• book

From the Publisher

Written with system administrators in mind, this reference offers information about both DB2 and z/OS operating systems as well as guidance for preparing for the IBM Certification Test 737. Helpful and thorough, this technical guide summarizes the new features of DB2 9 environments and provides essential system administration information, such as installation and maintenance procedures. With chapters on troubleshooting, performance and tuning, and securing and auditing, as well as practice questions, this reference is a one-stop shop for DB2 system administrators.
Published: MC Press an imprint of Independent Publishers Group on
ISBN: 9781583476956
List price: $63.99
Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
Availability for DB2 9 System Administration for z/OS by Judy Nall
With a 30 day free trial you can read online for free
  1. This book can be read on up to 6 mobile devices.

Related Articles

Fast Company
1 min read

47 | Mailchimp For Giving Little Guys The Marketing Savvy Of An 800-Pound Gorilla

Email-newsletter service MailChimp made a stunning ascent last year into a $400-million-a-year-in-revenue powerhouse. Its secret? An e-commerce solutions division that grew by 46% and has become a crucial marketing and data-analysis platform for 2.4 million companies. “For small businesses that don’t have a technology team, data is really hard to wrangle,” says cofounder and CEO Ben Chestnut. “We’re watching it, collecting it, and making sure it’s paying off.” Here’s a look at how the latest suite of MailChimp tools gives entrepreneurs a heightened impact online. 1 A/B . . . and C/D/E/F testi
New York Magazine
2 min read

Hacking: A Love-Hate Story

IN THE AGE OF THE hacker, privacy is a thing of the past. Or is that just what we tell ourselves so we feel better when we’re perusing the embarrassment of prurient riches we encounter almost every day online, from Colin Powell’s leaked emails to a long list of Amazon purchases made by a Sony executive? Because even though we know these things are none of our business, were illegally obtained, and are flat-out unethical to view, it can still be hard to resist. After all, what good does it do? Even if you don’t give in to the temptation to check out, say, the illegally hacked naked photos of Je
2 min read

Protect Your Data With These 4 Tips From ‘Star Wars’

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story shows how the Rebel Alliance steals architectural plans for the Death Star in order to eventually destroy it. According to a cybersecurity expert, there are real-life lessons to learn from Empire’s downfall. Hsinchun Chen, professor of management information systems at the University of Arizona, has spent 27 years researching cyber security and leads a project called “Hacker Web” to explore international hacker communities, including those in Russia, China, and the United States. Chen says the theft of architectural plans isn’t just the stuff of fiction and, in fac