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Tick Tock, time is running out – what’s your upgrade plan?

Is your organisation currently running DB2 LUW versions 9.7 or 10.1? From 30th September, 2017 both versions will cease to be supported by IBM, that’s less than 6 months away. Now is the time to start focusing on your upgrade … Continue reading

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DBA’s Holiday Checklist – DB2 cover

We’re so over winter….bring on spring! We all look forward to the lighter, brighter evenings and warm spring sunshine and not forgetting the all-important time off work, but what if your organisation has just one or two DBAs? Managing holiday … Continue reading

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IDUG EMEA 2016 Roundup

The Triton team has (just about) recovered from the trip to Brussels and are finally getting their voices back after singing far more songs than they ever imagined they would at any event, let alone an IDUG Technical Conference. Not … Continue reading

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Join Triton and DBI Software at IDUG EMEA 2015!

With just under two months until this year’s IDUG EMEA conference in Dublin the Triton team is currently busy planning our annual drinks reception. This year we will be teaming up with our business partner DBI Software. Our joint event … Continue reading

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Top 10 DB2 Support Nightmares and How to Avoid Them #10

Number 10 in our Top 10 DB2 Support Nightmares series. This month we take a look at what issues arise from over-federating. Top 10 DB2 Support Nightmares #10 from Laura Hood

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DB2’s Got Talent: The Search Returns

It has been almost a year since our partner DBI Software crowned the current DB2’s Got Talent Champion, Mike Krafick. Once again DBI are searching for participants to enter the hugely successful annual contest and we are thrilled to be … Continue reading

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Tuning zIIPs for Fun and Profit with Julian Stuhler

If you were unable to attend IDUG EMEA in Prague this year you have another chance to learn from Julian’s presentation on “Tuning zIIPs for Fun and Profit”. Julian will be appearing on the DB2Night Show on Friday 5th December. … Continue reading

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Join us at IDUG EMEA and get social with the DB2 Geek

With just under three weeks to go until the IDUG EMEA 2014 Technical Conference in Prague the Triton team is busy finalising arrangements for this year’s drinks reception. There will be a very familiar face awaiting your arrival this year. … Continue reading

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DB2 10.5 “Cancun” Experiences: Iqbal Returns to the DB2Night Show

Triton’s very own Iqbal Goralwalla, Head of DB2 Midrange and Managed Services, will be presenting once again on DBI’s DB2Night Show. Iqbal will share early experiences in using DB2 10.5 FP4 “Cancun”.  This will include the use of Shadow tables … Continue reading

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Three steps to IDUG EMEA Happiness

Step One – Seek a Geek Step Two – Pick up an invitation to the Triton drinks reception Step Three – Join the Triton party! With just under three months until IDUG EMEA the Triton team is looking forward to … Continue reading

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