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Monday, April 24 • 10:15am - 11:15am
180: Journaling for Logical Replication, Hardware Replication or No Replication at All?

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In this session, we will discuss journaling and its role in logical replication, hardware replication and also its benefit to availability when you not using any type of replication. You might think you don't need journaling if you are not replicating, not using commitment control, and not using other advanced DB2 Features, but that's not the case. We will answer questions such as:
What is journaling doing at its core?
What are the benefits for journaling when I'm not replicating to a second system?
Why do I need to journal for Hardware Replication?
Why should I journal if I want to use Flash Copy?
What is remote journaling and how is it used for Logical Replication?
What are the journaling implications for DB2 Mirror combined with long distance logical replication?
How can I improve journaling performance, disk consumption and remote journaling bandwidth?

Learning Objectives:
1. Understand the basic IBM i DB2 journaling technology's purpose
2. Understand why journaling is useful or required for several different use case scenarios.
3. Learn some basic journal performance tips.

Speakers
avatar for John Vriezen

John Vriezen

Principal Technology Architect, Precisely
I have been working with the IBM i platform for 35+ years, initially at IBM Rochester for 9 years, working on DB2 and the Storage Management. Then onto ShowCase Corp. working on Essbase OLAP engine for IBM i. Currently I with Precisely, (formerly Syncsort, Vision Solutions, and Lakeview... Read More →


Monday April 24, 2023 10:15am - 11:15am MDT
Plaza Court 2
  High Availability Resilience
  • Session Level All
  • Audience IBM i system and database administrators will benefit by attending this session on general IBM i journaling technology and use cases.