Category Archives: DB2

Is your industry ready to face a growing IT skills gap?

There have long been concerns in the IT industry over the potential impact of the growing skills gap in the IT sector. This is particularly relevant in the world of Mainframe where 43% of the workforce are in the 50-64 … Continue reading

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Still running DB2 V10.1 or older? Don’t panic!

It is still possible to get access to specialist DB2 skills, even if you’re running an out of support version of DB2. Consultancy on Demand (CoD) from Triton Consulting is available on all versions of DB2 including those which are … Continue reading

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We get by without a DB2 DBA, why would I need RemoteDBA?

There are several reasons why an organisation may feel that they can’t justify the cost of an in-house DB2 DBA. Sometimes the only reason an organisation has a DB2 database is because their software application was shipped alongside DB2. For … Continue reading

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Unplanned outages are costly – so tell me something I don’t know!

Downtime is no longer an option Can you remember the last time you put Netflix on and had to wait more than 30 seconds before you were having a healthy debate about whether it was going to be The Crown … Continue reading

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DB2 LUW Consultancy Taster Day

Here at Triton Consulting we are celebrating our 21st birthday. Although it doesn’t feel like much has changed since we set up shop, looking back it’s hard to believe that in the same year the internet had only just taken … Continue reading

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BLU Hits and Misses – the replay

Replay! If you missed the last DB2Night Show of 2017 then fear not, our partners over at DBI Software HQ have made the replay of Mark Gillis’ DB2 11 Performance: BLU Hits and Misses available as a replay. Take a … Continue reading

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Have you got Christmas covered?

With Christmas just around the corner now is a good time to consider additional support over the holiday period. Perhaps you have a small in-house team or are struggling to find DB2 resources. Providing adequate cover for your DB2 databases … Continue reading

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IBM Db2 12 for z/OS Technology Workshop & Migration Planning

Join Tom Crocker, Rob Gould and Karen Wilkins for a Db2 12 Technology Workshop and Migration Planning event. Run by IBM, the one day, face to face event will take place on Monday, 13th November at South Bank, London. Spaces … Continue reading

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Db2 Day – Db2 on Linux, Unix, and Windows. You’re invited!

IBM has just announced details of a complimentary event, Db2 day – Db2 on Linux, Unix and Windows. The face to face event, presented by George Baklarz, IBM Db2 Program Manager will cover the latest enhancements to Db2. Attendees will … Continue reading

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Black Friday – surviving the inevitable peaks

IT teams working for large retailers, logistics and fulfilment organisations are under immense pressure in the lead up to Black Friday and Cyber Monday with record numbers of online purchases taking place last year. According to IMRG UK online spending … Continue reading

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