Replay- The DataView Show #16: Db2 11.5 Updates with Keri Romanufa, IBM Canada Lab

During Episode #16 of The DataView Show, Keri Romanufa, IBM STSM and Db2 Chief Architect, gave highlights of everything that is new in Db2 11.5, plus did a deep dive on her favorite “Top 10” new features and capabilities.

Keri also fielded dozens of great questions from our HUGE live audience. 99% of our studio audience learned something from Keri – what will you learn? Some questions were asked during Keri’s awesome presentation, but most are asked and answered near the end during the Q&A.

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Keri Romanufa, IBM STSM and Db2 Chief Architect
Keri Romanufa, IBM STSM and Db2 Chief Technical Architect


This show is 1 hour 22 minutes long thanks to all the great questions that our audience asked. Grab your favorite beverage and enjoy the show!


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The DataView Show #4: Db2 LUW Performance Tips and Tricks by “Raghu on Tech”

Top blogger Raghu Cherukuru, aka “Raghu on Tech”, shares his best tips and tricks for analyzing and improving Db2 LUW database performance. His super helpful and very interesting blog posts can be found at – check it out!

During this show Raghu covered Db2 monitoring and tools (the free or built-in kind), monitoring with WLM, Db2 pureScale tips, Db2 DPF advice, Db2 sorting, index design, SQL tuning, and Explain plans.

Raghu Cherukuru, Sr. DBA

100% of our large studio audience learned something! What will you learn?

Watch the Replay!

The show is 1 hour and 5 minutes long – we hope you enjoy every minute of it!

Get a PDF!

We can’t always do this, but Raghu was gracious enough to allow us to make a PDF of his presentation available: CLICK HERE for PDF

Experimental – MP4 Video

CLICK HERE for link to MP4 video replay of the show. It will likely open in your browser. Alternatively, try right-clicking and save-as to download the media.