Guest Bloggers Next Week!

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The week of December 17th, I’ll be welcoming guest bloggers once again. Mike Krafick, who did a couple of guest blogs for me earlier in the year (10 Minute Triage: Assessing Problems Quickly (Part 1) and 10 Minute Triage: Assessing Problems Quickly (Part 2)) is teaming up with a great SA to bring us great details on using DB2 with HACMP. Tune in next week for the post.

Some details about Mike and Scott:

Picture of Mike Krafick Michael Krafick has been a production support DBA for over 12 years in data warehousing and highly transactional OLTP environments. He was acknowledged as a top ten session speaker for “10 Minute Triage” at the 2012 IDUG Technical Conference and recent guest blogger for Michael also has extensive experience in setting up monitoring configurations for DB2 Databases as well as preparing for high availability failover, backup, and recovery. He can be reached at “Mkrafick @”. Linked-in Profile: .
Mike’s blog posts include:
10 Minute Triage: Assessing Problems Quickly (Part 1)
10 Minute Triage: Assessing Problems Quickly (Part 2)

Picture of Scott Robertson Scott Robertson has been a Unix Systems Administrator for over 24 years in production support of anything from small applications to very large database warehouses. His experience over the years includes many Unix aspects such as systems installation, routine maintenance, day-to-day user support, filesystem management, network management, security management, and is always trying to replace repetitive tasks with a shell script. He can be reached at “unxscorob @” Linked-in profile:

Lead Database Administrator
Ember is always curious and thrives on change. Working in IT provides a lot of that change, but after 18 years developing a top-level expertise on Db2 for mid-range servers and more than 7 years blogging about it, Ember is hungry for new challenges and looks to expand her skill set to the Data Engineering role for Data Science. With in-depth SQL and RDBMS knowledge, Ember shares both posts about her core skill set and her journey into Data Science. Ember lives in Denver and work from home

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