June 26, 2007 Alex Woodie
With the new user-based pricing scheme introduced this spring, sizing a new System i box has gotten a lot more complicated. For starters, while you may know exactly how many users need access to your i5/OS applications, how do you count how many concurrent user licenses you need? Also, how can you be sure the new entry-level 515, with its limitation on disks, can deliver the performance you need? A new release of Performance Navigator from Midrange Performance Group can answer these questions–and more!
Performance Navigator, or PerfNav, is a Windows-based capacity planning tool for System i servers. The software