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Advanced Parallel Job Techniques

Advanced Parallel Job Techniques

Duration: Variable (1 to 5 days)

Objectives:

Having completed this class the student will be able to:

  • configure partitioning, sorting and buffering optimally
  • make use of inbuilt reporting and troubleshooting tools
  • create jobs that work with vectors and subrecord types
  • implement change detection and surrogate key management
  • employ parallelism in Enterprise stage types

Contents:

The Advanced Parallel Job Techniques Class is constructed from the following thirteen modules. The class can be delivered in variable amounts of time from 1 day to 5 days. The first four modules must be included, and require one day. The remaining nine modules, if taken, must be taken in the order specified and require one half-day each. All thirteen modules can be delivered in five teaching days.

  • Review of the parallel execution framework (architecture)
  • Partitioning and collecting techniques
  • Sorting techniques
  • Buffering
  • Managing resource allocation and performance tuning
  • DB2 Enterprise stage
  • Oracle Enterprise stage
  • Teradata stages
  • Monitoring: the OSH and the Score
  • Vectors and Subrecords and handling structured and raw data
  • Change detection techniques (vectors and subrecords module must also be selected)
  • Surrogate key management in a parallel environment
  • Troubleshooting and debugging