The IDUG 2005 - Technical Symposium
< http://conferences.idug.org/techsymposium/2005/ > is the place to
be for top-notch educational content designed to help you leverage
your DB2 investment and increase your ROI.
Presented by several of the industry's leading DB2 experts, the
full- and half-day in-depth seminars offered at the Technical
Symposium will focus on the most pertinent information you need to
excel as a DB2 professional. The program offers something for
everyone, with DB2 for z/OS, Linux, Unix, Windows (LUW) and
cross-platform sessions at beginning, intermediate and advanced
Check out this impressive lineup of industry experts and the
* An ALL NEW "Things I Wish They'd Told Me 8 Years Ago, Part
9" - Bonnie Baker, Bonnie Baker Corporation
* DB2 for z/OS Recovery Primer - William Favero, IBM
* Transforming the Data Warehouse into a Platform for
Real-Time Business Intelligence - Jon Rubin, IBM; Sriram
* Security and Auditing for DB2 UDB LUW - Implementing Good
Security Practices and Addressing Audit Initiatives Such as
Sarbanes-Oxley - Ron Bennatan, Guardiam, Inc.
* Non-stop DB2 for HA and DR - Frankie Wong, Avokia, Inc.
* XML and Databases: Fundamentals You Can't Do Without -
Matthias Nicola, IBM
* Best Practice Strategic Performance Management for DB2 UDB
ESE - Boris Zibitsker, BEZ Systems; Lee Goddard, IBM
* Roadmaps for Improving Database Availability in V8 - Robert
Goodman, Florida Hospital
* DB2 EXPLAIN: A Roadmap to Faster SQL - Suresh Sane, DST
* XML on Demand: Publishing Relational Data as XML in DB2 -
Matthias Nicola, IBM
* Version 8 for z/OS Partitioning - Warts and All - Phil
Grainger, Computer Associates
* Measurement-Based Management of Static Access Paths - Terry
Berman, DST Systems, Inc.
Review the abstracts
< http://conferences.idug.org/techsymposium/2005/edu_seminars.cfm >
for each of the sessions offered at IDUG 2005 - Technical Symposium
on our conference web site. With its high-value DB2 training
combined with an affordable registration rate that requires minimal
time out of the office, IDUG 2005 - Technical Symposium is an event
you can't afford to miss! Visit the conference web site
< http://conferences.idug.org/techsymposium/2005/ > to learn more
about what the IDUG Technical Symposium has to offer you as a DB2
Have you made your reservations yet? If not, be sure to contact the
Radisson Toronto Harbourfront at +1.416.203.3333 or +1.800.333.3333.
When making your reservations, reference promotion code "IDUG", and
you will be issued the discounted IDUG rate as available.
See you in Toronto!
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