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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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APAR UPDATE – INSERT performance in critical DB2 9 for z/OS tables

Are you trying to improve INSERT performance in your critical DB2 9 for z/OS tables? Many DB2 experts have given excellent presentations on this important subject, and there are several good techniques you can use to reduce the elapsed time for … Continue reading

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DB2 Geek Confession of the Month

March 2010- Unintended Consequences We’ve all done it.  You see a great new feature in DB2 and jump headling into using it without fully appreciating all of the implications.  Here’s a case in point: One of our clients is a … Continue reading

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Techie Tip – Real Time Statistics (RTS) feature

If you make use of RTS and DEFINE NO, you might want to review your processes to ensure that you’re picking up all of the tablespaces you should be…… Since V7 of DB2 for z/OS, IBM has provided a Real … Continue reading

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10% Discount on DB2 Symposium for Triton Newsletter Subscribers

Are you moving to Version 9 in 2010?  Attend the DB2 Symposium on 8-9th March for the DB2 for z/OS Version 9 Transition Class in London. Look out for your 10% discount code in our newsletter coming out shortly.  Don’t currently … Continue reading

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Position Power – V9 Spatial Features

 So, what exactly is spatial data? Here’s a simple definition: Spatial data represents real-world features and their relationship to one another. This includes geographic features (rivers, cities, mountains, forests, seas, lakes, etc), areas (flood zones, military exclusion zones, sales territories, … Continue reading

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