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(Lockwood Lyon) With promises of incredibly fast queries, many IT shops implemented one or more big data applications in combination with high-performance hardware and software suites.
(Carol) We’re so over winter….bring on spring! We all look forward to the lighter, brighter evenings and warm spring sunshine and not forgetting the all-important time off work, but what if your organisation has just one or two DBAs?
(Hernando Bedoya, Jim Bainbridge, Rob Bestgen, Mike Cain, Doug Mack, Simona Pacchiarini, Kathryn Steinbrink and Lin Lin Su) Business Intelligence (BI) is a broad term that relates to applications that analyze data to understand and act on the key metrics that drive profitability in an enterprise. Ke
(Troy L Coleman) These days, most enterprises limit access to sensitive data to only those users who need to see this information to do their jobs. In the meantime, security features have evolved over the past few DB2 releases.
(Craig S. Mullins) One of the most significant new features for supporting big data in a DB2 12 environment is relative page numbering (or RPN) for range-partitioned table spaces.
(Jack Vamvas) Question: I’ve received some monitoring alerts about low memory availability on a Linux server hosting a DB2 LUW installation.
(Jan Marek) One of the most painful experiences in the work life of a database administrator (DBA) is probably the accidental drop of a database object on a production subsystem. Most IT shops have procedures to prevent this occurrence, yet it still happens.
(Lockwood Lyon) Like management information systems, enterprise resource planning and relational database, big data is now a standard part of information technology architecture for most large organizations. Common applications include storage and analysis of customer data, web interactions, machine
(Aaron Bartell) Have you ever fixed one thing in your software only to find that you broke something else in the process? No? Me neither. So this article is for those “other people.” OK, if I’m completely honest, I have bugs and I don’t do a good job of automating my integration tests.