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    ALM202 DB2 9.7 LUW for SAP: The Success Story Continues ALM202 DB2 9.7 LUW for SAP: The Success Story Continues Presentation Transcript

    • ZP04 DB2 9.7 LUW for SAP: The Success Story Continues Joachim Pfefferle, SAP Canada Michael Gao, IBM Canada Arndt Effern, SAP AG November 2009
    • Disclaimer The information in this presentation is confidential and proprietary to SAP and may not be disclosed without the permission of SAP. This presentation is not subject to your license agreement or any other service or subscription agreement with SAP. SAP has no obligation to pursue any course of business outlined in this document or any related presentation, or to develop or release any functionality mentioned therein. This document, or any related presentation and SAP's strategy and possible future developments, products and or platforms directions and functionality are all subject to change and may be changed by SAP at any time for any reason without notice. The information on this document is not a commitment, promise or legal obligation to deliver any material, code or functionality. This document is provided without a warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or non-infringement. This document is for informational purposes and may not be incorporated into a contract. SAP assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions in this document, except if such damages were caused by SAP intentionally or grossly negligent. All forward-looking statements are subject to various risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from expectations. Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on these forward-looking statements, which speak only as of their dates, and they should not be relied upon in making purchasing decisions. © SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 2
    • Agenda 1. DB2 Optimized for SAP Initiative 2. DB2 9.7 Features for SAP More Compression LOB Inlining Improved Space Reclamation Simplified Migration to Automatic Storage Enhanced Monitoring Other DB2 9.7 Features 3. SAP BW / DB2 Near-Line Storage © SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 3
    • DB2 Optimized for SAP Initiative The four pillars of „DB2 Optimized for SAP“: Partnership Joint SAP and IBM teams working on all levels of the product Product Integration One product, one maintenance strategy, one-stop service Technology Innovation Joint technology roadmap beyond 2010 SAP runs DB2 SAP is a very satisfied DB2 customer © SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 4
    • DB2 Optimized for SAP Initiative 2010 based on NW 7.0 Integrated Nearline Storage Top-Down, Revamped Monitoring 2010 Significant BI query performance boost Improved MDC Advisory 2Q/08 NW 7.0 SR3 3Q/08 NW 7.0 EhP 1 2009 Turn-key HA solution Perf & TCO differentiators (MDC) Turn-key compression Version 9.7 Performance Warehouse Integrated Workload Management 2008 360° Monitoring Integrated MDC advisor Even Deeper Deep Compression 40+% reduction in Indexes Deferred Table Creation 40+% reduction in Temps 1Q/07 NW 7.0 Compressed LOBs Embedded database Near-0 Storage Admin Unlimited scalability 2007 Simple MDC space reclaim Minimal admin Easy table space reclamation Version 9.5 Ease the path to Automatic Storage TCO (reduced storage Integrated & automatic HADR Extending Online Operations costs, self tuning) Integrated Flash Copy Change schema definitions online TCO improvements Reorganization improvements 2Q/05 NW 2004 DPF Extending Integrated HA+DR OS coverage Streamlined install Streamlined admin 2006 Memory Management Statistics Management BI query performance boost Initial BI MDC expl. Compression Auto storage EE Version 9.1 Perf improvements (eg MDC) Storage limits removed Threaded Architecture Near-0 admin DPF Scaling Improvements Memory 2005 Storage Selected Autonomic / TCO features Compression Version 8.2.2 Automatic storage admin Deployment optimized for SAP Tailored concurrency & perf improvements © SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 5
