• IBM DB2 relational DBMS overview

    IBM DB2 relational DBMS delivers high availability, strong performance and mission-critical support across multiple platforms.

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  • How to create a SQL Server linked server to DB2

    Many SQL Server environments run DB2 servers, too, and often the two servers must be linked. Here's a step-by-step process that shows how to create a SQL Server linked server using Microsoft's DB2 driver.

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  • Which part of IBM DB2 10 will most benefit your business?

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  • CA sues over mainframe software copyright infringement

    Software giant CA has filed a $200 million lawsuit against Rocket Software, claiming the company stole its source code to build IBM DB2 management software.

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  • Making a virtual operation store out of DB2

    During the last three years, enterprises have sought for the first time to make sense of the phrase, "real-time enterprise." The idea is to create IT infrastructure that enables any member of the organization, at any time, to detect key new events (occurring inside or outside the enterprise) and...

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  • For large mainframe shops, SOA on the upswing

    Slowly but surely, large mainframe shops have turned to service-oriented architecture (SOA) and Web services to access data stuck in DB2 and CICS environments.

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  • Basic DB2 buffering and memory guidelines

    A high-level trip through DB2's memory structures.

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  • The top 10 trends affecting DB2

    In each of the past eight years, commentators have consistently predicted that the database market would shortly become mature, with commodity pricing, few technological advances, and little excitement — and yet important new uses for databases continue to arrive.

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  • Inside the mainframe architecture of IBM Netezza, DB2 BLU Acceleration

    The newest higher-performance mainframes from IBM prove to be cost-effective and advantageous, but may not be ready to function for heavy updates yet.

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  • New IBM DB2 9 for z/OS does XML

    IBM on Tuesday released DB2 9 for z/OS mainframes, now with native support for XML.

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