(Chad Reiber) I have the great opportunity to work with several Db2 z/OS users across the US. Certainly, I hear and see Db2 databases getting larger and the availability requirements longer; however, the size of the DBA group is shrinking.
(John Ghrist) Artificial Intelligence (AI) has had a somewhat dark reputation over the past few decades. It doesn’t help that it’s traditionally gotten a bad rap from Western culture.
(Philippe Dubost) In large scale organizations, it is often necessary to move data from Db2 Production subsystems to Test subsystems.
(Thomas Luther, Peter Klee and Alexander Warmuth) This IBM Redpaper publication helps you design and implement a 4-site replication solution for IBM DS8000 environments. IBM Copy Services Manager is used to orchestrate the data replication and failover and failback mechanisms between the different s
(Susan Gantner) In my last Guru Classic tip I introduced you to the iSphere RDi plug-in. In this tip I’ll cover a few other features in iSphere that I find very useful. This time I’ll focus on a couple of options there that can help you search for things and subsequently edit them.
(Craig S. Mullins) One of the most common questions I get when talking to folks about database administration is how to measure the effectiveness and quality of a DBA staff. This question is not really an easy one to answer, and for a number of reasons.
(Paul McWilliams) IBM Db2 for z/OS development is again offering the week-long Db2 for z/OS Master Class for advanced Db2 for z/OS system and database administrators clients, led by Distinguished Engineer, John Campbell. Two sessions are scheduled for 2020.
(Bob Cozzi) A long time ago I created a CL command named Copy from OUTQ (CPYOUTQ). This command allowed you to selectively copy spooled files from one OUTQ to either another OUTQ or to the IFS as a PDF or text file.
(Dino Quintero, Mark Black, Ahmad Hussein, Bill McMillan and John Welch) This IBM Redpaper publication documents IBM Spectrum LSF Suite best practices installation topics, application checks for workload management, high availability configurations, using theoretical knowledge and hands-on exercises
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