In most traditional migrations towards a new environment, one will most probably come up with the most current ideas to get the job down, but what about migrating a multi-terabyte sized database with a minimal down time?
Last month I shared a few lessons I learned during my time volunteering with IDUG. Although I could fill a book with all the things I've learned as a volunteer, I'll highlight just a few more takeaways that I think could benefit everyone interested in volunteering with IDUG.
The announcement of the new board of directors slate in the IDUG monthly newsletter reminds me that my presidential term is almost over.
It's overwhelming to even try to grasp all the things IDUG brought to my life over the years. I cannot imagine what the past 14 years would have looked like...
Sometimes, a database must be migrated to a new physical home. In this article, James Sobieski discusses these migrations and some techniques and tools available to migrate databases and, in the process, change any number of aspects. It also presents a case study from a successful complex migration.
In this month with focus on "legacy migration" we last week focussed on the interaction between new technologies and DB2.This week we'll put the focus on migrating to a new release of DB2, both and z/OS and LUW. The first article deals with rebinding after migrating on DB2 for z/OS.