These products and major features are included as part of the zTPFGI Suite:

  • DF Explorer – This is an easy-to-use GUI Interface for browsing TPFDF Files online and run on the real z/TPF environment. It allows for online maintenance i.e. browse, add, modify or delete logical records (LRECs) of fixed or pool or index files in an easy manner, thus leading to reduced training time and increased productivity.
  • zAutomation – A VM-based resource manager suitable for bringing up the VPARS machines automatically.
  • zTPFGI Suite – A quality assurance tool used for managing and controlling quality assurance testing scripts in order to optimize the quality assurance testing practices for software products.
  • zRTF (z/TPF Regression Test Facility) – This type of tester is an easy-to-use, GUI integrated in to zTPFGI for regression testing of the new programs and data loaded in the z/TPF environment.
  • zTREX (z/TPF Transaction, Recording and Examination) – Forms part of zTPFGI suite or can be used as standalone software component for analyzing the system performance at transaction, ECB, and program/function levels.
  • zTTFS – It is the TPF toTPF Functional Server, which provides virtual connectivity and enables the TPF programmers to access the resources, which are currently not physically available on the VPARS/TPF systems where their transactions are being tested.

zTTFS (TPF-to-TPF Function Server) allows the TPF programmers to connect the Client VPARS/TPF test systems with Server VPARS/TPF test system.

Why do I need zTTFS?

z/TPF transactions are not simple. They can involve multiple systems and networks. z/TPF programmers who test these transactions need to access data from remote resources to complete their testing. Without zTTFS, programmers must either schedule the remote physical resource (remote link or remote connection) or must test on the single VPARS which has network access.

What does zTTFS do?

The zTTFS allows programmers to test with remote resources by allowing client z/TPF systems to communicate with server z/ TPF systems, without special scheduling or needing to change test systems.

With zTTFS, the outbound traffic from a client VPARS is routed to the server VPARS to access remote resources required by the transaction. Similarly, the inbound traffic from external resources to the server VPARS can be configured to be routed to any client VPARS. This means that programmers no longer need to compete for systems that have connectivity. zTTFS allows you to share critical network resources across multiple systems so that your z/TPF installation needs fewer VPARS with physical connectivity.

OVERVIEW:

zTTFS acts as a connectivity management tool to control inbound and outbound message traffic across z/TPF systems.

It provides virtual connectivity and enables TPF programmers in test mode to access remote resources. Thus, the TPF allows the programmers to communicate with Server VPARS – which has access to the network, without requiring any special scheduling of the physical resource (Remote Link or Remote Connection), and changing the test systems.

RESOURCES:

Here, you will find a range of free supplementary materials for zTTFS, including PowerPoint presentations, brochures, tips & tricks, videos and more. These materials are downloadable files, and have been arranged by categories below for quick access to the new information and to learn more about zTPFGI. Click the resource title you want to see and the page will refresh, displaying the contents of that resource in a new window.

  • zTTFS Overview Presentation
  • zTTFS Leaflet

Features & Benefits:

The prominent features and benefits of zTTFS include the following:

  • Uses client-server architecture to provide connectivity.
  • End-users don’t have to compete for VPARS test systems that have connectivity.
  • z/TPF installations with zTTFS can provide N number of client VPARS test systems with unlimited external connectivity, without attaching to any physical network.
  • Shares critical network resources available in server VPARS across multiple client VPARS.
  • z/TPF installations can operate with fewer VPARS with physical connectivity.
  • Eliminates the need to switch remote links or connections between test systems.
  • Easy customizable with user APIs, and easy to implement.

Related Products:

zTTFS can be purchased alone or as part of the zTPFGI Suite.

zTPFGI –  This zTPFGI suite is a comprehensive Test Management System, comprising of a set of software components – Integrated IDE, Graphical Debugger, VPARS Automation, Regression Test Facility, DF Explorer, Performance Analyzer, and Virtual Connectivity, for coding, testing, debugging, analyzing and fine-tuning your z/TPF applications.

z/TPF Regression Test Facility (zRTF) is a tool for integration, regression and volume testing that lets you measure effects of planned changes on a system.

