“Co-Pilot is a flexible, reliable and cost-effective automation tool we have been using in our z/OS environments for many years. It provides a lot of room for customization, but keeps configuration simple and straightforward.”
Co-Pilot for z/OS
Co-Pilot is an automation tool designed to increase z/OS system application and resource availability. Co-Pilot improves operations to achieve a 24/7 automated environment.
Co-Pilot can be configured to:
Co-Pilot can also control the display characteristics of console messages.
Co-Pilot Run-time Environment
The Co-Pilot run-time environment consists of 3 components.
- CO-PILOT MASTER
This is the main server for controlling the rules and monitoring events within the z/OS system.
- CO-PILOT SUBSYSTEM
This is a subsystem that traps messages that have been marked for changing the display attributes. It also allows for a character substitution of the Co-Pilot MODIFY command.
- CO-PILOT TSO PROCESSORS
This is a set of TSO processor address spaces to execute TSO commands and REXX programs. The number of TSO processors is determined by the system startup options specified.