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An Indepth Technical Look at DB2 pureScale (C05)

Topic: 2010 NA

Subtopic: DB2 for LUW



DATE: 2010-05-12 (08:30 AM - 09:30 AM)
SPEAKERS: Matthew Huras (IBM Toronto Lab)

DB2 pureScale is DB2's newest feature aimed at providing practically unlimited capacity, continuous availability and application transparent scaling, over a data sharing architecture.    Matt Huras is pureScale's lead architect.  In this session he will describe  pureScale's value propositions in availability and scalability, as well as the key design points that support these value propositions.    Matt will cover pureScale's scalability attributes, how it exploits low-latency communication fabrics, as well as remote direct memory access (RDMA).   He will cover how pureScale automatically detects component failures, and recovers from them automatically while maintaining database service from other, computers.   He will also cover how pureScale maintains availability during system life cycle management events.   In addition, the session will describe how pureScale automatically load balances work across multiple computers, and how to configure and monitor a pureScale database.

EXP. LEVEL: Intermediate

OBJECTIVES:

Introduction to DB2 pureScale

DB2 pureScale design for scalability

DB2 pureScale design for availability

DB2 pureScale configuration and setup

DB2 pureScale monitoring



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