DB2 pureScale now available for Linux on System x

At the IBM Smarter Systems Tour in Beijing yesterday IBM announced that DB2 pureScale is now available on System x.  This is great news as it will allow DB2 on System x users to benefit from the continuous availability and scale-out capabilities of DB2 pureScale.

DB2 pureScale is supported on the following IBM System x servers:

and also on the POWER6™ and POWER7™ systems.

For more information on DB2 pureScale take a look at our DB2 pureScale blog category, visit our website or download the podcast.

Other DB2 pureScale blogs and information sources:

Henrik Loeser – http://blog.4loeser.net/2010/08/performance-scale-out-and-continous.html

Conor O’Mahony – http://db2news.wordpress.com/?s=DB2+pureScale

Chris Eaton – http://it.toolbox.com/blogs/db2luw/db2-purescale-scalability-part-1-35173

IBM Developerworks – http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/data/products/db2/purescale/

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