Topic: DB2 for LUW
DATE: 2011-5-3 (12:45 PM - 01:45 PM)
SPEAKERS: philip gunning (GTS )
Attend this session to learn how to implement and exploit DB2 pureScale for Linux, UNIX and Windows. This session will cover pureScale architecture and terminology and will take you through the key concepts and components behind DB2 pureScale on AIX and IBM System X. Installation, configuration and exploitation of DB2 pureScale will be discussed.
EXP. LEVEL: Intermediate
Overview of DB2 pureScale Arhitecture, Background, Driving forces for Adoption, Putting it all together from a developer/DBA perspective
Discussion and role of key DB2 pureScale concepts and components
In depth look at the role of each pureScale component-- Coupling Facility-- Group Buffer pool-- Locking mechanism-- tie breaker
Performance, Scalability, and Availability Capacity on demand
Member failure, pureScale response, re-integration
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