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DETROIT, Oct. 29, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Compuware Corporation (Nasdaq:CPWR), the technology performance company, today announced that Spencer Hallman, Performance Subject Matter Expert for Compuware, will conduct a presentation on advanced application performance management (APM) at IBM Information On Demand 2013 in Las Vegas. This session is a must for organizations that want to reduce MIPS, decrease problem resolution time and save costs.
Mobile and Web transactions are significantly impacting mainframe and DB2 workloads, but many traditional APM tools don't provide teams with the visibility they need to understand how distributed and mainframe applications interact. Distributed teams can't track performance into the mainframe and mainframe teams are blind to the impact of distributed code on mainframe transactions and workload. Session attendees will learn how next generation APM can uncover new DB2 tuning opportunities to reduce MIPS consumption, accelerate MTTR and postpone hardware and software upgrades.
About the Speaker
Spencer Hallman is Compuware's subject matter expert in MIPS management. He's provided sales and technical support for Compuware's Application Performance Management solutions since 2000. His diverse experience includes development on both distributed and mainframe platforms and working in the operations research field.
Conference attendees can visit Booth 322 to see a demo of Compuware APM for Mainframe. The solution combines patented PurePath Technology, which traces and reports on all user transactions, from the browser to the mainframe, with Compuware Strobe for deep-dive analysis to provide a complete solution for managing performance.