Some of the vital features of this tool are:

  • Ensure delivery of bug-free z/TPF with high quality.
  • Allows to find and fix bugs quickly by providing more details of failed transactions.
  • Data logging facilitates quick error detection.
  • Serve as a meticulous testing environment, for z-migration of application software.

OVERVIEW:

zRTF is an invaluable testing tool, which maximizes the quality of the z/TPF applications.

zRTF can be run in two modes — Regression Test mode and Volume Test mode.

Regression testing focuses on testing the changes introduced by a software change. In Regression Test mode, zRTF collects and logs detailed information about the commands that have been run on the system so that details can be compared between the phases. This allows the user to track and compare changes when running specific transactions.

Volume (or stress) testing can be used to run scripts with large numbers of transactions with minimal logging. It is useful for examining overall system performance and identifying more gross problems.

How does zRTF Work?

zRTF works by logging data collected from commands that are run on a test system prior to applying changes, then making changes to the system, running the same commands again and comparing the logs from the two runs. If two identical systems are available, then the changes can be applied to one of the systems, leaving the other system as the baseline. The commands can then be run in parallel on both systems, yielding faster and accurate test results.

The zRTF workflow is made of three phases.

  • Phase I (Baseline Phase):  Collect log data associated with the current production system to create a baseline.
  • Phase II (Update Phase): Load changes to the system or to a parallel system & collect log data for a new run.
  • Phase III (Compare Phase): Compare log data between Phase I and Phase II to determine changes.

RESOURCES:

Here, you will find a range of free supplementary materials for zRTF, including PowerPoint presentations, brochures, tips & tricks, videos and more. These materials are downloadable files, and have been arranged by categories below for quick access to the new information and to learn more about zTPFGI. Click the resource title you want to see and the page will refresh, displaying the contents of that resource in a new window.

  • zRTF Overview Presentation.
  • zRTF Brochure.

Features & Benefits:

The prominent features and benefits of zRTF include the following:

  • Integrated GUI interface.
  • Runs on z/TPF — not simulated.
  • Transaction Data Collection – Collect Baseline data collect the new transaction data for loaded new versions parallely; Compare the logs to determine the differences in the collected data.
  • Run in VTST (Volume test mode) or RTST (Regression test mode).
  • Collect transaction data for individual messages.
  • Collect data based on specific events — Macro trace line, File writes, Tape writes etc.
  • Collect Program summary & Macro summary data at Individual message level.
  • Run multiple message files in Sequential mode or Round Robin mode.
  • Facility to analyze the pre-phase commands (Loading of programs, setting up of database) before the message processing.
  • zRTF Toolbox to read log data & develop compare phase; User-configurable.
  • Easy configuration.

Related Products:

zRTF can be purchased alone or as part of the zTPFGI Suite.

zTPFGI – This zTPFGI suite is a comprehensive Test Management System, comprising of a set of software components – Integrated IDE, Graphical Debugger, VPARS Automation, Regression Test Facility, DF Explorer, Performance Analyzer, and Virtual Connectivity, for coding, testing, debugging, analyzing and fine-tuning your z/TPF applications.

zQDC, (Quality Data Collection) for z/TPF is an easy-to-use, quality assurance tool for z/TPF products, and can be integrated with any of the z/TPF products for managing and controlling quality assurance testing scripts, so as to optimize the quality assurance testing of these products.

Quality Data Collection for z/TPF (zQDC) can improve the efficiency and efficacy of QA testing, by cross-referencing the scripts with the SOs.

Some of the key features include:

  • Runs on real z/TPF, not on a simulated system.
  • Allow to easily setup zQDC parameters to monitor resources like LNIATA Specific IP address, ASYNC and so on.
  • Utilize z-commands for controlling start/stop actions of zQDC session in z/TPF.

