This month’s third article is by John Maenpaa. John provides us with the overview of a real life project. The choice was between JSON, XML and traditional relation structure, in order to store complex forms. John talks about measurements and considerations. This article is a must read.
What are some of the things you need to learn, and what things do you need to do to learn them? What follows is my list of the tools, techniques and process of building your DB2 expertise.
This article sheds a little light on the inner workings of dynamic workload balancing of distributed connections, and how this can benefit the performance, scalability and availability of your DB2 for z/OS solutions.
Check out this article by Billy Sundarrajan that will introduce you to the IBM DB2 Analytics Accelerator Studio. This graphical user interface (GUI) is used for the administration of IBM DB2 Analytics Accelerator for z/OS. It is available as a plug-in for Data Studio v3.2 or v4.1.
IBM Data Studio is a no-charge download that provides lots of functionality for working with DB2 databases on all platforms. This post will help direct you to some resources for finding out more about IBM Data Studio.