DB2 Training Abstract
Can your Java, J2EE DB2 application sustain a large number of client requests simultaneously? Or do they deadlock, become sluggish, or have painfully slow response times? There are many reasons for Java performance bottlenecks and many ways to prevent them. However, sometimes it’s just a matter of following some simple best practices that can make all the difference.
The DB2 training class, DB2 Performance for Java Developers, discusses Java developer best practices, coding for optimum DB2 access and some simple changes you can make, some in the design and some in the coding phases that can help your developers build faster, more robust applications.
This DB2 training class takes the attendee through the Java application framework and discusses the application architecture choices. The DB2 training class highlights the new database design considerations and how to avoid Java programming problems related to Java sessions, messages and application persistence issues.
The DB2 training class also highlights the best practices for database connections, SQL access and error checking within a high performance environment. Discussing these areas along with common Java, Hibernate settings and transaction programming traps and debugging can help your application developers improve your application scalability and overall performance.
Attendees at this class will gain:
- Detailed knowledge of Java Best Practices for DB2 application development
- An extensive list of tips and techniques to maximize performance of their Java DB2 applications.
- Knowledge for speeding up the Java module development, testing and implementation of Java DB2 applications.
Length: 1 day
- Java Developers
- Java Application Managers
- System Administrators
- Database Administrators
To see a sample syllabus for DB2 Training 2012: Java DB2 Performance Class, click here.