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We're giving away a DB2 LUW 10.1/10.5 Cert Book 16 OCT 10am CDT

October 14, 2015, 7:58 pm
Posted by Scott in General
Don't miss Ember Crooks on The DB2Night Show Friday 16 October 2015 at 11am ET/10am CT talking about "8 High-Impact Performance Tuning Tips for DB2 LUW OLTP and E-Commerce Databases." In addition to our usual $25 drawing, we'll be giving away an autographed copy of the new DB2 10.1/10.5 Certification Study Guide by authors Mohankumar Saraswatipura and Kent Collins! Read more...

About our Guest: Ember Crooks

Ember Crooks has been our guest before and consistently delivers valuable and highly rated presentations. In her talk on Episode #164, Ember describes the presentation as "From finding problem indexes to where SSD will benefit your database the most, come learn the high impact areas that are worth spending your time on when tuning OLTP and e-commerce databases." Click HERE to register, then visit her popular blogs at for her freshest tips and advice.

About the DB2 Certification Book

Authors Mohankumar Saraswatipura and Kent Collins were our guests in Episodes #148 and #150 wherein they offered our guests DB2 Certification Crammers Parts 1 and 2, respectively. You will learn about Schema Transport, Storage Groups, Multi-Temperature Storage, System Period Temporal Tables, DB2 10.5 Shadow Tables, pureScale, DB2 BLU, and much more! Click the show numbers to see the replays and learn from these DB2 Pros!

Mohan and Kent were very gracious when they sent me some autographed copies of their book. I can only read one book at a time, so we're going to give away a copy to a live audience attendee of this show! The book weighs about 40 LBs, so we're only going to ship within the USA - sorry to our international friends and fans. Why does it weigh so much? That's because it contains everything you need to know about DB2 LUW!!

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