Macro 4 showcases new web dashboard for IBM mainframe application performance tracking at GSE UK Conference

SUPERMON for Tubes lets mainframe administrators monitor application performance using any PC or mobile device with a web browser.

Crawley, UK, October 29, 2015 – Macro 4, a division of UNICOM® Global, will be showcasing its new web-based dashboard for monitoring IBM mainframe application performance at the GSE UK Conference on 3-4 November 2015. The new software, SUPERMON for Tubes, makes it easier to track and maintain service levels for IBM mainframe applications by allowing administrators to monitor key performance metrics such as application response times and user activity using any PC or mobile device with a web browser.

SUPERMON for Tubes is an integrated performance dashboard for Macro 4’s Tubes mainframe session management solution which gives mainframe users secure web-enabled access to IBM 3270 applications. As well as displaying a variety of real-time metrics, the performance tracking solution provides the functionality to analyze historical trends, perform data extrapolation, compare multiple time slices, set warning thresholds, and trigger exception notifications.

“Tubes and SUPERMON for Tubes are just two of the solutions visitors to GSE UK can find out about on our stand, where this year the main focus will be on ways in which we can help them modernize their mainframe applications and development environments,” said Keith Banham, Mainframe R&D Manager at Macro 4.

About Macro 4

Macro 4, a division of UNICOM Global, develops software solutions that accelerate business transformation. Macro 4’s cross-platform enterprise information management solutions make it easy for companies to go digital, personalize customer communications and unlock the value of their corporate content. Macro 4 solutions for DevOps, session management and performance optimization are used by many of the world’s largest enterprises to modernize their mainframe applications and development processes.

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