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A07 - Exploiting zIIP Capacity with DB2 for z/OS

Topic: DB2 for z/OS

Subtopic: 2015



The System z Integrated Information Processor (zIIP) became generally available in 2006 with the z9® architecture. It was introduced to provide a way to have new workload run on the mainframe, by allowing certain workloads to run on the zIIP capacity, without that capacity incurring IBM software costs. This presentation will provide an update on all of the ways DB2 for z/OS exploits the zIIP processor. Monitoring of DB2 and zIIP usage will also be discussed so that the attendee can best understand how to recognize the impact of exploiting zIIP capabilities.



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