Ace exam 312 with the latest DB2 certification study guide from MC Press. One book gives you all you need to know about the core DB2 11 for z/OS topics. Author Susan Lawson—who also helped develop exam 312—introduces DB2 11 for z/OS and gives you a comprehensive review of database design and implementation, applications and database functionality, environment management, data management, and more! Features 90 practice questions & answers. Order your copy today.
Integrated File System support leads the way with this important new update.
Written by Steve Pitcher
As of today, there’s a new version of the highly popular IBM i Access Client Solutions (ACS) product. If you’ve already downloaded the April version of ACS, you can easily upgrade using the new Check for Updates feature underneath the Help option in the title bar. Otherwise, click here and download the latest version. If you want all the ODBC features, those are included in two separate Application Package downloads (one for Windows, one for Linux) found on the IBM ESS website.
One of the best ways to prepare for any DB2 certification exam is by answering practice questions that are similar to, and that are presented in the same format as, the questions you are likely to encounter when you take the actual exam.
A few months after the “IBM DB2 10.5 DBA for LUW Upgrade from DB2 10.1” certification exam (Exam 311) was announced, I spent several weeks developing training material that I could use to help individuals prepare for the 311 certification exam. I used the same technique to develop material for that course that I have used to develop my other DB2 certification exam preparation courses and study guides: I carefully reviewed notes I had taken during the exam development process, as well as the questions I wrote for that particular test, and I made sure I covered, in detail, all the objectives that had been defined for that certification exam.
Relax…he knows his stuff!You’ll be sure to pass Exam 615 with the help of DB2 expert Roger Sanders. He helped develop Exam 615 plus 22 other certification exams. This is the latest in the popular MC Press DB2 Certification Study Guide series. Get all you need to know about DB2 10.5 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows. This guide includes a complete practice exam with 125 questions and answers. Nothing will prepare you more for the DB2 10.5 Fundamentals for LUW exam! Order your copy today.
Set the tone for data protection with security-relevant system values
Experts’ fears surrounding the risks associated with poor configuration were recently confirmed by the 2016 State of IBM i Security Study. Published annually, the results reveal most Power Systems lack adequate security controls and auditing measures. In this fast-paced webinar series, leading experts Robin Tatam and Carol Woodbury share insight into critical areas of IBM i security. The series opens with an introduction to security-relevant system values. System values are one of the fundamental elements of IBM i security. The security system values enable you to “set the tone” of security on your IBM i, enforce password composition rules, and enable auditing. Watch this on-demand webinar to see Carol Woodbury describe these system values and provide guidance on their best practice settings.
“Security” is definitely on your IT staff’s to-do list, but how often does this item get checked off?
IT doesn’t have enough time for security—the 2016 IBM i Security Study proves it. The trouble is that data security isn’t a set-and-forget project. Data security on your IBM i requires on-going attention and expertise. In this on-demand webinar, you’ll learn how to save time and work more effectively. We’re cutting to the core of IBM i security by outlining the simple strategy developed by our experts. You’ll see a straightforward approach to understanding and addressing risk to your IBM i data. We’ll also show you how our world-class security services help people protect business-critical data when they don’t have the time, resources, or knowledge to tackle IBM i security on their own.
Make Application Monitoring Easy Across the IBM i, Windows, AIX, and Linux Platforms in Your Environment
IT departments are constantly bombarded by information from a wide variety of operating systems, business applications, and critical processes. At the same time, the department must support a complex array of servers and devices running across their entire network. With limited resources and the need to keep costs in check, more and more is expected of operational staff to handle this information efficiently.
In this 45-minute recorded webinar, we’ll dissect complex systems monitoring by introducing best practices and smart techniques that will help you:
Ensure vital business applications run smoothly and without disruption
Respond swiftly and with appropriate actions
Confirm that essential data is received at the right time
Prove service levels are maintained
Keep contingency and high availability strategies fully operational
Modern, web-based applications can make your Enterprise more efficient, connected and engaged. This session will demonstrate how the Profound UI framework is the best and most native way to convert your existing RPG applications and develop new modern applications for your business. Additionally, you will learn how you can address modernization across your Enterprise, including databases and legacy source code, with Profound Logic.
We will demonstrate how Profound UI:
Goes beyond simple screen-scraping to truly modernize your RPG applications
Uses RPG Open Access and your own RPG code and development talent to modernize
Supports rapid development with an easy-to-use, drag-and-drop Designer
Integrates with our on-the-fly modernization, mobile development, and Enterprise Modernization solutions
This 30-minute recording demystifies Linux on Power, AIX, and VIOS and teaches best practice techniques for maintaining and controlling critical processes and applications running on your Linux, AIX, and VIOS environments.