Articles & Content
Topic: 2008 NA
DATE: 2008-05-21 (04:00 PM - 05:00 PM)
SPEAKERS: Roxann Schulte (BMC Software)
The DBRC RECON data sets are a huge repository of recovery information. Anything that has happened to a database is stored in the RECONS and is valuable for recovery: both on site and disaster recovery scenarios. I am going to share with you what customers have told us they need to know from the RECONS to ensure recovery. I am also going to share information regarding RECON modification that is necessary to make disaster recovery possible.
EXP. LEVEL: Advanced
IMS DBAs and System Programmers will hear what is needed with DBRC to insure recovery.
IMS DBAs and System Programmers will hear how to prevent unrecoverability.
IMS DBAs and System Programmers will hear how to prevent lengthy outages.
IMS DBAs and System Programmers will hear how to prevent unnecessary consumption.
IMS DBAs and System Programmers will hear what DBRC RECON modifications need to be made for Disaster Recovery.
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