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IBM iDoctor for beginners

I want to introduce IBM iDoctor tool to people who does not know it. Few years ago, I didn’t know the tool either, and I’ve heard lot of wired stories what the aim is. These days, I can’t live without it, and every single serious performance analysis starts with the tool. I want to show you in very simple steps how to do a basic analysis. Not sure if you know, but the tool is available with 45-days free trial. So, you can give a try without paying a single penny, or ordering an expensive consultant. Read more of this post

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(Updated) Meltdown & Spectre performance impact on IBMi and IBM Power Systems

Not sure if there is anyone in IT world who has not heard about latest vulnerabilities in the modern chips. In this post I cover performance impact caused by fixes on IBM Power Systems and and IBM i OS.

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