Learn how to tune Information Management System (IMS) databases for use in IMS/Batch, IMS/Data Communications (DC), CICS-Local-Data Language One (DL/I), and Data Base Control (DBCTL) environments.
Explore the IMS database features that affect performance such as data set considerations and buffers for VSAM and OSAM. You will also practice a method for estimating performance before implementation. Plus, you will reinforce the skills you have learned with seven machine labs.
IACET Continuing Education Units: 4.0
This intermediate course is for ndividuals interested in the performance of the IMS Database System.
You should complete:
or have four to six months experience with the IMS database system.