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October 11, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. Eastern Daylight, 3:00 p.m. GMT, 4:00 p.m. British Summer Time
Expectations are changing. As businesses face more competition in more demanding environments, good performance is in many cases becoming a prerequisite to business continuity. The concept of “high availability” has also evolved as more online applications and users have expectations of near-instantaneous response time. To be available now means to be online with a fast and consistent response time. This is where database management systems like DB2® for z/OS® play a critical role. The challenge is to deliver fast and consistent response time that can coexist with other demands, such as reducing costs.
Join us for this complimentary webcast, DB2 10 performance and costs savings: Why, how and where performance matters, and learn how good performance can address both requirements — fast response time by process optimization and cost reduction through reduced CPU utilization. This is why performance matters. DB2 10 delivers value out of the box with immediate CPU savings after migration. Scalability improvements also let DB2 10 support from 5 to 10 more concurrent users per single DB2 subsystem. Many internal changes in synergy with System z® are helping to improve the throughput of the most demanding applications.
The DB2 10 potential to improve performance has created high expectations for how it can help reduce costs, and many database administrators, architects and decision-makers are modeling the effects of migrating to DB2 10 in their budgets. In this webcast, we’ll discuss these related topics and more: