How to set up application server to access DB2 z/OS with high availability
September 18th, 2009
DB2 for z/OS data sharing is well-acknowledged by industry experts for providing the highest availability, and addressing planned and unplanned outages. Nevertheless, end-users only care that their task is executed. If the application server cannot reach out to the database server even when the database server is up and running - there is no execution. Join IBM for this complimentary teleconference as they walk through the step-by-step process to set up a distributed application environment accessing a DB2 data sharing group for high availability. There will discuss frequently asked questions, especially those related to Parallel Sysplex® workload balancing and connection concentration.
You'll come away with a good understanding of how to:
Achieve continuous service availability
Reap more benefit from your existing Parallel Sysplex and data sharing investments
Route workloads dynamically to the images in the Parallel Sysplex that have the most capacity or best throughput
Maryela Weihrauch, IBM Distinguish Engineer, DB2 for z