An inside look at DB2 Advanced Enterprise Server Edition, Part 1, Performance management and storage optimization

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Date archived: January 13, 2017 | Last updated: June 14, 2012|First published: March 31, 2011

IBM® DB2® Advanced Enterprise Server Edition (AESE) is a high-value, single-price offering that includes all the functionality of the IBM DB2 Enterprise Server Edition 10, and it includes compression, workload classes prioritization, and heterogeneous replication. In addition, DB2 AESE includes tools to help with performance optimization, Java™ application development, and system management. A comprehensive solution for managing critical aspects of DB2 environments, DB2 AESE simplifies the acquisition, and use of core database features and complementary tools for development and deployment, administration, storage optimization, and performance optimization. With the inclusion of these capabilities in a single offering, you can reduce costs and improve your ability to manage the DB2 environment. This article focuses on performance management and storage optimization.

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