Ever since IBM introduced DB2/2 for its OS/2 operating system back in 1987, the DB2 community has been divided into two camps: those that mainly use DB2 for z/OS on IBM’s high-end System z mainframes, and those that spend most of their time using DB2 for Linux, UNIX and Windows...
SQL is much more than a data access language. It is a full-fledged programming language. This means that any business or scientific question can be answered using SQL. There are no longer limits to the capabilities of the SQL language.
The Basics of Achieving High Performance with DB2 This month, IDUG’s topic of discussion will be “Performance.” This is an extremely wide topic that has the attention of many of us in our daily activities.
It is rare that Information Management topics become discussion points in the mainstream media; however, Big Data is a popular topic that has even made it onto BBC's “Start the Week” discussion program on BBC Radio 4: right at the heart of the establishment.