DB2 LUW Performance: Improvements to Autonomic Memory and STMM


Posted by Scott on April 9, 2010, 1:23 pm
in DB2 News ( DB2 Performance)

Did you miss today's episode of The DB2Night Show™? We had a very special guest on the show - Adam Storm, Software Developer, DB2 Kernel Development, IBM Toronto Lab. Adam gave our virtual studio audience a great presentation on recent updates to DB2 LUW Autonomic Memory and the Self Tuning Memory Manager (STMM). His slide deck was insightful, information packed, and very informative.


Check out replays of this and prior episodes at http://www.DBISoftware.com/blog/db2nightshow.php.


While we're at it, I should bring your attention to these upcoming episodes:


Find details and registration links at: www.DB2NightShow.com


And, one last thing for today - did you see the freely available SQL Snapshot command that analyzes memory for a database located here?

Did you miss today's episode of The DB2Night Show? We had a very special guest on the show - Adam Storm, Software Developer, DB2 Kernel Development, IBM Toronto Lab. Adam gave our virtual studio audience a great presentation on recent updates to DB2 LUW Autonomic Memory and the Self Tuning Memory Manager (STMM). His slide deck was insightful, information packed, and very informative.


Check out replays of this and prior episodes at http://www.DBISoftware.com/blog/db2nightshow.php.


While we're at it, I should bring your attention to these upcoming episodes:


Find details and registration links at: www.DB2NightShow.com


And, one last thing for today - did you see the freely available SQL Snapshot command that analyzes memory for a database located here?



These videos are simply too good to not share:






Cheers,

Scott

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