Data Studio for z/OS teleconference 9/30

Matthew A Rhea

Data Studio for z/OS teleconference 9/30

Please join IBM on September 30th for a teleconference for an overview of
IBM’s Data Studio for z/OS®.

Title: Data Studio for z/OS: From requirements to retirement, managing your
data environment

Broadcast date: September 30, 2008, 11 a.m., EDT

Developed for: Application developers and managers; data and enterprise
architects; database administrators; IT managers

Technical level: Basic - intermediate

Join us for this complimentary overview of IBM’s Data Studio for z/OS®, a
collaborative data design tool that helps you understand information assets
and their relationships, model data and integration designs, and enforce
enterprise standards for data quality and consistency. You’ll learn about
the common user interface that makes switching between functions easy and
intuitive, and how common components and services can be leveraged to
achieve efficiencies across the data management environment. This
integrated and modular data management portfolio helps optimize
performance, improve quality and enhance security as you design and build
applications. The presenter, Curt Cotner, is a foremost Data Studio expert,
and he will share with you IBM’s future plans for the Data Studio

In this teleconference, you’ll learn how the Data Studio for z/OS can:
Improve efficiency by increasing CPU capacity and assisting with
error reduction and problem isolation
Speed Java™, XML and SOA application development, increasing task
automation and fostering team alignment
Simplify access to Java data, so that it’s more efficient and easier
for IBM data servers to maintain
Reduce application outages and improve DBA productivity by automating
and simplifying complex DB2® structural changes

Speaker: Curt Cotner, IBM Fellow, Vice President and CTO for Database

This teleconference will also be available for replay after the event.

Register now:

Matthew Rhea
Data Management IT Specialist
IBM Information Management
317-566-4608 T/L 554-4608
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