Tag Archives: System Z

IBM Launches z13 Mainframe

IBM have recently announced the launch of the z13 Mainframe. The latest version of the iconic Mainframe has been designed to deliver scale and economics together with real-time encryption and analytics to help meet the expectations of consumers for speed … Continue reading

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IBM Announce the zEnterprise zEC12

The next generation of zSeries hardware was announced on Tuesday 28th August. The zEC12 is faster (5.5GHz cores), and will run more processors (up to 101 general purpose) than the previous generations of z. All of this adds up to … Continue reading

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What Are Your DB2 z/OS Migration Plans?

Triton Consulting really are the UK experts on DB2, being IBM Premier Business Partners and with several IBM Information Champions and Gold Consultants in the team.  The area of version migration is one which is a particular favourite of ours … Continue reading

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Bringing Business Analytics to Big Iron

Traditionally DB2 for z/OS was considered to be primarily an OLTP data server, with the DB2 for Linux, Unix and Windows variant being a more common choice for analytics and data warehousing duties. This approach is often dictated by cost … Continue reading

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Julian Stuhler’s Guest Blog on “Getting the Most out of DB2 for z/OS and System z”

I’d like to follow up on a topic last mentioned in this very column last November, on the subject of “Not Accounted” time (link here ). The list of possible explanations for not accounted time that Willie referred to was … Continue reading

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Data Governance – your key to business optimisation

View the on demand webinar – click here Learn how IBM Data Governance entry points can help optimise your business by helping to lower costs, manage risk and increase your profitability, create business insight, business growth and competitive advantage. Merv … Continue reading

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DB2 for z/OS Technical Update

Julian Stuhler will be presenting “The business value of migrating to DB2 9” at the upcoming DB2 Technology Update events. South Bank, London on 29th September and Edinburgh 1st October For more info and to book click here

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Join us online for Data Governance on z/OS

We’ve created a LinkedIn group to accompany our upcoming Data Governance events. Join the discussion – http://www.linkedin.com/groupRegistration?gid=2256896  Our LinkedIn group will keep you up to date with agenda, speakers and the latest news in Data Governance.  Join us to have … Continue reading

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Performance Features in DB2 V9 for z/OS – Part 7

Check out the next instalment from Dave Beulke – http://davebeulke.com/?p=512

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Red Alert: Possible data loss

Possible data loss for z/OS 1.8, 1.9 and 1.10 with fix and HSM PATCH enabled for OA22507. Check the zSeries Red Alerts Subscription Service for more info – http://www14.software.ibm.com/webapp/set2/sas/f/redAlerts/20090824.html http://it.toolbox.com/blogs/db2zos/red-alert-possible-data-loss-33674?rss=1

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