Quickstart for Experienced Relational DBAs Db2 11.1 Course Overview

Quickstart for Experienced Relational DBAs Db2 11.1 Course Overview

The Quickstart for Experienced Relational DBAs Db2 11.1 course is designed to familiarize experienced database administrators with the intricacies of IBM's Db2 11.1. This course covers a broad spectrum of topics, from basic installation and configuration to advanced performance tuning and security. Learners will gain practical skills in managing Db2 instances, database creation, data movement, backup and recovery, and troubleshooting common issues. The comprehensive lessons include using Db2 tools such as the Command Line Processor, GUI tools, and Explain tools for optimizing database performance.

Through hands-on exercises and detailed instruction, participants will become adept at implementing security measures, monitoring and maintaining database health, and ensuring efficient data concurrency and locking mechanisms. This course will also delve into advanced topics such as database and tablespace relocation, and using indexes for performance enhancement. By completing this training, DBAs will be equipped with the knowledge to effectively manage and optimize Db2 databases, ensuring robust performance and security in their organizations.

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Course Prerequisites

To successfully undertake training in the Quickstart for Experienced Relational DBAs Db2 11.1 course, students should have the following minimum prerequisites:


  • Basic understanding of relational database concepts, such as tables, indexes, and SQL statements.
  • Familiarity with the use and operation of a relational database management system (RDBMS), preferably some experience with IBM Db2 or another relational database like Oracle, MySQL, or SQL Server.
  • Experience in database administration tasks, such as creating databases, managing users, and performing backups and recovery.
  • Ability to navigate and perform basic operations in a command-line interface, as well as some experience with a graphical user interface (GUI) for database management.
  • Knowledge of basic computer networking concepts and client-server architecture as they relate to database connectivity and setup.
  • Willingness to learn and adapt to the specific features and tools of IBM Db2 11.1 for database administration.

These prerequisites are designed to ensure that learners have the necessary foundation to fully benefit from the course content and to apply the learned skills effectively in their professional roles as database administrators.


Target Audience for Quickstart for Experienced Relational DBAs Db2 11.1

The Quickstart for Experienced Relational DBAs Db2 11.1 course is designed for professionals seeking advanced Db2 database management skills.


  • Experienced Database Administrators
  • Relational Database Administrators transitioning to Db2
  • IT Professionals responsible for Db2 database management and maintenance
  • Database Migration Specialists
  • System Administrators involved with Db2 installations and configurations
  • Database Consultants focusing on Db2 environments
  • Data Architects and Modelers working with Db2 databases
  • IT Managers overseeing Db2 database operations
  • Technical Support Specialists for Db2 databases
  • Data Analysts requiring knowledge of Db2 administration for performance tuning
  • Application Developers who need to understand the Db2 administrative environment for better application performance


Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this Quickstart for Experienced Relational DBAs Db2 11.1?

Introduction to Course Learning Outcomes

This course equips experienced relational DBAs with advanced skills in managing and optimizing IBM Db2 11.1 databases, focusing on performance, security, and reliability.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes

  • Understand system platforms for Db2 products and select appropriate editions and client software for various applications.
  • Master the Db2 Command Line Processor and GUI tools for effective database administration and SQL execution.
  • Create, manage, and configure Db2 database manager instances, including the use of registry variables and database manager configurations.
  • Plan database storage, create databases with encryption, and manage data placement and database objects for optimal performance.
  • Utilize advanced data movement techniques, including data import/export, load processing, and continuous data ingest.
  • Implement robust backup and recovery strategies, including encrypted backups and point-in-time recovery.
  • Conduct database maintenance and monitoring, using tools like RUNSTATS and REORG, and troubleshoot using diagnostic data.
  • Manage locking and concurrency to ensure data integrity and performance, and resolve deadlocks effectively.
  • Enforce database security using access control mechanisms and understand the roles and privileges of different Db2 users.
  • Perform database and tablespace relocation, including disaster recovery planning and database rebuilding using RESTORE options.
  • Analyze query access plans using Explain tools to optimize SQL statement performance and improve database efficiency.
  • Apply indexing strategies for performance enhancement, understand the use of different index types, and utilize Design Advisor recommendations.
  • Gain proficiency in advanced monitoring techniques to assess and improve database and application performance.