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Using DB2 High Availability Disaster Recovery with Tivoli Systems Automation and Reliable Scalable Cluster Technology

Troubleshooting your DB2 high availability integrated solution

Dipali Kapadia (dkapadia@ca.ibm.com), DB2 Continuing Engineering Software Developer, IBM
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Dipali Kapadia has been with IBM for four years. She is currently working in DB2 Continuing Engineering for High Availability (HA), working on production problems and further enhancements on the HA component. Dipali holds a Bachelor of Engineering, specializing in Software Design from McMaster University. Dipali also has one previous developerWorks article.
Michelle Chiu (mtmchiu@ca.ibm.com), DB2 Continuing Engineering Software Developer, IBM
Michelle Chiu
Michelle Chiu has been with the DB2 Continuing Engineering HA team since the introduction of the integrated solution in DB2 9.5 release. She has assisted customers in the adoption of this solution and has driven numerous functionality and serviceability improvements. Michelle holds an Honours Bachelor of Mathematics degree from the University of Waterloo, specializing in Computer Science - Bioinformatics.

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The IBM DB2 High Availability (HA) feature, introduced in IBM DB2 9.5 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows, enables a new level of integration between the data server and cluster management software, providing a unified High Availability Disaster Recovery (HADR) automation framework. In this tutorial, get an introduction to this integrated solution, and learn about useful diagnostic tools for working with DB2 and Tivoli Systems Automation, a key piece of the solution. Achieve the highest possible level of performance and reliability for your data, understanding how to solve problems and address issues.

This tutorial is meant for readers who have some knowledge of HADR, but may be new to the integrated solution—DB2 with IBM Tivoli® Systems Automation (TSA) and IBM Reliable Scalable Cluster Technology (RSCT).

Date:  30 Sep 2010
Level:  Intermediate PDF:  A4 and Letter (185 KB | 35 pages)Get Adobe® Reader®

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Photo of Dipali Kapadia

Dipali Kapadia has been with IBM for four years. She is currently working in DB2 Continuing Engineering for High Availability (HA), working on production problems and further enhancements on the HA component. Dipali holds a Bachelor of Engineering, specializing in Software Design from McMaster University. Dipali also has one previous developerWorks article.

Michelle Chiu

Michelle Chiu has been with the DB2 Continuing Engineering HA team since the introduction of the integrated solution in DB2 9.5 release. She has assisted customers in the adoption of this solution and has driven numerous functionality and serviceability improvements. Michelle holds an Honours Bachelor of Mathematics degree from the University of Waterloo, specializing in Computer Science - Bioinformatics.

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