Efficient Software Development with DB2 for OS/390: Organizational and Technical Measures for Performance Optimization / Edition 2

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Overview

Jürgen Glag's book points out how to ensure professional and efficient database software development in DB2 mainframe and client/server environments. The asset of this book is that technical aspects (performance, tuning) and organizational measures (economical performance) are covered. Consequently, this book is suitable particularly for organizations that want to use DB2 in an economical and safe way.

Work in various large production systems with DB2 revealed that most performance problems arise either from a certain critical transaction load onwards or for particularly large tables. Many measures can be taken in order to identify and to solve these problems during software development and not, as is often the case, only in production environment. Beyond explaining the causes for performance problems, this book also describes and explains well-proven measures to avoid such problems.

The book particularly addresses those persons who are responsible for data processing and quality assurance; project leaders and project managers in the data processing area; and software and application developers.

Das Buch von Glag zeigt, wie professionelle und effiziente DB-Anwendungsentwicklung im DB2-Großrechnerbereich und Client/Server-Umfeld sichergestellt werden können. Der Vorzug des Buches ist es, daß sowohl die technischen Aspekte (Performance, Tuning) als auch organisatorische Maßnahmen zur Optimierung (wirtschaftliche Performance) dargestellt werden. Damit eignet sich das Buch insbesondere für den Einsatz in Unternehmen, die DB2 kostengünstig und sicher einsetzen wollen.

Bei der Arbeit in mehreren großen produktiven DB2-Umgebungen hat sich gezeigt, daß die meisten Performance-Probleme entweder erst ab einer bestimmten kritischen Transaktionslast oder bei besonders umfangreichen Tabellengrößen auftreten. Um diese Probleme nicht erst in der Produktionsumgebung, sondern bereits während der Softwareentwicklung erkennen und lösen zu können, sind eine Reihe von Maßnahmen

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783528155872
  • Publisher: Vieweg+Teubner Verlag
  • Publication date: 12/2/2011
  • Series: Efficient Software Development Series
  • Edition description: 2nd ed. 1999
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 152
  • Product dimensions: 0.36 (w) x 6.69 (h) x 9.61 (d)

Meet the Author

The author Jürgen Glag is based in Düsseldorf Germany, where he holds a leading position with a major software company. He has gained over 15 years of experience in the field of application development. His main areas of expertise are project management, product development and DB2 consulting. He is frequent speaker at GUIDE, IDUG and other events where he has held presentations about DB2 performance and tuning.

Dipl.-Math. Jürgen Glag ist als Projektmanager bei einem großen Beratungsunternehmen in Düsseldorf beschäftigt. Seit über 15 Jahren arbeitet er im Bereich der Anwendungsentwicklung. Seine Arbeitsschwerpunkte liegen im Management von Projekten für die Versicherungswirtschaft sowie in der DB2-Beratung. Über Performance- und Tuningmaßnahmen hinsichtlich des Einsatzes von DB2 hat er auf Seminaren mehrfach Vorträge gehalten.

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Table of Contents

Performance problems: symptoms, causes, and measures - organizational measures in software development - case studies - tuning - checklists - new stuff for application development

In order to get the best out of DB2 in terms of features that are relevant for application development, certain selected new topics in DDL and DML that came with Version 5 are covered by this edition.

Performanceprobleme: Symptome, Ursachen und Maßnahmen - Organisatorische Maßnahmen in der Softwareentwicklung - Fallstudien - Tuning - Checklisten

"Zusätzlich wird in diesem Buch auf die Erweiterungen der Version 5 eingegangen."

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