Curso de DB2 for Z/OS System Performance and Tuning CF881MX - Álvaro Obregón - Distrito Federal - IBM Traning Centro de Capacitación - I5883

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Curso de DB2 for Z/OS System Performance and Tuning CF881MX - Álvaro Obregón - Distrito Federal

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Curso de DB2 for Z/OS System Performance and Tuning CF881MX
  • Modalidad de impartición

    La modalidad de impartición es presencial.

  • Número de horas

    Consultar.

  • Titulación oficial

    Certicicación Técnica Profesional de IBM de DB2 for Z/OS System Performance and Tuning.

  • Valoración del Programa

    Los objetivos del programa son: Entender los procesos de DB2 que se relacionan con el rendimiento de DB2, interpretar la salida de rastreo de DB2 en DB2 Monitor de rendimiento (PM) forma, analizar la concurrencia y cuestiones de serialización, sintonizar un subsistema DB2, proporcionar información de calidad para ayudar a los programadores de sistemas que trabajan así DB2, entre otros.

  • Precio del curso

    Preguntar.

  • Dirigido a

    Este es un curso avanzado de Tecnologías de la Información (TI) personas, que sintonizan los sistemas DB2 en entornos z / OS.

  • Empleabilidad

    Al terminarás podrás laborar en el campo de la tecnología.

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Objetivos del Curso:
- Understand DB2 processes as they relate to DB2 performance - Interpret DB2 trace output in DB2 Performance Monitor (PM) forma - Analyze concurrency and serialization issues - Tune a DB2 subsystem - Provide quality input to help system programmers make DB2 work well
Prácticas:
This a Hands-On Capacitation
Curso dirigido a:
This is an advanced course for Information Technology (IT) individuals, who tune DB2 systems in the z/OS environments.
Titulación:
Certicicación Técnica Profesional de IBM de DB2 for Z/OS System Performance and Tuning
Contenido:
KEY TOPICS

Course introduction
  - Identify which topics are going to be discussed, and which will not
  - Explain why some z/OS concepts and controls have important influences on DB2 performance
  - Describe how DB2 works so that you can begin to monitor and tune DB2

DB2 instrumentation facility
  - Set up and handle DB2 traces for both continuous monitoring and for problem analysis
  - Relate when to start with statistics or with accounting reports, depending on the situation
  - Decide how to monitor and tune in your environment
  - Discuss basic principles of reading and understanding monitor reports

DB2 workload
  - Describe how various types of processing are reflected on the reports
  - Find basic workload information on Statistics and Accounting reports
  - Break down a program\\\'s elapsed time into the individual components
  - Control the maximum number of jobs that can concurrently exist  within DB2

Lab exercise part I
  - Examine standard reports to determine the workload for the lab environment

Operating system and hardware considerations
  - Discuss operating system and hardware topics with other systems people
  - Describe the features and limits of certain hardware
  - Relate DB2-originated reports with system-originated reports

The DB2 system
  - Monitor current usage (behavior) of important parts of DB2
  - Differentiate between good and bad behavior
  - Turn the tuning knobs on the DB2 system level
  - Assist application developers to exploit (if needed) certain features on the DB2 system level
  - Explain to application developers some things they should not do

Lab exercise part II
  - Tune the DB2 subsystem, including the Internal Resource Lock Manager (IRLM), using statistics short and long reports and the system parameters report
  - Using these reports, determine the bottlenecks within the DB2 system

Locking and concurrency
  - Monitor the working of DB2\\\'s concurrency mechanism
  - Report unusual events to application developers
  - Provide detailed reporting to enable application developers to solve certain problems
  - Adjust DB2 system control knobs

The DB2 attachments
  - Obtain accounting information from the different environments (Time Sharing Option (TSO), CICS, and Information Management System (IMS))
  - Recognize accounting anomalies that may occur
  - Take measures to increase/decrease the maximum amount of work that can flow into DB2
  - Take measures to prevent query users from overloading your system
  - Apply performance options in the CICS and IMS interfaces to DB2

DB2 utilities
  - Identify potential benefits and dangers of allowing utilities and applications to run together (the modern world)
  - Tune (or advise on tuning) general issues in DB2 utilities
  - Provide utility execution details by means of DB2 trace data

Lab exercise part III
  - Using the accounting detail report, determine the performance problems causing two CICS transactions to exhibit an extremely high CLASS 1 elapsed time

Managing DB2 performance
   - Plan to apply the skills attained from this course, after returning to work, to meet the challenge of: monitoring and tuning DB2
   - Plan to apply the skills attained from this course, after returning to work, to meet the challenge of discussing DB2 performance topics with system individuals
   - Plan to apply the skills attained from this course, after returning to work, to meet the challenge of discussing DB2 performance topics with application individuals

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