Using DB2 Monitors to Analyze and Improve SQL and Query Performance

Doug Mack, IBM

September 13, 2005 FASUG Meeting

Have you ever tried to solve a query or SQL performance problem with someone else's program and not known where to start? One of the tools that can help is the iSeries most overlooked performance monitors, the database performance monitors. The data collected by the integrated DB2 monitors during runtime can be used to identify which database requests are causing the biggest performance issues.

Our Speaker, Doug Mack, is part of the eServer i5 Worldwide Sales Executive Team, with responsibilities for DB2 UDB for iSeries, Business Intelligence and AIX on eServer i5.

Doug's twenty-four year career with IBM spans many roles, including System/38 and AS/400 microprocessor development, AS/400 Data Warehouse Segment Manager for the Americas, Certified Software Sales specialist and as the DB2 UDB for iSeries Marketing Manager.

Doug is a featured speaker at User Group conferences and meetings, IBM Technical conferences and Executive Briefings.

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