Articles & Content
Topic: 2010 NA
Subtopic: DB2 for z/OS
DATE: 2010-5-12 (11:00 AM - 12:00 PM)
SPEAKERS: Ulf Heinrich (SEGUS Inc.)
With DB2 V8 IBM introduced a new feature called plan stability. Since this feature doesn't do anything with plans, it is now called package stability. However, that doesn't help much to understand what it actually does and how you can benefit from it. Within this presentation you'll get a detailed introduction to an enhancement that helps you to manage your applications performance when something affects your access path. Get detailed insights on how to integrate it within your procedures including the important prerequisites. Get the full picture to understand how to exploit it and be aware of its strengths and weaknesses.
EXP. LEVEL: Intermediate,Advanced
What is "PACKAGE STABILITY" for? Learn what the new feature is about and how you can benefit from it.
Why do I need it? Gain detailled information why this new feature was implemented.
What is it in detail and how does it affect - DB2 subsystem - Access path - Workflow Get all pro's and con's how the new feature behaves in your environment.
How can I use it for - DB2 Version Migration - DB2 System Maintenance - Daily Database Maintenance Hands on experiences from three different areas explain step by step how to use.
Join this presentation to see what Package Stability can do for you and what are the gotchas to look for.
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