This session suggests capabilities to keep in mind as you seek to modernize how you access and analyze your Db2 SMF data, both to promote rapid learning as well as boost the value you derive from your data.
Our learning journey will include:
- Leveraging automated assessments of key metrics
- Exploring the extensive buffer pool metrics provided by Db2
- Introducing the many types of metrics provided in the Statistics data
- Identifying important Db2 operational insights that can be derived from integration with other types of data
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