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Monitoring and troubleshooting distributed access to DB2 for z/OS (B03)

Topic: 2010 EMEA

Subtopic: DB2 for z/OS



DATE: 2010-11-8 (16:00 - 17:00)
SPEAKERS: Cristian Molaro (MConsulting Bvba)

With today's complex n-tier architectures and heterogeneous applications and platforms, optimization and availability can be a challenge, in addition, the ways on which DB2 communicates with its distributed clients is evolving and presents new challenges for monitoring and troubleshooting.This presentation will explore and provide hints and tips on how to monitor and troubleshoot distributed access to DB2 for z/OS.

EXP. LEVEL: Intermediate

OBJECTIVES:

To describe the architecture involved in distributed access to DB2 for z/OS for a monitoring and troubleshooting point of view.

To describe the DB2 for z/OS settings that have an special impact on performance and availability and how to monitor them.

To describe real world scenarios an examples of monitoring and solving problems using ready available tools.

Provide tips and advice on what to monitor and how to detect performance and/or availability degradations in the context of a distributed access to DB2 for z/OS.

After this presentation, attendees would be able to do a sanity check against its DB2 infrastructure looking for opportunities for improving performance, monitoring and troubleshooting capabilities.



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