One Day Seminars 2021: 26, 27 y 28 de Octubre

 

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Este año los One Day Seminars se realizarán en formato VIRTUAL. Las fechas serán los días 26, 27 y 28 de Octubre, y como es habitual, serán impartidos por Cristian Molaro, que compartirá con nosotros sus conocimientos, de manera amena y didáctica. Como siempre, es un placer y privilegio contar con Cristian para este evento.

Se impartirán los siguientes seminarios:

  • 26 OCT: Db2 for z/OS security in depth
  • 27 OCT: Db2 12 for z/OS lessons learned
  • 28 OCT: Running applications in a hybrid mix of Db2 for z/OS and Db2 LUW

Los interesados en asistir a los seminarios deben inscribirse en el siguiente formulario. SpDUG se pondrá en contacto con la persona interesada para formalizar la inscripción y proporcionar los datos de pago.

La tasa de inscripción es la siguiente:

  • 1 seminario: 300€
  • 2 seminarios: 500€
  • 3 seminarios: 650€

¡Ahorre hasta un 27% registrándose para los 3 días!

El horario de los seminarios será de 8:15 a 15:15.

Hora Actividad
8:15 Presentación
8:30 Seminario
10:30 Descanso
10:45 Seminario
12:15 Descanso
12:30 Seminario
13:45 Descanso
14:00 Seminario
15:15 Fin

Contenido de los seminarios

 

Db2 for z/OS security in depth

A deep review and update about Db2 for z/OS security.

Topics include:

  • Introduction to DB2 Security
  • What is new?
  • Granting and revoking privileges
  • Policy based auditing and DB2 Multilayer security
  • DB2 security best practices
  • DB2 subsystem parameters related to security
  • Migrating from internal DB2 security to RACF
  • Considerations for distributed access
  • Trusted contexts and roles
  • Appendix

 

Db2 12 for z/OS lessons learned

Now that Db2 for z/OS 12 becomes unavoidable, this is the moment to review the top nice and the top not-so-nice experiences with Db2 12.

https://www-01.ibm.com/software/support/lifecycleapp/PLCDetail.wss?q45=Y500397H59081K65

 

Running applications in a hybrid mix of Db2 for z/OS and Db2 LUW 

As a result of migrations, consolidations, and re-platforming, hybrid Db2 environments are common. Running z/OS applications next to Db2 LUW databases, mixed *nix platforms, concurrent Db2 LUW and Db2 for z/OS just to mention some.

This session will discuss what are the commonly seen hybrid Db2 environments and how to live with them. We will discuss lessons learned and best practices. You will learn how to become a better DBA by increasing your hybrid skills.

Topics include:

Infrastructure

  • Db2 for z/OS
  • Db2 Connect and IFLs
  • LinuxOne: a linux manframe?
  • Virtualization
  • BLU and IDAA
  • Data Sharing and pureScale

Moving data acroos platforms

  • Code page considerations
  • Cross-platform redirect restore
  • Federation
  • Hybrid code-data configurations

Living in hybrid contexts

  • Performance
  • Tools equivalents
  • How to become a hybrid DBA
  • Lessons learned

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