Curso de Application Data Recovery for DB2 UDB for z/OS and OS/390 CF891MX - Álvaro Obregón - Distrito Federal - I5879

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Curso de Application Data Recovery for DB2 UDB for z/OS and OS/390 CF891MX
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Curso de Application Data Recovery for DB2 UDB for z/OS and OS/390 CF891MX - Álvaro Obregón - Distrito Federal

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Curso de Application Data Recovery for DB2 UDB for z/OS and OS/390 CF891MX
  • Modalidad de impartición

    La modalidad es presencial.

  • Número de horas

    Preguntar.

  • Titulación oficial

    Certicicación Técnica Profesional de IBM de Application Data Recovery for DB2 UDB for z/OS and OS/390.

  • Valoración del Programa

    Este curso tiene como objetivo el diseño e implementación de los datos de aplicaciones de backup y recuperación de los procedimientos de sus instalaciones. Conceptos básicos de copia de seguridad y recuperación, describir las situaciones importantes que requieren la recuperación de datos, explicar el concepto básico de DB2 de registro, explicar la copia de seguridad básica de DB2 y el concepto de recuperación.

  • Precio del curso

    Consultar.

  • Dirigido a

    Está dirigido para aquellas personas que les interese la aplicación de datos de aplicaciones de backup y recuperación de los procedimientos para DB2 UDB para z / OS.

  • Empleabilidad

    En el campo de la Tecnología.

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Curso de Application Data Recovery for DB2 UDB for z/OS and OS/390 CF891MX - Álvaro Obregón - Distrito Federal Comentarios sobre Curso de Application Data Recovery for DB2 UDB for z/OS and OS/390 CF891MX - Álvaro Obregón - Distrito Federal
Objetivos del Curso:
Design and implement application data backup and recovery procedures for your installations
Prácticas:
This a Hands-On Capacitation
Curso dirigido a:
Individuals who support and implement application data backup and recovery procedures for DB2 UDB for z/OS.
Titulación:
Certicicación Técnica Profesional de IBM de Application Data Recovery for DB2 UDB for z/OS and OS/390
Contenido:
KEY TOPICS
  - Backup and recovery basics
  - Describe the major situations requiring the recovery of data
  - Explain the basic DB2 logging concept
  - Explain the basic DB2 backup and recovery concept
  - Describe the restrictive and advisory states relevant for backup and recovery
  - Explain the purpose of the Logical Page List and of Write Error Page Ranges
  - Normal backup of table and index spaces (normal backup in this context means the creation of DB2 image copies using the COPY utility)
  - Create full and incremental image copies or inline copies for table spaces
  - Create conditional image copies for table spaces
  - Create image copies for indexes
  - Establish additional copies of image copies
  - Merge full and incremental image copies to obtain new full or incremental image copies
  - Delete image copies no longer needed
  - Following the lecture, you will practice these COPY functions by completing a series of machine lab exercises
  - Normal recovery of table and index spaces (normal recovery in this context means the recovery using DB2 image copies and the RECOVER utility)
  - Prepare the recovery of a table space or index space
  - Recover a table space or COPY enabled index space to current
  - An entire table space or index space
  - A partition or data set
  - An error range
  - Replace defective volumes during recovery
  - Understand the fallback recovery concept
  - Rebuild indexes
  - You will perform online machine exercises to acquire skills necessary to:
  - Recover a table space or a copy enabled index to current
  - Replace a defective volume during recovery
  - Recover a table space when local image copy data sets are not available
  - Understand additional recovery considerations when dealing with Large Object (LOB) data
  - Point-in-time recovery (normal recovery to an earlier point in time for table spaces and index spaces)
  - Plan for point-in-time recoveries
  - Prepare point-in-time recoveries
  - Perform point-in-time recoveries involving table spaces other than LOB table spaces
  - Perform point-in-time recoveries involving LOB table spaces
  - Understand the consequences for LOB table spaces with LOG NO
  - Resolve pending conditions resulting from point-in-time recoveries
  - Following this lecture, you will perform a set of exercises to acquire skills necessary to recover application data to an earlier point-in-time from image copies using the DB2 RECOVER utility
  - Generic utility jobs (LISTDEF, TEMPLATE, and OPTIONS as far as they are relevant for backup and recovery)
  - Provide reusable list definitions for use by the DB2 utilities
  - Use list definitions in utility control statements and understand how they expand
  - Describe the concept and working of templates replacing utility DD statements
  - Use templates in utility jobs to simplify Job Control Language (JCL)
  - Use templates together with list definitions
  - Use the OPTIONS utility control statement to control execution parameters for utility jobs
  - You will perform online exercises to gain skills in:
  - Creating reusable list definitions
  - Using list definitions in utility control statements
  - Creating templates for dynamic allocation of utility data sets
  - Using templates in utility jobs to simplify JCL
  - Using the OPTIONS control statement
  - Using nonstandard copies (for the backup and recovery of table spaces or index spaces)
  - Establish DB2 Data Facility Storage Management Subsystem (DFSMS) concurrent copies using the CONCURRENT option of the COPY utility
  - Restore DB2 DFSMS concurrent copies established using the CONCURRENT option
  - Understand the prerequisites for establishing nonstandard copies
  - Establish and restore nonstandard copies using the DSN1COPY stand-alone utility
  - Establish and restore nonstandard copies using native DFSMS Data Set Services (DFSMSdss)
  - During the hands-on exercises for this topic you will:
  - Create nonstandard copies using the DSN1COPY stand-alone utility
  - Restore nonstandard copies using the DSN1COPY stand-alone utility
  - Apply log changes to restored copies
  - Special recovery situations (including down-level data, the recovery of dropped objects, and the repair of pages)
  - Handle down-level data
  - Prevent the accidental dropping of tables, table spaces, or databases
  - Recover accidentally dropped table spaces
  - Recover accidentally dropped tables
  - Print and analyze pages of table spaces or partitions
  - Repair pages of table spaces if necessary
  - The interactive exercises for this topic include practicing the techniques to:
  - Recover an accidentally dropped table
  - Recover an accidentally dropped table space
  - Print and analyze pages of a table space
  - Repair a pages of table space
  - Application recovery (how application programs should be structured to preclude recovery problems and what can be done if they do not follow these recommendations)
  - Convince application programmers to structure programs into committable units
  - Teach application programmers how to make programs restartable
  - Advise system programmers in canceling threads without backout being performed
  - Instruct system programmers how to postpone backout work during DB2 restarts
  - Cancel the postponed backout for objects being recovered or replaced

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