Db2 for z/OS database administration

At the end of this course, the participant will:

  • have a clear overview of the very versatile tasks of a DBA in Db2;
  • have a thorough technical insight into the physical and logical structure of the different objects in Db2;
  • have learned to translate a logical data model into a physical database in test/acceptance/production environments;
  • have practical skills to define and prepare procedures for the management of the databases.

Schedule

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16 Dec4Woerden 2100 EUR (exempt from VAT) guaranteed
20 Apr4Leuven 2200 EUR (excl. VAT)
15 Jun4Woerden 2200 EUR (exempt from VAT)
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Intended for

New database administrators and other users occupied with (part of) the tasks of a DBA.

Database administrators of Db2 who want a refresh, specifically regarding new possibilities in versions 10 , 11, and 12.

Background

Sufficient practical experience with Db2 (see course Db2 for z/OS fundamentals course).

Main topics

  • PART 1: Database Implementation
  • Overview of the versatile tasks of a DBA.
  • Physical design and implementation of Db2 objects:
  • Db2 object definition: decision rules
  • Possibilities for the implementation of a logical design: referential integrity (primary/foreign keys), check constraints, triggers, sequence objects, identity columns, distinct types, XML, LOBs, views and MQTs; index and tablespace design; partitioning; temporal tables and transparent archiving
  • schema evolution: possibilities of ALTER; pending changes
  • implementing a test environment: DDL • test data • statistics
  • preparing for migration
  • prepare the database for performance analysis (but see also course Db2 for z/OS SQL performance)
  • Access control to Db2 objects:
  • scenarios for efficient security management and auditing requirements
  • details regarding the different possibilities: owner-based, role-based, multilevel-based, or object-based; trusted context; "separate security" possibilities (incl. row permissions and column masks)
  • plans, packages, and bind & rebind options
  • The Catalog and the Directory:
  • contents • usage • management
  • effective use of the real-time statistics (RTS)
  • PART 2: Database maintenance & integrity control
  • Data Utilities:
  • Using utilities: Db2I & JCL • listdef and templates • exec sql • tablespace sets • terminate and restart
  • online reorg • load & unload • check data & check index • rebuild • runstats & stospace • statistics profiles
  • Related aspects:
  • dynamic allocation of datasets (with or without SMS)
  • (re)partitioning of tables; moving data to other volumes
  • use of data compression
  • possibilities of and potential problems with foreign keys
  • PART 3: Database recovery
  • Internal physical structure of Db2 data objects:
  • tablespaces and indexspaces, partitions; page sets and fan sets; VSAM; BSDS
  • Db2 backup and recovery utilities & service aids:
  • using utilities & service aids to backup, recover & verify integrity of data
  • inspect and copy the contents of Db2 datasets or selective pages
  • point-in-time recovery and disaster recovery: best practices

Training method

Theory with ample room for practical exercises.

Duration

4 days.

Course leader

Peter Vanroose.

Reviews

4.2/5 (based on 26 evaluations; the most recent ones are shown below)

Goeie introductie tot het DBA-werk

 
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zeer goed. Legt voldoende basis om als beginneling binnen de functie direct aan de slag te kunnen gaan.

 
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tres bon, parcours des outils necessaire pour mon day to day job

 
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Goede cursus, op een enthousiaste manier aangeboden door docent.

 
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Interessante en leerzame cursus

 
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Zeer prettige presentatie van de lesstof. Fijn om zelf veel uit te proberen op het systeem.

 
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Geweldig. Vooral tijdens de eerste twee bijeenkomsten vielen veel puzzelstukken op hun plek

 
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De cursus heldert voor een ontwikkelaar DBA-aspecten op. Dat kan resulteren in een beter ontwerp.

 
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Heel veel stof in korte tijd, wel heel nuttig als extra kennis.

 
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zeer diepgaand, niet alle onderwerpen zijn uitgebreid behandeld. had zeker 2 dagdelen langer mogen duren

 
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goede weergave van de verwachting. goede interactie

 
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Uitstekende cursus als beginpunt als DBA.

 
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Deze cursus was heel goed qua inhoud, ik denkt vier dagen waren kort. Misschien 5 dag was goed genoeg.

 
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Le cours m'a permis d'avoir une idée plus précise des mécanismes utilisés dans DB2 et ainsi, je l'espère, mieux maîtriser les effets de chaques opérations appliquées sur le sous système DB2.

 
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een hele goede cursus

 
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Good, but to specific for my day to day job.

 
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trop technique pour mon activité

 
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