Topic: DB2 for z/OS
In 2003, I delivered a presentation at IDUG conferences titled, "Put Your Database on a Diet," which described various techniques to reduce the CPU and disk space consumption of a DB2 for z/OS workload. In the 10 years since, new DB2 for z/OS efficiency-boosting techniques have emerged. I will be highlighting several of these in this presentation, including methods of index trimming and upgrading, buffer pool configuration optimization, thread management, memory management, and SQL statement tuning.
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