Tag Archives: Paul Stoker

IDUG EMEA 2015 Day 4

Dublin hosted IDUG EMEA for the first time and what a warm welcome we received. Plenty of great company, great food and of course great Guinness. Day 4 is always tinged with sadness as it is the end of IDUG … Continue reading

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IDUG EMEA 2014 – Day 2

The sun has been shining and the weather mild so far in Prague for IDUG EMEA 2014. (Who says the British only talk about the weather?) However last time I was in Prague the temperature was -20C and I was … Continue reading

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Olympic Spirit at IDUG

Earlier on this year I was fortunate enough to spend several days at the Olympics. Other than watching Usain Bolt retain the 100M and witnessing Mo Farah win his second gold medal of the games, a more generic highlight for … Continue reading

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First Time at IDUG, Second Time Around

Not having attended IDUG for 5 years at least, registering for IDUG EMEA in Berlin I felt as apprehensive as the first time I attended IDUG. But it didn’t take long to bump into some old DB2 friends (colleagues I … Continue reading

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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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