Transactions can be captured according to:

  • Specific LNIATA.
  • Specific IP address.
  • Other conditions with which you can identify the required transactions.

Wherein, the transactions include spawned ECBs

  • Collect the test data i.e. list of names of SOs (programs) being entered, along with the details of number of times each SO is entered.
  • Data Logging.
  • Build Dynamic Cross Reference Repository of scripts and SOs.
  • Works with existing scripting mechanisms such as Quick Test Pro or Win Runner or FitNesse.

OVERVIEW:

zQDC a quality assurance tool for managing and controlling quality assurance testing scripts, so as to optimize the quality assurance testing practices for software products, thus ensuring the delivery of robust products to the customer.

zQDC provides a new way for the QA team to select and run the appropriate testing scripts that are needed to validate the specific SOs that are being tested in the VPARS system or guest machine, so that the software changes are fully validated before the application deployment.

By running only the relevant scripts, zQDC save time and CPU usage and can be more confident of their results.

RESOURCES:

You can find out more about zQDC by looking at these resources:

Presentation :-

To view the zQDC presentation, click the download link for getting a quick glance on the vital information on the key features & benefits of the zQDC.

Download Link:
Introducing the zQDC

Brochures :-

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Download Link:

zQDC Brochure

Features & Benefits:

The prominent features and benefits of zQDC include the following:

  • A simple-to use tool for Quality Assurance testing in TPF environment.
  • Runs on real z/TPF, not on a simulated system.
  • Allow to easily setup parameters for zQDC to monitor via configuration files.
  • Utilizes z-commands for controlling start/stop actions of zQDC session in z/TPF Monitor transactions asynchronously, based on conditions specified.
  • Allow seamless integration with any third party tool that a customer has for quality (test) data collection.
  • Build Cross Reference Library of SOs to assist the customers in choosing which scripts need to be executed when a given set of SOs goes to QA testing.
  • Provide significant Time and Cost Savings when compared to conventional testing practice.
  • Works with existing scripting mechanisms such as Quick Test Pro or WinRunner.

Related Products:

zQDC is provided as part of the zTPFGI Suite for Quality Assurance Testing services.

zTPFGI –  This zTPFGI suite is a comprehensive Test Management System, comprising of a set of software components – Integrated IDE, Graphical Debugger, VPARS Automation, Regression Test Facility, DF Explorer, Performance Analyzer, and Virtual Connectivity, for coding, testing, debugging, analyzing and fine-tuning your z/TPF applications.

ALCS/GI is a highly -intuitive graphical interface (also referred as point-and-click interface), which allows the programmers to quickly debug the ALCS applications.

It’s advanced feature include, but not limited to:

  • Allows to trace ALCS application programs at the source level.
  • Records all macros and instructions that are traced during current sessions.
  • Easily customizable.
  • Intuitive to use.

OVERVIEW:

ALCS/GI has an intuitive and highly interactive interface, which allows the programmers to effectively debug the ALCS applications in a much simpler way. This provides you the capabilities to work with multiple windows within the same application, and makes great intuitive use of color coding to differentiate between the changes in the ECB states. This change of color feature highlights the errors, and helps us in quickly and easily debugging the problems, reducing the debugging time to a great extent.

It can be easily customized with respect to the toolbars, based on the user preference.

Related Products:

DF Explorer forms a part of the ALCS Suite or can be purchased alone.

  • DF Explorer – This is an easy-to-use graphical interface for browsing, interacting, and managing the TPFDF Files online.

RESOURCES:

Here, you will find a range of free supplementary materials for ALCSGI, including PowerPoint presentations, brochures, tips & tricks, videos and more. These materials are downloadable files, and have been arranged by categories below for quick access to the new information and to learn more about zTPFGI. Click the resource title you want to see and the page will refresh, displaying the contents of that resource in a new window.

  • ALCSGI Overview Presentation.
  • ALCSGI Leaflet.

