Articles & Content
Topic: 2009 EU
Subtopic: DB2 for z/OS
DATE: 2009-10-6 (15:45 - 16:45)
SPEAKERS: Daniel Luksetich (YL&A), Susan Lawson (YL&A)
Continuous availability, high availability, replication, update anywhere. These are all terms that are being batted around lately in the IT inducstry. Management wants all of the data online all of the time. Outages are not acceptable. Many solutions are being touted, but none of them are plug and play. So, how does all this HA chatter affect DB2, the DBA, and the application architect? What features of the database can be utilized for high availability. the presentation will take a high level approach to understanding the DB2 related issues and solutions!
EXP. LEVEL: Beginner,Intermediate
an understanding of management direction and the reality of meeting it
What can be done with DB2 to improve availability
Application designs for high availability
How to match performance expectations to availability expectations
What the difference is between high availability, backup and recovery, and replication
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