Demystifying database archiving for System
October 28th, 2008


Those running System z know that it allows larger data volumes, more complex and volatile workloads, higher levels of application integration and accelerated information flows - all of which place unprecedented demands upon underlying servers and databases.

Add to this challenges such as spiralling data growth, stricter rules on data governance, internal SLAs on application availability and performance and it's easy to see why businesses running System z are increasingly employing data lifecycle management strategies.

IBM & Triton Consulting understand that System z users are looking for best practice solutions for these issues. That's why we're holding a roundtable meeting on the 13th November at Gordon Ramsay's Maze Restaurant.

The sessions include valuable insights from data management expert, Philip Howard of Bloor Research and Julian Stuhler, President of IDUG (International DB2 User Group) whilst Andrew Crouch of Norwich Union speaks about his experiences of managing data growth challenges on System z.

  • IDUG president Julian Stuhler explains how System z users can benefit from employing a data management strategy
  • Independent data management experts explain how System z users can benefit from employing a data management strategy
  • Learn how Norwich Union have implemented and benefited from their data management investment on System z and solved the challenges associated with data growth
  • Network with peers in an interactive roundtable environment and enjoy a complimentary lunch at Gordon Ramsay's Maze Restaurant

Email us now to regsiter for this free event.