Topic: 2014 NA
Subtopic: DB2 for z/OS
The need to perform a DB2 log-based recovery of multiple objects is a very rare event, but statistically, it is more frequent than a true disaster recovery event (flood, fire, etc). Taking regular backups is necessary but far from sufficient for anything beyond minor application recovery. If not prepared, practiced and optimised, it can lead to extended application service downtimes – possibly many hours to several days.
This presentation will provide many hints and tips on how to plan, design intelligently, stress test and optimise DB2 log-based recovery.
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