October 25 Webcast: Optimizing your performance with DB2-UDB for

Cathy Peck

October 25 Webcast: Optimizing your performance with DB2-UDB for
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From: Kevin Ondriezek" <[login to unmask email]>

I hope you will attend this important Webcast on October 25 for DB2-UDB for
z/OS V8 performance.

Title: Optimizing your performance with DB2-UDB for z/OS Version 8

Available: October 25, 2005 - 11 a.m., Eastern Daylight Time. Replay will
be available.

Audience: Database Managers, DBAs, System Programmers, Performance
Specialists

Technical Level: Intermediate

Join this webcast to see how DB2 UDB for z/OS Version 8 can optimize your
performance and what performance improvements we have seen in the
laboratory. This webcast will discuss performance measurements and the
range of improvements for application and query performance. See how to use
less CPU time and get faster response.

We will discuss many improvements in optimization, including improved
ability to use indexes, ability to have the optimizer use previously
computed information, improved statistics for better optimization and
improved techniques. Techniques to fetch and insert multiple rows can save
up to 50% of the cpu time. There are great new opportunities for
improvements with new indexing and partitioning options, improved storage
structure with 64 bit virtual storage and ways to improve IO. This
information is provided and presented by the DB2 development performance
department.

Speakers:

Register now at http://www.ibm.com/software/zseries/webcast/oct25

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