(Lockwood Lyon) Big data as an application (or as a service) is being supplanted by artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning.
(Timothy Prickett Morgan) We did our initial coverage of the new Db2 Mirror for the IBM i operating system’s integrated database two weeks ago, and now it is time to dig in a little deeper.
(Henrik Loeser) This Friday in Munich, I gave a talk about the new native JSON functions in Db2 at the German Db2 user group (DeDUG) meeting.
(Rodolfo Custodio) For years, Data Science has been a highlight for technology professionals and a very promising career path, but even if you are not a Data Scientist, you can apply data science in your daily job to make your life easier and even create new way of work.
(Ute Baumbach and Frank Neumann) IBM Db2 Analytics Accelerator is a workload optimized appliance add-on to IBM DB2 for IBM z/OS that enables the integration of analytic insights into operational processes to drive business critical analytics and exceptional business value.
(Robert Catterall) Here is an interesting story for you: not long ago, an analytics-type query was executed on a Db2 for z/OS system that had recently been migrated to Db2 12. The query was cancelled after it had run for 23 hours.
(Jim Pickel and Paul McWilliams) In Db2 12, APAR PH08482 simplifies the process of activating new function levels without impacting existing JDBC, CLI, and .net applications, and it possibly reduces the coordination effort required between Db2 administrators and application programmers, for activati
(Martin) 97% of our studio audience learned something!Jeff gave a summary of some of the latest news and deliveries from Db2 for z/OS development.
(Sridhar Pratik Shanmugam) Db2 for z/OS is constantly providing information on the usage of our objects from the real-time statistics data and for the last few years DBAs have leveraged that information in all sort of ways through in-house applications and full products.
(Ember Crooks) I learn something new every day. The times I’m most surprised about what I learn is when it happens to be something pretty fundamental about how Db2 uses resources.