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    • *** Click on any Session to see more detail *** Dallas Regional Forum – September 7-8, 2010 Day 1 – September 7 DB2 for z/OS DB2 for LUW 08:00 - 08:45 Registration and Continental Breakfast 08:45 - 09:00 Opening remarks Suresh Sane (DST Rob Williams (TD Bank Systems, Inc.) Financial Group) "Ask not what the Optimizer "DB2 for LUW Performance" 09:00 - 10:30 can do for you – Ask what you can do for the Optimizer" 10:30 - 10:45 Break Bryan Paulsen (Highmark, Burt Vialpando (IBM) Inc.) "DBA Integrated Tools - Part I" 10:45 - 12:15 "DB2 9 for z/OS – John Deere’s User Experience" Lunch and Vendor Solution Presentation Rick Weaver (BMC) - "TBD" 12:15 - 13:30 Ulf Heinrich (Software Burt Vialpando (IBM) Engineering GmbH) "DBA Integrated Tools- Part II" 13:30 - 15:00 "Dynamic SQL Management and Protection" 15:00 - 15:15 Break (IBM.) Melanie Stopfer (IBM) 15:15 - 16:45 "TBD" “Best Practices for Upgrading to DB2 LUW V9.7” Day 2 – September 8 DB2 for z/OS DB2 for LUW Bill Schray(IBM) Melanie Stopfer (IBM) "DB2 9 Migration, “ Part 1 - DB2 LUW New 08:45 - 12:15 Performance and Getting Enhancements and Ready for DB2 10 - part 1" Performance - Yippee" Lunch and Vendor Solution Presentation 12:15 - 13:30 (IBM) – “TBD” Mark Radar (IBM) Melanie Stopfer (IBM) "DB2 9 Migration, " Part 2 - DB2 LUW More 13:30 - 17:00 Performance and Getting Performance, Recovery, and Ready for DB2 10 - part 2" Tips - Oh My!"
    • Suresh Sane (DST Systems inc) - "Ask not what the Optimizer can do for you – Ask what you can do for the Optimizer” Suresh Sane is an IDUG Hall of Fame speaker with two Best User Speaker awards and numerous top 10 finishes. He has lectured worldwide and co- authored 4 IBM Redbooks (Dynamic SQL, Stored Procedures, Data Integrity and DB2 Packages). He is a long time IDUG volunteer and was the Conference Chair for IDUG NA 2008. He currently serves on the IDUG Board of Directors. He was recognized as an IBM Information Champion in 2009. Abstract: “This query used to run in 5 seconds and now takes an hour! How could the Optimizer do this to me?” Sounds familiar? But are you sure the Optimizer is at fault? In this session, we will examine the challenges faced by cost-based optimization and identify steps to minimize, if not eliminate, such behavior. We will also cover various ways of influencing and stabilizing the optimal access path. We will transition from the “Why doesn’t IBM?” complaint to the more positive “What can I do TODAY?” action plan. Bryan Paulsen (IBM) "DB2 9 for z/OS – John Deere’s User Experience" Bryan Paulsen is a technology architect for John Deere in Moline, IL. He specializes in DB2 for z/OS in the DB2 Classic/Legacy and DB2 SAP environments. His experiences include DB2 systems programming, project manager for the DB2 10, DB2 9 and DB2 V8 beta programs, DB2 disaster recovery technical lead and project manager for migrating John Deere's SAP implementations to SAP on DB2 for z/OS. He is a founding member of the z/SAP Very Large Database (VLDB) Technical Exchange; an organization of companies running SAP on DB2 for z/OS. Bryan has spoken at IDUG North America, IDUG Europe, IBM's Information On Demand, SHARE, Central Canada DB2 User Group, Colorado DB2 User Group and several IDUG Regional Forums. He received the Best User Speaker Award for IDUG North America 2004, 2007, 2009 and IDUG Europe 2007. He is a member of the IDUG Speakers Hall of Fame. He was recognized as an IBM Information Management Champion for 2009 and 2010. Bryan has served on the IDUG North America Conference Planning Committee since 2007. He is the IDUG North America 2011 Conference Chair.