 

 

Features & Benefits:

The prominent features and benefits of ALCS/GI include the following:

  • Intuitive, and user-friendly GUI.
  • Powerful Source level trace.
  • Visualization of programs while tracing with current executing statement highlighted.
  • Set break points.
  • Advanced trace options while doing source view trace – Run to break point, Run slow, branch to cursor etc.
  • View / edit assembler expressions.
  • Switch on machine instruction display to know what is happening behind a macro call or SPM.
  • Varied color usage for differentiating editable/non-editable fields and any changes in ECB state.
  • Allows for input message recording and playback.
  • View TPFDF Information.
  • Include panels to display core area.
  • Ability to view and edit ALCS core / records.
  • Tracing created ECBs, and Production and Test programs in two terminals.
  • Asynchronous trace.
  • Message Log / Message Capture / Message run.
  • Trace output viewer and Visual Log.
  • Easy to customize (like customizable tool bar, based on user preference.
  • Quick access to commands frequently used while tracing.

zIDE Pro is a legacy–friendly development and management tool for z/OS applications that works with existing host-based processes and which increases efficiency by employing the latest graphical user interface standards.

The emphasis in zIDE Pro is on powerful features that are easy to use and that just make sense to z/OS developers — and which don’t require shops to completely revamp their processes to benefit.

zIDE Pro uses the Microsoft Office Fluent Interface® standards to provide a modern PC editing environment with copy, cut and paste, syntax highlighting, find and replace, and PC–style editing conventions that will be familiar to developers.

The zIDE Pro boasts an ISPF/XEDIT–like command prefix feature, which allows developers to type a subset of XEDIT commands over line numbers to perform editing functions.

Remote host files are automatically downloaded when opened and automatically uploaded when saved.

Developers can compile or build at the click of button. Errors displayed in output can be double clicked to open the source file at the offending line. It supports the host file views, client views, and projects.

Some of the prominent features of this tool include:

  • Legacy friendly – works with existing mainframe processes.
  • Uses latest GUI Standards – Microsoft Office Fluent Interface ® Standards to provide a modern editing environment.
  • Supports ISPF/XEDIT-like Editor function supported.
  • Easy interpretation and navigation to errors/warning.
  • File Compare utility to compare any two files side-by-side.
  • Automatic file backup.
  • Powerful Search for strings in z/OS datasets, USS file system, z/Linux directories, and more; double click search results to view/edit file XEDIT-like command prefix feature.

OVERVIEW:

zIDE Pro is a legacy-friendly, development and management Too for web-based applications running in z/OS, z/Linux and z/VM platform.

Some of the key aspects include:

  • Modern GUI source code editor – Includes all the features expected in a modern text editor, syntax highlighting, language help, code outline; Allows editing via ISPF/XEDIT–like commands.
  • Easy interpretation and navigation to errors and warnings.
  • File Compare utility to compare any two files side-by-side.
  • Automatic file backup.
  • Powerful Search for strings in z/OS datasets, USS file system, z/Linux directories, and more.

RESOURCES:

Here, you will find a range of free supplementary materials for zIDE Pro, including PowerPoint presentations, brochures, tips & tricks, videos and more. These materials are downloadable files, and have been arranged by categories below for quick access to the new information and to learn more about zTPFGI. Click the resource title you want to see and the page will refresh, displaying the contents of that resource in a new window.

  • zIDE Pro Overview Presentation.
  • zIDE Pro Leaflet.

Features & Benefits:

  • Microsoft Office Fluent Interface® standards.
  • Multi-Platform Compile, Build — Easily switch between platforms; Single-click Compile, Build, Load; Click on compile error to go to errant line.
  • Simple Multi-Server Management — Access multiple hosts & PC; Allows for transparent download when files opened & upload when saved; Support for projects; Automatic file backup.
  • Source Editor — Browse, open, edit and save files, from z/Linux, Windows, z/VM and z/OS;ISPF/XEDIT-like Editor commands supported; File Compare Utility; Apply syntax highlighting; Enable Binary File Editing.
  • Library View — Interface with any source control management software to get, edit, and promote source.
  • Powerful Search — Search for specific file names or within multiple files. Search for strings in z/OS datasets, USS file system, z/Linux directories, MVS and more; Double-click search results to go to line in source file.
  • Context-Sensitive Language Help — Click F1 for help with Assembler, C, C++, Cobol, and more.
  • Create, Modify, Compress, Delete datasets.
  • z/Linux Terminal Emulation.
  • Ability to Look at JES2/3 Jobs.

