ASG Launches ASG-TMON Performance Management Solution for IBM DB2 v10
March 08, 2012
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ASG Software Solutions, a provider of enterprise IT software solutions, launched ASG-TMON for DB2 version 5.0.

The redesigned release of the performance management offering provides support for the latest version of IBM DB2 V10 on zSeries and the scalability for organizations to meet the challenges of complex enterprise IT systems.

ASG developed this release in tandem with IBM to leverage the state of the art monitoring interfaces provided by IBM which allows IT personnel to quickly and accurately target the root cause of any DB2 performance issue. This ensures fast resolution and provides end-users with an optimal workplace experience with minimal disruption.

With ASG-TMON for DB2, organizations can track and evaluate the performance of all DB2 subsystems through a single view to quickly identify and correct any performance slowdowns affecting their business applications.

“The IT landscape has shifted dramatically over the last year and organizations simply cannot afford performance management issues in IT,” said Scott McCurdy, Senior VP of Product Management at ASG. “With ASG-TMON for DB2, ASG provides IT with the tools necessary to quickly and accurately resolve any issues as they arise. This helps provide enterprises with the ability to operate the business at a high level, positioning the organization ahead of competitors that continue to be plagued with IT delays and downtime.”

ASG-TMON for DB2, along with the SQL Analyzer feature, offers organizations the ability to greatly improve overall IBM DB2 availability by proactively managing IBM DB2 applications and critical resources. Together, these solutions provide organizations with the insight needed to quickly resolve complex IBM DB2 and SQL issues, resulting in optimized end user response times and maximized IBM DB2 application availability.

Further, the reporting functionality provides organizations with online reports to track and analyze performance trends across systems and time frames to correct any repeat issues within the IT environment.

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