Db2 Analytics Accelerator - Migrating to 7.5 best practices

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Db2 Analytics Accelerator - Migrating to 7.5 best practices

Time: August 18, 2020 from 11am to 12pm
Location: EDT
Website or Map: http://ibm.biz/accelerator_we…
Event Type: webcast
Organized By: Jonathan Sloan
Latest Activity: Aug 14

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Register for the webcast at http://ibm.biz/accelerator_webcast 

Db2 Analytics Accelerator 7.5 offers powerful new enhancements including an advanced data synchronization technology and broader scalability options for Db2 Analytics Accelerator on IBM Z deployments. 

 

Please join IBM for an August 18 webcast led by Mehmet Cuneyt Goksu, PhD, IBM Db2 Analytics Accelerator and Db2 Tools Lab Advocate. You will learn more about these powerful new capabilities and real-world migration options/scenarios for moving from prior versions of the Db2 Analytics Accelerator to 7.5. Cuneyt will share tips and insights derived from recent client migration experiences to help simplify your migration initiative.

 

Register for the webcast today to learn how moving to Db2 Analytics Accelerator 7.5 can help your organization deliver unprecedented enterprise-grade transactional and analytic processing.

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