What great talent we have in the DB2 community! We know the names of many of the long term contributors to the community, but the health of a community is in it’s newcomers. I want to give my thanks to Scott Hayes, IBM Champion and producer of the DB2’s Got Talent competition. With this competition we can see the health AND the talent of our community.
This blog entry is a complete summary of this year’s competition. I’ve listed the titles of each of the presentations and the replay where you can find that presentation. I’ve also listed the contact information for any of the contestants who blog or tweet. **** Note: If I left out your blog or twitter information, please let me know and I’ll add it!
Tips for running db2haicu
DB2 LUW data movement utilities
The best ways to build an audit table using the partitioning feature of DB2 LUW
The Real Benefit of Solid State Disks (SSD) Hardware Upgrade
Making Life Easier - Letting DB2 Manage your Backup and Archived Transaction Logs
Small Changes, Big Results - Load Performance
Efficient Aspects of Deleting Data in DB2 LUW
Plan Management for DB2 for z/OS
Summary Table Design & Monitoring
Detailed steps to configure DB2 Distributed Data Facility (DDF) for z/OS
High Data Availability: solutions and techniques
Dare to be Different (Against all Dogmas) SQL Performance Tuning
The Power of Social media
How I Started Dropping DB2 Indexes & Put my Girls Through College
Breakthrough DB2 LUW Performance Every Day!
Da House is on Fire: How to Fix a Performance Problem
The Fragmentation of DBADM
Simple Steps for Substantially Reducing report execution time in a Data Warehouse Environment.
How to Configure an Efficient HA and DR on DB2 10.1
Getting Siblings to Talk - Federating DB2 LUW and DB2 for i
My New Moving Vehicle DB2MOVE "With more POWER and Less Gas"
How do you work with Application Development to Ensure Performance
SQL Performance Tuning using MQT Part 2
Temporal Data Management in DB2 for z/OS
The 8 Selects that All DBAs Want to Have
How I successfully, designed, implemented and monitored IBM InfoSphere Event Publisher.... My Experience
Hash Access to DB2 Data: Faster, Better & Cheaper
How DB2 10.1 Changed the Data Warehouse Terminology ETL to ETi
Save me in, locks you out.
Counting your Carbs: Watching for the little things that add up
Mon_Get_Pkg_Cache_Stmt: Tips for Finding Problem SQL
How to Analyze and Improve SQL execution time (with db2batch)
CLICK HERE to get a PDF of Eric's presentation.
Performance Management with Primary Key Design
CLICK HERE to get Mikko's presentation (PDF format).
Dare to be different, SQL Performance Tuning Part 3 - using utilities
CLICK HERE to get Armando's presentation (PPT format).
These tennis shots make me win my match in just 2 sets (1.5 hours)
Altering a Data Type: Two Different Methods
Restrictive Databases: It’s for Members Only
Improving Performance: Understanding isolation levels
How to Migrate the DB2 9.7 database from BCU D5100 Stack to ISAS 5600 V2 Stack
DB2 9.7 Performance Tuning for Siebel 8.1 Application - A Complete Success Story
DB2 Success: You Won’t Find it on a Database Server
Blog: Blogging for DBAs
Or How Young Grasshopper Defeat ETL Challenge within Project Deadline
Changes Stage MQT
Virtual Database Administration