    • Agenda 1. DB2 Optimized for SAP Initiative 2. DB2 9.7 Features for SAP More Compression LOB Inlining Improved Space Reclamation Simplified Migration to Automatic Storage Enhanced Monitoring Other DB2 9.7 Features 3. SAP BW / DB2 Near-Line Storage © SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 6
    • DB2 9.7 Features for SAP Version 8.2.2 Version 9.1 Version 9.5 Version 9.7 Silent Install (Windows) Silent install (Unix) Easy fixpack deployment Online REORG improvements Deployment, Multiple DB2 deployments on the SA MP bundled and installed with Online Table Move Configuration, same machine DB2 on AIX and LINUX Tablespace capacity increase Administration One DB2 image serves all: Install, Compression support for replicated upgrade, patch tables Installation free client Tablespace space reclaim below Larger index key parts HWM Larger index names TCO reduction SAP tuner (DB2_WORKLOAD = Automatic configuration: Simplified configuration by multi TEMP table compression SAP) IO cleaner, server threaded architecture Index compression Automatic storage (single node) Self tuning database global Advanced Memory Management : Migration to Automatic Storage Auto extend DMS tablespaces memory Automation for all memory areas Automatic MDC space reclaim Uniform page-size Deep compression Automatic dictionary creation for LOB inlining (with compression) Automatic storage for DPF deep compression Support for LONG->LOB transition Simpler space reclaim for automatic storage and regular DMS MDC roll out – stage 1 SAP BI Optimizer enhancements Real Time Statistics Starjoin query improvements BI & Query DPF costing improvements MDC roll in Sort capacity cap Improved MDC roll out for fast Performance Index heuristics deletion Scan Sharing Concurrency enhancements Advanced DPF Monitoring Uniform page-size Parallel index creation Supportability, Complete deadlock analysis Resumable recover HA Cluster Manager Integration Enhanced Monitoring One-shot optimizer service tool Redirected restore script from Automatic Backup/Log Retention Diagnostics improvements Backup & Optimization guidelines backup image Management Recovery, HA SQL access to list of required files Single system view backup for for flash copy DPF databases Pre-packaged HA solution Enhanced Backup using Flash (2 node fail over) Copy © SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 7
    • Agenda 1. DB2 Optimized for SAP Initiative 2. DB2 9.7 Features for SAP More Compression LOB Inlining Improved Space Reclamation Simplified Migration to Automatic Storage Enhanced Monitoring Other DB2 9.7 Features 3. SAP BW / DB2 Near-Line Storage © SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 8
    • DB2 9.7 Features for SAP – Index Compression (1) DB2 Index Compression Index Page Index Page with RID List Compression Is a transparent feature of the DB2 Key Value RIDs Key Value RIDs Index RID-List Compression engine* 0001 AAA AAA 0001 0002 1 Reduces index size of a SAP system by CREATE 0003 2 INDEX I ON T ( 40% and more F VARCHAR(3) ) AAB 0005 AAB 0005 Reduces I/O data transfer and increase 0007 2 buffer pool hit ratio of a SAP system BBB 0008 BBB 0008 Index Prefix Compression 0009 1 Works for unique indexes and secondary indexes as well Index Page Index Page Is fully supported for all SAP releases with Prefix Compression in standard and extended maintenance Key Value RIDs Key Value RIDs AAA 0001 AAA 0001 (>= 4.6D ) AAB 0002 B 0002 Is default for tables with that are DB2 CREATE UNIQUE AAC 0003 C 0003 INDEX I ON T ( row compressed* F VARCHAR(3) ) AAD 0005 D 0005 Is covered by the SAP OEM license for BBA 0006 BBA 0006 BBB 0007 B 0007 DB2 at no extra costs BBC 0008 C 0008 * an index reorganization is required to compress existing indexes © SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 9
