Db2 Batch processing has long been considered a mainframe only domain. Many enterprise domain applications require bulk processing of large volumes of data for critical environments. But,what if we could offload some of the batch process handling of mainframe jobs to Linux servers using Java?
In March 2016, IBM introduced a new certification test for DB2 for z/OS - C2090-320 DB2 11 Fundamentals for z/OS. It is an entry level test that opens the door for other more advanced certifications. Let's here go through and review all test sections.
Build DB2 for z/OS native services without Data Studio and z/OS Connect
I’ve spent the last 17 years teaching SQL Performance & Tuning on DB2 for z/OS. I’ve been trying to get SQL developers to think about the predicates they write from DB2’s perspective instead of what makes sense to humans.
Many of us are familiar with the ability to call a DB2 for z/OS service via REST API and z/OS Connect. While this seams highly attractive, many DB2 professionals are a bit uncomfortable with including an additional product, z/OS Connect, in the mix. In addition to that, the DB2 Adaptor for z/OS Con