DB2 9 end of service

Date for the diary – 27th June 2014

Hopefully all DB2 z/OS users have the above date marked in the diary.  This is the date that DB2 9 for z/OS goes out of service.  With the upgrade process often taking 12-18 months for large customers, planning should be underway.

Find out more about the migration planning process and see how Triton can help with putting these plans into action. 

Make sure you get the most from your DB2 10 upgrade!
It’s not enough to make it to the finishing post and breathe a sigh of relief.  DB2 10 has got a fantastic array of new features and it’s vital to make sure these are used effectively to gain all the technical and financial advantages available.

Take a look at some of our favourite DB2 10 features.

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