Hello DB2 world.
My name is Kshitij Kohli, people call me Kohli. I am a Database Administrator for Church Mutual Insurance Company in Merrill WI. It is the leading insurer for religious organizations in the United States of America. I have a Masters Degree in Computer Science from Illinois Institute of technology, and I recently won Db2's Got Talent. It's a Contest hosted annually by DBI and the final replay is available here http://www.dbisoftware.com/blog/db2nightshow.php?id=349.
I work on all aspects related to Database Administration from Operational to Application to Architectural. I have also built significant amounts of new Environments. My favorite part is Performance Tuning, ranging from Indexing to Memory management to MDC's to MQT's. I love my Science Projects (that's what I call my research.)
The reason why I am here is to share my experiences with the DB2 community by writing about the different issues I have solved while working. We all know that search engines are our best friends these days, however we still need to figure things out ourselves. It shows us a path but does not take us to our final destination. I am here to try and make it a little easier by presenting/blogging about solutions to issues step by step. I call it Kohli's DB2 Cookbook.
These will be some of my initial blogs.
- Expressions over Columns on Predicates
- Free Text Search
- Pragmatic approach for importing exporting data
- Restore Redirects
- DB2 Connect
- Indexes know all about
- Memory configuration and more........
Please please please do not hesitate to leave a comment. Any kind of feed back is appreciated "good, bad or ugly." I am sure that I may make a few mistakes, however I will correct them on my future posts.
You can all leave me feed back by leaving a comment here or on my contact below
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
My goal is to write a blog once every week. I need all your blessings. I hope everyone learns something and enjoys what I write. I sure am going to learn a lot.
Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime. -Stephen Covey