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Measuring z/OS Performance for Mainframe Rookies
Are you new to the mainframe and need to understand the performance of your z/OS systems? Have you seen some basic z/OS performance measurements but don’t understand the source of those measurements? Or maybe you’ve seen some measurements that don’t sound like measurements that you’re familiar with on other platforms?

If you’ve answered “yes” to any of those questions, come to this session wherein Scott Chapman will lead you through some of the more important z/OS performance metrics and explain where they come from and why they’re important.

Scott Chapman, Director of Software Design and Development, EPS

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Dec 12, 2019 10:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Scott Chapman
Director of Software Design and Development @EPS
Scott Chapman has over two decades of experience in the IBM mainframe environment. Much of this experience has focused on performance, from both the application and systems perspective. He's written COBOL application code and Assembler system exit code. His mainframe responsibilities have spanned application development, performance tuning, capacity planning, software cost management, system tuning, sysplex configuration, WLM configuration, and most other facets of keeping a mainframe environment running effectively. Scott has spoken extensively at user group meetings and was honored to receive the Computer Measurement Group's 2009 Mullen award, and also co-authored CMG's 2012 best paper. He has also received Share’s Best Session Award. Scott is a founding steering committee member of the Central Ohio Mainframe User's Group and the current chairman of the Ohio Valley Computer Measurement Group.