DB2 Version 8 : The Official Guide - With 1 CD-ROM (Broché)

Paul-C Zikopoulos, George Baklarz, Dirk de Roos, Roman-B Melnyk

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IBM DB2 Universal Database v8.1.2 will help you access any information, from any application, from anywhere in your organization, anytime-and do it all more easily and cost-effectively than you ever thought possible. Now, in DB2 Version 8: The Official Guide, a team of IBM DB2 UDB experts draw on extensive personal experience helping customers implement state-of-the-art DB2 solutions, and unparalleled access to the IBM DB2 UDB development team. It offers detailed, never-before-published technical guidance for the key challenges you'll face in delivering high-performance DB2 UDB databases, e-business infrastructure, and enterprise integration solutions. Coverage includes: Simplifying management with the Configuration Advisor, HealthCenter, and Memory Visualizer; Maximizing database scalability, availability, and robustness; Using multidimensional data clustering and other integrated business intelligence tools; Integrating with IBM WebSphere(r) and Microsoft° software development tools; Leveraging key improvements in DB2 UDB SOL functionality. If you're an experienced DB2 UDB professional who's ready to take DB2 UDB Version 8 to the max, D82 Version 8: The Official Guide is the book you've been searching for.
    • Changes to DB2 Universal Database and DB2 Connect Packaging and Licensing
    • Multidimensional Clustering Tables
    • Declared Global Temporary Tables
    • System Default Value and NULL Compression
    • Informational Constraints
    • Connection Concentrator
    • User-Maintained Materialized Query Tables
    • Database System Monitoring Enhancements
    • Miscellaneous Performance Enhancements
    • Logging
    • Load Enhancements
    • DB2 Tools
    • Container Operations
    • Dynamic Memory Allocation and Online Reconfiguration
    • Online Utilities
    • Miscellaneous Manageability Enhancements
    • SQL Enhancements
    • Application Development Enhancements
    • DB2 in the Microsoft Environment
    • Federated Systems
    • Web Services
    • Replication Enhancements
    • CD-ROM Installation
  • Date de parution : 01/01/2004
  • Editeur : Pearson
  • ISBN : 0-13-140158-0
  • EAN : 9780131401587
  • Présentation : Broché
  • Nb. de pages : 362 pages
  • Poids : 0.77 Kg
  • Dimensions : 18,0 cm × 23,5 cm × 2,5 cm
Paul C. Zikopoulos is Database Specialist, DB2 Certified Advanced Technical Expert, and DB2 Certified Customer Solutions Expert for IBM in Toronto, Canada. He is a co-author of several books, including DB2: The Complete Reference. George Baklarz, IBM Senior Manager for DB2 Technical Sales Support, works closely with customers to help them understand new DB2 technology and to gain their feedback for improving DB2 products. George is also a co-author of the D82 Universal Database v8 for Linux, UNIR, and Windows Database Administration Certification Guide. Dirk de Roos is a member of the DB2 Information Development team, specializing in database monitoring and DB2 application development. Dirk is a DB2 Certified Solutions Expert (A/D and BI). Roman B. Melnyk is a senior member of the DB2 Information Development team, specializing in database administration, DB2 utilities, and SOL. Roman co-authored several books, including DB2: The Complete Reference.

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