Oracle to DB2 Conversions
In the previous weeks I’ve talked about how easy it is to transfer your systems from Oracle to DB2. At the IOD conference many Oracle to DB2 conversion companies added their value proposition testimonies. IBM recorded these testimonials by video and audio, documenting . . . → Read More: IOD Conference Roundup
Please keep the comments coming and it seems there are a lot people interested in Oracle to DB2 conversions especially migrating from Oracle to DB2 for z/OS. The main questions were “How long does the migration from Oracle to DB2 really take?” and “When migrating from Oracle to DB2 what are the real problems . . . → Read More: Migrating from Oracle to DB2 Part 2
Thanks for all the comments and emails about the blog. It is great to hear from everyone and hear how your company is having success or the same issues with your applications. It is also interesting to hear from the database competition Oracle.
DB2 9.7 has a number of features that make it . . . → Read More: Oracle Conversion to DB2
The beta of DB2 10 for z/OS continues to progress with the early indications that the relative DB2 performance processing bar is definitely being raised in this next version. Early DB2 10 beta customers are truly experiencing 5-10% DB2 performance improvements out of the box. Some are even experiencing greater improvements because their unique application . . . → Read More: DB2 Version 10 and DB2 LUW: Redefining DB2 Performance
I received some great comments and questions based on the last blog entry/video about the many new features in DB2 Cobra.One of the more interesting questions was asked “How much work or how compatible is the new DB2 with Oracle?”The answer DB2 is very compatible, so . . . → Read More: Four More Reasons to Migrate from Oracle to DB2
Another great feature that is in the new Version 9.7 of DB2 is its new compatibility with Oracle. This compatibility takes many forms within the database such as understanding operational syntax, stored procedures keyword syntax and improved operational concurrency that I covered last week.
The DB2 compatibility with Oracle was developed because many . . . → Read More: DB2 Compatible with Oracle