Make way for mobile
Accommodate mobile’s growing demand with ThruPut Manager
In today’s mobile environment, customers don’t want to be kept waiting. They want access to mobile applications when they need them—with immediate response times and zero delays.
This poses a challenge for today’s enterprises that want to offer their customers a stellar mobile experience while simultaneously running a lean business. Mobile applications present high priority demand on already-scarce CPU resources. Often, systems are already running at 100%, leaving no additional capacity to run high priority applications faster.
But before you invest in an expensive hardware upgrade to accommodate mobile’s growing demand on your system, consider another option.
ThruPut Manager’s automated service level management (SLM), and its capacity management functionality, in particular, is another way to reduce delays and ensure reliable user response times. By anticipating your workload peaks, ThruPut Manager can defer MSUs from batch workload and make them available to your mobile applications when needed, all without changing your R4HA. The result? Improved productivity without a costly hardware upgrade—or larger software bill.
If you’re interested in learning how ThruPut Manager can make your mobile offerings more efficient and affordable, drop us a line.
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Find out how your organization can make room for mobile with ThruPut Manager, by checking out these additional resources:
ThruPut Manager blog
From automated workload balancing to the details of IBM’s sub-capacity pricing model—our blog explains it all. If you’re particularly interested in how ThruPut Manager makes way for mobile, start with this article.
ThruPut Manager on YouTube
Visit us on YouTube and find out how companies like Verizon are managing capacity with ThruPut Manager. In this video, Chris Prenatt of Verizon describes how ThruPut Manager helps avoid delays while controlling software costs.
ThruPut Manager’s automated capacity management provides multiple benefits to your datacenter. Read more about it in this white paper.