    • DB2 9.7 Features for SAP – Index Compression (2) DB2 Index and Row Compression Savings with Real ERP Systems Customer Data BW Systems DB2 9.7 Early Database Data Compression Index Compression Total Database Customer Size Ratio Ratio Saving World leading 725MB 72% 49% 68% construction machinery manufacturer, USA Global consumer and 1.4TB 58% 49% 56% commercial product marketer, USA Haier Group, China -- -- 52% -- John Deere, China -- -- 58% -- Insurance Company, 176GB -- 50% -- Germany T-Systems, Germany 500GB 60% 73% 65% Medical technologies 3.6TB -- 65% -- company, USA With DB2 Compression you can reduce the size of your SAP system by 50% and more © SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 10
    • DB2 9.7 Features for SAP – Index Compression (3) DB2 9.7 Index compression GA/FP1 Performance improvement between DB2 9.7 GA an FP1 Update 1 Running four Update tests 3000 Update 2 Update 3 On FP1 we have an average of 59% 2500 Update 4 performance gain 2000 Time 1500 1000 Update 4 CPU utilization on FP1 500 Update 3 Update tests (4 – 7% overhead) 0 Update 2 Update 1 Delete tests (3 – 5% overhead) GA FP1 CPU Utilization of Updates with Ixcomp CPU Utilization of Deletes with Ixcomp Update4 with ixcomp 19.23 0.68 63.93 16.07 Delete4 with ixcomp 14.01 1.17 65.46 19.56 Update3 with ixcomp 18.56 0.55 65.00 15.77 Delete3 with ixcomp 14 1.19 68.12 16.91 Update2 with ixcomp 18.50 0.50 65.64 15.25 Delete2 with ixcomp 13.85 1.44 67.39 17.47 Update1 with ixcomp 18.28 0.79 63.88 17.02 Delete1 with ixcomp 11.25 0.84 67.25 20.69 Update4 no ixcomp 12.850.98 67.45 18.85 Dele te4 no ixcomp 9.69 1.18 66.13 23.14 Update3 no ixcomp 14.38 2.16 65.15 17.78 Dele te3 no ixcomp 9.951.40 68.57 20.32 Update2 no ixcomp 13.510.91 68.21 17.44 Dele te2 no ixcomp 10.41 1.22 69.35 19.10 Update1 no ixcomp 11.67 0.96 69.14 18.14 Dele te1 no ixcomp 9.95 1.18 66.91 22.08 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% user system idle i/o wait user syste m idle i/o wait © SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 11
    • DB2 9.7 Features for SAP – Temp Table Compression DB2 Temp Table Compression Uncompressed Is a transparent feature of the DB2 engine Records 1 Canada Ontario Toronto Walldorf Smith Reduce the amount of temporary disk space required 2 Canada Ontario Toronto Walldorf Miller Works like DB2 Row Compression for large temporary tables Improves query performance with large sort operations: 1 x’01C‘ Smith Compressed Reduces I/O data transfer for large sorts Records 2 x’01C‘ Miller More sorts can be processed in bufferpool Is fully supported for all SAP releases in standard and extended maintenance (>= 4.6D) Compression Dictionary Is default for SAP systems ….. … Is covered by the SAP OEM license for DB2 at no extra Canada Ontario Toronto x’01C‘ costs ….. … Table Temp Table Temp Order By Order By © SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 12
    • Agenda 1. DB2 Optimized for SAP Initiative 2. DB2 9.7 Features for SAP More Compression LOB Inlining Improved Space Reclamation Simplified Migration to Automatic Storage Enhanced Monitoring Other DB2 9.7 Features 3. SAP BW / DB2 Near-Line Storage © SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 13
    • DB2 9.7 Features for SAP – LOB Inlining DB2 LOB Inlining DDL Statement Table Data Page LOB Data Page Is a transparent feature of the DB2 I C1 engine* CREATE TABLE T1 1 252B 1K Byte ( I INTEGER, Reduces LOB space in a SAP system C1 CLOB(1G) ) 2 2K Byte Allows buffering and compression of 3 4 LOB fields Accelerates access of small LOB fields and improves query performance DDL Statement Table Data Page LOB Data Page Is fully supported for all SAP releases I C1 in standard and extended maintenance CREATE TABLE T1 ( I INTEGER, 1 (>= 4.6D) C1 CLOB(1G) ) 252B 2K Byte 2 Is default for SAP systems* 3 1K Byte 4 * a table reorganization/move is required to inline existing LOB fileds © SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 14
    • DB2 9.7 Features for SAP – LOB Inlining with Compression SEOCOMPODF APQD 600000 150000 Siz e in K B Siz e in K B 400000 100000 200000 50000 0 0 1 2 3 1 2 3 LOBs 390912 390912 2656 LOBs 112320 112320 19072 DATA 146656 38304 32448 DATA 12480 3712 3840 The total savings for the table (data+ LOBs) has increased from 20% with data compression to 93% after inlining and compression in the first case and from 7% to 82% in the second case. © SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 15
