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IDUG DB2 Tech Conference Presentation Archive

Below are links to download IDUG DB2 Tech Conference Presentations. NOTE: These are only open to members of IDUG. If you are not a member, please CLICK HERE for more information.

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Chris Crone SQL PL for DB2 on Z Details
Florence Dubois Starter's guide to REAL memory management Details
Florence Dubois DB2 for z/OS and DASD-Based Disaster Recovery: Blowing Away the Myths Details
Hans Siebrand PureScale - putting the pieces together for a pureScale implementation Details
Hema Gopal DB2 Adapter for z/OS - Let’s Get Plugged-In Details
Jane Man DB2 for z/OS Mobile Application using RESTful APIs from z/OS Connect Details
Jane Man Spark Analytic for XML and new XML Enhancements in DB2 for z/OS Details
Jane Man JSON enhancements and customer use cases in DB2 for z/OS Details
John McKinnon Analytics on a Mainframe? Are You For Real (Time)? Details
Kelly Schlamb Which Load is Right for Me? A Primer on Load and Data Movement Options for DB2 in the Cloud (dashDB and DB2 on Cloud) Details
Les King IBM's Next Generation Platform and the Common Analytic Engine Details
Les King BigInsights 4.2 and latest Big SQL and Spark Updates Details
Paul Murray Joining Data - A Performance Marriage from Heaven or a Divorce Waiting to Happen. Details
Phil Grainger A DB2 Workload Tuning Methodology Details
Phil Grainger How to save REAL dollars with SQL Tuning Details
Phillip Downey Understand DB2 BLU technologies in V11 Details
Phillip Downey Hybrid Cloud and DB2 Details
Saghi Amirsoleymani Data Server Manager Next Generation Database Tooling Details
Saghi Amirsoleymani What's New and Exciting with Data Studio: Data Server Manager Comes to z/OS Details
Steen Rasmussen Jail time, Bankruptcy – or Test Data Management – your choice ? Details
Steen Rasmussen FEEDBACK tables and PROFILES – is it a dream ? Details
Steve Thomas Using Statement Level Access Path Hints in DB2 10 and 11 for z/OS Details
Timothy Brown DB2 HADR for Critical, Highly Available and Data Investigation databases Details
Yun Cheol Ha DB2 Performance and Tuning - Time Spent Breakdown Details