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May 21, 2011  3:46 AM

DB2 version 10 – Extended Indicator Variables allows insert and update of subset of columns



Posted by: Sasirekha R
DB2, IBM, performance, reuse, SOA, web 2.0

DB2 version 10 enables insert and update of subset of data enhancing reusability of DB2 functions With the increase in the Web 2.0 applications, there are frequent situations where the application needs to insert or update data...

May 20, 2011  1:39 AM

DB2 version 10 improvements aimed at making DB2 more appropriate in a SOA environment



Posted by: Sasirekha R
Application, DB2, distributed data storage, IBM, Integration, SOA

DB2 version 10 - Improvements related to Application Integration Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) that facilitates code reuse, interoperability, service management and system integrity is becoming a norm in today's IT...


November 10, 2010  3:56 AM

Using DB2 Hash organized tables for improved performance



Posted by: Sasirekha R
DB2, Hash, Hash table, IBM

Using DB2 Hash organized tables for improved performance In DB2 version 10 for z/OS, IBM introduces a new access type called Hash Access and access method called Hash space. This new option of organizing tables using hash improves performance of queries that access individual...


October 27, 2010  7:28 AM

DB2 version 10 provides row versioning and time travelling



Posted by: Sasirekha R
DB2, IBM, row versioning, temporal, time, zOS

DB2 version 10 provides row versioning and time travelling DB2 version 10 for z/OS, recently released, provides features for row versioning and time travel querying. With audit and compliance requirements demanding that the multiple versions...


August 13, 2010  3:51 AM

DB2 in Cloud is worth exploring



Posted by: Sasirekha R
Agility, Amazon, Cloud, Cloud computing, DB2, DB2 in cloud, IBM, reduce costs, Ubuntu, Virtual Appliance

Explore DB2 in Cloud IBM has been driving to improve DB2 utilization in the cloud and a series of announcements including the DB2 virtual appliance shows a trend where we can expect more. To quote IBM, its DB2 view of the Cloud Computing is...


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