DB2 Objects and Maintenance with Data Studio

Why take this course?

After completing this course, you will be able to
Navigate within Data Studio to complete DBA tasks such as
  • create and connect to databases and instances
  • create and manage schemas, tables, indexes and views
  • create and manage users and their access to data
  • use ER diagrams and object relationships for change analysis
  • create and manage table spaces and buffer pools
  • move, import, export and reorganize data
  • maintain and utilize database statistics
  • cetup, schedule and manage jobs in the DB2 environment
1 Day : Fee - $ 697.00 (CAD) :  ? Multi-seat - $ 497.00 (CAD)
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Students who complete this course will learn how to use IBM's Data Studio to manage common database objects as well as perform standard maintenance activities as a DB2 DBA.
Current and future DB2 Database Administrators requiring a quick hands on introduction to Data Studio.
The student should possess, from a database administrator perspective, basic knowledge of how DB2 implements the relational model.

Major topics covered

Data Studio Overview

  • General concepts and layout
  • Navigation
  • Perspectives and views
  • Workspaces and setting
  • The Web Console
  • The Task Launcher

Managing Databases and Objects

  • Database Management Overview
  • The Database Administration Perspective
  • Creating a new database
  • Connecting to a database
  • Adding a database in Administration Explorer
  • Connection Profiles
  • Managing DB2 Instances
  • Navigating the database
  • Creating Schemas
  • Creating and altering Tables
  • Creating Indexes
  • Creating Views
  • Creating Users
  • Assigning Privileges
  • Object relationships and impact analysis
  • Using Entity Relationship diagrams

Database Maintenance

  • Database Maintenance Overview
  • Creating and managing table spaces
  • Creating and managing buffer pools
  • Reorganizing data for performance
  • Maintaining and using database statistics
  • Moving, Importing and exporting data

Job Management

  • Job Management Overview
  • Jobs, Components and Types
  • Job creation
  • Job schedule management
  • Running unscheduled jobs
  • Notifications and monitoring