    • Abstract: John Deere participated in the DB2 9 for z/OS Early Support Program back in 2007. Since that time we have been migrating DB2 9 to our Classic/Legacy and SAP environments. This updated presentation will include the items we tested as part of the ESP and include new material from what we have learned during the migrations and while running DB2 9. This presentation will provide an introduction to some of the new DB2 9 features including universal tablespaces, clone tables, partition by growth, index compression, not logged tables, roles and trusted context, several utility enhancements, BACKUP SYSTEM and RESTORE SYSTEM utilities, reordered row format and DB2 9 spatial object exploitation. Just for fun, I'll compare some of the DB2 9 features with the equipment we make at John Deere. Ulf Heinrich (Software Engineering GmbH) - "Dynamic SQL Management and Protection” Ulf Heinrich is the Director of Solutions Delivery at SOFTWARE ENGINEERING GmbH. He specializes in DB2 recovery issues and database maintenance, focusing on the growing requirement for 24x7 operations and cost reduction. As a consultant at large customer sites, he has implemented database maintenance procedures and recovery strategies, and also experienced the pitfalls of recovery scenarios under real-world recovery pressure. His activities cover EMEA, as well as North America through SE’s U.S. subsidiary, SEGUS Inc. He’s involved in the development of SE’s maintenance and recovery solutions. Abstract: Dynamic SQL opened up some great opportunities facing today’s dynamic business needs. However, the downside is that dynamic SQL by nature is difficult to manage and to control. Especially in comparison to the capabilities we have for our static world, we lost control! There is no BIND, there is no REBIND and a RUNSTATS invalidates access paths even if it doesn’t touch the DB2 catalog. This presentation shows how you get back control of what happens in your environment. You get introduced to the various monitoring options that DB2 already provides out of the box, procedures you can implement to gain the same control and quality that we know from the static world and lots of hands-on tips and tricks that make your life in a dynamic world much easier. Rob Williams (TD Bank Financial Group) - "DB2 LUW Performance" Rob Williams has recently been spending his time refactoring and architecting applications to utilize PureXML, pureQuery, and Net Search Extender. He is a Certified Advanced DB2 DBA and Certified DB2 Application Developer. Rob has experience in database and application migrations, DB2 cross platform application development, performance tuning, disaster recovery, server administration, and database administration. He has also been focusing on offloading complex calculations such as encryption onto commodity graphics cards and implementing next generation storage technology.
    • Abstract: Burt Vialpando (IBM) - "DB2 for LUW DBA Integrated Tools” Burt Vialpando has been an IBM employee since 1998, with professional database experience since 1984. Burt is a Senior Certified IT specialist currently working for the DB2 migration team performing pre-sales Oracle to DB2 migration support. He holds numerous DB2, Oracle, and other certifications, currently serves on the IBM IT Certification Board and is an IBM Plateau Level I Inventor. Abstract: Topic I Workload Manager - 90 minutes This is a presentation on the DB2 core engine Workload Manager capability. The DB2 Workload Manager can manage and control all work executed in your DB2 database. Each user that requests work is mapped to a workload that in turn controls the amount of CPU, prefetch and buffer pool used. In addition, thresholds can limit or remap activities dynamically. This allows different users to get different amounts of resource in the database, even if when executing identical workloads. Learn about setting up and monitoring this environment all from a DB2 command line interface. Topic II Optim DBA Tools part 1: The Optim Database Administrator - 60 minutes This topic shows basic Optim family database management functionality. It shows how to use the Optim tooling for database administration and SQL editing and debugging of a stored procedure. This topic explains advanced database administration exercises by using task assistants and the Change Management Script Editor (CMSE). Task assistants perform all the Graphical User Interface (GUI) interfacing a DBA needs to create, alter or drop any object in the database as well as perform various database maintenance activities. The Change Management Script Editor helps you specify changes to your database, create change versioning, generate scripts from comparison checks, transfer data, provide change reporting, and more. Optim DBA Tools part 2: The Optim High Performance Unload - 30 minutes This stand alone utility is extremely fast at unloading IBM DB2 data, but it is more than that. The topic will cover how High Performance Unload (HPU) can be used to unload data from a DB2 backup, perform a complete data migration from database to database, how to re-partition a DPF database, how to convert and sample data, and more. The labs will give you practice at much of the HPU functionality. Melanie Stopfer (IBM) - “Best Practices for Upgrading to DB2 LUW V9.7” Melanie Stopfer is a Consulting Learning Specialist and Developer for IBM Software Group. As a Certified DB2 9 Database Administrator, DB2 Certified Advanced Technical Expert and Certified Learning Facilitation Specialist, she has provided hands-on in-depth technical support to customers specializing in both
