IDUG Db2 News

 The New IDUG Website Is Coming Soon

The IDUG team has been busy preparing for the launch of our new website, which will go live next week.
We're excited to introduce a new platform with better functionality and more opportunities to engage.

Please note that due to the migration, any new forum posts between now and the launch of the new website may be lost.
We'll be in touch soon with more info on the new platform and a tutorial for all the new features




 IDUG EMEA 2020 Registration is Open!

Mark your calendars for November 16 - 19.

Check out the event page for more information. 




IDUG North America Virtual 2021 

Call for Presentations is Open! 

Details on the virtual event soon to come. 

Submit your presentation today!

Why IDUG?

IDUG is the foremost independent, user-driven community that provides a direct channel to thousands of professional Db2 users across the globe:

  • Gain access to influential decision makers representing significant install bases.
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  • Engage with current and potential customers looking to learn about Db2 and related technologies to improve business performance.
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President's Blog

Hear the latest news, thoughts and information from the President of IDUG, and join the discussion!  Visit the blog

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By: Brian Laube | Sep 9