DB2 pureXML for BeginnersMatthias Nicola, IBM Silicon Valley Lab, DB2 pureXML Architect (IBM Silicon Valley Lab
XML is the fabric that SOA is made of and rapidly emerging in e-business and web applications. DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows and DB2 for z/OS have introduced "pureXML" – a rich set of features that allows you to store, index, query, and update XML data efficiently without the overhead of costly data conversions. In DB2, XML can be processed simultaneously with relational data, in the same table and even in the same query. Starting with “What is XML?”, this session provides an easy-to-understand introduction into DB2's pureXML technology and it's benefits. We also explain the pros and cons of XML vs. relational data and when to use which one.
- Understand what DB2 pureXML can do for you - Understand the trade-offs between XML and relational data - Understand how to XML and relational can coexists and be managed efficiently in a hybrid database
At a GlanceData Management - DB2 for Linux, Unix and Windows
Technical Skill Building
DB2 for z/OS and Tools;Data Servers - DB2 for Linux, Unix and Windows;Information Platform
Audience:Architect;Database Administrator;Developer;IT Consultant;IT Manager;System Administrator/System Programmer
Fri, 5/Jun 09:00 AM-09:45 AM Wing 3/241