Tivoli Data Warehouse Version 1.3: Planning and Implementation

An IBM Redbooks publication

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Published on April 13, 2005

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ISBN-10: 0738491713
ISBN-13: 9780738491714
IBM Form #: SG24-6343-00


Authors: Vasfi Gucer, Wolfgang Bergbauer, Marcel Berkhout, Thomas Bodenheimer and Andre Mello

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    Abstract

    With IBM Tivoli Data Warehouse, you can analyze historical trends from various Tivoli and customer applications. The Tivoli Data Warehouse infrastructure enables a set of extract, transform, and load (ETL) utilities to extract and move data from Tivoli application data stores to a central repository.

    This IBM Redbooks publication focuses on planning, installation, customization, use, maintenance, and troubleshooting topics related to the new features of Tivoli Data Warehouse Version 1.3. This is done using a number of case study scenarios and warehouse packs.

    This book has a comprehensive chapter about how to optimize the overall performance of a Tivoli Data Warehouse implementation, which focuses on DB2 optimization techniques and remote warehouse agents.

    Also included with the book is a sizing spreadsheet that will help you determine the database sizing requirements of Tivoli Data Warehouse and various warehouse packs.

    Finally, this book provides handy information and tips about troubleshooting Tivoli Data Warehouse.

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1. Introducing Tivoli Data Warehouse V1.3

    Chapter 2. Planning a Data Warehouse Project

    Chapter 3. Tivoli Data Warehouse design considerations

    Chapter 4. Sizing Tivoli Data Warehouse V1.3

    Chapter 5. Getting Tivoli Data Warehouse V1.3 up and running

    Chapter 6. IBM Tivoli NetView warehouse pack

    Chapter 7. Performance maximization techniques

    Chapter 8. Troubleshooting

    Chapter 9. IBM DB2 UDB administration for Tivoli Data Warehouse

    Appendix A. Additional material

     

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