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Optimizing I/O Performance and Reducing Need for REORG - B04

Topic: 2012 NA

Subtopic: DB2 for z/OS

Efficient I/O operations is the key ingredient of a well performing database management system. Ensuring optimal I/O performance is a time consuming and resources intensive work that regularly includes frequent data and index reorganization. Recent enhancements in System z and disk technology, combined with DB2 10 for z/OS features deserve a fresh look at how to achieve optimal I/O performance without continuous monitoring and tuning and with greatly reduced need for costly and obtrusive database reorganization.

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