    • DB2 9.7 Features for SAP – LOB Inlining DB2 LOB Data Types as used with SAP ABAP DDIC Non- Bytes in data Bytes in data Unicode Type Unicode page page CLOB(32K) CLOB(99K) LCHR 120 144 LOGGED LOGGED BLOB(32K) BLOB(32K) LRAW 120 120 LOGGED LOGGED CLOB(1G) DBCLOB(512M) STRG 252 252 LOGGED LOGGED BLOB(1G) BLOB(1G) RSTR 252 252 LOGGED LOGGED More LOBs will be used in future SAP releases DB2 Migration from LONG to LOB data type More LOBs are used by applications © SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 16
    • Agenda 1. DB2 Optimized for SAP Initiative 2. DB2 9.7 Features for SAP More Compression LOB Inlining Improved Space Reclamation Simplified Migration to Automatic Storage Enhanced Monitoring Other DB2 9.7 Features 3. SAP BW / DB2 Near-Line Storage © SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 17
    • DB2 9.7 Features for SAP – Improved Space Reclamation Index Page Normal DMS and AS Tablespaces Key Value RIDs Tablespace RIDs are pointing directly to data AAA 0001 0001 pages 0006 0002 0003 0003 Moving of data pages online within AAB 0002 0004 tablespace is impossible 0004 0005 0006 BBB 0005 0009 Reclaimable DMS and AS Tablespaces Object relative RIDs are pointing to EMP Index Page EMP Page pages. Only EMP pages contain the Key Value OR RIDs OR RIDs RIDs physical address of data pages. AAA 0001 0001 0001 Tablespace Moving of data pages online within a 0002 0002 0006 0001 tablespace is now possible. 0003 0003 0003 0002 0003 0004 0004 0002 Fully supported by SAP’s DBA cockpit AAB 0004 0005 0005 0004 0005 Reclaimable tablespaces are default* BBB 0006 0006 0005 0006 0007 0007 0009 *existing tablespaces cannot be altered to be reclaimable © SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 18
    • DB2 9.7 Features for SAP – Improved Space Reclamation Automatic Storage Tablespaces ALTER TABLESPACE <tsname> REDUCE [ <size>| MAX | STOP ] DMS Tablespaces Legend ALTER TABLESPACE <tsname> LOWER HIGH WATER MARK [ STOP ] Object 1 Free ALTER TABLESPACE <tsname> REDUCE … Object 2 TBS Object 3 CREATE DATABASE testdb HWM CREATE TABLESPACE ts MANAGED BY AUTOMATIC STORAGE Drop CREATE TABLE t1(key int) IN ts Table 1&3 CREATE TABLE t2 LIKE t1 IN ts CREATE TABLE t3 LIKE t1 IN ts Extents Move // Populate tables with records to achieve HWM HWM extent usage DROP TABLE t1 // extents in FREE state Move Move Extents Extents DROP TABLE t3 // extents in FREE state ALTER TABLESPACE ts REDUCE MAX Step3 Step2 Step1 © SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 19
    • Agenda 1. DB2 Optimized for SAP Initiative 2. DB2 9.7 Features for SAP More Compression LOB Inlining Improved Space Reclamation Simplified Migration to Automatic Storage Enhanced Monitoring Other DB2 9.7 Features 3. SAP BW / DB2 Near-Line Storage © SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 20
    • DB2 9.7 Features for SAP – Enhanced Automatic Storage (1) DB2 Automatic Storage (AS) Fully integrated into SAP installation and DBA Cockpit Greatly reduce the effort of database administration More flexibility with DB2 9.7 DB2 9.7 New Features Add new AS paths to non AS Databases ALTER DATABASE <dbname> ADD STORAGE ON <path1>, <path2> … Easy drop of existing AS paths, which are not used any more for future database growing ALTER DATABASE <dbname> DROP STORAGE ON <path1>, <path2> … State of storage path changed: “In Use” “Drop Pending” Future growth on dropped paths will not occur Each affected tablespace must be rebalanced before dropped path can be removed. Start data rebalancing (online) to move existing data to the new AS paths ALTER TABLESPACE <tsname> REBALANCE © SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 21
    • DB2 9.7 Features for SAP – Enhanced Automatic Storage (2) Existing Path Being ALTER DATABASE Paths Added <dbname> ADD STORAGE ON First Rebalance C0 C1 C0 C1 C4 <path1>, <path2> … stripe set Second C2 C3 C2 C3 C5 stripe set /path /path /path /path /path /path 1 2 3 1 2 3 ALTER DATABASE Existing Paths Being Paths Added <dbname> ADD STORAGE ON First <path1>, <path2> … Rebalance stripe C2 C3 C0 C1 C0 set ALTER DATABASE <dbname> DROP STORAGE ON /path1 /path2 /path3 /path4 /path1 /path3 /path4 <path1>, <path2> … Path Being Dropped © SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 22
