When does class start/end?
Classes begin promptly at 9:00 am, and typically end at 5:00 pm.
Learn how to tune Information Management System (IMS) databases. Explore the IMS database features that affect performance, such as data set considerations and buffers for Virtual Storage Access...Read More
Learn how to tune Information Management System (IMS) databases.
Explore the IMS database features that affect performance, such as data set considerations and buffers for Virtual Storage Access Method (VSAM) and Overflow Sequential Access Method (OSAM). Also, practice a method for estimating performance before implementation. Plus, reinforce the skills you have learned with seven machine labs.
This course is taught in a Web conference medium with live instructor audio, and Internet Web conferenced materials. You have chat type Questions and Answers (Q and A) ability, plus live audio. The course is taught 10:00 a.m. to 12 noon and 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Central time for ten work days over a two-week period. Since the class is taught live using Web conferencing methods, you can attend from your home or work. Class durations are approximately one-half day so you can still accommodate daily work responsibilities.
You will be contacted prior to class start to receive connection information, hardcopy materials, and other relevant information.
This is an advanced course for IMS system programmers, Data Base Administrators (DBA) and technical support individuals who are responsible for the performance of IMS Databases.
You should complete:
and have the six to twelve months experience with the IMS database system needed to understand IMS Database design choices.
Prerequisite knowledge includes being able to: