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DB2 11 for z/OS: changes and new features

This single-day course introduces and discusses the changes and new features of DB2 11 for z/OS. It provides a technical overview, and discusses areas of potential advantage for the new features, as well as potential problems with new features.

On successful completion of this course attendees will be able to:

Schedule

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21 Sep1NWoerden  (NL)525 EUR  (exempte de TVA) 
16 Oct1?Leuven  (BE)525 EUR  (excl. TVA) 
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Intended for

This course is designed for systems and database administrators, application developers and designers, and all other DB2 users needing an introduction to the new release and what it offers.

Background

A working knowledge of DB2 for z/OS.

Main topics

DROP COLUMN; native (SQL PL) stored procedure enhancements; array data types; global session variables; blank insignificant LIKE predicates; aliases for sequence objects; GROUP BY grouping sets; the MEDIAN aggregate function; transparent archiving; autonomous stored procedures; Temporal table enhancements.

Improved query rewrite; improved access path reuse; predicate selectivity overrides; optimizer feedback on missing statistics; CPU reduction for large partitioned tables; enhancements for distributed applications; bufferpool and GBP enhancements; miscellaneous performance improvements.

Online schema changes; altering MQT partition limit keys; REBIND/DDL break-in threads; automatic recovery of indexes; faster recovery of catalog & directory; logging of previous compression dictionaries; point-in-time recovery after an ALTER TABLESPACE.

Sparse indexes; automatic cleanup of indexes; extended RBA and LRSN log address format; free space management for updates; not logged global temporary tables; SQL access to the directory.New and revised catalog tables; changes to the EXPLAIN tables

Plan level application authorization; new auditing possibilities for temporal tables; column masking improvements.

XQuery, and FLWOR expressions; automatic document node creation; predicate pushdown with XPath expressions; XSLTRANSFORM.

Performance enhancements for LOAD and REORG; governing parallel processing of utilities; specifying REORG mapping tables; using statistics profiles; consequences of 10-byte RBA and LSRN format; data validation with DSN1COPY and REPAIR; new and modified BIND PACKAGE options; new DISPLAY UTIL layout.

Simplified installation and migration panels; setting application compatibility V10R1.

Training method

Instructor-led training.

Duration

1 day.

Course leader

Peter Vanroose.

Reviews

     
Goed, wel veel DBA info. Als bouwer misschien meer behoefte aan practische voorbeelden (, )
     
prima. Compact en toch voldoende Kennis van de docent zeer goed (, )
     
duidelijk beschreven wat er wijzigt in DB2 (, )
     
goed verzorgd, maar veel voor 1 dag (, )
     
Goed, in sneltreinvaart door DB2 11 heen! (, )
     
goed en zinvol (, )
     
prima cursus (, )
     
docent heeft veel inhoudelijke kennis. Cursusduur mocht wel wat korter. (, )
     
Te veel om te onthouden. Ik hoop dat er veel in mijn onderbewuste blijft hangen nu ik het een keer gehoord heb, dan zoek ik de details op als ik ze nodig heb. Bijzondere ervaring, deze cursus (, )
     
tevreden (, )

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