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    Triton Consulting - Thoughts on DB2

    Triton Consulting are IBM Premier Business Partners and experts in DB2.  Their blog covers a range of DB2-related topics, both DB2 for z/OS and LUW.  It aims to bring together a range of technical tips, best practice, news and views on everything DB2.

    Note: The content of this blog is the opinion and thoughts of the blogger and does not necessarily represent the opinions of IDUG.

     

     
    Happy 50th Birthday Mainframe!To celebrate Mainframe's 50th birthday some of our Triton Consultants share their favourite mainframe stories: My first contact with the mainframe was as a lowly graduate Trainee Programmer at a large chocolate manufacturer. All programs were stored on punch cards; partly ... Continue reading ->
    IT cost reduction & optimisation top the priority list for Mainframe customersIn their recent Mainframe study, BMC Software asked Mainframe customers what their top 4 IT priorities were. Cost reduction and optimisation came out at the top with 85% of respondents citing Cost reduction as one of their key priorities. The ... Continue reading ->
    Triton customer CPA Global talk about why Consultancy on Demand worksCPA Global is the world's top intellectual property (IP) management and IP software specialist, and a leading provider of outsourced legal services. With offices across Europe, the United States and Asia Pacific, CPA Global supports many of the world's best ... Continue reading ->
    Great NEW event from IDUG in the UK – Technical Seminar London 2014IDUG and IBM have announced a free one day technical seminar in London this April. This is a really special event which will have two of IBM's top Distinguished Engineers; John Campbell from the Silicon Valley Lab and Namik Hrle ... Continue reading ->
    Are you currently experiencing issues with DB2 database management and resourcing?Find out how organisations like yours are managing these issues. Whether you have a small in-house team or are struggling to find DB2 resources, RemoteDBA can provide DB2 support and management around the clock, wherever you are in the world. ... Continue reading ->
    Mainframe customers who have outsourced their IT infrastructure could be missing out on cost saving opportunitiesIf you are a large organisation running IBM Mainframe you could be paying too much for your enterprise software. Most Mainframe software charges are based on peak CPU usage, so whatever your peak in a given month is what you ... Continue reading ->
    Database Reliability and Deployment Trends Survey 2013IBM DB2 customers are among the most satisfied in the industry A recent survey by ITIC -- http://itic-corp.com/ has highlighted DB2 as providing the highest reliability and customer satisfaction ratings for product performance, security, technical service and support and the ... Continue reading ->
    Seeking DB2 Stars for DB2′s Got TalentTriton Consulting are thrilled to see the return of DB2′s Got Talent. This competition has really grown in popularity since its inception by our partners DBI Software in 2011. It's a great way for the DB2 community to share knowledge and ... Continue reading ->
    Database Support In the Public SectorIn recent years the Public Sector has faced difficult choices when it comes to cost management. The IT budget, along with everything else, has been under pressure and IT departments across the country have had to reduce costs and headcount. ... Continue reading ->
    DB2 11 for z/OS – Easing Upgrade AnxietyFriday 6th December Join Julian Stuhler of Triton Consulting for the DB2Night Show this week where he will be helping to take the anxiety out of your next DB2 for z/OS upgrade. Despite compelling business benefits to upgrade to new ... Continue reading ->

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