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DB2 12 para z/OS: Dos mejoras SQL altamente requeridas

Nota del editor: Este artículo fue publicado originalmente en inglés. Con la aprobación del autor, el equipo de IDUG ha creado la traducción que a continuación se presenta. por: Meg Bernal, Chris Crone, IBM SVL Lab DB2 12 trae una serie de nuevas mejoras relacionadas con SQL y SQL PL....

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DB2 12 for z/OS - Two Highly Requested SQL Enhancements

DB2 12 for z/OS - Two Highly Requested SQL Enhancements Meg Bernal, Chris Crone, IBM SVL Lab DB2 12 introduces a number of new SQL and SQL PL related enhancements. Two of the SQL related enhancements have been requested by many customers are Piece-wise DELETE, and the ability to MERGE two...

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PBR RPN explained

PBR RPN explained. Haakon Roberts, DB2 for z/OS Development Introduction. DB2 tables continue to grow in size and these days it is not unusual to encounter tables containing tens of billions of rows. Consequently, DB2 for z/OS must continue to evolve to ensure such large amounts of data...


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DB2 12 In-Memory Feature: Fast Index Traversal

DB2 12 In-Memory Feature: Fast Index Traversal Akiko Hoshikawa & Nina Bronnikova, IBM, Silicon Valley Lab DB2 12 is classified as an in-memory data base by Gartner. It is not just a simple in-memory data base but a very smart one. In this paper, we explain one of the most...


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Looking at the DB2 12 Enhanced Merge testing

Bankdata – Looking at the DB2 12 Enhanced Merge testing Frank Petersen, Bankdata I have had the pleasure of spending 2 weeks of a rainy Danish summer looking at the enhanced MERGE in DB2 12 as part of the DB2 12 Early Support Program (ESP). During the testing problems arose that made the...


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IBM Data Server Manager : Early User Experiences

Introduction IBM released the initial version of Data Server Manager (DSM) on Friday March 20 th 2015. DSM is IBM's new delivery mechanism for monitoring, tuning and administration of IBM database environments. It is available initially only for DB2 for LUW, supporting all currently...

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IDUG Tech Talk: Exploiting DB2 11 for z/OS Where do we Start? featuring Randy Ebersole

In this session from the IDUG 2014 Technical Conference in North America, Randy Ebersole highlights some of the new features of DB2 11. He introduces some of the new functionality to get you thinking about moving to DB2 11! Randy’s presentation is available online as an IDUG Tech Talk video.

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[A04]DB2 NEXT ESP–Process of verifying the performance & accesspath selection in a new DB2 version

Objectives: DB2 Next is now on its final rally towards GA and this presentation will give the audience a view into the amount of work being done in what is normally known as “regression testing”. This is the testing being done where we try to expose a new version to a direct repeatable...

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[A07] DB2 V11 Performance enhancement with autonomic free space management feature

Free space management is an essential technique used in the DB2 data base management that improves performance of OLTP transactions. DB2 V11 for z/os provides space management enhancement that reduces indirect reference resulting in improved query performance. The presenter will provide a...

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[A01&A02] DB2 11 for z/OS Technical Overview

This double session will provide a technical overview of the functions and features of the new DB2 11 for z/OS release. New functions and features related to performance, availability, utilities, security, analytics will be introduced and discussed.

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