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IDUG North America 2010 - Call For Presentations - Deadline September 25th! Submit your abstract today!

Hello Everyone,

This is your chance to share your experiences with DB2 on Z / LUW and get a FREE conference registration! Excellent opportunity to get recognized by your peers and network with the worlds largest DB2 Community! It takes less than 10 minutes to submit an abstract. Visit: http://www.idug.org/call-for-presentations-idug-2010-north-america.html for more information.

The International DB2 Users Group (IDUG®) is accepting presentation abstracts for IDUG 2010 - North America, May 10-14 in Tampa, Florida. This is your opportunity to share your DB2 experience and expertise with an audience of your peers who rely on, or are considering incorporating DB2 in their shop. If your presentation abstract is selected to be delivered at the conference, you will receive one complimentary IDUG 2010 - North America conference registration.

Critical Dates:
September 25, 2009 - Abstracts due to IDUG.
Note: IDUG will confirm receipt of your abstract(s) submission(s) via e-mail
Week of December 7th, 2009 - Speakers will be selected and notified via e-mail/telephone
February 26, 2010 - Draft presentation due to IDUG
March 26, 2010 - Final presentation due to IDUG

Presentation Requirements

IDUG is soliciting presentation abstracts that explore into details of implementation, migrating to a new release, or maximizing performance from any member of the DB2 product family. In recognition of the complex requirements of today’s database implementations, presentation abstracts relating to migration from Oracle to DB2, migrations within versions of DB2, and new hardware implementations are also being requested.

All presentations must be strongly technical in nature, cannot contain marketing themes, and must support and strengthen the information services community by providing the highest quality education and services designed to promote the effective utilization of the DB2 and it’s family of products.

Presentation Topics

The Conference Planning Committee strives to achieve a balanced conference program of business solutions relevant to today’s IT environment and usage of DB2 on one or more platforms (e.g., Windows, Linux, UNIX, z/OS). Presentation Categories include:
· Creative methods for managing database resources
· Managing performance or availability
· Experience with migration from competitor RDBMS to DB2.
· Experiences with data warehousing and business intelligence applications
· Experiences with distributed, e-business and web applications
· Experiences with packaged applications (e.g. ERP)
· Experiences with new releases and features of DBMS
· Information Integration (e.g. federated access, replication, etc.)
· Emerging technology (e.g. XML, .NET, SOA, Java, Open Source)
· Complementary tools and utilities solutions
· Application development and implementation

Submit your presentation abstract

Abstracts can be submitted via the IDUG Web site. If you do not have access to the Web, please contact IDUG at naspeakers@idug.org .
1. Visit the IDUG web site at www.idug.org.
2. Click on DB2 Conferences -- Select North America Conference from drop down menu.
3. Click on "Call for Presentations".
4. Read through the "Call For Presentations" information and click on "Click Here to Submit Abstracts".

Examples are included below to help you through the process. All presentation abstracts must be received by September 25, 2009 to be considered. Presentations received after September 25, 2009 will not be considered. If you have questions or need more information, please contact IDUG at naspeakers@idug.org . Effective IDUG NA 2010, we will be using the idug.org user ID for submitting an abstract. If you do not have an idug.org user ID, you can register for a free membership.

If you are unable to login or have difficulty submititng an abstract, please contact IDUG at naspeakers@idug.org .


General Instructions:

You may submit an unlimited number of abstracts. IDUG will accept twopart presentations. If you have a two-part presentation from another conference, please select "Double Session" in the Call for Presentations Form. It is very important that you provide ALL of the information requested below when submitting your presentation(s) for review. Failure to provide all requested information might impact whether or not the abstract is accepted.

Presentation Title: Titles must be clear, concise, and 50 characters or less.

Abstract: Provide a concise abstract of your presentation, not exceeding 425 characters.Example:

Performance is a key database requirement. Achieving high performance depends on selecting the right hardware for the job, a physical database design suitable for the hardware, appropriate auxiliary database structures, and correct settings for configuration parameters and register settings. This presentation will cover these various stages of performance tuning. If your presentation is selected, this information will be published on the IDUG Web site and in the Final Program distributed to all conference attendees. (Note: Any abstract of more than 425 characters may be edited.) Some presentations may also be selected as repeat sessions.

Speaker Biography: In 650 characters or less, recap your professional and outside experiences as they pertain to your presentation(s).

Presentation Length: Single Session presentations are 60 minutes in length. Double Sessions are 120 minutes in length.

Presentation Category: Specify the category of your presentation. Although your presentation may apply to many categories, some of the most popular are:
· Creative methods for managing database resources
· Managing performance or availability
· Experience with migration from competitor RDBMS to DB2.
· Experiences with data warehousing and business intelligence applications
· Experiences with distributed, e-business and web applications
· Experiences with packaged applications (e.g. ERP)
· Experiences with new releases and features of DBMS
· Information Integration (e.g. federated access, replication, etc.)
· Emerging technology (e.g. XML, .NET, SOA, Java, Open Source)
· Complementary tools and utilities solutions
· Application development and implementation

Audience Experience Level: Select the single, most relevant audience level to which this presentation is geared: Beginner, Intermediate to Advanced Users or All Users.

Presentation History: Indicate if this is a new or existing presentation. If it is an existing presentation, please indicate where it has been given and if it contains new and/or updated information.

2010 Conferences: If you would like your abstract to be considered for another 2010 IDUG conference, please indicate this using the online submission form.

Permissions and Release: Provide permission to electronically post speaker biography, abstract and five key bullet points on the IDUG Web site and to publish this information in any printed or electronic IDUG conference marketing materials. In addition, IDUG may edit speaker’s abstract, and five key bullet points for consistency, style, and grammar as necessary. Also, provide permissions for IDUG to post your presentation on the Conference Web Proceedings and CD ROM, as well as IDUG Insider.

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