    • data warehouse and transaction systems. She has worked with development labs and worldwide customers to provide DB2 solutions since 1988. Melanie is a member of the IDUG Speaker Hall of Fame and was selected as Best Overall Speaker at IDUG NA in 2009 and 2008, Top Ten Speaker at IDUG NA 2009, 2008, 2007, and IDUG Europe 2008 and 2007. She has received numerous awards for development of DB2 recovery, administration, performance and migration best practice solutions. Abstract: Are you responsible for upgrading your database to DB2 9.7? Planning your upgrade is much easier if you know these best practices. Are you looking for details about what will change when you upgrade? Do you know what will not change? What new features will be implemented when you create a new database? Come learn about often overlooked but very important tips and tricks to understand before upgrading. Educational Seminar(DB2 for z/OS) "DB2 9 Migration, Performance and Getting Ready for DB2 10 - part 1" Bill Schray (IBM) - “DB2 10 for z/OS Beta - Technical Preview” Abstract: This session will recap the key features of DB2 9 for z/OS, followed by a look at DB2 10, the next release of DB2. If your organization needs to lower operating costs through CPU cycle reductions while still building a strong foundation for SOA and XML initiatives, you’ll learn how much DB2 10 for z/OS will have to offer. Database administrators will find improved database performance, scalability and availability, while memory management is dramatically reduced, so growth is much simpler, as are many other tasks. You’ll also have more flexible security to help with regulatory compliance. A wide range of enhancements improve the functionality and performance of ERP applications and data warehousing. Application developers will learn about the second release of pureXML®, which improves the SQL and XML interface to access XML data stored in a native format. We’ll discuss powerful new SQL enhancements, including improved SQL and data definition compatibility with other DB2 platforms, making porting much easier. Bill Schray (IBM) – “Performance Updates on IBM DB2 9 for z/OS” Abstract: Hear the latest updates on system and application performance on IBM DB2 9 for z/OS. The session focuses on getting the most out of DB2 9 for z/OS performance. Both system-level and application-level of performance tuning and considerations in the area of high interest is covered, such as updates on general performance enhancements in V8 and V9, considerations on V9 migration,
    • updates on open/close datasets, data/index compression, SQL procedures, synergy with IBM System z Hardware and DB2 pureXML performance. Mark Radar(IBM)- “DB2 9 for z/OS Migration Experiences” Abstract: This presentation discusses migrating, primarily to DB2 9, preparing to use the new functions, understanding and early planning for DB2 10. Process, customer recommendations, and pointers to more information are included. This session will focus on the tasks of the person who installs DB2. Systems programmers and database administrators generally perform this task. This session will help you get ready to migrate to the new version and to be ready for the next one. Whether you are ready to migrate now or are still years away, the planning step should start now, so that you can use your time more effectively. Mark Radar(IBM)- “Best Practices & Update of DB2 for z/OS Utilities” Abstract: DB2 utility performance is of primary importance for DB2 development. This presentation will cover recent enhancements to utilities that enable you to maximize performance and minimize resource consumption. We’ll highlight significant improvements in sort processing and zIIP exploitation, and show you how you can take immediate advantage of these improvements. Melanie Stopfer (IBM) - "Part 1 - DB2 LUW New Enhancements and Performance - Yippee!" " Part 2 - DB2 LUW More Performance, Recovery, and Tips - Oh My !” Melanie Stopfer is a Consulting Learning Specialist and Developer for IBM Software Group. As a Certified DB2 9 Database Administrator, DB2 Certified Advanced Technical Expert and Certified Learning Facilitation Specialist, she has provided hands-on in-depth technical support to customers specializing in both data warehouse and transaction systems. She has worked with development labs and worldwide customers to provide DB2 solutions since 1988. Melanie is a member of the IDUG Speaker Hall of Fame and was selected as Best Overall Speaker at IDUG NA in 2009 and 2008, Top Ten Speaker at IDUG NA 2009, 2008, 2007, and IDUG Europe 2008 and 2007. She has received numerous awards for development of DB2 recovery, administration, performance and migration best practice solutions. Abstract: Do you want to better understand and tune your DB2 LUW database? Are you looking for tips to make your life easier? Melanie will present analogies and insider advice to help DBAs improve performance, availability, reliability, recovery and usability. The goal is to provide you with an arsenal of tips and knowledge
    • you can use in various database administration situations. Come learn new DB2 LUW ideas, tips and enhancements that you need to know. Objectives: · Gain knowledge of advanced performance tips · Implement recovery and reliability tips · Analyze tips to improve utilities · Learn about new DB2 LUW enhancements to improve performance, recovery and problem determination Lunch and Vendor Solution Presentation Rick Weaver (BMC) - "TBD" Rick Weaver has over 30 years of experience in Systems and Database Administration for IMS and DB2 database systems, and has been involved in developing large, complex, mission critical applications in a variety of business areas for several Fortune 50 companies. At BMC since 1994, Rick has worked in Software Consulting, Professional Services, Product Marketing, and Product Management. Rick is currently Product Manager for DB2 Solutions, responsible for setting product direction and managing release requirements for the BMC Software DB2 for z/OS product line. Abstract: (IBM) – “TBD” Abstract