February 2017 Blog Posts (2)

Exploit in-memory computing on DB2 12 for z/OS to realize gains

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.



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Added by Gareth Copplestone-Jones on February 22, 2017 at 15:00 — No Comments

DB2 for z/OS - 2017 Webcast Series - REGISTER NOW! 8 TOP WEBCASTS!

2017 DB2 for z/OS Webcast Series – Register for the Series NOW!

We have planned an amazing series of DB2 for z/OS webcasts series for you and to make it easier you only need to register once for all the webcasts !

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Added by Surekha Parekh on February 9, 2017 at 21:08 — No Comments

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IDUG Db2 Tech Conference coming to San Paulo, Brazil and Mexico City! Register Now

Started by Surekha Parekh in What's hot ? on Thursday. 0 Replies

For the first time IDUG is hosting two events in Latin America. These seminars will bring together Db2 professionals from around the world for expert-led technical sessions and networking opportunities. This is your chance to connect! …Continue

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MSSQL linked server attaching to DB2 LUW

Started by Mike Jett in Application Development and DB2 on Thursday. 0 Replies

I am trying to create a linked server from MSSQL 2014  to DB2 11.1  I am able to create one linked server and get it to work with one DB.  I have not been able to figure out how to add additional catalogs(DB's).  Is it possible to use just one…Continue

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