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Odessa Fennen

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Central PA Regional DB2 User Group
Date: Wednesday September 9, 2015
Place: Giant Super Food Store Community Room, 3301 Trindle Road, Camp Hill, PA 17011
Cost: FREE
Reservations: Email: Odessa Fennen - [login to unmask email]<mailto:[login to unmask email]>

Agenda for September 9, 2015
8:30-9:00 Breakfast & Announcements
Sponsored By Themis, Inc.

9:00-10:15 "DB2 11 for z/OS Utilities Update"
Presenter: Randy Ebersole, IBM
The IBM DB2 11 for z/OS Utilities Suites provides better availability and performance while using fewer system resources than previous releases. Major new changes include Online REORG with improved usability and reduced drain outages, RUNSTATS PROFILE usability and CPU reduction, LOAD elapsed time benefits through parallelism, and better RECOVER point-in-time capability across schema changes. In addition, there are numerous smaller items and support to exploit core function enhancements across DB2.

10:15-10:30 Break

10:30-11:45 "DB2 z/OS and Analytics - Why Move the Data"
Presenter: Randy Ebersole, IBM
So many companies handle a large percentage of their transactional and business critical workload and related data running on IBM z Systems. Then, be-cause of decisions that are made, the mainframe based data is moved to other platforms for analysis. So the question is, Why move the data? This presentation will walk through the considerations of leaving the mainframe data on the mainframe and eliminate the huge costs of moving the data to other platforms. Analytics of this mainframe based data will be discussed. The attendee will learn about the cost savings and general business value of this overall approach.

We are continuing hearing about the need for analytics all while we continue to work with DB2 z/OS and its continued data growth. So what does the does Big Data, DB2 for z/OS and Analytics picture look like? This presentation will show a view from a DB2 z/OS perspective that provides a perspective of exploiting IBM System z, save money and improve business processes.


11:45 -1:00 Lunch - Sponsored By: Themis, Inc.

1:00-2:15 "Successfully Converting a DPF warehouse to BLU"
Presenter: Leo Pedron, LJP Consulting/Gunning Technology Solutions, LLC

2:15-2:30 Closing









Ralph Papa

Central PA Regional DB2 User Group - September 9, 2015 Sign up
(in response to Odessa Fennen)
Odessa

There will be 5 of us attending the meeting

thx

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Central PA Regional DB2 User Group
Date: Wednesday September 9, 2015
Place: Giant Super Food Store Community Room, 3301 Trindle Road, Camp Hill, PA 17011
Cost: FREE
Reservations: Email: Odessa Fennen - [login to unmask email]<mailto:[login to unmask email]>

Agenda for September 9, 2015
8:30-9:00 Breakfast & Announcements
Sponsored By Themis, Inc.

9:00-10:15 "DB2 11 for z/OS Utilities Update"
Presenter: Randy Ebersole, IBM
The IBM DB2 11 for z/OS Utilities Suites provides better availability and performance while using fewer system resources than previous releases. Major new changes include Online REORG with improved usability and reduced drain outages, RUNSTATS PROFILE usability and CPU reduction, LOAD elapsed time benefits through parallelism, and better RECOVER point-in-time capability across schema changes. In addition, there are numerous smaller items and support to exploit core function enhancements across DB2.

10:15-10:30 Break

10:30-11:45 "DB2 z/OS and Analytics - Why Move the Data"
Presenter: Randy Ebersole, IBM
So many companies handle a large percentage of their transactional and business critical workload and related data running on IBM z Systems. Then, be-cause of decisions that are made, the mainframe based data is moved to other platforms for analysis. So the question is, Why move the data? This presentation will walk through the considerations of leaving the mainframe data on the mainframe and eliminate the huge costs of moving the data to other platforms. Analytics of this mainframe based data will be discussed. The attendee will learn about the cost savings and general business value of this overall approach.

We are continuing hearing about the need for analytics all while we continue to work with DB2 z/OS and its continued data growth. So what does the does Big Data, DB2 for z/OS and Analytics picture look like? This presentation will show a view from a DB2 z/OS perspective that provides a perspective of exploiting IBM System z, save money and improve business processes.


11:45 -1:00 Lunch - Sponsored By: Themis, Inc.

1:00-2:15 "Successfully Converting a DPF warehouse to BLU"
Presenter: Leo Pedron, LJP Consulting/Gunning Technology Solutions, LLC

2:15-2:30 Closing









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Stan Goodwin

Central PA Regional DB2 User Group - September 9, 2015 Sign up
(in response to Odessa Fennen)
Odessa, remind me December date.

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Central PA Regional DB2 User Group
Date: Wednesday September 9, 2015
Place: Giant Super Food Store Community Room, 3301 Trindle Road, Camp Hill, PA 17011
Cost: FREE
Reservations: Email: Odessa Fennen – [login to unmask email]

Agenda for September 9, 2015
8:30-9:00 Breakfast & Announcements
Sponsored By Themis, Inc.

9:00-10:15 "DB2 11 for z/OS Utilities Update”
Presenter: Randy Ebersole, IBM
The IBM DB2 11 for z/OS Utilities Suites provides better availability and performance while using fewer system resources than previous releases. Major new changes include Online REORG with improved usability and reduced drain outages, RUNSTATS PROFILE usability and CPU reduction, LOAD elapsed time benefits through parallelism, and better RECOVER point-in-time capability across schema changes. In addition, there are numerous smaller items and support to exploit core function enhancements across DB2.
10:15-10:30 Break

10:30-11:45 “DB2 z/OS and Analytics – Why Move the Data”
Presenter: Randy Ebersole, IBM
So many companies handle a large percentage of their transactional and business critical workload and related data running on IBM z Systems. Then, be-cause of decisions that are made, the mainframe based data is moved to other platforms for analysis. So the question is, Why move the data? This presentation will walk through the considerations of leaving the mainframe data on the mainframe and eliminate the huge costs of moving the data to other platforms. Analytics of this mainframe based data will be discussed. The attendee will learn about the cost savings and general business value of this overall approach. We are continuing hearing about the need for analytics all while we continue to work with DB2 z/OS and its continued data growth. So what does the does Big Data, DB2 for z/OS and Analytics picture look like? This presentation will show a view from a DB2 z/OS perspective that provides a perspective of exploiting IBM System z, save money and improve business processes. 11:45 -1:00 Lunch - Sponsored By: Themis, Inc.

1:00-2:15 “Successfully Converting a DPF warehouse to BLU”
Presenter: Leo Pedron, LJP Consulting/Gunning Technology Solutions, LLC

2:15–2:30 Closing










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