Many of us are familiar with the ability to call a DB2 for z/OS service via REST API and z/OS Connect. While this seams highly attractive, many DB2 professionals are a bit uncomfortable with including an additional product, z/OS Connect, in the mix. In addition to that, the DB2 Adaptor for z/OS Con
Applications around Mobile devices are becoming increasingly important in large enterprises with requirement of storing JSON in database. This presentation will illustrate the JSON storage model and SQL APIs to manipulate JSON data. Tips and pitfalls will be shared to ensure a successful JSON soluti
DB2 for z/OS is no longer about the traditional relational structured data only. The evolution brought us not only binary objects, or XML and JSON, but also other non-structured data living in a distributed file system such as HDFS.
The DB2 landscape is changing quickly, and sometimes things can quietly sneak in before you even realize it. Maybe you have heard IBMers talking about JSON support in DB2, but have you heard about the mobile DB2 access and DB2 RESTful API that is now available for DB2 for z/OS?
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.