Tag Archives: high availability

Mission Impossible: Improving DB2 Scalability, Availability AND Performance While Doubling Workload

Join Triton Consulting Director, Paul Stoker at the IDUG DB2 Technical Conference in Berlin next month for the must attend presentation ‘Mission Impossible: Improving DB2 Scalability, Availability AND Performance While Doubling Workload’. As the lead DB2 DBA for the Digital … Continue reading

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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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How to set up application server to access DB2 z/OS with high availability

DB2 for z/OS data sharing is well-acknowledged by industry experts for providing the highest availability, and addressing planned and unplanned outages. Nevertheless, end-users only care that their task is executed. If the application server cannot reach out to the database … Continue reading

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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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DB2 9.7 – Minimize planned outages when making changes to your database objects

IBM DB2 9.7 introduces enhancements that allow you to make changes to the database objects while keeping these objects fully accessible to the database users during the modification. These enhancements allow database administrators to make vital changes to the database … Continue reading

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