uCertify (June 5, 2009) Technical certification is becoming one of the most important trends in the IT industry today. Taking and passing the DB2 9 Fundamental certification exam (Exam 000-730) validates that you have mastered the basics of DB2 9. uCertify can help you achieve this renowned certification.

uCertify, a leading provider of preparation solutions for IT certification exams, has launched its PrepKit for the IBM DB2 9 exam on June 5, 2009. Customers can pre-order this PrepKit until June 15, 2009 for only US$ 49.98 and save US$ 50 over the normal price of US$ 99.99.You can check out the interface, question quality and usability of the DB2 9 certification practice test before deciding to buy it. To get a glimpse of the IBM DB2 9 certification PrepKit, visit the link below:

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Dwaine R. Snow is a Senior DB2 Technical Evangelist at IBM in Philadelphia, PA, USA. He has been working with DB2 on Linux, UNIX, and Windows and its predecessors for his 19+ years at IBM, dating back to when it was still embedded in OS/2. Dwaine is the Author of several book on DB2, including the DB2 9 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows Advanced Database Administration Study Guide. Dwaine also presents at DB2 conferences and user groups around the world, and when not working can be found fishing or trying to play golf.

Dwaine is a co-author and contributor for following uCertify PrepKit:
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The IBM-DB2-730 exam is designed to test in-depth knowledge of an examine on DB2 database security management, database creation and deletion, Tables, Views, Indexes management, etc. Before taking the IBM-DB2-730 exam, you should practice the following:

  1. Understand features or functions available in DB2 tools.
  2. Understand non-relational data concepts.
  3. Perform database encryption.
  4. Identify and connect to DB2 servers and databases.
  5. Create and delete database (data) objects.
  6. Use SQL to SELECT Data from tables.
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