Tag Archives: remote DBA

Don’t expect to get by without any DB2 skills

This is quite a common issue in many organisations where development is carried out offshore and there is a local admin/support function but no local DBA resource. In this story Triton were initially brought in as a “one off” exercise … Continue reading

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The DB2Night Show sets new records with TOP DB2 LUW Support Issues

Last week Triton’s Julian Stuhler appeared on the ever popular DB2Night Show run by DBI software.  We’re delighted to report that this issue on “Top DB2 LUW Support Issues” set a new record for audience registrations.  Julian shared an assortment … Continue reading

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DBAs – who needs ‘em?!

A cautionary tale of why not investing in skilled DBAs can have terrible consequences for the business. We received a frantic call one evening from a customer asking for immediate help. DB2 had “hung” and no activity could be performed … Continue reading

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Latest from the DB2 Geeks – 5 Clicks to DB2 Success!

Have you heard the latest from the DB2 Geek?!  If not then take a look http://www.triton.co.uk/confessions-of-a-db2-geek/article/38/5-Clicks-to-DB2-Success! We chat to Scott Hayes to get the inside info on his “5 clicks to success” methodology.  Being a fellow DB2 Geek, Scott was … Continue reading

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DB2 Support from as little as £15,000 a year!

We’re offering expert DB2 support from as little as £15,000 a year.  This means that you get Remote Support for your DB2 systems from the DB2 Experts!  As IBM Premier Business Partners we are the support partner of choice for … Continue reading

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What are Managed Services, and Why Should You Care?

Take a look at Laurie McCabe‘s recent article on IT-Director.com to get the lowdown on why IT Managed Services are so important to the small to medium business.

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Simplifying DB2 Adiministration & Development with IBM Data Studio

In this DB2 Chat with the Lab webinar, find out how database developers and DBAs can get their jobs done more efficiently and with less risk using the no-charge capabilities in Data Studio 2.2, and the value-added capabilities in Optim … Continue reading

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Did your DBA team get burnt this summer?

As the bbq summer progressed, temperatures rose (well, there was that one week in May) and we all disappeared off on our Staycations, were the frazzled DBA team the only ones who got burnt? Burnt-out that is.  There are certain … 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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Podcast – Managing Mission Critical Databases Cost Effectively

Listen to our latest podcast to hear DB2 expert Paul Stoker talk about how a Remote DBA service can help organisations of all sizes effectively manage their critical DB2 databases. PRWeb Episode 2638694 Managed Services Download the white paper

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