Recording of this DB2 Chat with the Lab held on July 20, 2006 is available.
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IBM has been a pioneer in autonomic computing. A number of self-configuring, self-optimizing, and self-healing capabilities were introduced in the earlier DB2 releases. DB2 9 continues along this strategy of helping you derive more value from your data, while spending less time managing it. This new version contains revolutionary features like self-tuning memory and automatic configuration of newly created databases. These autonomic features are designed to make database administration effortless, improve administrator productivity, and lower ownership costs.
Join Sal Vella, VP of DB2 development, and Adam Storm, DB2 autonomic computing developer, for an in-depth look at some of the new autonomic capabilities in DB2 9.