IBM Single System View Monitor for DB2 is a system for quickly and efficiently monitoring a complex DB2 Distributed Partitioning Feature (DPF) environment. It provides a unified 'single system view' of a multi-partition DB2 database that can be used to quickly identify either partition-specific or global problems in the system.
Perform a variety of functions on PDF files. These include (but are not limited to) adding page numbers, stamps, merging, overlay, extracting pages, extract/fill-in field data, extracting/replacing/resizing images, highlighting text, extracting/editing bookmarks, SMTP emailing the output, adding/extracting attachments, resizing pages, and encryption/password protection. This is a compiled command line program that runs stand alone.
LPAR (graphical logical partition) is a Java based GUI monitor for the system p5 server that allows the status of CPU and memory resources used by one or more LPARs to be monitored side by side. The user can monitor these various OS LPARs side by side to watch for problems or trends in CPU and memory utilization.
The Centralized User Management Virtualization Engine provides on-demand systems management via a single, consolidated interface using IBM's Virtualization Engine. The user interface, delivered as part of the Virtualization Engine console, allows administrators to manage distributed users in a consistent manner.
Kerberized Apps consists of TELNET, FTP, and RSH/RCP clients and servers packaged for VAS- enabled platforms. These tools give users the benefits of single sign-on for the more traditional remote access tools. It is derived from the apps component of Heimdal Kerberos and was formerly known as VAS Apps.
Multi-Dimensional Clustering (MDC) Table Size Estimator for DB2 is an application that can be used to optimally estimate space requirements based on table statistics and MDC parameters. It has the ability to use one or more clustering dimensions, which speeds up the query process and frees users from the burdens of converting a table to MDC on AIX and Windows.