Special Guest: Lee Goddard, Chief Performance Architect, DBI Software
17 Laws of building Petabyte Level DB and Big Data Systems
96% of our studio audience learned something! During this episode of The DB2Night Show™, Lee Goddard shared invaluable insights on the laws of very large databases! Odds are very high you are going to learn something helpful! Watch and learn...
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Show Host Scott Hayes Commentary
I think this was a fun and informative show. While it wasn't full of SQL and DB2 commands, you will find "the big picture" insights on large databases invaluable. Lee Goddard, formerly with IBM and now with DBI, shares years of experiences and sage wisdom in his presentation "17 Laws".
At IDUG Barcelona, during the DB2 Experts panel, someone in the room asked intriguing questions about what tools people used. When asked "Who uses db2pd?" all of the hands went up. When asked "Who uses db2top?" all of the hands went up. When asked "Who uses Data Studio for database administration?" no one raised their hand. With as much as IBM has invested in Data Studio, I thought this was surprising and unexpected, so we asked today's studio audience what tools they use. Here are the results:
"Free" DB2 tools used by the DB2 Community
Perhaps Data Studio is a little more popular in North America where the majority of our live audience was from. Maybe Europe just solidly favors command line. As for IBM OPM coming in with 0%, I'll just politely hold my tongue and let that information speak for itself.
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