IBM DB2 - The Ultimate Database for Cloud, Analytics & Mobile
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Some time ago, John Campbell, Michael Dewert and I published a Db2 white paper on the support for the extended LRSN and RBA format introduced in Db2 11. This paper is no longer available on the internet, so we have decided to reproduce it here as it contains valuable information for safely implementing the extended format in both data sharing and non-data sharing environments, and in particular for avoiding pitfalls which can lead to unplanned outages. …Continue
Previously I outlined the themes and highlights of DB2 12 for z/OS, including some high-level performance expectations. Let’s move on to look at a developing strategy to deliver performance and scalability improvements by the exploitation of large real memory, particularly the use of in-memory data structures optimised for performance.
IBM DB2 12 for z/OS became generally available on Oct. 21, 2016. It's perhaps sobering to reflect on the fact that DB2 was first announced in 1983 and released in 1985, but its roots—and the roots of all relational databases—go all the way back to mathematician and IBM Fellow Edgar F. Codd's ground-breaking 1970 paper, "A Relational Model of Data for Large Shared Data Banks."