This course provides the student with the skills necessary to support and monitor IMS full-function and HALDB databases. A comprehensive analysis of the physical structures and their operational impact is presented. Classroom exercises reinforce topics presented in lectures.
IMS DBAs (database administrators) who require a detailed understanding of the physical organization of IMS full-function and HALDB databases and their performance implications.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Describe in detail the different types of IMS Full Function and HALDB database structures, and space management techniques
- Describe the operational and performance implications of the various IMS Full Function and HALDB database structures
- Describe the tools and techniques used in monitoring IMS Full Function and HALDB databases
A working knowledge of the IMS database environment. Programming experience is not required.