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Daily Recovery Time Analysis with Recovery HealthCheck (G08)

Topic: 2007 EU

Subtopic: DB2 for z/OS



DATE: 2007-11-6 (16:45 - 17:45)
SPEAKERS: Ulf Heinrich (SOFTWARE ENGINEERING)

Ever wondered how long the recovery of an object might take and whether your SLAs are compliant? According to the DB2 documentation, recovery is only a matter of restore, log read, and log apply. This presentation gives you an insight into how Recovery HealthCheck correlates system data gathered by precise benchmarks with object information in order to effortlessly achieve reliable Recovery Time Objectives (RTO) on the partition level. Customer examples give you an impression how the tool's fast interpolation of exhaustive benchmarks makes it possible to determine RTOs on any object whenever you like. Enriched with recovery relevant system checks, Recovery HealthCheck is a powerful tool to supervise enterprise critical databases. Key performance indicators (KPI) are provided that represent the true quality of actual recovery prerequisites needed to satisfy audit requirements.

EXP. LEVEL: Intermediate

OBJECTIVES:

Recovery relevant factors (DSNZPARMs, Coupling Facility, etc.)

I/O estimates to assess throughput and performance

RTO interpolation at a glance

Automatic data assessment to implement risk reporting

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