DB2 Analytics Accelerator V5.1 is available now.
Version 5.1 of DB2 Analytics Accelerator opens up a new dimension of analytical processing by introducing accelerator-only tables and in-database analytics.
“As time goes by…..” DB2 for z/OS continues to enhance support for temporal data. The functionality has been extended several times. The subject of this article is one of the temporal extensions, the temporal special registers, introduced in DB2 11 for z/OS.
The third episode of our series deals with distributed access to DB2 for z/OS. In order to answer the questions from this section, you should be familiar with JDBC, ODBC, .NET and you should understand how to configure them and how to connect to DB2 using these technologies.
During his involvement with a large compliance project the presenter, as well as designing a reasonable sized enhancement to the largest database in the shop, had to expand his knowledge and dip into the rich set of features available to provide the overall database solution utilised in terms of DB2
This week we continue our theme of improving application performance by reducing the number of calls to DB2. In addition to using DB2 techniques, we look at programs that retrieve more data than they really need, retrieve data sooner than it is needed, and retrieve the same data multiple times.