Meeting Information for March 2008

The next meeting of the LAADB2UG will be on Thursday, March. 6, 2008.  Curt Cotner will be our featured speaker.

It will be held at the IBM Building, 600 Anton Blvd., Room 221, Costa Mesa, CA 92626

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Meeting Schedule

08:30 - Doors open for coffee and refreshments.
08:45 - IBM comments and announcements.
09:00 - Curt Cotner on IBM Data Studio and pureQuery

IBM Fellow

Vice President & Chief Technology Officer for Database Servers

Curt Cotner is an IBM Fellow, and a member of the IBM Academy of Technology.   Curt is the chief technology officer for the DB2 family and Informix IDS database servers, and has both management and technology oversight responsibility for all the client software offerings used with DB2 and IDS. This includes the client runtime APIs (JDBC, .NET, CLI, J-LinQ, etc.) and the application development and administration tools offerings (IBM Data Studio).

Prior to taking his current assignment, Curt was the Chief Architect for the DB2 for z/OS development team.

IBM Data Studio - Data and Application Life Cycle Management

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This presentation will provide an overview of IBM's new database and application life cycle management solution.   Data Studio will provide a suite of integrated tools that allow the DBA or   application developer to manage their DB2 and IDS databases.   The presentation will show what is available today, and the expected rollout of new capabilities in 2008 and 2009.

pureQuery - Improved Management for Java Apps

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This presentation will show how pureQuery technology will maximize your ability to manage Java or .NET database applications that use DB2 or IDS.   The solution provides unprecedented ability to perform problem determination, capacity planning, performance management, etc




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