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Ted MacNeil

Ted MacNeil is a capacity/performance analyst with more than 25 years in the IBM mainframe environment. He also has been involved in acquisitions, configuration and disaster management. He has a strong storage management background, right from the inception of his career. He's done many technical evaluations, and has had to explain that technology to non-technical personnel. He has also (occasionally) written ISPF dialogues to support his own day-to-day functions. Ted can be reached at

Articles by Ted MacNeil

Lessons Learned on Workload Manager | January 2008 | MAINFRAME

Digging Into the Bag of ISPF Tricks | November 2006 | MAINFRAME

Data Classification for the Masses | September 2006 | MAINFRAME

LPAR and PR/SM | July 2006 | MAINFRAME

Disaster Planning Pays Big Dividends | July 2006 | MAINFRAME

Don't Let Back-Ups Back You Up | June 2006 | MAINFRAME

SMS: The Discipline | March 2006 | MAINFRAME

Configuration Management for Dummies | November 2005 | MAINFRAME

Exploring Common Software Asset Management Issues | July 2005 | MAINFRAME

The Case for Capacity Planning | March 2005 | MAINFRAME

Don't Be Misled By MIPS | November 2004 | MAINFRAME