Got Those Query Blues?
Doug Mack, IBM Rochester

December 10th, 2002 FASUG Meeting

Making sql/query applications perform well is critical to effective data access. A basic understanding of how the system handles queries, tools available to you to monitor and guide you to improve performance, and architectural considerations are some of the key elements of addressing poorly performing query applications. This session will provide you with what you need to know to be "dangerous" when dealing with SQL/Query workloads!

Doug Mack  is DB2 UDB for iSeries Marketing Manager. Doug's twenty two year career with IBM spans many roles, including a start in IBM's Rochester Development Lab as a microcoder developing S/38 and AS/400 I/O Processor products. Doug has since had an extensive career working in Sales and Marketing roles, most recently as a Business Intelligence Specialist in IBM's Global Business Intelligence Solutions organization.

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