In order to tackle performance analysis and capacity planning properly, you have to start with historical data. With Performance Navigator, your path is clear.
Performance Navigator collects historical performance data from IBM i, AIX/UNIX, Linux, Solaris, and HP-UX workloads and displays the information in a graphical interface on your PC. It allows you to analyze this historical data for complex CPU, memory, and disk reports in HTML output for one partition, the whole frame, or the entire enterprise. With this data, you can plan and configure upgrades, server consolidations, LPAR configurations, and competitive migrations with ease.
Download the free version today and tap into valuable insight across your systems.
What do you get with the free version?
- Free host component on Windows
- Free disk space utilization graph
- Free CPU utilization (by priority) graph
- Free daily health check report
Just fill out the form and watch for an email to download Performance Navigator and get started. To receive the email with download links, be sure to whitelist [email protected].
Upgrades in the past were more on projections without substantial data to support a modeling, good guesswork. Oftentimes, business partners in the sizing of systems would overprovision on a CPU and commercial processing workload and disk arming for purposes of not getting it wrong. [Performance Navigator] gives me the ability to confidently architect a system that will perform well from day one. I do not engage in a Power Systems upgrade opportunity without using this tool.
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