Track G

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Room G

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Db2 for LUW

 Db2 for LUW

Scott Konash, Datavail

High availability is a top priority for many organizations, but they may not want to use proprietary solutions to implement it. This session covers how to use Pacemaker with Db2 LUW for HADR implementation.
Cross Platform

Cross Platform

Saghi Amirsoleymani, Rocket Software
IBM Champion 

As technology evolves, and the way and pace at which businesses adopt and exploit technology accelerates, the DBA focus areas continue to grow. In this session, we deep dive into the evolving role of DBAs and what they need to maintain peak effectiveness.
Db2 for z/OS

 Db2 for z/OS

Brian Laube, Manulife Financial
IBM Champion 

Db2 Z network encryption has been available for a while now. But it becomes a minor trick to identify all those end-users (individuals and application servers) who are still using the open port and who is using the secure port.  This presentation will briefly overview how Db2 network encryption is enabled on the database side. Then it will review how clients can be configured to use the secure port. And importantly, the presentation will review HOW to find which clients are using the open port and who is using the secure port. The presentation will review IFCID 365 and how most popular performance monitors provide functionality to effectively review IFCID 365. Plus there is a review of some enterprise network tools provide logging to identify the tricky VPN users with changing IP every time they connect to the network.

Cross Platform

 Cross Platform
 NEW

Libby Ingrassia, IBM
IBM Champion 

Libby discusses the IBM Champion program: what it is, what it has to offer you, and what IBM Champions are doing today.
Db2 for z/OS

 Db2 for z/OS

James Pickel, IBM

This session covers how Db2 AI for z/OS (Db2ZAI) learns and recommends system profiles used to protect your system from an unplanned spike of connections. Db2's connection and thread strategies will also be discussed, including system profiles, thread pooling, and recent enhancements in Continuous Delivery.
Db2 for z/OS

 Db2 for z/OS

Anthony Ciabattoni, IBM

This session will go through the journey of graduation from college all the way through to being a member of Db2 for z/OS development and a member of the SWAT team. The journey will go through the good, bad, and ugly of what has been successful and unsuccessful.
Db2 for LUW

 Db2 for LUW

Calisto Zuzarte, IBM Canada Lab

Query performance is highly dependent on a good database optimizer. Optimization today relies on coarse statistics and a general cost model to provide estimates to help with costing and coming up with an optimal plan. Db2 is pioneering the use of machine learning within the optimizer and has shipped a Tech Preview. This session looks at the benefits of Machine Learning in the optimizer, details how you can try it as part of the "Tech Preview" in Db2, and looks ahead to the capabilities that are actively being added to allow it to be used in production.
Cross Platform

Cross Platform

Andrew Baines, IBM

IBM CIO re-engineered their sales incentive system from z/OS to run on Hybrid Cloud, including Db2 pureScale on Cloud. Learn about how we installed using Ansible, automated using APIs, and then aligned the database design to the business.
Db2 for LUW

 Db2 for LUW

Ember Crooks, Shopify
IBM Champion 

Join Ember to learn from her experience running Db2 in a containerized environment outside of Cloud Pak for data. What are the decision points for running Db2 in containers? What skills and technologies do you need to develop and think about?
Db2 for LUW

 Db2 for LUW

Roland Schock, ARS Computer und Consulting GmbH
IBM Gold Consultant & Champion 

This will be an update of my previous RUG presentation about Db2 and SSL/TLS encryption. How do I configure Db2 LUW for TLS secured communication, server and client side? An overview of certificates, ciphers, issues, troubleshooting, and open RFEs.
Db2 for LUW

 Db2 for LUW
 NEW

Fred Sobotka, FRS Consulting
IBM Gold Consultant & Champion 

Adaptive compression, which was extended to all Db2 product editions in V11.5, offers dramatic possibilities for storage savings, but the payoff can be limited for objects still residing in older tablespaces. What's more, the logging and bandwidth requirements of HADR present additional obstacles for DBAs to contend with when planning database maintenance. This session reveals common issues that impact compression efficiency in Db2 V11.5 and explores the trade-offs of different techniques used on real-world HADR databases that were originally created as far back as V8.2.
Cross Platform

 Cross Platform

Vassil Dimov, IBM Germany Research & Development GmbH

Do you want to reduce the storage cost for your Db2 for z/OS database backups? Or, are you interested in speeding up your maintenance jobs? Db2 for z/OS Data Gate enables you to do that, while providing access to the whole archived data at all times.
Db2 for z/OS

 Db2 for z/OS

Chris Crone, Broadcom
IBM Champion 

This presentation will cover the basics on adopting each FL (what happens when you issue -ACTIVATE) through FL 510. Given that a lot of people have just migrated in the last year or so, this topic might be helpful to customers who are starting to...
Cross Platform

 Db2 for z/OS

Cuneyt Goksu, IBM

This session describes various flexible and scalable deployment options for IDAA on Z and highlights the advantages of each option in detail.
Db2 for z/OS

 Db2 for z/OS

Jim Wankowski, Rocket Software

This presentation will discuss the benefits of data virtualization vs replication. It will highlight how IBM’s Cloud Pak for Data and Data Virtualization Manager for z/OS can be used to easily integrate non-relational z/OS data with other disparate data sources into a common view without the cost; complexity; and risk of data replication or having to have a deep knowledge of z/OS.
Db2 for z/OS

Cross Platform

David Kalmuk, IBM Canada

Db2’s new Adaptive Workload Management technology vastly simplifies the task of dividing your database resources across workloads to ensure they meet their performance objectives. Unlike traditional workload managers, it manages the admission of jobs based on their actual resource needs and intelligently schedules them based on the resource targets you assign. This ensures stable and reliable performance, even in the face of the most highly concurrent workloads. Join David Kalmuk, the architect of the Adaptive Workload Manager, for an update on new enhancements in the latest release and best practices that will allow you to get the most out of this technology.