Tag Archives: HADR

Black Friday – surviving the inevitable peaks

IT teams working for large retailers, logistics and fulfilment organisations are under immense pressure in the lead up to Black Friday and Cyber Monday with record numbers of online purchases taking place last year. According to IMRG UK online spending … Continue reading

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Confessions of a DB2 Geek

It’s finally arrived!  Confessions of a DB2 Geek is here to bring you all the latest facts, updates and insight into the world of DB2. Our resident DB2 Geeks will be regularly sharing their thoughts on the latest trends in … Continue reading

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Using SQL Replication with DB2’s HADR

Take a look at this interesting new IBM presentation on SQL replication with HADR: Find more videos like this on ChannelDB2

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Data Management presentations available on slideshare

We will now be posting all our presentations and articles online through slideshare.  Click here to take a look. You can find recent presentations on data growth and high availability technologies for DB2.  look out for more content coming soon.

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Insight from the sharp-end of IT

Take a look at IT management from a different perspective. James Cockayne, Principal DBA at Camelot Group gives us his views on key issues for DBAs, virtualization solutions and how a DBA can ensure they get that all important beauty … Continue reading

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Paul Stoker chats to James Cockayne of EDS about some of the headaches of managing databases in a 24/7 environment.

Just how important is it for organisations to ensure they have a robust database availability & disaster recovery solution? The database is always the lynchpin of an application.  Without the database, the application doesn’t function, and there’s a bunch of … Continue reading

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