Just this week a few customers asked me the same question. “Should we back up our indexes?” As tradition warrants it, I answered with “it depends”. The choice to back up your indexes or not, should be a part of your overall recovery strategy.
Whenever a new DB2 version is announced I get asked “Should I be thinking about upgrading?” My answer is always “Yes.” That doesn’t mean that I think you should upgrade your production systems the minute DB2 10 becomes generally available.
It seems like yesterday when we took the wraps of DB2 V9.7 for LUW. I admit it is a kid in the candy store moment every time I get my hands on a newer version of DB2. The new features and enhancements in this new release address the needs of our business, directly improving availability, reliability
Join us for the next DB2 Tech Talk: Technical Tour of DB2 10 and InfoSphere Warehouse 10 – a not to be missed technical tour of the key new features in these products. Date: Thursday, April 26, 2012 Time: 12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. Eastern Time This technical tour will cover powerful new features t
The International DB2 Users Group (IDUG) is pleased to partner with ITGAIN to deliver a free Webcast by long-term IDUG member and former user speaker Norbert Munkel. Sydney-Oct 13 - 0900 to 1000; Chicago-Oct 12 - 1700 to 1800.