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The DB2Night Show Z31: "DB2 XXL - How to handle large volumes of data?"

November 16, 2012, 3:28 pm
Posted by Scott in DB2 z/OS

Presented by: Klaas Brant
IBM Champion & Gold Consultant, KBCE

"The DB2Night Show Z31: DB2 XXL - How to handle large volumes of data?"
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98% of our studio audience learned something! Klaas talked about techniques to improve performance and the management of large tables. Watch the replay...

Show Host Martin Hubel Commentary

In an area of the world where DB2 knowledge is high, Klaas stands above the crowd. Several key techniques were covered, from UTS, V10 hash tables, not logged to table and design. Follow #DB2Night and KBCE's website to learn more.

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