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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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Time is running out! Plan your move

For organisations currently running DB2 LUW versions 9.7 or 10.1 time is running out. IBM will cease to support customers running either version from 30th September 2017, just 3 months away. For those organisations that haven’t begun their migration planning, … Continue reading

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Flexible DB2 Resourcing – Don’t take work on holiday with you this summer

Taking a break from DB2? With summer just around the corner many of us will be looking forward to a well-earned break. However, we all know how stressful the workplace can be in the lead up to a holiday. Managing … Continue reading

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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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Let Triton add some DB2 Magic to your Christmas holidays

It’s nearly the most wonderful time of the year.  Or something.  Whatever your thoughts on Christmas, whether you’re a fairy lights over your laptop or more of a Grinch who stole Christmas kind of techie there is no escape from … Continue reading

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Top 10 DB2 Support Nightmares and How to Avoid Them #8

Number 8 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.  Top 10 DB2 Support Nightmares #8 … Continue reading

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The Nightmare Before Christmas

Imagine the scene – a broken database on an unsupported version of DB2, with no backups or log files to recover the database. Yes – this one really was the stuff of nightmares! Top 10 DB2 Support Nightmares #7 from … Continue reading

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