C10 - OMG! Experience is a Hard Teacher – Lessons Learned #1

Session Number: 4009
Track: Track C
Session Type: Podium Presentation
Primary Presenter: Melanie Stopfer [IBM]
Time: Nov 16, 2016 (09:40 AM - 10:40 AM)

Speaker Bio: Melanie Stopfer is a IBM Consulting Learning Specialist and Developer and recognized worldwide as a DB2, IBM BLU and Analytics subject matter expert. As a Certified DB2 10.5 Advanced Technical Expert, she has provided in-depth technical customer support in recovery, performance and database upgrade best practices since 1988. In 2009, Melanie was the first DB2 LUW speaker to be inducted into the IDUG Speaker Hall of Fame and selected Best Overall Speaker at IDUG EMEA 2009, 2011, 2012, 2015; IDUG NA 2009, 2012, 2014; and included in Top 10 Presenters in all years presenting. She has successfully presented at all IBM IOD and Insight conferences and been recognized as a top presenter. Please connect with Melanie on Twitter at @mstopfer1 and LinkedIn.
Audience experience level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Presentation Platform: DB2 for Linux, UNIX, Windows
Presentation Category: User experiences
Audiences this presentation will apply to: Application Developers, Database Administrators, Systems Programmers, New Users
Objective 1: Utilize product enhancements and features that make your life easier.
Objective 2: Tips and Techniques to get the most from DB2 Utilities.
Objective 3: Getting more out of your error messages by decoding the secrets.
Objective 4: Monitoring, tuning and more!
Objective 5: Many more lessons learned will be discussed.

Abstract:  In the past, there have been times that DB2 has challenged customers before they could learn the right lesson. Let Melanie teach you the lessons she has recently learned so you are ready for your next DB2 LUW “pop” quiz. It is time you dug into the details of DB2 LUW. This topic is packed with tips and hints you should know to make you more successful when working with DB2 LUW. "By learning from others challenges, you can learn solutions to make things right!"