Find and fix problems through rapid analysis of all operational data

IBM® Operations™ Analytics - Log Analysis (formally IBM SmartCloud Analytics - Log Analysis) lets you analyze the full breadth of operational data types to help identify, isolate and resolve problems. The software integrates data from multiple sources including logs, events, metrics, support documents and trouble tickets.

IBM Operations Analytics - Log Analysis helps you:

Reduce time required for root cause analysis

Leverage diagnostic expertise

Improve overall service availability

Mainframe Platform Support - zLinux

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IBM Operations Analytics – Log Analysis is a Game Changer for us, we can now analyze our log files faster for better customer insights and intelligence.

per Barclays Bank

IBM Operations -Log Analytics with ERP insight pack helps business users find the root cause of the problem in minutes versus the manual passing and co-relation which used to take long hours for problem determination.

per KPIT Cummins

IBM SmartCloud Analytics - Log Analysis

Find and fix problems through rapid analysis of all operational data

Hardware requirements
The hardware requirements vary according to the rate of data ingested and the historical retention period.

Minimum requirements (sized for 100 Gb/day - 7 days of retention)
IBM Operations Analytics - Log Analysis server:

Software requirements

 The following operating systems are supported:

Sample configuration for Linux on System z (sized for 10 GB/day - 10 days of retention)
This scenario assumes that you install two logical partitions (LPARs) and that the LPARs stream 5 GBs of data each day.

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