As we enter another New Year, many people reflect on the year that has passed and formulate some New Year Resolutions I’ve gathered together some of their resolutions into this article hoping that many of those in the IDUG DB2 community will also take these things to heart.
With the current interest in DevOps, a renewed focus on streamlining database change and integrating it with associated application change has been evident in recent times.In this paper we will look at one part of the overall topic of agile database development – the concept of database refactoring.
It's that time of the year again when our thoughts turn to gifts we'd like to receive. Laying aside the usual contributions of socks or sweaters with pictures of reindeer, the IDUG volunteers turned their mind to what they'd like from "The DB2 Santa Claus"
The modern enterprise data warehouse needs to be a heterogeneous mix of integrated software to handle a wide variety of data sources both structured, semi-structured and unstructured. The combination of DB2 with Hadoop is one approach that meets the needs for this diverse set of data.
Some of the IDUG Content Committee share the items on their DB2 Christmas wish list