Db2 V11.1 was released in June 2016, with many new features which have already been covered by IDUG in a number of articles and recordings. This article looks at what has been added to Db2 since General Availability
DB2 12 introduces a number of new SQL and SQL PL related enhancements. In the first of this two-part article, we will discuss the new DELETE syntax that enables customers to delete large numbers of rows from a table without severely impacting the system.
A significant step forward in this regard is the introduction in DB2 12 for z/OS of a major new feature called “PBR RPN” which transforms the management of range-partitioned table spaces. But what really is PBR RPN and why should it matter to me?
DB2 12 is classified as an in-memory data base by Gartner. It is not just a simple in-memory data base but a very smart one. In this paper, we explain one of the most innovative in memory optimizations in DB2 12.