    • DB2 9.7 Features for SAP – Enhanced Automatic Storage (3) Migration DMS Tablespaces to Automatic Storage (AS) Enable AS for the database, if it is a non AS database ALTER DATABASE <dbname> ADD STORAGE ON <path1>, <path2> … Alternative 1: Use „Redirect Restore“ (offline operation) RESTORE DB <dbname> REDIRECT For all tablespaces, which should be migrated to AS: SET TABLESPACE CONTAINERS FOR <tsnameID> USING AUTOMATIC STORAGE RESTORE <dbname> CONTINUE Alternative 2: Assign existing DMS tablespace to AS (online operation) ALTER TABLESPACE <tsname> MANAGED BY AUTOMATIC STORAGE ALTER TABLESPACE <tsname> REBALANCE Fully integrated into SAP’s DBA Cockpit © SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 23
    • Agenda 1. DB2 Optimized for SAP Initiative 2. DB2 9.7 Features for SAP More Compression LOB Inlining Improved Space Reclamation Simplified Migration to Automatic Storage Enhanced Monitoring Other DB2 9.7 Features 3. SAP BW / DB2 Near-Line Storage © SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 24
    • Enhanced DB2 9.7 Monitoring – New Database Features with GA and FP1 Others New „Time Spent“ monitor Processing Lock Wait 14% New metrics for wait times, component times and counters 20% implemented as „light weight“ table functions on Others Wait System level 7% Database FCM Receive Database partition Wait z Sort 7% Processing WLM Service class FCM Send 12% Activity level Wait 3% based on SQL cache BP Read Wait Compile 7% Processing New event monitors 9% Commit BP Write Wait 5% Log Write Wait Lock event monitor: Deadlocks, Processing 9% 7% lock-timeouts, lock waits > x seconds Package cache event monitor Event monitor for UOW (not used within SAP) New object metrics for tables, indexes (e.g. index access statistics), tablespaces, database containers (e.g. I/O read/write times), bufferpools More efficient and more powerful performance analysis and tuning Largest time consumers and wait times are easily visible History for all important metrics Support of problem-oriented performance tuning © SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 25
    • Enhanced DB2 9.7 Monitoring – DBA Cockpit Integration (1) New monitoring features in SAP’s DBA cockpit based on DB2 9.7 GA Planned delivery with next release of SAP Solution Managers 7.0 New DB2 UOW overview (former application monitoring) Details about coordinator agent and assigned subagents More details on running activities (“Time Spent” metrics) “Activity Trace” shows selected metrics for an application over time Full integration of new object metrics Integration of new lock event monitor including graphical display of lock wait events Deadlocks, lock-timeouts, lock waits > seconds Selectively switched on and off © SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 26
    • Enhanced DB2 9.7 Monitoring – DBA Cockpit Integration (2) New monitoring features in SAP’s DBA cockpit based on DB2 9.7 FP1 Integration of new Package Cache Event Monitor Ability to see former execution plans for comparison History for almost all DB2 monitoring data Local system for short-term history, e.g. 2 weeks SAP Performance Warehouse for long-term history “Time Spent” metrics with sophisticate drill-down capabilities from top of detailed performance data through interactive charts Global Time-Slice drill-down Others by DB Processing drill-down 14% Lock Wait 20% Partition into Others Wait package 7% cache by FCM Receive Wait Sort selected 7% z Processing 12% metric FCM Send Wait 3% BP Read Wait Compile 7% Processing 9% Commit BP Write Wait 5% drill-down Log Write Wait Processing 7% 9% by Service Class © SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 27
    • Agenda 1. DB2 Optimized for SAP Initiative 2. DB2 9.7 Features for SAP More Compression LOB Inlining Improved Space Reclamation Simplified Migration to Automatic Storage Enhanced Monitoring Other DB2 9.7 Features 3. SAP BW / DB2 Near-Line Storage © SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 28
