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Need to improve and optimize tasks related to operating an IT infrastructure that has been consolidated via the use of virtual environments and cloud technology?
JP1/Operations Analytics improves and optimizes tasks related to operating an IT infrastructure that has been consolidated via the use of virtual environments and cloud technology. Configuration information about the various components of your IT infrastructure (including the applications, servers, switches, and storage systems used by each business system) is automatically collected and displayed graphically. You can associate components with each other and view a visual representation of their relationships. JP1/Operations Analytics also makes it easy to create reports such as those that give an overview of the system operating status or provide useful information when you want to re-examine the allocation of resources. When a failure occurs, JP1/Operations Analytics displays information such as the impact of the failure on business systems and the causal relationships among problems that have occurred in applications and resources. Presented in an easy-to-understand format, this information helps you identify the cause of the failure. Suggested recovery methods and their possible side effects are also displayed, allowing you decide on the most appropriate way to resolve the failure.
Improved visualization of the system's operating status and configuration information
On the dashboard, you can monitor the operating status of the IT infrastructure, as well as the events that occur on JP1/Automatic Job Management System 3 servers and databases used by each business system. This allows you to easily understand the configuration of and relationships between resources. For example, you can check the virtual machines and physical servers to which a particular application is allocated.
Assisted report creation
By using JP1's assisted report creation content*, you can easily create reports on the system's operating status and reports to be used when you want to re-examine the allocation of resources.
* This content can be downloaded from the website for customers who have subscribed to our support services.
1. Detect failures and determine their severity
When a failure occurs, you can assess the operating statuses of business systems categorized by importance and identify the systems affected by the failure. Doing so can help you more accurately determine the severity of the failure and identify which business systems to prioritize for recovery.
2. Determine the impact of failures and notify the right people
By understanding the associations between IT infrastructure components (such as applications, servers, switches, and storage devices) and the business systems you manage, you can more easily assess the impact of failures and provide timely information about business systems to the people who need to know.
3. Investigate and analyze the cause of a failure
The information you need to investigate and analyze a failure is provided in an easy-to-understand format, making it easy to determine the cause of the failure.
4. Examine recovery methods
Check the suggested recovery methods and their side effects to determine the most appropriate action to take.