The month of September was focused on Data Encryption, where we posted the following articles:
Jim Dee covered Transparent Data Encryption, where he described what it means, what components play the key roles, differences between Db2 11 and Db2v12 with Function Level 502 and the introduction of the statement KEYLABEL.
Gayathiri Chandran described the full process for enabling data set encryption on Db2. Steps required, how SMS enables encryption, how you can turn Db2 objects into encrypted Db2 objects by the use of utilities and considerations of doing so. Additionally, she covered the new built in functions that will interact with your encrypted data
For the month of September, the following conference session recordings were posted to the IDUG Premium Content blog:
A Deep Dive into Database Encryption Performance by Thomas Hubbard.
Landing on the Hudson: Master Db2 through Simulated Db2 crashes by Larry Sokoloski.
Access Path Stability on DB2 for z/OS - Best Practices by David Simpson.
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