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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.


    Top Five Reasons For Choosing Remote Database Support – Insecure Future#5 Insecure Future Over the last five months we have looked at the top five reasons why customers choose to engage with an external organisation to provide database support services as part of their overall IT infrastructure planning. An "insecure future" may ... Continue reading ->
    Six Reasons to Love DBI Software’s pureFeat™ V6.1 Performance Management SuiteOur partners at DBI software have recently announced the release of the pureFeatTM V6.1 Performance Suite for IBM DB2 LUW. This tool makes it faster and easier than ever to fight the right fires fast. We think there are six ... Continue reading ->
    Tuning zIIPs for Fun and Profit with Julian StuhlerIf you were unable to attend IDUG EMEA in Prague this year you have another chance to learn from Julian's presentation on "Tuning zIIPs for Fun and Profit". Julian will be appearing on the DB2Night Show on Friday 5th December. ... Continue reading ->
    Top Five Reasons For Choosing Remote Database Support – Lack of Skills In-House#4 Lack of skills in-house In the fourth instalment of our "Top Five Reasons for Choosing Remote Database Support" blog series we look at DBA skills. We work with organisations who do not have any DB2 skills in-house and organisations ... Continue reading ->
    IDUG EMEA 2014 – Rogues GalleryFirstly, we would like to say a big thanks to all those involved in organising IDUG EMEA 2014 in Prague; to all the hardworking committee members, speakers and of course to all the attendees for making it such a great ... Continue reading ->
    IDUG EMEA 2014 – Day 4I'm sat in the departure lounge, steadying my nerves after the taxi ride across town. My driver had that fluid yet aggressive style of driving common to city taxi drivers across the globe, coupled with a fondness for Phil Collins ... Continue reading ->
    IDUG EMEA 2014 – Day 3This is my first attendance at an IDUG Technical conference. I have been reading and hearing a lot about IDUG over the years, but I have never had the opportunity to attend. I did however have some idea on the ... Continue reading ->
    IDUG EMEA 2014 – Day 2The sun has been shining and the weather mild so far in Prague for IDUG EMEA 2014. (Who says the British only talk about the weather?) However last time I was in Prague the temperature was -20C and I was ... Continue reading ->
    IDUG EMEA 2014 – Day 1So, that's another IDUG EMEA conference opening day in the history books -- my 16th since I attended my first conference in Barcelona back in 1997. I actually arrived in Prague yesterday morning after a VERY early flight from the ... Continue reading ->
    Managing Mainframe Costs in the Financial Services SectorOver the past 25 years of working with Mainframes, one aspect has proved to be a constant challenge -- Mainframe pricing. Mainframe software charges are usually based on peak usage. Whatever an organisations' peak workload in a given month is ... Continue reading ->

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