Topic: 2013 EMEA
Subtopic: DB2 for z/OS
With the flattening of Moore's Law, processor speeds will not serve as a significant source of performance improvement in coming years. Database systems are looking to exploit large real memory to avoid I/O latency and CPU overhead. DB2 10 and future releases of DB2 will look to exploit large real memories and z/OS features such as large page sizes and flash memory. This session will cover the potential performance benefits of large real memories and how DB2 plans to exploit such opportunities.
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