IBMas Definitive One-Stop Guide to IMS Versions 12, 11, and 10: for Every IMS DBA, Developer, and System Programmer Over 90% of the top FortuneAr 1000 companies rely on IBMas Information Management System (IMS) for their most critical IBM System zAr data management needs: 50, 000, 000, 000+ transactions run through IMS databases every day. Whatas more, IBM continues to upgrade IMS: Versions 12, 11, and 10 meet todayas business challenges more flexibly and at a lower cost than ever before. In An Introduction to IMS, Second Edition, leading IBM experts present the definitive technical introduction to these versions of IMS. More than a complete tutorial, this book provides up-to-date examples, cases, problems, solutions, and a complete glossary of IMS terminology. Prerequisite reading for the current IBM IMS Mastery Certification Program, it reflects major recent enhancements such as dynamic information generation; new access, interoperability and development tools; improved SOA support; and much more. Whether youare a DBA, database developer, or system programmer, it brings together all the knowledge youall need to succeed with IMS in todayas mission critical environments. Coverage includes What IMS is, how it works, how it has evolved, and how it fits into modern enterprise IT architectures Providing secure access to IMS via IMS-managed application programs Understanding how IMS and z/OSAr work together to use hardware and software more efficiently Setting up, running, and maintaining IMS Running IMS Database Manager: using the IMS Hierarchical Database Model, sharing data, and reorganizing databases Understanding, utilizing, and optimizing IMS Transaction Manager IMS application development: application programming for the IMS Database and IMS Transaction Managers, editing and formatting messages, and programming applications in Javaac IMS system administration: the IMS system definition process, customizing IMS, security, logging, IMS operations, database and system recovery, and more IMS in Parallel SysplexAr environments: ensuring high availability, providing adequate capacity, and balancing workloadsThis edition reflects major recent enhancements, including dynamic information generation capabilities; new access, interoperability and development tools; improved SOA support, and more.
|Title||:||An Introduction to IMS|
|Author||:||Barbara Klein, Richard Alan Long, Kenneth Ray Blackman|
|Publisher||:||IBM Press - 2012|