- Accurately tracking information and data changes over time
- Cost-effectively addressing auditing and compliance requirements
- Indicating the business validity of data in the real world
- Using new and standardized SQL syntax to insert, update, delete and query data in the past, present, or future
Speaker: Maryela Weihrauch, IBM® Distinguish Engineer, DB2 for z/OS® Architect, IBM Software Group
Broadcast date: July 15, 2014, 11:00 a.m. EDT / 3:00 p.m. GMT / 4:00 p.m. BST
Developed for: IT and enterprise architects and managers; application developers and managers;
database administrators and managers; system analysts; IT operations managers
Technical level: Intermediate – advanced
For years, application programmers and database administrators have been facing the problem of managing different versions of application data. With new regulatory and compliance laws requiring historical data to be maintained over years, the problem is becoming more acute. It requires significant investment by DB2® customers in changing existing or creating new database applications to manage different versions of data.
Join us for this complimentary webcast as we review the capability in DB2 10 to specify table-level specifications to control the management of application data based upon time. We will discuss major improvements in temporal support in DB2 11. These enhancements include time machine support that doesn’t require changing applications, and new temporal features for users of different views. We will also discuss a more comprehensive and generic auditing proposal that is built on top of DB2 10 temporal.
Join us after the webcast for a live question-and-answer session. This webcast will also be available for replay after the event.