DB2Night Show: Data Warehouse Performance Tuning – Friday, June 24
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The DB2Night Show first launched in September 2009, and since that time, there have been many requests from the DB2 LUW community for an episode on DB2 LUW Data Warehouse Performance Tuning. It took a while to find the best speakers, but the ideal guests will be on Friday’s episode, which is the Season 2 Finale.
Join Kate Kurtz, Haider Rizvi and Gregor Meyer as they share with IBM recommendations and suggested best practices for optimizing performance of Data Warehouse Databases. If you're trying to make DPF or multi-partition databases run queries as fast as possible, then you should sign up for this show.
Topic: Recommendations and suggested best practices for optimizing performance of Data Warehouse Databases
Speakers: Kate Kurtz, Haider Rizvi, Gregor Meyer. Host: Scott Hayes
Date: Friday, June 24
Time: 11:00 ET
About the speakers:
Haider Rizvi is a Senior Technical Staff Member (STSM) in the Information Management division at the IBM Toronto Lab. He is responsible for the IBM Smart Analytics System architecture and design, a data warehousing solution built using the InfoSphere Warehouse software, IBM servers and storage systems. He is interested in data warehousing performance issues both at the code level as well as systems configuration and tuning.
Haider joined IBM in 1994 in the DB2 Parallel Edition development team. Since then Haider has been working towards improving the DB2 product for data warehousing workloads. He has an M.S. in Computer Engineering from Rice University, Houston and an M.B.A. from the Ivey School of Business, University of Western Ontario.
Gregor Meyer: Data Warehouse Architect, Boeblingen Lab, Germany
Katherine Kurtz has been a member of the DB2 development team since 1997 and is currently an Information Development Manger for DB2 LUW and the IBM Smart Analytics System for the DB2 LUW Development team at the IBM Canada Lab in Markham, Ontario. She holds a Bachelor of Mathematics (Computer Science and Pure Math) from the University of Waterloo and a Bachelor of Education from the University of Western Ontario. Katherine’s work is focused on understanding how customers use our products, and how IBM can make our products more consumable through the sharing of best practices that incorporate insight from IBM technical leaders in the Lab and in the field. Katherine also has deep experience in DB2 System Verification and Test, SAP/DB2 Integration, customer support, performance development and release management.
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