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Q Replication Dashboard Updated for 2012

A couple of months ago, IBM announced enhancements to its data replication in support of DB2 v10 for UNIX and Windows.  This month, IBM released an update to its Q Replication Dashboard that supports those enhancements and much more.  In fact, most the Dashboard's enhancements can be used with Q Replication for DB2 z/OS, too.  This post takes a quick look at…

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Added by david t on June 18, 2012 at 1:45pm — 1 Comment

IBM Data Replication Updated for DB2 10 on UNIX and Windows

Along with today's announcement about the new version of DB2 and InfoSphere Warehouse, IBM also announced an updated release of …

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Added by david t on April 3, 2012 at 2:00pm — 1 Comment

The New Android and iOS UI for Q Replication

This month, IBM released an update to the Q Replication Dashboard.  The most significant enhancement is the addition of a simplified user interface that's designed for web browsers in small touch-screen devices.  I've tried it on both an iPhone 4S running iOS 5.0.1 and a Google…

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Added by david t on December 26, 2011 at 9:00pm — No Comments

Using Q Replication with DB2's HADR

About two years ago, I posted a video showing how to use SQL Replication with HADR.  Lately, I've gotten a bunch of requests to do something similar for Q Replication and HADR.  The good news is that I don't have to :)  there's now a white paper called…

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Added by david t on December 15, 2011 at 1:00pm — No Comments

Cracking the Active/Active Data Warehouse Dilemma

For those of you who weren't at IOD this year, you may be interested to know that some of the presentations are now available on ibm.com.  The one about active-active data warehousing by Dwaine Snow, Linda Snow, and Enzo Cialini, all of IBM, is a good read that doesn't require you have a presenter handy.  It's pdf format can can be viewed or downloaded from the following link:…

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Added by david t on November 15, 2011 at 9:30pm — No Comments

Data Replication and Federation at IOD Past and Present

If you're going to be at this year's IOD conference in Las Vegas, you might be interested in reviewing some of IOD 2010's customer stories for data replication.  I've got links to a couple of them here along with links to some of the IBM presentations for both replication and federation.  You'll hear more stories like these this year.  You'll also be able to see demos in the InfoSphere Demo Room. …

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Added by david t on October 13, 2011 at 9:43pm — 1 Comment

Active-Active Databases: IBM 5710 vs the Oracle Database Appliance

 

Last week, smarterquestions.org had a very good post comparing two new database offerings for SMB - the IBM Smart Analytics System 5710 and the Oracle Database Appliance (ODA).  Naturally, the first thing I looked for was anything comparing options for…

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Added by david t on October 6, 2011 at 12:30pm — 1 Comment

High Availability for DB2 DPF

DB2 LUW partitioned databases haven't been called DPF, the Database Partitioning Feature, since 2007.  However, a lot of people still use the term.  That's not a bad thing, but they tend to search…

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Added by david t on August 29, 2011 at 2:06pm — No Comments

IBM's New Data Replication Product

 

 

Data Replication 

   Frequently Asked Questions

 

 

 

 

Today, IBM announced that it's packaging all of its relational database replication technologies into a single product called IBM InfoSphere Data Replication (IIDR).  Naturally, people are bound to have questions, so I'm going to cover what I…

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Added by david t on August 16, 2011 at 8:30am — No Comments

Building Time-Delayed Targets with Data Replication

 

Most replication products talk a lot about how great high-speed data replication is.  Naturally, I agree :)  It's great. However, if something ever corrupts your source data, you'll likely see an ugly side of speed - your target gets all the source's corrupt data with sub-second latency.  What a pain.  You have no time to prevent the mirrored corruption. That might leave both source and target unusable. And that's especially frustrating if your target is supposed to be a…

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Added by david t on August 10, 2011 at 10:30pm — No Comments

New developerWorks Article About DB2 AESE's Federation and Q Replication

I get a lot of questions about what's included in DB2 Advance ESE where data federation (virtualization) and replication technologies are concerned.  Some of them are simple licensing questions about what you get for no extra charge.  However, many more are about basic functionality. developerWorks helps out in both cases.  For the questions about function, there's…

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Added by david t on July 18, 2011 at 12:00pm — 4 Comments

IBM's New Active-Active Solution for DB2 and IMS on z/OS

IBM has a new availability solution, GDPS active-active continuous availability (GDPS/A-A), that offers an unlimited distance between data centers, cross-site workload monitoring, automated workload balancing, and recovery time objectives measured in seconds.  I have a few highlights here.  Full details can be found in…

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Added by david t on May 24, 2011 at 6:00pm — No Comments

Should You Switch from IBM's SQL Replication to Q Replication?

SQL Replication is a data replication technology that's been used with great success in many shops for over 20 years. Yet, IBM also provides the Q Replication technology that has developed an excellent reputation for high performance, continuous availability, and zero-downtime database migration. Naturally, that leads SQL Replication users to ask if they should switch from SQL to Q. The answer, like the answer to many other questions, is... "it depends." :)

 

You have your…

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Added by david t on May 13, 2011 at 8:00pm — No Comments

pureScale, Q Replication, and Active-Active Databases

IBM has an excellent new white paper on developerWorks about using Q Replication for active-active databases with DB2 pureScale.  It covers everything from basic terminology and set up to why WebSphere MQ adds value to active-active replication.  I like this paper for two reasons.  First, it's the most complete documentation IBM has for using Q Replication with DB2 puresScale. …

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Added by david t on May 11, 2011 at 6:00pm — No Comments

A Fast Way to Get Started with WebSphere MQ for DB2

You may already know that you can use DB2 and MQ together. For example, through Q Replication, by using DB2's MQ UDFs, or by…
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Added by david t on April 23, 2011 at 1:00am — No Comments

2010's 10 Most Popular Data Replication Topics for DB2

These are the ten topics that I felt were the most popular with the sales teams and customers I worked with in 2010. As with last year's list, this year's based solely on my own experience. No way I'm going to try to reconcile my colleagues' opinions and come up with a composite list :)  There are just too many opinions around for that.  I'll stick with mine, start at the top, and work…

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Added by david t on January 8, 2011 at 1:00am — No Comments

Data Replication for the IBM Smart Analytics System 7700

Someday after you get through reading the outstanding highlights in this week's announcement of the 7700, you may want to know what your replication options are. The answer is pretty much the same as it is for the 7600. I'll use this post to give you a…
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Added by david t on August 20, 2010 at 12:00pm — No Comments

Data Replication for the IBM Smart Analytics System 5600 and 7600

With more companies looking into the IBM Smart Analytics Systems, one obvious question people ask is - what are my replication options? The answer is simple, but not easy to find. I'm going to use this post to provide one for the 5600 and 7600.


Both of these systems are built on a base…
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Added by david t on July 2, 2010 at 1:00pm — No Comments

Tips for Using Data Replication to Do Database Migration

Yes, it's true - all database vendors offer ways to migrate their databases from version to version. However, I see more and more people choosing data replication instead. Why? I'll answer that in this post. More importantly, I'll provide tips for those just starting out.


So... the most common reasons I hear for choosing replication are these:…


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Added by david t on June 18, 2010 at 9:00pm — No Comments

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