Now is the PERFECT time to validate your skills and demonstrate your IBM DB2 9 proficiency with Information Management Professional Certification. Ensure your success on exam day by taking advantage of our preparation resources.
IBM DB2 9 Database Administration for Z/OS Exam (732)
Length: 73 questionsPassing score: 57%Duration: 90 minutes
Job Role Description:The IBM Certified Database Administrator is the lead database administrator (DBA) for the DB2 9 product on the z/OS operating system. This individual has significant experience as a DBA and extensive knowledge of the DB2 9, specifically the new features and functionality related to Version 9. They are capable of performing the intermediate to advanced tasks related to database design and implementation, operation and recovery, security and auditing, performance, and installation and migration/upgrades specific to the z/OS operating system.
To attain the IBM Certified Database Administrator - DB2 9 for z/OS certification, candidates must pass two exams (730 and 732) or be certified as an IBM Certified Database Associate - DB2 Universal Database V8.1 (exam 700) and pass exam 732.
* section 1 Design and Implementation 26% * section 2 Operation and Recovery 29% * section 3 Security and Auditing 11% * section 4 Performance 29% * section 5 Installation and Migration/Upgrade 5%
Study Materials:Self Study Preparation TutorialsOn-line Professional Certification Assessment ExamsTake an IBM Exam at Thompson PrometricTake an IBM Exam at Pearson VUE
For additional information, see the Information Management Certification website.
Coming soon:1) New DB2 for z/OS Certification Study Guide by Susan Lawson and Daniel Luksetich.. to be published in June or July by MC Press. Pre-order information will be blogged about when the information is available.
2) IDUG pre-conference Crammer Course featuring Susan Lawson.
This is the month when many certification exams are launching. Stay tuned for more details!
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