Another set of great INSIGHT announcements that were somewhat drowned out by all the Watson hoopla were all the enhancements that are happening with DB2 pureScale. For those unfamiliar with DB2 pureScale, it is the multi-node cluster configuration providing the industry’s best scalability, performance, and data availability of any DBMS company offering today. Since DB2 . . . → Read More: 3 Game-Changing IBM DB2 pureScale Enhancements
The annual North American IDUG conference was held in Anaheim, California and I always like going through the download of presentations to understand all the presentations I missed. Users, DB2 consultants and IBMers always provide great DB2 performance technical insights into how to get the most out of your environment.
This year the conference DB2 . . . → Read More: DB2 Performance Tuning for LUW Feature: DB2 pureScale
Last week IBM announced the zEnterprise with its new integrated IBMPOWER7 and IBM System x blades environments. This provides users with the ability to run traditional mainframe applications alongside any UNIX and Intel based applications. These new capabilities provide a one-stop cloud environment for businesses to deploy and scale any application from any platform.
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Attending all the sessions at the IBM Information on Demand conference is impossible, but attending the right DB2 training presentation to get the most out your time is vital. Not every conference is important, but with money tight and the economy questionable, learning and staying ahead of the pack with DB2 education is critical. While . . . → Read More: Five Important Items from DB2 Training at IOD 2009
This week IBM announced DB2’s newest feature, DB2 pureScale. This new feature within the DB2 Family of products represents the next step in overall database and DB2 performance because of its unlimited capacity, application transparency and continuous availability. The DB2 pureScale feature provides the ability to balance the workload across a dynamic number of DB2 . . . → Read More: DB2 pureScale – Next Step in DB2 Performance