A new database priority scheduler is introduced with the Linux SLES 11 operating system.

This changes how workload priorities are managed within Teradata Active System Management (TASM). This presentation introduces the new database priority scheduler and TASM Workload Designer changes. We'll review the TASM migration options going from Linux SLES 10 to Linux SLES 11. We'll also discuss priority scheduler configuration and performance measurement.

Workshop Outline:

  • Introduce the new database priority scheduler using Viewpoint Workload Designer
  • Review Linux SLES 11 database priority scheduler fundamentals
  • Compare SLES 11 Pre-migration Tool and automatic migration upgrade approaches
  • Explain Teradata Appliance platform features for the new scheduler
  • Discuss priority scheduler configuration and measurement techniques This workshop brings together the pieces of the TASM and SLES 11 puzzle to help you with a smooth transition to the new priority scheduler.

This was a 2015 Teradata Partners conference session.

Doug Brown - Software Architect - Teradata Corporation
Brian Mitchell - PS Director, Teradata Labs - Teradata Corporation

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Course number:54648
Training URL:http://www.teradata.com/t/ten/
Format:Recorded webcast
Credit hours:1.00