It has always been very important to understand when any changes in your database's configuration are made – some changes can have huge consequences. This article presents a methodology for monitoring your databases' configuration and detecting when changes have been made.
Database administration refers to a set of tasks that is related to the setup, configuration and maintenance of a database and/or its software. Understanding and defining the different tasks and roles within database administration is critical; learn about best practices for a modern company.
This is a follow-on entry to a previous one discussing how workload management and DB2 pureScale get along... it contains a first draft of a proposal for a workload management paradigm aimed at homogeneous workloads (e.g. OLTP)