(Robert Catterall) In a Db2 for z/OS context, RACF (the IBM security management subsystem for z/OS systems) can serve two important purposes, providing security for a Db2 environment in an external and an internal sense.
(Morgan Patou) In the scope of an upgrade project, with some colleagues, we have been deploying some D2-REST applications on Kubernetes pods using WebLogic Server.
(Jack Vamvas) Question: I need to report on the sum of disk allocated for Linux directories dedicated to DB2 LUW directories
(Joe Pluta) As business programmers, we spend most of our time working with the database, one way or another. Unless we’re lucky enough to be in on the ground floor of a new installation of a modern package, chances are that database will require modifications to support changing business requiremen
(Javier Estrada Benavides) Anomaly detection is perhaps one of the hottest sub-topics in Analytics and Data Science. There are many ways to begin with these fields of study, and one of the first steps that both disciplines have in common is to know your data, and we can’t stress it enough.
(Scott Vetter, Jean-Luc Bonhommet and Ingo Dimmer) IBM Db2 Mirror for i provides a new solution for continuous availability for an IBM i environment based on an active-active clustering design that uses a low-latency communication protocol for synchronous database replication.
(Deepthi Nagarajan) All industries—from healthcare to retail to banking—are digitally transforming themselves every day to become more agile and stay competitive. However, all industries depend on data to be successful, and this impacts the way enterprises plan and execute their operations.
(Martin) 100% of our studio audience learned something!George gave a great tutorial to get users familiar with using Jupyter notebooks for learning and managing Db2.
(Mark Gillis) The previous blog (Behind the scenes with Foreign Keys part 1) was looking at the impact on your data of switching Foreign Keys (FKs) off and how to clean up the ensuing orphan data. I’m going to move on now to what can happen to your access paths regardless of any data manipulation.
(Brian Laube) Recent releases of Db2 have introduced new SQL functionality that improves the functionality and productivity of application developers. But the DBA can also take advantage of some of the “new” Db2 SQL to improve their own productivity.