Db2 Accounting data can provide a very rich source of insights into your workloads and performance. This recording will present several real-life examples where good visibility into Accounting data enables issues to be detected and resolved or insights to be derived.
Examples will include:
- Ways to get to the bottom of what is going on in the “wild wild west” of your DDF workloads
- How to isolate and resolve RID issues to enhance availability and performance
- Interpreting metrics associated with DBATs and how to optimize them
- Understanding the many types of suspension times and how to decipher them
- Clear visibility into the benefits achieved through a (in this case very successful) SQL tuning change
This recording will equip you to enhance the value and insights you can derive from your own Db2 Accounting data.
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