Category Archives: DB2 11

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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The clock is ticking for DB2 10

DB2 10 will cease to be supported by IBM from September 30th 2017. Those organisations who are still running DB2 10 now have less than a year to move off this release and upgrade to DB2 11. An average upgrade … Continue reading

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IDUG EMEA 2015 Day 3

So, Day 3 of this year’s IDUG Europe is in the books, and as usual it’s been a busy one. After all of the frantic activity leading up to Monday’s Triton/DBI party, last night the DB2 Geeks stepped it down … Continue reading

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IDUG EMEA 2015 Day 1

Arriving at lunchtime in Dublin the Sunday before the IDUG EMEA 2015 conference kicks off does leave one with half a day to kill. The half day in question was blustery with the threat of rain and so we elected … Continue reading

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Julian Stuhler talks about DB2 11 – Big Data & Analytics

Triton’s Solutions Delivery Director Julian Stuhler talks about DB2 11 – The Database for Big Data & Analytics – listen and see how DB2 11 can help your businesses reduce costs. Read Julian’s latest article for IBM Data Magazine – How … Continue reading

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