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 “Modern”? It is my opinion that Db2 for z/OS is not the first database that comes to mind when considering a DevOps development methodology. However, there is no reason why it shouldn’t be!

The first thing we need to do is to identify what we mean by traditional versus modern development. In this series of articles, we will be speaking specifically of the waterfall methodology versus an Agile methodology and DevOps practices.

To read the entire article please follow this link:

https://community.ibm.com/community/user/hybriddatamanagement/blogs/daniel-luksetich/2021/06/21/traditional-db2-development-vs-modern-development

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  • Dan -

    I like the article but IBM didn't allow comments from me.  Dunno why.  Good basic discussion of the problem/opportunity.

    /phil s.

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