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Overview

CA Mainframe Application Tuner (CA MAT) is designed to identify the root causes of application performance inefficiencies in your mainframe application modules.

CA MAT can help improve your application response times and identify areas where you can lower CPU consumption.

CA MAT can help your performance management teams proactively identify problems by automatically finding and prioritizing concealed tuning opportunities, initiating measurements and analyzing the results.

CA MAT features an intuitive Eclipse-based GUI that you can customize according to your needs, enabling you to group related modules for quicker referencing. It delivers application-specific delay information to help you fix problems—as well as anticipate and avoid bottlenecks before they occur. This mainframe testing solution helps organizations get proactive with mainframe performance tuning as well as:

  • Pinpoint code inefficiencies.
  • Improve customer service.
  • Meet SLAs.

Compuware Strobe is the industry-leading mainframe application performance management and analysis solution for mainframe applications. With Strobe, IT departments can pinpoint application inefficiencies that cause excessive CPU consumption, elongated elapsed times and reduce hardware and software costs while increasing customer satisfaction.

With Strobe, mainframe teams can:

  • Locate and improve resource-consumptive database calls
  • Identify tuning opportunities to reduce monthly software licensing costs (MLC)
  • Resolve performance issues before they impact application service levels
  • Apply analytics to captured data to produce reports showing high-resource consumption and applications that need tuning
  • Measure activity of both online and batch-processing applications in single and multiple- system environments
  • Identify several I/O problems, including inefficient VSAM file buffering
  • Create and schedule automatic, reusable measurements
  • Automatically detect performance problems by using a rolling average of CPU consumption and elapsed-time metrics
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Blue Hill Data ServicesChunghwa Telecom, Helvetia, Comerica Bank, Erste Group, Bank of Ireland, Southern Farm Bureau Casualty Insurance Company (SFBCIC)
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CA Mainframe Application Tuner is ranked 8th in Mainframe Testing Tools while Compuware Strobe is ranked 29th in Application Performance Management (APM) with 1 review. CA Mainframe Application Tuner is rated 0.0, while Compuware Strobe is rated 8.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Compuware Strobe writes "Stable with a good database and a good interface". CA Mainframe Application Tuner is most compared with IBM Application Performance Analyzer for zOS and IBM File Manager, whereas Compuware Strobe is most compared with IBM Application Performance Analyzer for zOS, Dynatrace, IBM Application Performance Management and CA InterTest.

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