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This Week in Data Science (May 23, 2017)

Here’s this week’s news in Data Science and Big Data.

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Parameter Places Retry Claims on Stopped Objects

This should be obvious to anyone who reads this blog, but each DB2 release has literally dozens of new features and enhancements. I write about them on a weekly basis, but occasionally even I miss something. For instance, I recently learned about a new parameter introduced in DB2 10 that's designed to improve productivity (and reduce frustration) in your test and development environment.

The DB2Night Show #Z77: DB2 12 Update

Presented by: Jeff Josten Distinguished Engineer, IBM SVL "The DB2Night Show Z77: DB2 12 Update" Replays available in WMV and M4V formats! 100% of our studio audience learned something!Jeff did a great of describing the highlights in DB2 12 and beyond. Watch the replay...

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MongoDB cheat sheet

MongoDB is an open-source NoSQL document-oriented database program. I’ve recently started supporting MongoDB . This is my quick notes to support MongoDB How to install MongoDB Enterprise on Red Hat Linux --create a repo file and insert the text below vi /etc/yum.repos.d/mongodb-enterprise.repo [mongodb-enterprise] name=MongoDB Enterprise Repository baseurl=$releasever/mongodb-enterprise/3.4/$basearch/ gpgcheck=1 enabled=1 gpgkey= --install the package sudo yum install -y mongodb-enterprise Start the MongoDB service sudo service mongod start Start at the next system reboot sudo chkconfig mongod on To allow remote connections Step1 : how to create a user in a db db.createUser({ user: 'robert', pwd: 'myM0ng0_pw', roles: [{ role: 'readWrite', db:'testdb'}]...

Oracle Renewal Looming? Consider DB2! @IBMAnalytics

Thanks to my colleague, Kim May, for another wonderful job leading customers and IBMers through the rewards and challenges of converting Oracle databases to DB2. The recording of the latest webinar...

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