The Steps to Creating New Workload Recommendations - Teradata Workload Analyzer

Teradata Workload Analyzer User Guide

Product
Teradata Workload Analyzer
Release Number
15.00
Language
English (United States)
Last Update
2018-09-27
Product Category
Teradata Tools and Utilities

The Steps to Creating New Workload Recommendations

The new workload recommendation process involves five major steps:

  • “Step 1: Defining An Initial Set of Workloads” on page 38
  • Define an initial set of workloads by grouping one or more accounts, users, applications, or profiles.

  • “Step 2: Refining and Analyzing Recommended Workloads” on page 49 and “Using Deep Drill-Down and Refinement for Workload Analysis” on page 82
  • [Optional] Analyze workloads, using one or more deeper levels of analysis to potentially provide multi-level classifications on additional “who,” “where,” or “what” criteria parameters.

  • “Step 3: Defining Service Level Goals to Get the Most Out of Reports” on page 74
  • Recommend service level goals for the workloads.

  • “Step 4: Mapping Workloads to Allocation Groups” on page 76
  • Develop Priority Scheduler Mapping recommendations and weights for each workload definition.

  • “Step 5: Creating the Workloads” on page 80
  • Save the analysis results by creating a new workload.