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You are preparing to leave Friday afternoon, maybe a little early to beat traffic to the cottage. You do one last health check on your cluster, and...

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IDUG is excited to make our way to Valencia for the 2024 EMEA Db2 Tech Conference (EMEA24)! This event will be held from Monday, 28 October, to...

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  Issue II | March/April 2024   IDUG...

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Can Db2 for z/OS be configured to be secure and compliant? Yes. Db2 can be configured to be secure and compliant by leveraging the various security...

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Logical Schema Backup and Restore for Columnar Tables: Part 2 – Troubleshooting Logical Backup and Restore operations This article is Part 2 of a...

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Can Db2 be hacked? Yes, sure it can. This answer could conclude the article, but as always, there is more. Yes, Db2 can be hacked, but if not...

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Encryption of “Data on the Wire” with TLS (Tranport Layer Security), formerly known as SSL, is more and more mandatory, also in the Db2 for LUW and...

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In Chapter 2 of this series, Gerry addressed the following frequently asked question, "Can I make custom configuration changes to the Db2 Pacemaker...

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  IDUG Nears Completion of Tech Stack Transition Here Come New...

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Join IDUG in Charlotte this Summer!

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Before you migrate to any new Db2 release such as Db2 13 you usually do a migration readiness planning. Part of this planning is running the...

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I joined IBM shortly after I graduated from the University of North Texas back in 2019. I was full of excitement and eager to embark on my first...

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