Db2 recently simplified its editions structure to make the path from prototype to production deployment easier. All editions of Db2 V11.5 use the same code base, from the freely downloaded Db2 Community edition to the Db2 Standard and Advanced editions.
In 2007, Db2 Version 9 introduced decimal floating point (DECFLOAT) as a new SQL data type. Since then, the storage and data manipulation of DECFLOAT(16) and DECFLOAT(34) data types have been supported. But what about DECFLOAT performance? And performance improvements of this datatype?