The next Chat with the Lab takes place next Thursday, Jan 26 from 12:30 – 2:00 pm. Join Rav Ahuja and Bill Minor (DB2 Tooling Development Team) for a discussion about Advanced Recovery Solutions.
Date: Thurs, Jan 26, 2012
Time: 12:30-2:00 PM Eastern / 11:30 AM Central / 9:30 AM Pacific / 17:30hrs London / 18:30hrs Frankfurt, Paris / India 11 PM
The availability and integrity of data is critical to the business enterprise. When a problem occurs and your data is compromised or unavailable, it is paramount to be able to recover from such an 'outage' as quickly as possible. Equally important, is the ability to recover efficiently by quickly identifying recovery assets and minimizing the recovery scope, required resources and effort. This session will explore in detail the Advanced Recovery Solutions for DB2 LUW. The solutions are comprised of the Recovery Expert, Merge Backup and High Performance Unload tools. The Advanced Recovery Solutions for DB2 LUW provide unique capabilities for changed data analysis, elimination of physical or logical data errors and maximizing data availability. We will examine in detail the features these solutions present and demonstrate, through realistic user scenarios, the business value that can be gained by complementing and extending your data management and recovery strategies with these tools.
Presentation slides will be available for download from ibm.com/db2/labchats shortly before the webcast starts.
DB2 Chat with the Lab is a free webinar series from the IBM labs.
The chat is recorded and available for replay. Here are some previous chats you may be interested in:
- Leveraging Clouds for Small and Big Data
- DB2 and Oracle: An Autonomic Computing Comparison
- Setting up Private Clouds for Database Workloads
- The Latest in Advanced Performance Diagnostics for DB2
- Oracle and DB2 An Architectural Comparison
- DB2 Update - Whats new since V9.7 GA
- Use Cloud Computing to Accelerate DB2 Development and Test
- DB2 High Availability
- DB2 pureScale: Always-on, Elastic Database Cluster
- Moving easily from Sybase ASE to DB2
- Leveraging Spatial capabilities in your Database
- Introducing DB2 Health Advisor Service
For more information, see the DB2Channel.com page for DB2Chats.
SusanChat with the Lab: Advanced Recovery Solutions for DB2 LUW