When the IDUG team decided to shift its marquee North America event to a virtual platform, it meant reimagining the whole conference experience for attendees, speakers, and vendors. As we changed plans, we kept the IDUG mission at the forefront of our thoughts.
Native macOS client applications require the installation of a Db2 client package. For Java-based applications, you only need the Db2 JDBC JAR files, but those are not packaged separately. In order to support native Java and other applications on macOS, you need the IBM Data Server Driver Package.
This is the first of a series of articles focused on setting up an Apple computer as a development environment for Db2 databases. The plan is to get the environment set up first, then some tools, and finally programming. The first step is installing Db2 using Docker.
Do you have a significant amount of work coming into your Db2 for z/OS subsystems through the Distributed Data Facility?
Data is ever increasing. How are you handling data now and how will you prepare the future? There are distinct considerations when looking to meet performance, project, and compliance objectives.
Transparent Archiving, which was a new feature in Db2 z/OS version 11, allows for the segregation of da