Tag Archives: db2 support

Do you know what’s going on under the covers?

It is often the case that software applications are shipped alongside their preferred database, installed and used effectively with no issues. It doesn’t usually make too much difference what the database of choice by the application vendor is, as long … Continue reading

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Triton customer CPA Global talk about why Consultancy on Demand works

CPA Global is the world’s top intellectual property (IP) management and IP software specialist, and a leading provider of outsourced legal services. With offices across Europe, the United States and Asia Pacific, CPA Global supports many of the world’s best … Continue reading

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Are you currently experiencing issues with DB2 database management and resourcing?

Find out how organisations like yours are managing these issues.  Whether you have a small in-house team or are struggling to find DB2 resources, RemoteDBA can provide DB2 support and management around the clock, wherever you are in the world. … Continue reading

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Database Support In the Public Sector

In recent years the Public Sector has faced difficult choices when it comes to cost management. The IT budget, along with everything else, has been under pressure and IT departments across the country have had to reduce costs and headcount. … Continue reading

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New Podcast! RemoteDBA – Questions answered

What is RemoteDBA?  How does it work?  Why do I need it? In our latest podcast we speak to Iqbal Goralwalla who heads up our RemoteDBA team and Klaas Brant of KBCE.  In this podcast Iqbal and Klaas explain how the … 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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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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Due March 2013: DB2 11 for z/OS from IBM and Triton

It’s just been announced by IBM that DB2 11 for z/OS, codenamed Sequoia will be launched on March 8th 2013, when a select group of clients will have the new technology available in a closed Early Support Programme. The key … Continue reading

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DB2 Training Courses From Triton Consulting: For Smooth, Efficient Databases

Whatever your role in IT, your environment just never stands still!  There’s a constant need to be up to date in many varied areas, such as: New software versions Industry best practice How key database tools can obtain the best … Continue reading

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What Are Your DB2 z/OS Migration Plans?

Triton Consulting really are the UK experts on DB2, being IBM Premier Business Partners and with several IBM Information Champions and Gold Consultants in the team.  The area of version migration is one which is a particular favourite of ours … Continue reading

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