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Top 10 Factors to Consider when Designing and Implementing Large DB2 Systems (D13)

Topic: 2007 NA

Subtopic: DB2 for LUW

DATE: 2007-5-10 (10:40 AM - 11:40 AM)
SPEAKERS: Aamer Sachedina (IBM Toronto Lab.), Ellen Reys (VISA)

In the "Top 10 Factors", Ellen and Aamer will cover 10 most important items from a "recipe" for implementing large DB2 systems. While each of them will bring their strengths, Ellen will share her strong technical expertise in implementing real systems (VLDB) from scratch and will talk about some challenges everyone encounters when the database size reaches multiple terabytes, whereas Aamer, a key contributor to DB2's large SMP TPC-C effort, will perform a deep dive into database configuration with pertinent DB2 Kernel internals for context. Together they will come up with a recipe how to transform challenges into Successful implementation of Large DB2 systems

EXP. LEVEL: Intermediate,Advanced


How to choose the right architecture for implementing Large DB2 systems

How to transfer recovery requirements into a good backup strategy

How to tune memory, IO, bufferpools, etc. for VLDB

Learn about challenges and how to overcome them in multi-terabytes databases

Theory vs. Reality

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