DB2 Connect Virtual Users Group – Security

Posted by Frank Fillmore on October 18, 2011 under DB2 Connect, DB2 Education, DB2 for z/OS, International DB2 Users Group (IDUG). Tags: , , .

Adam Koile and Mary Ann Ritosa of IBM will be presenting “DB2 Connect & DB2 for z/OS Security” today (Tuesday, October 18, 2011) at 12:00 noon EDT for 90 minutes.  If you haven’t already registered, click on this link: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/692406922

The presentation materials can be downloaded here: DB2 Connect Virtual Users Group 2011-10-18

DB2 Connect VUG Meeting Registration

Posted by Kim May on October 11, 2011 under DB2 Connect, DB2 Education, DB2 for Linux Unix Windows, DB2 for z/OS, International DB2 Users Group (IDUG). Tags: , , , .

“Addressing DB2 Connect Security Issues”

The next meeting of the DB2 Connect Virtual Users Group will be held Tuesday, October 18th, from 12:00pm-1:30pm EDT.  Register to attend here

This presentation has been prepared for the DB2 Connect Virtual Users Group by IBM DB2 Connect technical support analyst Adam Koile, a subject matter expert in DB2 Connect security, and Mary Ann Ritosa, IBM DB2 for z/OS technical support.   Read More…

JCC Trace Formater for DB2 Connect and DB2 for LUW

Posted by Frank Fillmore on May 20, 2011 under DB2 Connect, DB2 for Linux Unix Windows, DB2 for z/OS. Tags: , .

The Java Call Control (JCC) trace formater referenced in Melanie Stopfer’s DB2 Connect presentation for the Virtual Users Group is available for download.  jcctraceformater  Instructions are contained in the Readme file.

DB2 Connect Virtual Users Group – “Help Me, Help You – DRDA Connections to DB2 for z/OS”

Posted by Frank Fillmore on May 19, 2011 under Authorized Training Partner, DB2 Connect, DB2 Education, DB2 for z/OS, International DB2 Users Group (IDUG). Tags: , .

Many thanks to Melanie Stopfer of IBM for a terrific presentation today for the DB2 Connect Virtual Users Group.  There were over 225 attendees from around the world.

Obviously channeling Jerry Maguire, “Help Me, Help You – DRDA Connections to DB2 for z/OS” was a great survey of the tools and techniques useful for determining bottlenecks and other problems within a Distributed Relational Database Architecture (DRDA) topology.  Here are Melanie’s presentation materials: db2-connect-virtual-users-group-stopfer-05-19-11

We hope to have Melanie join us again for future topics like “You.  Connect.  Me.” and “You had me at SQL30081N”.

DB2 Connect VUG Date and Time Announced

Posted by Kim May on March 30, 2011 under DB2 Connect, DB2 for z/OS, International DB2 Users Group (IDUG). Tags: , , , .

IBM DB2 Connect expert Melanie Stopfer’s Presentation, “Help Me, Help You – DRDA Connections to DB2 for z/OS” will be delivered to the DB2 Connect Virtual Users Group on Tuesday, April 27th, from 12:00pm-1:00pm EDT.  All are welcome to join us for this webinar.  Register here.

Abstract:
Do you want to better understand and tune your remote DRDA connections to DB2 z/OS? Are you looking for tips to make your life easier?  Melanie will present analogies and insider advice to help improve performance, availability, reliability, and usability. The goal is to provide you with an arsenal of tips you can use in various remote DRDA distributed to DB2 z/OS situations.  Come learn new DB2 Connect and JDBC Universal Driver tips and tricks that you need to know.

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DB2 Connect Virtual Users Group – Melanie Stopfer

Posted by Kim May on March 18, 2011 under DB2 Connect, DB2 Education, International DB2 Users Group (IDUG), Uncategorized. Tags: , , , , , .

IBM’s Melanie Stopfer has volunteered to present at the next DB2 Connect VUG session.  Melanie’s presentation is titled, “Help Me, Help You, Remote DRDA Connections to DB2 z/OS“.    The session abstract and objectives are below, along with Melanie’s bio.  I hope you will join us!

Abstract:
Do you want to better understand and tune your remote DRDA connections to DB2 z/OS? Are you looking for tips to make your life easier?  Melanie will present analogies and insider advice to help improve performance, availability, reliability, and usability. The goal is to provide you with an arsenal of tips you can use in various remote DRDA distributed to DB2 z/OS situations.  Come learn new DB2 Connect and JDBC Universal Driver tips and tricks that you need to know.

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