Category Archives: DBA

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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Top 10 DB2 Support Nightmares and How to Avoid Them #9

Number 9 in our Top 10 DB2 Support Nightmares series. This month we take a look at what happens when organisations are not able to keep up to date with the latest DB2 technology. 

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Top Five Reasons For Choosing Remote Database Support – Lack of Skills In-House

#4 Lack of skills in-house In the fourth instalment of our “Top Five Reasons for Choosing Remote Database Support” blog series we look at DBA skills. We work with organisations who do not have any DB2 skills in-house and organisations … Continue reading

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DBAs are amazing – give them a break!

With the summer season (finally) upon us and colleagues jetting off on holiday, spare a thought for the lonely DBA who has to keep the database up and running come rain or shine. For DBAs who don’t work in the … Continue reading

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First ever #DB2debate on Twitter – Is the DBA Dead?

Join us for our first live #DB2debate.  Following our successful Twitter Q&A session we have decided to run a live debate session.  Every other month we will be discussing hot DB2 and database topics.  In our first topic “Is the … Continue reading

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