In DB2 9.5 for Linux, UNIX and Windows the Workload Management Feature (WLM) was introduced. Besides the obvious capability of managing workloads it added a whole bunch of new monitoring possibilities. These new options provide great ability to focus database monitoring on the really important point
As DB2 reaches its 30th anniversary and IDUG reaches its 25th anniversary, I’ve thought about many DB2 tips and best practices that have been incorporated by companies, projects and applications that have led to great successes. The ones that have been most common and have had the greatest impact a
Long time DB2 guru and IDUG contributor Craig Mullins has put together a DB2 "starter for ten" for three categories of DB2 people : DBAs, developers and managers.
You can see and hear Craig’s presentation on the IDUG Tech Talk channel here:
In this preview of a presentation to be given at the forthcoming IDUG EMEA Conference in Barcelona, IBM's David Kalmuk provides a quick overview of how to sandbox multiple workloads using the WLM Dispatcher technology first introduced in DB2 for LUW 10.1.
In this session, Melanie will present analogies and insider advice to help you improve performance, availability, reliability, recovery and usability. Come learn new ideas, tips and enhancements that you need to know when using various DB2 LUW Utilities.