Key Benefits:

  • Saves coding time – More familiar GUI interface, especially for newer programmers; ISPF/XEDIT-like commands ease transition of power users; Easier to detect errors while coding; Efficient, intuitive compile/load/build process (buttons).
  • Saves training time – Works like other Windows applications.
  • Promotes quality/standards – Middleware component allows to promote company standards and procedures.

Related Products:

Find below the list of related products, which fall in the same category as the current product being viewed.

  • zSAT – zSAT is a light-weight, intuitive GUI, which enables the easy monitoring and analysis of z/OS systems, provides secure access to critical areas, and collects data about z/OS system setups.
  • zDVI – A web-based interface that enables programmers to analyze the unformatted dumps, i.e. SYSM Dumps and SVC Dumps, which were traditionally browsed via the IPCS utility.

zDVI is a simple-to-use, intuitive, GUI interface, which improves the efficiency when analyzing the dumps in the z/OS environment. This tool enables the z/OS programmers to quickly assess the dump information with only a few steps.

Here is the highlight of top features of this product:

  • Provides easy access to critical dump information at the first glance.
  • Allows quick dump analysis.
  • Logical Organization of Dump data.
  • Multiple Dump Browsing Capabilities.
  • Easy Navigation to move through the dump.
  • Easy to install and customize.
  • Consumes less CPU cycles.
  • Secure access via RACF.

OVERVIEW:

zDVI combines all the functionalities of user-friendly, web-based dump analysis tool, along with the industry familiar command interface. Logical grouping of dumps provides easy access to critical dump details, without requiring the end users to memorize long commands and sub-commands for accessing the dumps in the z/OS Systems.

It supports visualization of dump data in a more organized way, within the limited display area of the user’s screen, thus making the problem detection extremely easy.

zDVI is fully customizable based on the specific needs, and very easy to learn and implement.

RESOURCES:

Presentations:-

Click on the download link below to view or download the zDVI presentation showcasing the special highlights of this product.

Introducing the zDVI

Brochures:-

Click on the download link below to view or download the zDVI brochure showcasing the special highlights of this product.

zDVI Leaflet

Features & Benefits:

  • Comprehensive, simple-to-use GUI dump analysis tool for z/OS programmers.
  • Provides quick access to dump information.
  • Provides easy-to-read dump snapshots.
  • Displays logical groups of dump data in logical groups.
  • Point-and-shoot system status gives quick snapshots of dumps.
  • Allows management of dump DSN index using simple Add, Browse & Delete functions.
  • Displays Address Spaces, Core Blocks, Dump Storage and so on.
  • Ability to categorize the traces into tabs.
  • Built-in command interface.
  • Enhanced Memory Contents View.

Key Benefits

  • Save analysis time and effort, resulting in significant cost-savings and enhanced productivity.
  • Provide easy accessibility to critical dump information.
  • Comprehensive Report Generation for Dump Information.
  • Easy To Install, Configure and Maintain.
  • User-friendly interface for both experienced and novice users.
  • Minimizes CPU Utilization.

Related Products:

Find below the list of related products, which fall in the same category as the current product being viewed.

  • zSAT – An intuitive, web-based GUI, which enables the easy monitoring and analysis of z/OS systems, provides secure access to critical areas, and collects data about z/OS system setups.
  • zIDE Pro – A legacy-friendly development and management tool for z/OS applications, with the latest fluent user interface similar to MS Office tools. It interfaces with existing library systems and serves as an interactive development environment for application developers to edit/compile/build programs for applications running on z/OS.