Using the IBM System Storage N Series with Databases

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Published on August 21, 2007, updated August 24, 2007

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ISBN-10: 0738489166
ISBN-13: 9780738489162
IBM Form #: SG24-7292-00


Authors: Alex Osuna, Arthur Li, Sanjay Adhikary, Roger E. Sanders, Mika Nikolopoulou,Claudio Alves De Oliveira

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    Abstract

    This IBM® Redbooks® publication discusses how to optimize the IBM System Storage™ N series products with some of the major commercially available databases available to customers today. Topics include installation, performance, monitoring, and management when using the IBM System Storage N series with IBM DB2® , Microsoft® SQL, and Oracle® . We also cover best practices and tips for using the IBM System Storage N series with these major database applications.

    Table of Contents

    Part 1. Introduction to the IBM System Storage N series

    Chapter 1. Using IBM System Storage N series and databases

    Chapter 2. Introduction to Data ONTAP

    Part 2. Introduction to enterprise databases

    Chapter 3. Introduction to IBM DB2 Universal Database

    Chapter 4. Introduction to the Oracle Database

    Chapter 5. Introduction to Microsoft SQL Server

    Part 3. Using N series and MSSQL

    Chapter 6. Preparing IBM System Storage N series for MS Windows & MSSQL

    Chapter 7. Managing Microsoft SQL Server with IBM System Storage N series

    Chapter 8. High Availability with MSSQL and N series

    Chapter 9. Microsoft SQL Server diagnostics and monitoring with IBM System Storage N series

    Part 4. Using the IBM N series with IBM DB2

    Chapter 10. Design considerations and set up with DB2 and IBM System Storage N series

    Chapter 11. DB2 Continuous Availability with IBM System Storage N series

    Chapter 12. Cloning a DB2 UDB database in the IBM System Storage N series environment

    Chapter 13. DB2 and N series performance considerations

    Chapter 14. DB2 and AIX diagnostics and performance monitoring

    Part 5. Using IBM System Storage N series with Oracle

    Chapter 15. Backup, restore, and disaster recovery of Oracle using N series

    Chapter 16. NFS performance tuning for N series and Oracle Database

    Chapter 17. IBM Storage System N series best practice guidelines for Oracle

     

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