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Six Reasons to Review your Database Availability – Part 6 Marketing and PR Costs

From working with many customers to help keep their critical databases up and running we have come up with the top 6 reasons for putting Database Availability at the top of your priority list. In this blog we look at … Continue reading

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Six Reasons to Review your Database Availability – Part 5 HR and Labour Costs

From working with many customers to help keep their critical databases up and running we have come up with the top 6 reasons for putting Database Availability at the top of your priority list. In this blog we look at … Continue reading

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Six Reasons to Review your Database Availability – Part 4 Regulatory and Compliance Issues

From working with many customers to help keep their critical databases up and running we have come up with the top 6 reasons for putting Database Availability at the top of your priority list. In this blog we look at … Continue reading

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Six Reasons to Review your Database Availability – Part 3 Reputational Damage

From working with many customers to help keep their critical databases up and running we have come up with the top 6 reasons for putting Database Availability at the top of your priority list. In this blog we look at … Continue reading

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Six Reasons to Review your Database Availability– Part 2 Lost Customers

From working with many customers to help keep their critical databases up and running we have come up with the top 6 reasons for putting Database Availability at the top of your priority list. In this blog we look at … Continue reading

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Remote DBA Service For Business-Critical Support!

Making sure you have the correct number of Database Administrators in your team can be a demanding subject to address.  Variations in the amount of work your team has to handle;  demands on your time from all areas of the … Continue reading

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DB2 pureScale now available for Linux on System x

At the IBM Smarter Systems Tour in Beijing yesterday IBM announced that DB2 pureScale is now available on System x.  This is great news as it will allow DB2 on System x users to benefit from the continuous availability and … Continue reading

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DB2 pureScale: Scalability Demo

This video highlights how easily and instantly you can scale your workloads by simply adding a member to the DB2 pureScale cluster. It also shows how quickly DB2 pureScale recovers in case of a member failure. For more information on … Continue reading

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IBM DB2 pureScale presentation

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IBM Introduces pureScale

IBM have announced their newest software technology, pureScale, onto the market.  This is a major change to the DB2 market-place bringing mainframe-type clustering capabilities to the midrange platform. Jointly developed by the IBM Toronto Software Lab and Power Systems Lab in Austin, … Continue reading

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