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A practical guide to storage tiering with DB2 for z/OS (G13)

Topic: 2010 NA

Subtopic: DB2 for z/OS



DATE: 2010-5-14 (08:30 AM - 09:30 AM)
SPEAKERS: Paul Pendle (EMC)

Nowadays, DBAs are presented with multiple different storage options upon which to deploy DB2 systems. The options offer varying performance, availability and economics. The optimal selection for a given DB2 for z/OS system may not be obvious. Moreover, as application usage changes over time, moving to different choice of storage can be challenging. This presentation discusses practical ways to implement a tiered storage architecture with DB2 for z/OS and presents a view of how this may be handled in the future.

EXP. LEVEL: Advanced

OBJECTIVES:

Understanding the tiered storage model

Understanding skew and persistence in data access

Practical methods of full volume tiering with DB2 for z/OS

Understanding partial volume tiering - the real requirements

A view of the future for the storage tiering model



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