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The information of this workshop is based on the IBM Redbooks publications DB2 10 for z/OS Technical Overview, SG24-7892 and DB2 10 for z/OS Performance Topics, SG24-7942. It will help you evaluate the contents of DB2 10 for z/OS both in terms of functions and performance and it will provide the type of information needed to start justifying and planning a migration. It describes the measurements implemented by the DB2 Performance Department and highlights the key performance functions setting the right expectations. A brief introduction to the next version of DB2 and a description of the DB2 Analytic Accelerator V3.1 are also provided.
This workshops is not a general DB2 performance and monitoring class and it is not a transition class about all DB2 10 functions.
The workshop provides an overview of functions of DB2 10 for z/OS and describes the major performance features available out of the box and with user set up. The contents are presented in three days as follows:
1 - DB2 10 At a Glance
2 - Subsystem
3 - Synergy with z platform
4 - Table space design options
5 - Sample workloads
6 - SQL
7 - Application enablement
8 - Distributed environment
9 - Utilities
10 - Security
11 - Installation and migration
12 - Monitoring and tooling
13 - Query Accelerator
About the instructor:
Paolo Bruni is a DB2 Information Management Project Leader at the International Technical Support Organization based in the Silicon Valley Lab. He has authored several IBM Redbooks publications about DB2 for z/OS and related tools and has conducted workshops and seminars worldwide. During Paolo's many years with IBM, in development and in the field, his work has been mostly related to database systems.
General DB2 9 for z/OS skills
DB2 for z/OS performance monitoring and tuning notions
IT Architects, IT Specialists, Operations Professionals, Application Developers