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Two-part webcast series: Modernizing your use of Db2 for z/OS Technology
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When: Tuesday  August 25th, 2020: Part 1
When: Tuesday September 1st, 2020: Part 2
Time:   11:00 AM EST

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Most Db2 for z/OS organizations are running the latest version of the product (Version 12). Where are you with the implementation Db2 12 and Function Level features and functions you need to take advantage of the benefits they can deliver to both you and your organization? Many enterprises are not using some of the Db2 capabilities introduced in the past several versions of the engine. This is technology that your organization owns, as a Db2 client - why not put it to work, to maximize the return on your Db2 investment? This two-part webcast will highlight several of the most important, but perhaps not adopted, features introduced and enhanced with recent versions of Db2.

We will cover how IBM Db2 Tools can help leverage newer Db2 capabilities faster, thereby accelerating time-to-value. This is taking your Db2 theoretical knowledge and putting it into practical use to reduce your effort and time, freeing you to work on other critical tasks. Db2 for z/OS has provided you with a variety of capabilities to boost application development, workload efficiency and database management. Learn how Db2 Tools can help you put this technology to work. Q&A will follow both live sessions.

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