Roger Sanders

Roger E. Sanders, a senior consultant corporate systems engineer at EMC Corporation, is the author of 21 books on DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows and a recipient of the 2011 IBM Champion award. His latest book is "From Idea to Print: How to Write a Technical Article or Book and Get It Published."

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Technologies

Optimizing Backup Images for Data Deduplication Devices

Taking advantage of DB2 Version 9.7 deduplication device support

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Technologies

Table Movement Made Easy

Putting the ADMIN_MOVE_TABLE() procedure to work

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Technologies

Automatic Storage Databases

Let DB2 decide where table spaces live

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Technologies

The DB2 Problem Determination Tool

How to use db2pd to find out what’s really going on

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Technologies

How Well Do You Know the Rules?

Understanding the rules that govern referential integrity constraints

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Technologies

Adding and Removing Data Partitions

An effective way to migrate large blocks of data

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Technologies

Creating and Using Partitioned Tables

Improve query performance and achieve greater scalability

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Lifecycle management

Changes to the Cursor Stability Isolation Level: Part 2

Understanding Currently Committed behavior

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Lifecycle management

Using Materialized Query Tables

Boost database response time for complex queries in IBM DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows

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