How do I handle multi-temperature data in my warehouse?
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Did you know that data has temperatures? Can data run a fever? What happens if your data catches a cold? Or rather, turns cold from hot? What can and should you do? What techniques are available for optimizing performance in databases where some data is more popular (hot) than other data?
On Friday’s episode of the DB2Night Show, we'll be joined by various IBM experts who will help us answer these challenging questions! Kate Kurtz along with Maksym Petrenko and Jim Seeger from the IBM Smart Analytics Systems Best Practices team will share with us their expertise!
Topic: How do I handle multi-temperature data in my warehouse?
Speakers: Kate Kurtz, Maksym Petrenko, Jim Seeger
Host: Scott Hayes
Date: Friday, June 17
Time: 11:00 ET
One of the questions that comes up frequently is "How do I handle multi-temperature data in my warehouse?" This Friday, we will be discussing an overview of multi-temperature data management, and some of the strategies you can use to manage that data in your environment. There will also be a question and answer period - so take a look at the paper and store up your questions!
More about the speakers:
Maksym Petrenko joined IBM Toronto Lab in 2001 and has worked exclusively with DB2 software since then. As part of his career he was developer, technical support analyst, lab services consultant and beta enabler. His experience includes supporting clients with installation, configuration, application development, and performance issues related to DB2 Databases on Windows, Linux, and UNIX platforms. Maksym is a certified DB2 Advanced Database Administrator and DB2 Application Developer.
Jim Seeger is a Senior Software Engineer in the DB2 development group. Jim has worked on the DB2 kernel for almost 3 years. He has worked on the development of relational databases for 21 years. While working at IBM over the past 9 years, he has worked on storage area network file systems, storage virtualization products, high availability offerings and open standards storage management interfaces. Jim worked at NCR, Informix and EMC prior to joining IBM.
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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Thanks for the information Kate!