Category Archives: IDUG

Looking forward to IDUG EMEA 2013 – Spoiler alert!

It’s that time of year again when the Triton Team are looking forward to IDUG EMEA.  It’s exactly two months to go until our favourite event of the year! As usual we will be hosting a drinks reception on Monday night … Continue reading

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Julian Stuhler’s Views On DB2 11 for z/OS

Fresh from presenting at the IDUG DB2 Technical Conference in Berlin last month, the IDUG President Joe Borges invited Triton Director Julian Stuhler to comment on the forthcoming launch of DB2 11 for z/OS, planned for March 2013.  Julian is … Continue reading

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Olympic Spirit at IDUG

Earlier on this year I was fortunate enough to spend several days at the Olympics. Other than watching Usain Bolt retain the 100M and witnessing Mo Farah win his second gold medal of the games, a more generic highlight for … Continue reading

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First Time at IDUG, Second Time Around

Not having attended IDUG for 5 years at least, registering for IDUG EMEA in Berlin I felt as apprehensive as the first time I attended IDUG. But it didn’t take long to bump into some old DB2 friends (colleagues I … Continue reading

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Memory Management in DB2 10 for z/OS at IDUG 2012

If you’re attending the IDUG DB2 Technical Conference in November then join Triton Director and IBM Gold Consultant, Julian Stuhler for a presentation on ‘Memory Management in DB2 10 for z/OS’. With the advent of DB2 10 for z/OS, users … Continue reading

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Mission Impossible: Improving DB2 Scalability, Availability AND Performance While Doubling Workload

Join Triton Consulting Director, Paul Stoker at the IDUG DB2 Technical Conference in Berlin next month for the must attend presentation ‘Mission Impossible: Improving DB2 Scalability, Availability AND Performance While Doubling Workload’. As the lead DB2 DBA for the Digital … Continue reading

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COMPLIMENTARY: DB2 10 for z/OS New Functions and Migration Planning Workshop

Register today and take advantage of the complimentary DB2 10 for z/OS New Functions and Migration Planning Workshop co-presented by Julian Stuhler, IBM Gold Consultant and Mike Bracey, IBM DB2 for z/OS Systems Engineer. The workshop will be held at … Continue reading

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Julian Heads Up ‘IDUG DB2 10′ November Webcast

Here at Triton we’re thrilled to announce that Julian Stuhler, Solutions Delivery Director and IBM Gold Consultant, will be sharing his DB2 10 upgrade expertise with users during a webcast on November 13th 2012. Entitled ‘International DB2 Users Group Shares … Continue reading

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Beat The Geek and Win at IDUG Berlin 2012

Triton Consulting are delighted to invite you to their exclusive ‘Beat the Geek’ drinks reception at the IDUG Technical Conference in Berlin.  Come along to meet and socialise with the Triton geeks and their partner DBI Software and win some … Continue reading

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November Events Round-Up

November has been a really busy month for DB2 industry events so here is a quick overview: IBM IOD. Triton Director, Julian Stuhler attended IBM’s IOD event in Las Vegas this year.  As an IBM Gold Consultant he is invited … Continue reading

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