DB2 9 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows Database Administration

DB2 9 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows Database Administration

Certification Study Guide

Roger E. Sanders

$64.99

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In DB2 9 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows Database Administration Certification Study Guide, Roger E. Sanders—one of the world’s leading DB2 authors and an active participant in the development of IBM’s DB2 certification exams—covers everything a reader needs to know to pass the DB2 9 UDB DBA Certification Test (731).This comprehensive study guide steps you through all of the topics that are covered on the test, including server management, data placement, database access, analyzing DB2 activity, DB2 utilities, high availability, security, and much more. Each chapter contains an extensive set of practice questions along with carefully explained answers.Taking and passing the DB2 9 UDB DBA Certification Test (731) provides validation that you have mastered the next level of DB2 9. Passing this exam also earns you the IBM Certified Database Administrator certification. The book includes a complete practice test of 150 questions that closely models the actual exam along with an answer key with a full description of why the answer is the correct one. No other source gives you this much help in passing the exam.With the DB2 9 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows Database Administration Certification Study Guide 8, you will:• Gain the knowledge necessary to pass the DB2 9 UDB DBA Certification • Test (731) Learn how to effectively implement and administer a DB2 database with XML data • Create, maintain, and administer database objects like tables, views, and indexes • Receive an explanation of every topic included on the test…by someone involved in the creation of the actual exam • Find 150 practice questions based on the actual exam’s format and approach, along with comprehensive answers to the test questions to help you gain understanding


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Roger E. Sanders:
Roger E. Sanders has been designing and developing database applications for more than 20 years and has been working with DB2 and its predecessors since it was first introduced. He has written articles for Certification Magazine and IDUG Solutions Journal, authored tutorials on IBM's developerWorks Web site, presented at numerous International DB2 User Group (IDUG) and Regional DB2 Users Group (RUG) conferences, taught classes on DB2 fundamentals and database administration, and writes a regular column in DB2 Magazine. He is the author of more than 13 books on DB2, including two study guides and DB2 Administration All in One. He lives in Raleigh, North Carolina.

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