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DB2 11 for z/OS: Migration planning and early customer experiences – Parts 1 & 2

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Developed for: Database administrators and managers; IT and enterprise architects and managers; application programmers and managers; system analysts
Technical level: Intermediate

Upgrading to DB2® 11 for z/OS® is becoming a hot issue for businesses that rely on DB2. One of the primary reasons is the explosion of data. In fact, 90% of the world’s data has been created since the release of DB2 10. Because the initial response to DB2 11 has been very positive, with significant CPU savings, more and more IBM clients are making the move to DB2 11. Upgrading to the latest release of DB2 for z/OS and staying current will give organizations a competitive edge in today's economic climate – and it's absolutely vital to exploit and leverage big data analytics initiatives.

Join us for this webcast as we continue our series on DB2 11 for z/OS, led by John Campbell, IBM Distinguished Engineer and the DB2 SWAT team. In the previous session, John gave a technical overview of DB2 11. This follow on, two-part webcast moves the discussion forward to migration planning, in particular from DB2 10 to DB2 11. You will learn about some surprises, pitfalls to be aware of and lessons learned from those who have already migrated. The discussion includes hints and tips, enabling fast start, as well as the latest news about migrations.

All attendees will receive the new “DB2 11 Business Value Report,” by Julian Stuhler, a Top Gold Consultant with Triton Consulting. Don’t miss this special opportunity to hear from several IBM DB2 experts in this comprehensive series. Register now for the Technical Overview webcasts on February 18 and 19. And then register for this two-part follow-on.

Join us after the webcast for a live question-and-answer session. This webcast will also be available for replay after the event.

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