(Henrik Loeser) Before you head out to the weekend I wanted to point you to a new cloud security tutorial. If you read this at the beginning of your week: What a great start… 😉
(Joe Pluta) If you’ve been following my recent articles, you probably noticed I’ve been bouncing back and forth between RPG programming and SQL programming.
In part 2 of our new series of DB2 Support Nightmares we look at the implications of a “Suck it and See” development approach.
(Giri Badanahatti, Aaron Thomas Binford, Charlie Crawford, Daniel Fitzgerald, Vasfi Gucer, Wesley Leggette, Mrudula Madiraju, Daniel Pittner, and Joeri Van Speybroek) This IBM Redpaper publication presents a series of tutorials for cloud native developers just getting started with IBM Cloud™ and IBM
(Lockwood Lyon) Db2 Version 12, the latest version of IBM’s flagship database management system for the z/OS hardware platform, includes many new and improved features specifically aimed at improving application performance.
(Craig S. Mullins) No, the mainframe is not dead… far from it. And BMC Software continues to be there with innovative tools to help you manage, optimize, and deploy your mainframe applications and systems.
(David Shirey) In the past months, we’ve looked at Watson’s Natural Language APIs. If you’re totally clear on what the three Natural Language APIs do, then you can skip this article.
(Paul Tuohy) Constraints have been around for a long time but apparently have not quite made it into every programmer’s tool kit.
(Samantha Buhler, Guanjun Cai, John Goodyear, Edrian Irizarry, Nora Kissari, Zhuo Ling, Nicholas Marion, Aleksandr Petrov, Junfei Shen, Wanting Wang, He Sheng Yang, Dai Yi, Xavier Yuen, and Hao Zhang) The exponential growth in data over the last decade coupled with a drastic drop in cost of storage
(Ryan Smith) Most of us are aware of how financial institutions, airlines and insurance companies worldwide use Db2 to bring their customers consistently fast, reliable, secure access to their data.