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2020 NA Attendee Schedule

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6 years ago
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IDUG 2015 VIP Pass

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9 years ago
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This presentation looks at the performance impact of DB2 z/OS V9, especially performance scalability of transactions, CPU and elapsed time of queries and utilities, and other performance-related ...

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9 years ago
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Although DB2 9 for z/OS has not yet been officially announced by IBM, there is significant information available in the public domain. The snag is, this is well spread out and mostly ...

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9 years ago
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In this presentation John Hornibrook takes viewers into a deep dive into the workings of the DB2 optimizer.

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This presentation will dive into storage management and administration in DB2 LUW. A detailed, holistic look into storage will be provided, followed by a preview of new exciting features ...

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9 years ago
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A new variation of SQL procedures, native SQL procedures, are introduced in DB2 9 for z/OS. Richer support of the SQL Procedural Language, and attention to the application development ...

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This presentation reviews the basics of the RUNSTATS utility (What it does; Why you need to run it; How DB2 uses the information), and explores new statistics collected on data and ...

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9 years ago
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Standard Life has embraced SOA architecture and part of this involved the adoption of DB2 Stored Procedures. Since 2004, the use of Stored Procedures has revolutionised our SOA architecture ...

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9 years ago
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DB2 LUW Index Design Best Practices and Case Studies - this is a recorded replay of a Webinar offered by Scott Hayes at www.DBIsoftware.com.

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