DB2 9 for z/OS Technical Overview
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Published 28 June 2007, updated 30 March 2010
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Authors: Paolo Bruni, Roy Cornford, Rafael Garcia, Sabine Kaschta, Ravi Kumar
IBM DATABASE 2 Version 9.1 for z/OS (DB2 9 for z/OS throughout this publication) is the thirteenth release of DB2 for MVS.
It brings improved synergy with the zSeries hardware and more opportunities to drive business value in the following areas:
-- Business insight innovations
- Rich hybrid support for relational and pure XML data.
- Enhanced support for key business partners that allow you to get more from your data in critical business disciplines like ERP.
- A brand new user interface for the Query Management Facility to view and analyze data from either a workstation client or an ordinary Web browser.
-- Cost savings through optimized innovations
- Streamlined security and regulatory compliance through the implementation of roles, network-trusted contexts, and enhanced auditing.
- Performance-boosting innovations such as load and reorg CPU reductions, improved varying length data, logging, and insert performance.
- Query management enhancements to make accessing data even faster and more accurate with indexing improvements.
-- Business resiliency innovations
- Database on demand capabilities to ensure that information design can be changed dynamically, often without database outages.
- DB2 restart improvements enhancing performance usability and availability in data sharing environment.
This book introduces the enhancements made available with DB2 9 for z/OS. It helps you understand the new functions, justify investment in migrating, and plan for exploiting the key new capabilities.
Table of contents
Chapter 1. DB2 9 for z/OS at a glance
Part 1. Subsystem functions
Chapter 2. Synergy with System z
Chapter 3. Scalability
Chapter 4. Availability
Chapter 5. Data sharing
Part 2. Application functions
Chapter 6. SQL
Chapter 7. Application enablement
Chapter 8. XML
Chapter 9. e-business and connectivity
Part 3. Operations and performance
Chapter 10. Security
Chapter 11. Utilities
Chapter 12. Installation and migration
Chapter 13. Performance
Appendix A. DB2 Tools for z/OS
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