    • Other DB2 9.7 Features MDC Space Reclaim Reorg TABLE <mdc-table-name> RECLAIM EXTENTS ONLY Easy space reclaim after data roll-out in MDC tables Can be part of automated maintenance policy Fully integrated into SAP’s DBA cockpit SAP NetWeaver BW performance improvements Scan Sharing Star join query improvements DPF costing improvements Compression support for replicated tables Important for SAP internal CRM system, which replicates data to another system used for further BI analysis. © SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 29
    • Other DB2 9.7 Features - Increased Tablespace Capacity Large table space capacity increased by a factor of four Current large table spaces will automatically adopt this feature after moving to 9.7 Page Size Existing TBS size limit New TBS size limit 4KB 2TB 8TB 8KB 4TB 16TB 16KB 8TB 32TB 32KB 16TB 64TB © SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 30
    • Agenda 1. DB2 Optimized for SAP Initiative 2. DB2 9.7 Features for SAP More Compression LOB Inlining Improved Space Reclamation Simplified Migration to Automatic Storage Enhanced Monitoring Other DB2 9.7 Features 3. SAP BW / DB2 Near-Line Storage © SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 31
    • SAP NetWeaver BW Near-Line Storage on DB2 - Motivation Information Lifecycle according to data importance/age Legend: optimal data location tolerable data location unacceptable data location Near-Line Storage = Online Database Classic Archive “Near Online” Storage Frequently read/ changed data (actual) Infrequently read data Very rarely read data (aged) Archiving Near-Line Storage BW Data Process Online Data Data-Archive (SAP ADK) Benefits of Near-Line Storage Reduce size of your online BW database Improve performance of the online database: BW queries,ETL processing and administration tasks Reduce costs of your SAP NetWeaver BW solution © SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 32
    • SAP NetWeaver BW Near-Line Storage on DB2 – Technical Details SAP NW BW Nearline Storage (NLS) Interface SAP NetWeaver BW BI OLAP Request based data transfer between BW Online Database and Nearline Storage BI OLAP BI Data Manager Transparent access to NLS data with DB Interface DB Interface General NLS General Nearline BW Queries DBMS Layer Layer Interface Storage Interface Relational DB Relational DB TREX/ DB2 LUW NLS Data Transfer Process (DTP) DB2 / Nearline Interface Interface Interface Storage Interface Supported BW objects: InfoCubes ABAP second connection Data Store Objects (DSOs) BW Database Near-Line Storage Online Data DB2 Database DB2 specific NLS implementation InfoCube DSO InfoCube DSO Store NLS data in a separate DB2 database 2009 2009 2006 2005 2008 2008 2005 2004 NLS access via ABAP second connection 2007 2007 2004 2003 2006 2003 Defaults for DB2 / NLS database: Automatic Storage Self Tuning Memory Management Row Compression + Index compression (DB2 9.7) Multi Dimensional Clustering (MDC) © SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 33
    • SAP NetWeaver BW Near-Line Storage on DB2 – Integrated Solution Delivery planned with SAP NetWeaver BW with 7.01 SP6 and DB2 9.5 Administration and monitoring of the NLS database (remote db) fully integrated into DBA cockpit Near-Line Storage Set-up of NLS database integrated DB2 into SAP’s installation tool Database “One stop” support for BW and NLS database Based on proven DB2 technology Included in SAP DB2 OEM license at no extra cost DB2/NLS can also be used for SAP NetWeaver BW systems on other database platforms * * DB2 license needed © SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 34
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    • Further Information SAP Public Web: SAP Developer Network (SDN): https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/db6 Discussion Forum: https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/forum?forumID=187 Related Workshops/Lectures at SAP TechEd 2009 ALM203, The all new SAP Database Performance Warehouse © SAP AG 2009. All rights reserved. / Page 36
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