Articles & Content
Topic: 2009 EU
Subtopic: DB2 for z/OS
DATE: 2009-10-6 (14:15 - 15:15)
SPEAKERS: Namik Hrle (IBM Boeblingen Lab)
The use of dynamic SQL continues to grow. Enterprise packaged applications as well as web applications use almost exclusively this flexible way of accessing databases. However, the flexibility is coupled with additional challenges when it comes to resources utilization, performance monitoring and tuning of SQL statements.This presentation focuses on dynamic statements cache - the key factor of a well performing dynamic statements environment. It covers all the relevant aspects of the statements cache: how it works, how to control its CPU and memory utilization, and how to monitor and tune it.
EXP. LEVEL: Beginner,Intermediate,Advanced
Get detailed understanding of how dynamic statements cache works
Assist users to choose the optimal caching mode
Beware of virtual storage impact and ways to avoid shortages
Analyze common access path problems and solutions
Provide guidance on how to monitor and tune in dynamic statements cache environment
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