DB2 for z/OS – How Does Distributed Client Dynamic Workload Balancing Work?

DB2 for z/OS data sharing infrastructure helps us to achieve a highly available solution. This is achieved through the implementation of a fault tolerant infrastructure and performance management in part assisted by Workload Manager (WLM).

This article sheds a little light on the inner workings of dynamic workload balancing of distributed connections, and how this can benefit the performance, scalability and availability of your DB2 for z/OS solutions. You can find the article in the IDUG Content Library here.

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