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Monday, June 18 • 13:00 - 14:00
SQL Views for Dummies

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SQL views provide the modern user interface to obtain system level information traditionally available via OUTFILE and API support.
Attend this session and learn how easy it is to use a SQL view. SQL views provide the administrator of the system easy access to lots of system configuration and management information.
This session will provide a list of available SQL views and their purpose as well as examples of how to use them. I will explain how the examples work and you'll leave with the skills necessary to be a better and more system administrator.

This is not an introduction to SQL class, but rather an explanation of why you need to add SQL to your toolset and a quick-start guide showing you how to become a better systems administrator or security officer.

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Dave Owen

Advisory Software Engineer, IBM
David Owen is an Advisory Software Engineer at IBM. Joining IBM in 1991, he has worked in the guts of the operating system in Journal and Database. He is also the technical consult for Guardium on i and has assisted several customers with installation and proof of concept activities... Read More →

Monday June 18, 2018 13:00 - 14:00 CEST