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In DB2 10.5 DBA for LUW Upgrade from DB2 10.1: Certification Study Notes (Exam 311), Roger E. Sanders—one of the world’s leading DB2 authors and an active participant in the development of 23 DB2 certification exams—covers everything a reader needs to know to take and pass the DB2 10.5 DBA for LUW Upgrade from DB2 10.1 certification exam (Exam 311). This set of comprehensive study notes takes the reader through each of the topics covered on the exam: DB2 server management, physical design, monitoring DB2 activity, high availability, and utilities.
In addition, this book contains a complete practice exam with 56 questions that closely model the actual 311 exam, along with a detailed answer key that explains why the answer chosen is correct (and why the other answers are wrong). No other resource provides this much help in preparing for the DB2 10.5 DBA for LUW Upgrade from DB2 10.1 exam!
For some time, technical certification has been an important trend in the IT industry—possessing certification credentials is an excellent way to show you have a solid understanding of a particular technology or software product. Consequently, taking and passing the DB2 10.5 DBA for LUW Upgrade from DB2 10.1 certification exam (Exam 311) provides validation that you have mastered the basics of DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows (DB2 for LUW) Version 10.5 database administration. It also earns you IBM Certified Database Administrator certification.
Upon completion of this book, you will be able to:
|Author Name:||Roger E. Sanders|
|Publication Date:||May 5, 2016|
|Product Dimensions:||6 x .34 x 9 inches|
|Shipping Weight:||0.5 pounds|
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