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IBM Data Server Manager Overview and Performance Analysis
Analytics

Web Doc, published 4 Oct 2016

IBM® Data Server Manager is a web-based, integrated database management tools platform that manages IBM DB2® for Linux, UNIX, Windows, and IBM z/OS® databases. With IBM Data Server Manager, you can monitor, analyze, tune, and administer DB2 databases. This IBM Redbooks® Analytics Support web doc describes ways to do performance analysis that can be used to drill down into SQL performance to understand the underlying issues and take corrective measures to optimize the outcome. This document provides an overview of Data Server Manager and includes information that helps Data Server Manager ... [more]


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Assessing Hardware Failures on IBM PureData System for Analytics N2001, N2002, and N3001
Analytics

Web Doc, published 29 Sep 2016

This IBM Analytics Support Wed Doc describes possible hardware component failures on IBM PureData System for Analytics, their effect on the system, and its criticality and consequences if multiple components fail. This document also describes the architecture of IBM PureData System for Analytics to clarify the relationships between components. It also provides guidance on replacement scenarios. This information is intended to help users correctly respond to failures and open problem management records (PMR) with an accurate level of severity. This document provides information to help you ... [more]


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Changing Physical Disk Storage in IBM DB2 pureScale: A Practical Example
Data Management

Web Doc, published 22 Sep 2016, last updated 26 Sep 2016

IBM® DB2® pureScale® provides continuous availability with multiple active servers that share a common set of disk storage subsystems. DB2 pureScale includes multiple components for high availability (HA), such as IBM Tivoli® System Automation (TSA) and IBM General Parallel File System (IBM GPFS™) for clustered file systems. Like any component in an IT infrastructure, DB2 pureScale eventually might require a migration to meet the demands of upgraded hardware and software. Database administrators, operating system administrators, and system administrators working with DB2 pureScale in ... [more]


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IBM BigInsights Security Implementation: Part 1 Introduction to Security Architecture
Analytics

Web Doc, published 25 Aug 2016

Big data analytics involves processing large amounts of data that cannot be handled by conventional systems. The IBM® BigInsights® platform processes large amounts of data by breaking the computation into smaller tasks that can be distributed onto several nodes. As this platform is shared by users in different roles (developers, analysts, data scientists, and testers), it introduces the challenge of provisioning access and authorization to the cluster and securing the data. Big data platforms are an amalgamation of several individual components that are still evolving, and are based on the ... [more]


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IBM PureData System for Analytics: Improving Query Performance by Tuning Netezza Optimizer Through Postgres Configuration

Web Doc, published 23 Jun 2016

The IBM® PureData® System for Analytics, powered by Netezza® technology (“IBM Netezza”), is a data warehouse appliance that features a purpose-built analytics engine. Netezza generates a query plan for all queries that run on the system. The query plan describes the optimal execution query path as determined by the query optimizer component, which relies on statistics that are available about the database objects that are involved in the query. The Netezza query optimizer is a cost-based optimizer; that is, it determines the cost for the various execution alternatives and chooses the path ... [more]


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