Writing this entry on Christmas Eve, it seems appropriate to take a look back at the year. Yet it feels strange to do so as I am half way through my term as IDUG President and will be writing my May entry looking back at my year as President as well.
I always get excited as we approach IDUG conferences. The 2011 IDUG DB2 Tech Conference in Prague, Czech Republic is no different. I have attended numerous IDUG conferences already, so why do I still get excited? There are two major reasons for this.
One of the best aspects of the IDUG user community is our willingness to share knowledge. From a technical perspective, our common commitment to contributing valuable tips has served us well. But, until recently, the implementation effort to securely protect our z/OS databases and our LUW databases
recently returned from the IDUG DB2 Tech Conference in Melbourne, Australia. This was the first time I had been to Australia, so it was a great opportunity to meet the community. The volunteer team, led by Anna Brodie, did a fantastic job putting together a great week of DB2 technical training and
DB2 10 introduces new design choices to meet your enterprise application and governance needs. IBM are running a DB2 10 for z/OS Migration Planning Workshop to assist customers in the planning and executing of the migration to DB2 10, from either DB2 v8 or DB2 9.