Improving your life as a DBA in today’s turbulent environment

Webcast from IBM.

April 20, 2010, 11 a.m., Eastern Daylight Time, 3:00 p.m. UTC

The life of a database administrator (DBA) is not easy these days. Database performance issues, worries about data corruption and loss, expanding business requirements, and rising chargeback costs are just a few of the unnerving trends that are causing DBA personnel to be stretched further and further — and closer to the breaking point.

We invite you to attend this complimentary teleconference to learn about the best practices and success stories of companies in a wide variety of industries who have turned their DBA staffing around with the help of IBM DB2® solutions on z/OS®. Over-burdened DBAs can get help and valuable support by using DB2 solutions for performance management, administration, change management, backup and recovery, cloning, and data governance. As a DBA, it puts you in a position to lower operational costs, increase your productivity and help your enterprise prepare for its future success.

In this teleconference, you’ll learn about DB2 solutions that can help:

Speaker: Jay Bruce, IBM DB2 Tools for z/OS Architect and Strategist and Ron Haupert, Senior Technologist, Rocket Software

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