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Db2 12 for z/OS Introduction to System Administration

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Objectifs

After completing this course, students should be able to:

  • Start and stop a Db2 subsystem
  • Use the SET SYSPARM command
  • Access the system log to gather information about the subsystem initialization, operation, or shutdown
  • Describe the components and address space structure of a Db2 subsystem
  • Explain the use of RACF (or another external security program) for Db2 connection security
  • Explain the use of Roles and Trusted Contexts
  • Implement security procredures for a Db2 subsystem
  • Explain Db2 program flow for all environments
  • Explain parameter setting for the IRLM
  • Invoke and utilitze Db2 TSO facilities
  • Use the Db2 Catalog to monitor subsystem authorizations
  • Work with the Active Log data sets
  • Explain Db2 logging
  • Use SET LOG SUSPEND and SET LOG RESUME
  • Use DSNJU004 to print log map and interpret the results
  • Use DSNJU003 to rename Db2 data sets
  • Plan for recovery of a BSDS failure
  • Monitor and control a Db2 subsystem
  • Explain transaction flow in IMS and CICS environments (optional)
  • Describe the CICS and DB2 environment (optional)
  • Explain the difference between JDBC and SQLJ
  • And much more

Programme

Starting, stopping, and accessing Db2 • Starting Db2 as part of the z/OS IPL process • Data set allocation and APF authorization • The START DB2 and STOP DB2 commands • zParms, DSNTIJUZ, and DSNZPARM • Address spaces • IRLM and lock storage Db2 components and processes • BSDS and logging • Catalog and directory • Program preparation and execution • Transaction execution • Data sharing in the sysplex System security • Protecting Db2 data sets • Controlling connections to Db2 • Db2 authorization exits • Trusted context and roles • Securing an application server Db2 authorization • Authorizations • Controlling access for dynamic and static SQL • Access control authorization exits • Distributed security Program flow for all environments • Connection types and language interfaces • Program flow TSO and batch environments • TSO • Utilities Transaction flow in IMS and CICS (optional) • Transaction processing • Thread reuse • SIGNON exit CICS - Db2 environment (optional) • CICS connections to Db2 • DSNC transaction IMS - Db2 environment (optional) • IMS-Db2 introduction • IMS TM • IMS/DLI batch environment Distributed - Db2 environment • Distributed attachment • Location aliases • DDF profiling • Block fetch • Db2 REST services Logging • The Db2 log • Log commands • Archiving considerations • BSDS Db2 utilities • Categorization • DSNJU003 and DSNJU004 • BACKUP and RESTORE SYSTEM Operations (monitoring and controlling Db2) • Issuing Db2 commands • Basic workload controls • Monitoring and controlling utilities • DISPLAY commands • Starting / stopping databases Recovery • Planning for recovery • Table space recovery • Log considerations • DISPLAY and SET LOG commands • Recovery considerations System recover/restart • System checkpoints • System restart after normal shutdown • Page externalization • Two-phase commit processing • System restart after system failure • Recovery considerations Java with Db2 (optional) • Java Administrative task scheduler (optional) • Overview • Routines • Scheduling features • Life cycle • Syncronization • Commands

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DB2 10.5 for LUW : Administration avancée avec DB2 BLU AccelerationPar Global Knowledge

Ce cours utilise pleinement les fonctions techniques avancées de lla base de données IBM DB2 en environnement Linux, Unix, Windows (LUW). Il propose d'acquérir une expérience pratique de planification et d'utilisation d'un large éventail d'utilitaires et de fonctions à travers un grand nombre d'exercices

La formation porte sur IBM DB2 10.5 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows.