Attend our free technical education seminars on DB2® 9 for z/OS® and learn how an upgrade can help address demands for more database capacity and cost-cutting capabilities.
Even the most common-sense upgrades can’t get in the way of continuous access to data capacity. But if you wait too long to upgrade, you may find yourself facing new business requirements before your systems are ready to deal with emerging demands. Understand the steps to a successful upgrade, and you’re much more likely to manage it well and get more out of it faster. This seminar will help.
Join us for a one-day, complimentary IBM briefing, DB2 for z/OS technology update, designed for application architects, application developers, database managers and database administrators, and anyone interested in understanding the value of upgrading to DB2 9. Upgrading to DB2 9 does not need to be risky and is not as difficult as you might think. In this series of sessions, we will describe how the many new features of DB2 9 provide technical and business benefits across:
Price and performance (reduced cost)Improved availabilityReduced total cost of ownershipApplication enablement and support for new workloadsDB2 Tools can help by building the baseline for a migration plan. Using customer experiences, we’ll share hints, tips and results throughout the day. You’ll also have
opportunities for direct communication with DB2 for z/OS development experts to discuss your unique challenges.
Led by experts in the latest DB2 technology on System z®, these sessions will show you how DB2 9 for z/OS helps:Control rising operating costs through proven methodologies for tuning using the utility suite
Manage increasingly large and complex environments using autonomic tooling enhancementsDeal with key issues between compatibility mode and new function modeControl rising operating costs through proven methodologies for tuning using the utility suiteThis seminar will help you better understand DB2 9 for z/OS, DB2 Tools and DB2 utilities available to you, as well as best practices to follow as you upgrade your systems