Lots of new content is available on www.ibmbluhub.com, a site that is focused on BLU Acceleration in-memory computing for fast reporting and analytics from the transaction environment or a warehouse environment. Here is a summary of some content you may want to check out:
Added by Cindy Russell on September 26, 2014 at 9:41am — No Comments
Oracle TopLink supports access to any data store accessible through standard JDBC using standard SQL.
Additionally TopLink offers database platforms that allow for specific functionality to be exposed such as
native SQL, sequencing, out-join syntax, custom date/timestamp operators and formats, and schema import
and generation with the mapping editors.
To setup Oracle Toplink please follow the below steps :-
1.We need to identify the…
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This post is useful for DB2 developers, administrators, database architects to learn how to access Oracle database
stored procedures from DB2 database sources.
A federated system is a special type of distributed database management system (DBMS).
A federated system consists of a DB2® database system that operates as a federated server, a database that acts
as the federated database, one or more data sources, and clients (users and applications) that access the…
Added by Ramya on June 24, 2014 at 4:01am — No Comments
My top five picks of new content on the DB2 with BLU Acceleration microsite at www.ibmbluhub.com:
Added by Cindy Russell on June 18, 2014 at 11:41am — No Comments
The heart of today's data warehouse, big data and analytics initiatives is based around databases. Analysts show that transactional data and log data are top two types of data used in big data initiatives despite the immediate association of social data and unstructured content. DB2 for z/OS by example is robust, scalable, secure and provides some of the best transactional integrity. With all of this Mike Ferguson analyst and consultant concludes in his white paper : "All of this makes…Continue
Added by Mark Simmonds on May 20, 2014 at 11:58am — No Comments
Hold tight - this will probably freak the accounting world out. I was listening to an analyst call about big data earlier today. I asked the question whether data would soon have a value on the asset sheet. There was a resounding agreement that it would - if a suitable metric could be devised.
To me it all depends on whether an organization can put controls around the following (non-exhaustive) criteria :
Accurate data - bad data is like a virus to the business and could…
Added by Mark Simmonds on May 20, 2014 at 11:56am — No Comments
I have updated my db2-hash-routines package to include bcrypt and sha-256 hashes.
The following hashes are supported:
Documentation is available as…Continue
Added by Helmut K. C. Tessarek on May 11, 2014 at 6:38pm — No Comments
One of the techniques to improve database performance and achieve greater scalability is using table partitioning. According to live industry observations when you see the following symptoms you should consider table partitioning
Slow queries that return small amounts or no data
Slow queries that return large amounts of data
Blocking between readers and writers (inserts or updates)
As tables grow in size, it may be easier to manage your…Continue
Added by Ramya on May 1, 2014 at 6:00am — No Comments
It's a complimentary webcast led by guest speaker Mike Ferguson, an independent consultant and analyst. He will review the business and technical requirements for clients embarking on big data and business analytics solutions. Mike will also discuss some of the key IBM solutions for System z and their potential to help clients meet those requirements.
Register and receive Mike's new white paper on this topic
Added by Mark Simmonds on April 22, 2014 at 10:35am — No Comments
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With expression-based indexes, you can create an index that includes expressions. The performance of queries that involves expressions is improved if the database manager chooses an index that is created on the same expressions. Expression-based indexes are best suited when you want an efficient evaluation of queries that involve a column expression. Simple index keys consist of a concatenation of one or more specified…Continue
Added by Ramya on March 6, 2014 at 12:56pm — No Comments
DB2 with BLU Acceleration speeds analytics and reporting using dynamic in-memory columnar technologies. In-memory columnar technologies provide an extremely efficient way to scan and find relevant data. Coupled with innovations such as parallel vector processing and actionable compression, it makes your analytic queries far faster and less complex. So you can connect with the information you need at breakthrough speed and…
Added by Ramya on March 6, 2014 at 12:54pm — No Comments
This analyst finds that DB2 with BLU Acceleration for in-memory computing delivers consistently higher performance at a lesser cost. Read for yourself.
Added by Cindy Russell on January 27, 2014 at 1:54pm — No Comments
IBM InfoSphere Optim Workload Replay can significantly improve your database testing experience and help you successfully manage change in your database environments, whether you are adopting BLU Acceleration, upgrading DB2 versions, or making the move to DB2.
Using InfoSphere Workload Replay, you can capture production workloads and use them to build realistic testing environments. This helps assess a wide range of database changes before production deployment and without…Continue
Added by Cindy Russell on January 9, 2014 at 3:36pm — No Comments
At the Information On Demand conference, IBM has announced BLU Acceleration for Cloud as a technology preview. This is an opportunity to help shape the product, while also taking advantage of hot BLU Acceleration dynamic in-memory technology. The cloud implementation provides a simple and agile way to access BI and data-intensive reporting on the cloud!
Check it out: http://bluforcloud.com/ and join the November 21st DB2 Tech…Continue
Added by Cindy Russell on November 7, 2013 at 5:13pm — No Comments
Need to get started using DB2 quickly and at a low cost? DB2 on the cloud is an ideal way to get up and running quickly.
Several pre-installed, pre-configured editions of DB2 are available on the cloud to support needs that range from a small workgroup to advanced enterprise data applications.
Attend this Tech Talk to learn more about the features of this cloud implementation and how they can work for your business needs.
Join Rav Ahuja of IBM Labs on…
Added by Cindy Russell on October 28, 2013 at 5:30pm — No Comments
We are delighted to announce that Triton Consulting's Solutions Delivery Director, Julian Stuhler, has been named as a Top DB2 Consultant in IBM's annual awards ceremony held at the International DB2 User Group (IDUG) Conference in Barcelona this month. The award was presented by John Campbell, IBM Distinguished Engineer.
Read the full story....http://bit.ly/177gLOG
Added by Laura Hood on October 22, 2013 at 10:45am — No Comments
Hi All ,
We have installed DB2 v9.7 on SAP Nw 7.3 ,
we would like to take the Backup of DB2 v 9.7 also we would like to enable archie log
Please share the suitable documentation for that
Added by Manish on October 6, 2013 at 5:03am — No Comments
New Video Uploaded for Securing Business logic in DB by OBFUSCATING DDL.
Simple yet Powerful.
Conceal/Mask/Hide your critical business logic in Database using Obfuscation of DDLs.
Method 1: db2look with WRAP Option
Method 2: Function…
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