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Learn how to exploit and administer DB2 for z/OS for performance and efficiency…

DB2 Developer’s Guide Comes Alive!

Learn DB2 tips, techniques, & procedures you need to know in order to excel at administering and using DB2 on the mainframe. Eight hours of education based upon DB2 Developer’s Guide, the best-selling DB2 for z/OS book on the market.

Can be delivered as a one day session or in 4 weekly 2 hour sessions.

The training is delivered by Craig S. Mullins, the author of DB2 Developer’s Guide.

Save time, improve your systems and applications. Learn techniques for creating, managing and accessing efficient DB2 databases.

Training and education...  Delivered by an industry practitioner.

Learn all about database administration practices and procedures with an emphasis on managing databases as a management discipline. Taught by the man who wrote the book on the topic, Craig S. Mullins.

This is an in-depth, week-long course covering all aspects of database administration including:

In “DB2 Developer’s Guide Comes Alive!” you will learn:

Performance techniques for managing DB2 application, database and system performance including SQL coding and tuning techniques, guidance for database optimization and reorganization, coverage of buffer pool settings and parameters for performance.

Logical and physical database design recommendations for DB2, so you can build and maintain effective DB2 databases immediately. Includes discussion of standards, logical to physical translation, data types, nulls and more

All about DB2 locking and techniques for coding to ensure accurate data while maintaining efficient DB2 applications and databases.

Details on other DB2 topics such as BIND, ZPARMs, stored procs, and more.

Database Administration: The Complete Guide to DBA Practices and Procedures

Performance techniques for managing database application, database and system performance

Education on logical and physical database design including logical to physical translation, data modeling & normalization, data types, proper use of nulls, and more

Database selection and installation guidance , including advice on creating database standards.

Regulatory compliance guidelines in terms of its impact on DBA including coverage of sample regulations, auditing, archiving, security, and more..

Backup and recovery guidelines including information on properly preparing for disaster recovery.

As well as coverage of data warehousing, design reviews, change management., designing and coding for availability, data integrity techniques, storage management, data movement, utilities, and more.