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Much more than a simple certification study aid, this comprehensive 1,248 page book is designed to help you master all aspects of IBM DB2 database administration and prepare you to take and pass IBM's Certification Exams 611 and 311: Certified Database Administrator. Building on years of extensive hands-on experience, the authors step you through all the areas covered on the test.
The book dives deep inside each certification topic: DB2 server management, physical design, business rules implementation, activity monitoring, utilities, high availability, security, and connectivity and networking. There is even a "crash course" chapter on DB2 10.5 features. Each chapter includes an extensive set of practice questions along with carefully explained answers. The book concludes with a complete practice test--nearly 100 questions--that closely models the actual exam, along with an answer key providing a full description of why each answer is the correct one. No other resource gives you this much help preparing for the DB2 DBA exam!
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|Author Name:||Mohankumar Saraswatipura and Robert (Kent) Collins|
|Publication Date:||August 6 2015|
|Product Dimensions:||7.1 x 2.4 x 9 inches|
|Shipping Weight:||3.5 pounds|
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