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Five Days in the Labs – Part 1

Last month we were delighted to be given the opportunity to visit IBM’s research and development centre in Boeblingen, Germany.  Before I get on to what exactly we were doing there I’d like to share a little information about the … Continue reading

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DB2 9.7: Moving to DB2 is Easy

This video highlights some of the new features in DB2 9.7 that make it very easy to enable Oracle applications to DB2. It includes demos for features like support for PL/SQL, CLP Plus, the free IBM Data Movement tool, and … Continue reading

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DB2 pureScale: Scalability Demo

This video highlights how easily and instantly you can scale your workloads by simply adding a member to the DB2 pureScale cluster. It also shows how quickly DB2 pureScale recovers in case of a member failure. For more information on … Continue reading

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IBM Experts on DB2 pureScale – On Demand Webcast

Hear Matt Huras from the IBM Labs and Clair Ross from Triton Consulting talk about IBM DB2 pureScale. Click here to download the webcast. In this presentation we look at why DB2 pureScale is the ideal solution for the retail … 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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DB2 10 for z/OS- Beta release announced

So, after many months of anticipation and “technology preview” presentations at various conferences, IBM have finally announced the start of the beta process for the new version of DB2 for z/OS. The product that went under the cunning codename of … Continue reading

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DB2 10 for z/OS Beta Launch

It’s a big news day in the world of DB2 for z/OS with IBM announcing the Beta Launch of DB2 10.  There has been much speculation about how this version is going to look and we had a sneak preview … Continue reading

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Business Analytics – another buzzword?

Find out by attending the “Breaking away with Business Analytics” webcast IBM are running on 28th Jan. There will be leading figures from IBM’s Information Management team and case studies to highlight where this approach has worked in the real world. … Continue reading

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Don’t forget – Hints and tips to get the most out of IBM DB2 9 for z/OS

January 26, 2010, 11 a.m., Eastern Standard Time, 4:00 p.m. UTC Learn about the wealth of new features in DB2 9 for z/OS!  Join this free teleconference from IBM and you will see how it’s new features improve business efficiency … Continue reading

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DB2 9 for z/OS potential data corruption and DB2 crash

IBM has issued a “Red Alert” for DB2 9 for z/OS. DB2 9 for z/OS potential data corruption and DB2 crash after using the CATMAINT UPDATE SCHEMA SWITCH utility, which is new in DB2 9. For full details click here … Continue reading

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