Chat with the Lab: DB2 and Oracle – An Architectural Comparison

Posted by Frank Fillmore on March 8, 2011 under DB2 Education, DB2 for Linux Unix Windows, DB2 Migrations, Oracle. Tags: , .

Date: Thursday, March 31, 2011 (31.3.2010)
Time: 12:30 AM – 2:00 PM Eastern Time (ET)
Speakers: Sal Vella (IBM), Burt Vialpando (IBM)
Register: http://bit.ly/gxtk9S

Description:
Many database professionals and DBAs often ask how DB2 and Oracle compare architecturally, that is, how they are different and similar at their core. They also ask what are the equivalent concepts, names, commands etc. in the other database system. This free webinar will answer those questions by covering the following topics in detail:

– Server architecture comparison (e.g. instances and database model, process vs. thread)
– Memory architecture comparison (e.g. Oracle SGA & PGA vs. DB2 instance, database and application memory)
– Parameters, environment variables and registry variables
– Database storage model comparison (e.g. table space types and layouts, compression approaches)
– Basic database administration comparison (e.g. terminology, create database, start/stop, dictionary vs. system catalog, performance)
– Compatibility mode for running Oracle applications with DB2

This webcast is intended for database professionals:
– familiar with Oracle and looking to learn more about DB2 (for Linux, Unix and Windows),
– familiar with DB2 and looking to learn more about Oracle
– who work in a heterogeneous environment and looking to expand their DBMS knowledge and career prospects.

Join Sal Vella and Burt Vialpando on Thursday Mar 31, 2011, at 12:30 PM Eastern to learn more.
Register
To register and receive instructions for attending this webcast, point your browser to:

https://events.webdialogs.com/register.php?id=f292fe3f15&l=en-US

If clicking this link does not work copy and paste the following URL to your web browser and follow the Registration link: http://www.ibm.com/db2/labchats

For questions/comments/suggestions: http://www.channeldb2.com/group/db2chatwiththelab

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