[AD/2] DB2 z/OS - DB2 infos links

Max Scarpa

[AD/2] DB2 z/OS - DB2 infos links
Hi all

Curious, I was just thinking to post, as Roy, a link to a vendor (so the
half AD) but related to some performance/tuning papers, sometimes related
to DB2 (something similar to Joel Goldstein's web site), sometimes related
to z/OS. Please see this post as indicating an interesting (in my opinion)
place for papers.

For example today I received ' Collecting DB2 metrics in SMF - Part 1' .
The links are:

http://www.epvtech.com/resources/publications.html

http://www.epvtech.com/resources/newsletter.html

The company is EPV Technologies, a well know company in Italy selling
performance/tuning tools and more (and doing a good job as far as I can
hear from their customers).

Max Scarpa








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Philip Sevetson

Re: [AD/2] DB2 z/OS - DB2 infos links
(in response to Max Scarpa)
Max,

Thanks for spotting these. They look valuable, and I anticipate diving into them.

Phil Sevetson

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Subject: [DB2-L] [AD/2] DB2 z/OS - DB2 infos links

Hi all

Curious, I was just thinking to post, as Roy, a link to a vendor (so the half AD) but related to some performance/tuning papers, sometimes related to DB2 (something similar to Joel Goldstein's web site), sometimes related to z/OS. Please see this post as indicating an interesting (in my opinion) place for papers.

For example today I received ' Collecting DB2 metrics in SMF - Part 1' . The links are:

http://www.epvtech.com/resources/publications.html

http://www.epvtech.com/resources/newsletter.html

The company is EPV Technologies, a well know company in Italy selling performance/tuning tools and more (and doing a good job as far as I can hear from their customers).

Max Scarpa







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