• Feb 12, 2013 from 11:00am to 12:00pm
  • Location: On-line
  • Latest Activity: Sep 2, 2021

Register now for this informative customer experience webcast: http://bit.ly/DB210Webcast12thFeb


Bank Hapoalim shares DB2 10 rolling migration experiences—lessons learned and hints and tips




• Building a detailed migration plan that requires zero downtime

• Using DB2 to handle data movement

• Understanding direct and indirect costs and benefits

• Tips and timeline for pre-migration planning



• Michael Shaul, Database Administrator, Bank Hapoalim

• Michael Dewert, DB2 for z/OS Technical Support, IBM Software Group

Broadcast Date:  February 12, 2013 at 11:00 a.m. Eastern Standard Time, 4:00 p.m. GMT / UTC

Developed for: Database administrators and database managers

Technical level: Advanced


With a growing demand for high availability, particularly in the financial world, the typical IT staff is required to maintain and update its computer systems with minimal or zero down time. IBM® DB2® and IBM System z® enables these types of updates and migrations to save your business time and money.


Join us for this complimentary webcast as Bank Hapoalim shares its general experience with migration to DB2 10 (CM and ENFM/NFM), and specifically, its experience with “rolling migration.” Bank Hapoalim is Israel’s leading financial group, with operations in North and Latin America, Europe, the Far East, Turkey and Australia. The bank is known for its innovative services, using the most advanced technological capabilities.


In this session, Mickey Shaul, DBA for Bank Hapoalim, will address these questions and more:

• What did we have to take into consideration during each step of the migration?

• What were our biggest concerns?

• How will DB2 10 help us maintain even higher availability of the system?

• How will future maintenance rolls and migrations be easier with DB2 10 features?


Join us after the webcast for a live question-and-answer session. The webcast will also be available for replay after the event.

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