One of the best aspects of the IDUG user community is our willingness to share knowledge. From a technical perspective, our common commitment to contributing valuable tips has served us well. But, until recently, the implementation effort to securely protect our z/OS databases and our LUW databases
recently returned from the IDUG DB2 Tech Conference in Melbourne, Australia. This was the first time I had been to Australia, so it was a great opportunity to meet the community. The volunteer team, led by Anna Brodie, did a fantastic job putting together a great week of DB2 technical training and
DB2 10 introduces new design choices to meet your enterprise application and governance needs. IBM are running a DB2 10 for z/OS Migration Planning Workshop to assist customers in the planning and executing of the migration to DB2 10, from either DB2 v8 or DB2 9.
It is an exciting time at IDUG. We are proud to announce the launch of our new Web site and several other new ways for you to participate though IDUG!