IBM DB2 - The Ultimate Database for Cloud, Analytics & Mobile
Location: IBM Corporation 590 Madison Ave (between 56th & 57th)
Room 1219, 12th Floor
A free day of Db2 education with speakers:
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HURRY today is the last chance for you to register our DOUBLE Webcast Series - Db2 12 Migration Planning and EARLY CUSTOMER EXPERIENCES. There will be a with LIVE Q &A session with John Campbell - IBM Db2 Guru. This is fresh content for 2018 to help you accelerate your Db2 12 Migration.
DB2 12 for z/OS Technical Overview PART 1 & 2 with live…Continue
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
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With Db2 for z/OS continuous delivery model, new Db2 for z/OS features/enhancements are continuously delivered in service stream when they are ready. LISTAGG is one of first set of functions delivered in function level 501 since Db2 adopted continuous delivery model.
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Do you ever wish you could just ask a Db2 expert about something? Maybe about how to do something with Db2 that you've never done before? Or maybe about problems that occur during migration from an older version of Db2 to Db2 12 or Db2 11? If having an expert available sounds appealing to you, then IBM's recent announcement about…Continue
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Customers have been telling us that they lack adequate safeguards to protect data in Db2 for z/OS from viewing by unauthorized internal personnel. In Db2 11 for z/OS, we address that problem…Continue
The Db2 for z/OS documentation team recently changed how we deliver PDF manuals for Db2. These changes are mostly transparent to you. However, I've recently fielded several questions related to the recent process changes and more general concerns about the future of PDF manuals for Db2, and I want to respond to those questions.
But first: advantages of IBM Knowledge Center
As I hope you're aware, …
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Why did over 1000 Db2 users downloaded this valuable whitepaper ?
Whitepaper: DB2 12 for z/OS The In-Memory Enterprise Database for Transactions and Analytics
This paper will provide a high-level overview of the major new features of IBM DB2 12 for z/OS from an IT Executive’s perspective, with the emphasis on the underlying business value that the…Continue
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By Patrick Bossman and Paul McWilliams
Automatic binds of plans and packages for applications that run on Db2 for z/OS introduce avoidable risk to online and offline migrations. During and after migration, automatic binds can cause costly problems, including performance regression and even application outages.
However, you can take action before migration to…
In Db2 11 for z/OS and Db2 12 for z/OS, we introduce an enhancement that improves your ability to obtain accurate real storage usage statistics. In the past, z/OS capacity planners have experienced difficulties in determining an accurate estimate of the main memory that their Db2 subsystems used. With this enhancement, you can have…Continue
Added by Judy Tobias on October 2, 2017 at 1:23pm — No Comments
By Patrick Malone and Paul McWilliams
Db2 for z/OS DBAs who use the LOAD utility in Db2 11 and Db2 12 can reduce the cost and effort of preparing input data sets for the LOAD utility, examining LOAD utility job output, and dealing with discard data sets, by using several new IGNORE options.
DBAs are often aware of records in input data sets that trigger…
Added by Paul McWilliams on September 18, 2017 at 4:00pm — No Comments
Complete the Db2 for z/OS Pain Points Survey to identify and rank the pain points you currently experience while using Db2 for z/OS. We gladly accept multiple responses from your company. Your feedback is very important to us. Thank you for taking 5-10 minutes to complete the survey.
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HOT OFF THE PRESS!
DB2 12 for z/OS Optimizer Red Book is ready for download.Continue
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Presentations for PDUG conferences Wrocław 27-28 September 2017 POLAND
Only a few months have passed since the last conference and we are already planning another!
As we announced at our last meeting, our next event will take place September 27-28, 2017 in Wroclaw (IBM Global Services Delivery Center, Muchoborska 8). This will be our first visit to this city, which we are extremely happy about. But what would this conference be without…
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The IBM DB2 Analytics Accelerator for z/OS provides the ability to gain greater insights and analytics capabilities from their enterprise DB2 data. The Accelerator allows you to run analytic queries against their existing DB2 data at higher speeds and lower costs than the same queries running natively on IBM DB2 for z/OS. This is great for data that exists…Continue
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This is the second part of “Backup and Recovery of DB2 Analytics Accelerator data now possible!”. In this portion, we cover some of the details of the backup process of data stored in an Accelerator. We will start with two main scenarios and differentiate when a backup of Accelerator data might be needed:
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