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Partition By Growth Table Spaces - Partition 1, Getting Started

Partition By Growth Table Spaces - Partition 1, Getting Started Universal Table Space (UTS) Universal Table Spaces (UTS) were introduced in Db2 9 to bring together the advantages of partitioned table spaces, where you can have a capacity >64Gb, and segmented table...

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Bring Intelligence to Where Critical Transactions Run – An Update from Machine Learning for z/OS

Bring Intelligence to Where Critical Transactions Run – An Update from Machine Learning for z/OS Authors: Kewei Wei(魏可伟), Senior Technical Staff Member, Lead Architect of Machine Learning for z/OS, IBM China Development Lab; Guanjun Cai, Information architect and developer for IBM...

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DB2 11 ESP for z/OS XML Features – The Hierarchy Strikes Back

DB2 11 for z/OS XML Features – The Hierarchy Strikes Back By Isaac Yassin, IDUG DB2 11 White Paper Editorial Committee Within few months we’ll have DB2 for z/OS next incarnation – the 11 th in number (Sequoia – DB2 11). A group of dedicated DB2 bigots J have embarked on the mission to...

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Potential SQL Performance Improvements in DB2 11 ESP for z/OS

Potential SQL Performance Improvements in DB2 11 for z/OS By Daniel L Luksetich, IDUG DB2 11 White Paper Editorial Committee As with any new release of DB2 for z/OS there comes a host of SQL performance improvements. Some of these you get straight away, some with a bind or next prepare...


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DB2 z/OS V9 Performance

This presentation looks at the performance impact of DB2 z/OS V9, especially performance scalability of transactions, CPU and elapsed time of queries and utilities, and other performance-related topics.

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DB2 9 for z/OS - An Independent Overview

Although DB2 9 for z/OS has not yet been officially announced by IBM, there is significant information available in the public domain. The snag is, this is well spread out and mostly written by IBM - the database vendor This presentation looks at what MIGHT be coming in DB2 9 (no-one knows for...

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DB2 9 for z/OS - An Independent Overview

Although DB2 9 for z/OS has not yet been officially announced by IBM, there is significant information available in the public domain. The snag is, this is well spread out and mostly written by IBM - the database vendor This presentation looks at what MIGHT be coming in DB2 9 (no-one knows for...

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DB2 z/OS V9 Performance

This presentation looks at the performance impact of DB2 z/OS V9, especially performance scalability of transactions, CPU and elapsed time of queries and utilities, and other performance-related topics.

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Native SQL Procedures in DB2 9 for z/OS

A new variation of SQL procedures, native SQL procedures, are introduced in DB2 9 for z/OS. Richer support of the SQL Procedural Language, and attention to the application development lifecycle, offer improved usability and portability. These extensions (including versioning and deployment...

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IBM DB2 RUNSTATS Utility and Real-Time Statistics

This presentation reviews the basics of the RUNSTATS utility (What it does; Why you need to run it; How DB2 uses the information), and explores new statistics collected on data and indexes, including: partition level information on Data Partitioned Secondary Indexes; non-uniform distributon...

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