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Db2 and GDPR

Data Architecture is not only related to the mere constellation of technical components that should work together. A data architecture should also reply to the needs of an end user and eventually establish an information architecture that is not only fit for use, but also fit for purpose. ...

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Selecting Appropriate Data Architecture Technologies

One of the more difficult parts of developing a data architecture for a new project is choosing which technologies to use. You'll have application developers that have their opinions, management with a different view, and legacy technology already in place. The people supporting the...

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Using Physical Data Models in IBM Data Studio - by Ludovic Janssens and Dan Luksetich

Why Data Studio? IBM’s Data Studio holds a lot of features that are not really commonly known by the DB2 audience. Many people regard it as the replacement of the old Control Center, but as such this isn’t true, as Control Center held features that are no longer in Data Studio and Data Studio...

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DB2 LUW - db2advis - Miracle Worker or Monster-In-Law? (C15)

DATE: 2011-5-6 (10:30 AM - 11:30 AM) SPEAKERS: Alexander Kopac (Home Depot) The DB2 LUW Design Advisor is cool tool designed to help define suitable indexes and for testing SQL workloads. Here's a presentation that covers both the command line syntax basics and the GUI approach for making both...


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DB2 Design - Selected (controversial?) topics (B15)

DATE: 2011-5-6 (10:30 AM - 11:30 AM) SPEAKERS: Suresh Sane (DST Systems Inc.) This presentation focuses on several important design decisions and provides a balanced view based on real-life experiences. The knowledge you gain will allow you to improve your DB2 environment. We will cover ALL...


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Table Partitioning Automation (D13)

DATE: 2011-5-6 (08:00 AM - 09:00 AM) SPEAKERS: Randy Goering (DST Systems Inc ) DB2 LUW 9.5 & 9.7 gives us the ability to have partitioned tables but how do you automate the creation of new partitions or the attachment and detachment of partitions. We have developed SQL Stored Procedure...


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Solid state drives -- changing the way DBAs do business (F13)

DATE: 2011-5-6 (08:00 AM - 09:00 AM) SPEAKERS: Paul Pendle (EMC ) Solid state drives are fairly new to the Enterprise storage arena. So new in fact, that most DBAs are yet to think about what the implications are of deploying a DB2 for z/OS system on SSD. Since the notions of seek time,...


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