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GDPC – Expert Guidance From Triton Consulting

It’s well known that DB2 pureScale is an IT department’s ‘must-have’ product to cope with its customers’ growing workloads.  It provides outstanding database scalability which is unlimited, plus continuous availability and application transparency.  However, any single-site system, even a DB2 … Continue reading

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DB2 pureScale – all you need to know

We’ve been doing a lot of work and producing a lot of articles, webcasts and general information on DB2 pureScale over the last 12 months.  So here is a list of links to everything we have produced on DB2 pureScale.  … Continue reading

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DB2 pureScale demonstration – Dynamic Capacity & Scalability

This live demo shows how DB2 pureScale can be used to increase or decrease capacity dynamically to help organisations cope with spikes in workload. For more information on DB2 pureScale visit – www.triton.co.uk/purescale/

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DB2 pureScale availability demo – Member Failure & Recovery

In this video our resident DB2 pureScale expert, James Gill shares a live demonstration of what happens when a member fails in a DB2 pureScale cluster. For more information on DB2 pureScale visit www.triton.co.uk/purescale/

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Season Finale Webcast Confirmed – DB2 pureScale Vs Oracle RAC

We’re delighted to confirm that the Season Finale of our DB2 pureScale webcast series has been confirmed for 9th November.  Paul Zikopoulos of IBM will be joining us for this session to share details on how DB2 pureScale compares with Oracle … Continue reading

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DB2 pureScale webcast series – Episode 1 DB2 pureScale Overview 29th September

In today’s business environment, agility is everything. With increased globalisation, business hours are never over, which means that even a small gap in availability for critical systems can cost millions in lost revenue and customer confidence. IBM DB2 pureScale reduces … Continue reading

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Triton confirmed as speakers at UKCMG Forum in October

DB2 pureScale Overview Session The UKCMG have announced details of their upcoming conference on 13th October.  This one-day conference will keep you abreast of industry developments.  There will be a multi-tracked agenda and a full table top exhibition running alongside the … Continue reading

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DB2 pureScale now available for Linux on System x

At the IBM Smarter Systems Tour in Beijing yesterday IBM announced that DB2 pureScale is now available on System x.  This is great news as it will allow DB2 on System x users to benefit from the continuous availability and … Continue reading

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A growing online retail sector needs the right IT solution to support customer service

According to a report from econsultancy.com 34% of shoppers prefer to buy online.  As buying habits change and consumers move more towards online shopping, the need for a robust and scalable IT infrastructure becomes greater.  According to Internet Retailing, internet … Continue reading

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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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