(Jonathan Sloan) With all the hype around new technology, cloud platforms and development approaches, you might be wondering how IBM Z and the transactional data that resides on it fit into this changing landscape.
(Craig S. Mullins) Nobody can deny that the amount of data that we store and manage continues to expand at a rapid pace. A recent study by analysts at IDC Corporation concludes that the size of what they call The Global Datasphere will reach 175 zettabytes by 2025.
(Martin) 100% of our studio audience learned something!Dave discussed the latest Db2 security methods, procedures and techniques for securing Db2 systems, databases and applications.
(Daniel Luksetich) After 30+ years there are few things that people can do or say during my day to day DBA activities that upset me. However, there is still one thing that can get me to walk out of a meeting!
(Andrew Buckler) Turning raw data into improved business performance is a multilayered problem, but it doesn’t have to be complicated. To make things simpler, let’s start at the end and work backwards.
In his latest article James Cockayne, Principal Consultant at Triton Consulting gives us his views on key issues for DBAs, the newest active-active availability solutions and how a DBA can ensure they get their all-important beauty sleep!
(James Cockayne) Recently I was running a workshop for some customers to demonstrate various features of DB2 on the Linux platform.
(Robert Catterall) Not too long ago, I received a note from the leader of a Db2 for z/OS database administration team, asking for my take on a Db2 12 buffer pool configuration set-up that his team had devised.
(Peter Vanroose) For our course administration we use (already for several decades now) an application which was developed in-house, combined with a 45-table database on Db2 for z/OS.
(Martin) Martin discussed the issues for the DBA in a brand new environment, including integration with DevOps.