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Catching Bad Guys with DB2 - A Law Enforcement Case Study (H10)

Topic: 2009 NA

Subtopic: DB2 for LUW



DATE: 2009-5-14 (01:30 PM - 02:30 PM)
SPEAKERS: Fred Sobotka (FRS Consulting)

Maricopa County, AZ, one of the five most populous counties in the U.S., uses DB2 LUW as the mission-critical data engine for a variety of high-profile law enforcement, criminal justice, and public safety systems, including the award-winning ICJIS Justice Web Interface, a law enforcement data portal used 24x7 by many different agencies. County employees collaborated with a small team of consultants to implement several strategic applications that profoundly improved employee productivity and streamlined many aspects of policework. These new applications extended data access to webbrowsers and, in some cases, to smartphones and PDAs. This session will describe the software development approaches and enterpriseintegration patterns used to build and maintain these important systems.

EXP. LEVEL: Beginner,Intermediate

OBJECTIVES:

The case for integration in modern law enforcement systems, including examples of real-world data silos and the challenges they pose

Turning a web portal into a situation awareness console

Application architecture and database design patterns for maximum uptime (and public safety)

DB2 best practices for decentralized 24x7 environments

Handling and producing XML as part of an inter-agency ESB



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