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DB2 Autonomics - Autopilot for the DBA (D12)

Topic: 2008 NA

Subtopic: DB2 for LUW



DATE: 2008-05-21 (04:00 PM - 05:00 PM)
SPEAKERS: Jayesh Thakrar (Intersect Solutions)

The 1990s saw a lot of movement towards decentralization and distributed systems. Servers, databases and applications started springing all over. This put the scalability of system administrators, DBAs, programmers, etc to test. Consequently over the past few years now, we are seeing the reversal of de-centralization -viz. consolidation and virtualization. Increasingly over time, scalability of the human factor is becoming critical since it is one of the most expensive resources. In the past, where a few tens of databases was considered the limit of managability for a DBA, we are now seeing that limit stretched to a few hundred databases.DB2 autonomics is a set of features and functionality that either aid in or takeover some of the day-to-day and mundane tasks of a DBA allowing him to manage more databases reliably, effectively, efficiently and consistently.In this presentation, we will look into the various autonomic features of DB2 LUW and provide some best practices.

EXP. LEVEL: Beginner,Intermediate

OBJECTIVES:

Describe the autonomic features of DB2 LUW

Describe the role of DB2 DAS in the Autonomics framework

Show how to implement the Autonomic features using GUI as well as DB2 CLP

Present some of the best practices to implement DB2 Autonomics for recoverability, availability and performance

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