Ember Speaking at Users Groups in St. Louis and Wisconsin This Week

This week, I’ll be giving two presentations for two users groups – one in St. Louis and one in Wisconsin.


The two presentations I’ll be giving are:

DB2 Basics: Writing SQL with Examples on DB2 10.5 System Views and Table Functions

Some DBAs write SQL every day and others not as much. Come and learn the basics of writing SQL along with a few tips on more advanced features of SQL. Examples will use system views and table functions available in DB2 10.5. This session is geared towards DBAs who don’t write SQL on a regular basis and anyone who wants to take a basic look at writing SQL. It includes useful examples against system tables and also covers a bit of more advanced SQL toward the end.

HADR & TSAMP Advanced Topics

Beyond the simple how-to for HADR and TSAMP, come and learn about how the various HADR SYNCMODEs function, learn how to use the HADR toolkit provided on developerWorks in the real world, details of TSAMP that go beyond db2haicu, and the new TSAMP Configuration Checker tool available from DB2 support. A grab-bag of advanced HADR and TSAMP topics, with real-world experience and tips.

Locations and Details

St Louis

In St Louis, the users group meeting takes place at the IBM Facility at:
IBM Hazelwood Complex
325 McDonnell Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63042

Pre-registration is required for all attendees at: https://ibm.biz/STLDUG201503_Registration


In Wisconsin, the users group meeting is at:
Aurora Medical Center – Summit, WI
36500 Aurora Dr.
Summit, WI 53066

The cutoff date for pre-registration has passed, so if you’d like to sign up, email wdug @ wdug.com for details.

Ember Crooks
Ember Crooks

Ember is always curious and thrives on change. She has built internationally recognized expertise in IBM Db2, spent a year working with high-volume MySQL, and is now learning Snowflake. Ember shares both posts about her core skill sets and her journey learning Snowflake.

Ember lives in Denver and work from home

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