(Martin) 98% of our studio audience learned something!Cristian covered all aspects of distributed access to Db2.
(Craig S. Mullins) Let’s talk about dirty reads (with apologies to the AC/DC pun in the title of this blog post).
(John Maenpaa) Using JSON is a lot easier than using XML. Manually editing a document is much more manageable and adjusting the structure is quick and easy. It is also easier to create an invalid JSON document without knowing it.
(Lockwood Lyon) As big data solutions grow in size and complexity, concerns can rise about future performance. Will the current application scale up and out? Are there potential issues with data consistency? Can your big data application co-exist on the same hardware with regular production processi
(James Gill) The DB2 for z/OS REST API has been available on V11 and V12 for a while now and has continued to evolve through IBMs continuous delivery maintenance strategy.
(Craig S. Mullins) This four-part blog series took a look into SQL performance and optimization from a generic perspective.
(Scott) 100% of our audience learned something!Klaas Brant’s presentation was amazing! From monitoring commands to configuration recommendations, Klaas covered it all!
(Jane Man) In the recent customers’ conference calls, a lot of customers are confused about Db2 for z/OS JSON capability and Native REST services.
(Robert Catterall) Has this ever happened to you? You’re looking at the Db2 for z/OS SQL Reference (or in the Db2 for z/OS Knowledge Center on the Web), and you see something like this (and the quote below is from the description of the CREATE VARIABLE statement in the SQL Reference, with highlighti
(Scott) This is part 2 of Db2 application tuning for Db2 Explains and db2advis. We are on a mission to make Explains and the Db2 Advisor faster and more efficient. PLEASE review PART 1 as a prerequisite so that the information flow is fresh in your mind before continuing.