HURRY today is the last chance for you to register our DOUBLE Webcast Series - Db2 12 Migration Planning and EARLY CUSTOMER EXPERIENCES. There will be a with LIVE Q &A session with John Campbell - IBM Db2 Guru. This is fresh content for 2018 to help you accelerate your Db2 12 Migration.
DB2 12 for z/OS Technical Overview PART 1 & 2 with live Q&A
PART 1 http://ibm.biz/Db212PART1
Speaker - John Campbell IBM Distinguished Engineer
DATE: Feb 20th 2018 & Feb 21st 2018
11:00AM - 12:30PM (EST)
4:00PM - 5:30PM GMT
Available on REPLAY BUT YOU MUST REGISTER TO ACCESS REPLAY
Db2 12 for z/OS has been in market just over 14 months and since then many of our customers have upgraded to the new version and have started to exploit the latest technology. We know many of you are planning your upgrade in 2018. This webcast will share many of the experiences and lessons learnt by the early adopters.
This is PART 1 of a two part webcast . Part 2 will be on 21st February
This webcast will help customers migrate as quickly as possible but safely to Db2 12 the latest version of Db2 for z/OS. This webcast is in two parts spread over 2 days will cover the following:
- Share lessons learned, surprises, pitfalls
- Provide hints and tips; address some myths
- Provide additional planning information
- Provide usage guidelines and positioning on new enhancements
- Help customers migrate as fast as possible, but safely.
There will be an opportunity for live Q & A with John Campbell from the IBM Silicon Valley Lab.
This webcast will be available on replay however please ensure you have registered for both parts of the webcast PART 1 and PART 2 so you can access the complete replay.
John is an IBM Distinguished Engineer reporting to the Director for z/OS Development at the IBM Silicon Valley Lab. He has extensive experience of DB2 in terms of systems, database and applications design. He specializes in design for high performance and data sharing. He is one of IBM's foremost authorities for implementing high end database / transaction processing applications.