Whether you’re considering a bit of spring cleaning on your existing indexes or suiting up for hunting season, the evolutionary improvements in DB2 10.1 and 10.5 provide DBAs with a game-changing set of index management options.
Nearly all DB2 DBAs are familiar with the big, heavy DB2 client - especially if you’ve had the misfortune of having to download the 400+ MB behemoth over a slow Internet connection.
Are you responsible for upgrading to DB2 10, the newest version for LUW? Looking for details about what will and will not change when you upgrade? Attend this IDUG webinar on June 22 to learn about often overlooked, but very important, tips and tricks you should understand before upgrading to DB2 10
Whenever a new DB2 version is announced I get asked “Should I be thinking about upgrading?” My answer is always “Yes.” That doesn’t mean that I think you should upgrade your production systems the minute DB2 10 becomes generally available.
It seems like yesterday when we took the wraps of DB2 V9.7 for LUW. I admit it is a kid in the candy store moment every time I get my hands on a newer version of DB2. The new features and enhancements in this new release address the needs of our business, directly improving availability, reliability