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IMS SVSO Fast Path database conversion for availability - User implementation


Presentation

This session explores what SVSO Fast Path databases are, their benefits, and an example of a conversion exercise performed at Barclays Bank PLC in order to make a one Area SVSO database into 3 Areas for the user applications benefit. 

(HC)

Stream: IMS
Room: Wellington B
Time: 14:00 - 14:45

Attachments

SVSO_Tables_Barclays_PDF1.pdf

Speakers


  • Dominic Jackson at Barclays Bank plc
  • Dom has worked in IT at Barclays since 1996. His mainframe roles began in 1997, initially as an Operations Analyst for Customer System application, before doing the same role for Branch Accounting application. He became an DB2 and IMS DBA in 2003, and in 2005 speicialising in IMS. Dom has been involved with quite a few IMS projects over the years including converting our utilities to a specific vendor, shared queues, various IMS releases from Version 6 onwards, and recently installing and converting our recovery utility to Database Recovery Facility (DRF). Dom has developed some Cobol and mainly assembler programming skills as part of his mainframe IMS DBA role.


    Email: Dominic.Jackson@barclays.com

  • Dominic Jackson at Barclays Bank plc
  • Dom has worked in IT at Barclays since 1996. His mainframe roles began in 1997, initially as an Operations Analyst for Customer System application, before doing the same role for Branch Accounting application. He became an DB2 and IMS DBA in 2003, and in 2005 speicialising in IMS. Dom has been involved with quite a few IMS projects over the years including converting our utilities to a specific vendor, shared queues, various IMS releases from Version 6 onwards, and recently installing and converting our recovery utility to Database Recovery Facility (DRF). Dom has developed some Cobol and mainly assembler programming skills as part of his mainframe IMS DBA role.


    Email: Dominic.Jackson@barclays.com

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