[AD] IBM class Application Performance NYC 12/13-17

Larry Kintisch

[AD] IBM class Application Performance NYC 12/13-17
Hi Listers,

I've been teaching IBM Technical Education DB2 classes [as a
contract instructor] since 1991. Many of you may have missed the
chance to learn the ways to tune a DB2 application, or may have new
staff members or managers that lack this training. The IBM class that
teaches these concepts is CV960 "DB2 9 for z/OS Application
Performance and Tuning."

I'll be teaching it at the Jack Morton facility in New York City
and also on-line "Live Virtual" on December 13-17, 2010 and there are
seats remaining...it's guaranteed to run, but you must ACT QUICKLY TO
REGISTER. Contact Jack Morton at: 800-462-0102 [
http://learning.jackmorton.com/pages/schedule.aspx?CCode=CV960
click on the Enroll link ]. Visiting New York City during this
holiday season is a delight and spending a weekend before or after
class as a sightseer, shopper or theatre-goer will be quite memorable.

You'll leave the class really understanding what's going on inside
DB2 as it answers your SQL query with a range of important
performance enhancing skills: index design and index trade-offs, how
to live with the optimizer (avoid pitfalls, help when necessary); how
to avoid locking problems; how to use EXPLAIN [with labs] and explore
accounting traces to find significant performance problems in an
operational application. We discuss huge batch jobs and how CPU usage
can be reduced, as well as the issues of immense data warehouse
queries and summary tables. [For more information
see:
http://www-304.ibm.com/jct03001c/services/learning/ites.wss/us/en?pageType=course_description&courseCode=CV960
]


For those of you who work near or in New York City, the class is
held in midtown on Madison Avenue near 56th street, a short walk from
the 4,5,6,B,D,E,F,M,N,Q and R subways and Grand Central
Terminal. Commuters using the following lines connect via a bus or
subway to the training site: AMTRAK, LIRR and NJ Transit riders to
Penn Station; bus commuters to the 40th Street Port Authority
terminal; and PATH to 33rd St at 6th Ave. [directions and
hotels: http://learning.jackmorton.com/locations/NewYork.aspx ]

If travel budget is limited, IBM's business partner Jack Morton
Technical Education gives you the flexibility to get trained without
the travel hassle and T & L expense using cutting-edge
technology. The class is offered concurrently with vTrain, an
internet-based live training solution accessible from anywhere! I'll
be teaching live students in the classroom, and we'll all do
exercises and IBM eLABS with shared remote desktops for help with
labs. [vtrain info: http://learning.jackmorton.com/pages/sales.aspx ]

Contact me off-line if you have any questions. LKint {at}
verizon.net SKYPE: lhkint (h): 845-353-0885 [NYC area EST]


Larry Kintisch Pres., ABLE Information Services

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Larry Kintisch

[AD] IBM class Application Performance NYC 12/13-17
(in response to Larry Kintisch)
Hi Listers, ***Last chance to register***

I've been teaching IBM Technical Education DB2 classes [as a
contract instructor] since 1991. Many of you may have missed the
chance to learn the ways to tune a DB2 application, or may have new
staff members or managers that lack this training. The IBM class that
teaches these concepts is CV960 "DB2 9 for z/OS Application
Performance and Tuning."

I'll be teaching it at the Jack Morton facility in New York City
and also on-line "Live Virtual" on December 13-17, 2010 and there are
seats remaining...it's guaranteed to run, but you must ACT QUICKLY TO
REGISTER. Contact Jack Morton at: 800-462-0102 [
http://learning.jackmorton.com/pages/schedule.aspx?CCode=CV960
click on the Enroll link ]. Visiting New York City during this
holiday season is a delight and spending a weekend before or after
class as a sightseer, shopper or theatre-goer will be quite memorable.

You'll leave the class really understanding what's going on inside
DB2 as it answers your SQL query with a range of important
performance enhancing skills: index design and index trade-offs, how
to live with the optimizer (avoid pitfalls, help when necessary); how
to avoid locking problems; how to use EXPLAIN [with labs] and explore
accounting traces to find significant performance problems in an
operational application. We discuss huge batch jobs and how CPU usage
can be reduced, as well as the issues of immense data warehouse
queries and summary tables. [For more information
see:
http://www-304.ibm.com/jct03001c/services/learning/ites.wss/us/en?pageType=course_description&courseCode=CV960
]


For those of you who work near or in New York City, the class is
held in midtown on Madison Avenue near 56th street, a short walk from
the 4,5,6,B,D,E,F,M,N,Q and R subways and Grand Central
Terminal. Commuters using the following lines connect via a bus or
subway to the training site: AMTRAK, LIRR and NJ Transit riders to
Penn Station; bus commuters to the 40th Street Port Authority
terminal; and PATH to 33rd St at 6th Ave. [directions and
hotels: http://learning.jackmorton.com/locations/NewYork.aspx ]

If travel budget is limited, IBM's business partner Jack Morton
Technical Education gives you the flexibility to get trained without
the travel hassle and T & L expense using cutting-edge
technology. The class is offered concurrently with vTrain, an
internet-based live training solution accessible from anywhere! I'll
be teaching live students in the classroom, and we'll all do
exercises and IBM eLABS with shared remote desktops for help with
labs. [vtrain info: http://learning.jackmorton.com/pages/sales.aspx ]

Contact me off-line if you have any questions. LKint {at}
verizon.net SKYPE: lhkint (h): 845-353-0885 [NYC area EST]


Larry Kintisch Pres., ABLE Information Services

_____________________________________________________________________
* IDUG North America * Anaheim, California * May 2-6 2011 * http://IDUG.ORG/NA *
* Your only source for independent, unbiased, and trusted DB2 information. *
** The most DB2 technical sessions of any conference
** Access IBM experts and developers
_____________________________________________________________________

If you need to change settings, http://www.idug.org/cgi-bin/wa?A0=DB2-L is the home of IDUG's Listserv