July Content Recap

During the month of July, we covered:

Steve Cricchi covered the some basics of IBM’s Db2 Analytics Accelerator and how well it performed in his article Meet “the Crusher” - or how we learned to love query acceleration (https://www.idug.org/p/bl/ar/blogaid=879).

Xiaohong Fu and Xiao Bo Wang covered some details of using DECFLOAT in Db2 for z/OS in their article Early stage predicate evaluation with DECFLOAT and implicit casts (https://www.idug.org/p/bl/ar/blogaid=883).

Akiko Hoshikawa told us how to reduce transaction latency using zHyperLink in her article Lightning Fast I/O via zHyperLink and Db2 for z/OS Exploitation (https://www.idug.org/p/bl/ar/blogaid=889).

Premium Content

For the month of July, the following conference sessions from IDUG EMEA 2018 were posted to the IDUG Premium Content blog:

- Some Iterations Over Recursion by Michael Tiefenbacher
- Cloudy with a Chance of DevOps – A Survival Guide by Julian Stuhler
- HADR Multiple Standbys - One Feature to Protect you Near and Far by Dale McInnis
- Tips on Identifying Potential Hot Spots Towards Improving Warehouse Performance by Calisto Zuzarte
- The 5 Things We Learned After 5 Years of IBM Db2 Accelerator Usage by Thomas Baumann

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