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I have a new Db2 blog post which is the first in a series on application performance. We start with some suggestions on reducing calls to the data server. Many more to come in the following weeks.
This is the fourth in a four-part series of articles addressing Db2 for z/OS and modern development utilizing an Agile methodology and DevOps processes. To read the first three articles please follow these links:…
This is the third article of a four-part series addressing Db2 for z/OS and modern development utilizing an Agile methodology and DevOps processes. To read the first two articles please follow these links:…
This article is the second of a four-part series addressing Db2 for z/OS and modern development utilizing an Agile methodology and DevOps processes. The first article of the series can be found here. In this article we try to define modern development terms in a manner which people most familiar with Db2…
I wrote a very short story about using the JSON/SQL support in Db2 for z/OS. I also wrote an introduction to JSON support in Db2 for z/OS article for IDUG.
The story and link to the IDUG article is here:
This is a direct link to the IDUG article, but you need an IDUG…
This article is the first of a four-part series addressing Db2 for z/OS and modern development utilizing a Agile methodology and DevOps processes. In this article we define traditional versus modern development and how Db2 for z/OS, while remaining the premier database for high volume system of record applications, might be left behind when it comes to best practices involving innovation. Did you notice that “Db2” follows “Traditional” in the title of this article, but “Database” follows…
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