The DB2 BLU Engine, which introduced column-organized tables, was released with DB2 10.5 and greatly enhanced in 10.5 Fixpack 4. DB2 11.1 introduces BLU MPP – support for BLU tables within a DPF environment. This greatly increases the scalability of a BLU system.
DB2 has several new Cloud offerings. With DB2, you can get support for OLTP or Analytics. The database can be hosted or fully managed. This presentation by Kelly Schlamb at the 2015 IDUG Tech Conference in Australia details the three products, their differences and the use cases for each.
Question: I found this document in which you tested the integration between the DB2 Workload Management and Microstrategy, is there any update about how to do this with DB2 BLU?
IBM has introduced the concept of shadow tables in DB2 10.5 Fixpack 4 (also known as the “Cancun Release”) to avoid separate OLTP and OLAP databases and to improve analytic query performance in a single OLTP database without using much tu
The BLU Acceleration Technology introduced in DB2 10.5 brings with it a host of new monitoring considerations and metrics. This session will introduce you to the new monitoring capabilities that support BLU Acceleration and through practical examples will show you how you can leverage these in your