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HOTDUG DB2 User Group 4th Quarterly Meeting Thursday, October 11, 2012 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM Location: Teachers Retirement System 1000 Red River St., Room 110 West Austin, TX Breakfast Sponsor: SQData Corp. 08:30 – 09:00 Registration and Breakfast 09:00 – 09:05 Business and Announcements 09:05 – 10:20 Agile Big Data Analytics: Implementing a 22 Billion Row Data Warehouse Dave Beulke – Dave Beulke & Associates 10:20 – 10:40 Break 10:40 – 11:55 Java DB2 Developer Performance Best Practices Dave Beulke – Dave Beulke & Associates 12:00 Closing ** Directions to TRS ** Teachers Retirement System is located in downtown Austin at: 1000 Red River St. Austin, TX TRS occupies the block between 10th & 11th Streets and Red River & Trinity. Red River is 1 block west of I-35. If you are coming from I-35, take 11th Street Exit, go west on 11th. There are two connected buildings. Room 110 West is on the ground floor of the West building. There is a visitor parking close to 11th and Trinity. First Presentation Overview Agile Big Data Analytics: Implementing a 22 Billion Row Data Warehouse This presentation discusses the design, architecture, meta-data, performance, and other experiences building a big data and analytics DW system. You will learn through this presentation the real life issues, agile development considerations, and solutions for building a data warehouse of 22+ billion rows in six months. This presentation will help you understand techniques to manage, design, and leverage the big data issues for a more in-depth understanding of your business. Also, the agile development processes will be detailed showing how to uncovered complex analytics requirements and other issues early in the development cycle. This presentation will help you understand all these experiences that took processes from 37 hours to seconds so you can create a successful big data design and scalable data warehouse analytic architecture. Second Presentation Overview Java DB2 Developer Performance Best Practices Can your Java, J2EE DB2 application sustain a large number of client requests simultaneously or do they deadlock, become sluggish, or have painfully slow response times? There are many reasons for java performance bottlenecks and many ways to prevent them. However, sometimes it's just a matter of following some simple best practices that can make all the difference. This presentation will discuss the java developer best practices, coding for optimum DB2 access and some simple changes you can make, some in the design and some in the coding phases that can help your developers build faster, more robust applications. Speaker Biography David Beulke is an internationally recognized consultant, author, and teacher. He is known for his strategic expertise in database performance, data warehouses, and internet applications. He provides data management strategies, architectures, design, and system consulting and writes a weekly blog at www.davebeulke.com. He is currently a member of the IBM DB2 Gold Consultant program, an IBM Information Champion, co-author of the IBM and z/OS DB2 Certification exams, co-author of the Business Intelligence Certification exam, past president of the International DB2 Users Group (IDUG), former columnist for DB2 Magazine and former instructor for The Data Warehouse Institute (TDWI). Dave helps his clients improve their strategic direction, dramatically improve performance, and reduce their CPU demand saving millions in their systems, databases and application areas within their mainframe, UNIX and Windows environments.
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