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Overview

Learn about the new features and enhancements of Db2 for z/OS (v13), including the technical detail of the functional enhancements of this significant new version of Db2 for z/OS.

Audience

This is an intermediate course for system and database administrators, application developers, and other individuals who need a technical introduction to selected new features of Db2 13 for z/OS.

Skills Gained

  • Unit 1: Db2 v12 Function Levels: Selected Highlights
  • Unit 2: Migrating to Db2 13
  • Unit 3: Availability & Scalability
  • Unit 4: Performance
  • Unit 5: Application Management and SQL Changes
  • Unit 6: SQL Data Insights
  • Unit 7: Security
  • Unit 8: IBM Db2 Utilities
  • Unit 9: Instrumentation and Serviceability

Prerequisites

You should have practical experience with Db2 for z/OS

Outline

  • Unit 1: Db2 v12 Function Levels: Selected Highlights
  • Unit 2: Migrating to Db2 13
  • Unit 3: Availability & Scalability
  • Unit 4: Performance
  • Unit 5: Application Management and SQL Changes
  • Unit 6: SQL Data Insights
  • Unit 7: Security
  • Unit 8: IBM Db2 Utilities
  • Unit 9: Instrumentation and Serviceability

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