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IBM Systems TechU 2020 (Virtual Edition)

IBM TechU (Virtual Edition)
October 26th – October 29th

IBM TechU 2020 is the technical classroom experience that comes to you. Whether you elect to take the training from your home or safe spaces, IBM is helping to ensure the safety of attendees by offering this event–virtually.

Join Pete Massiello for What You Need to Know to Successfully Upgrade to IBM i V7.4 and V7.3 and Tips and Tricks to Saving Disk Space and Improving Performance.

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Join Pete Massiello for the following sessions:

Wed Oct 28 08:30-09:20 EDT   
What You Need to Know to Successfully Upgrade to IBM i V7.4 and V7.3
When doing an upgrade to IBM i, there is more work involved in planning the upgrade than in the upgrade itself. When you have done the planning, the upgrade is simple. This session covers planning tips, prerequisites, hardware issues, software compatibility and post-installation requirements. Your upgrade isn’t complete until this last step is done. While this presentation focuses on upgrading to V7.4 and V7.3, if you are upgrading to an earlier release, (V7.1, V7.2), we will also cover those releases.

Wed Oct 28 09:30-10:20 EDT   
Tips and Tricks to Saving Disk Space and Improving Performance
What can you do to stop the rampant growth of data that’s eating up disk space? How do you improve system performance? Come to this session to find out how to make the most out of your existing configuration by leveraging the many optimization and cleanup techniques that are a part of IBM i, including reorganization of physical files, sharing of access paths and using the DISKTASK command. Pinpoint how to reduce your disk I/O by reorganizing files and clean up your system using the Retrieve Disk Information (RTVDSKINF) and Retrieve Directory Information (RTVDIRINF) commands. Learn how sharing access paths can reduce disk utilization and memory faulting.

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