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Planet DB2

planetDB2 is an aggregator of blogs about the IBM DB2 database server

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Six Reasons to Review your Database Availability – Part 6 Marketing and PR CostsFrom working with many customers to help keep their critical databases up and running we have come up with the top 6 reasons for putting Database Availability at the top of your priority list. In... ...
Db2 SQL Basics: The Column ListLearning SQL can feel intimidating, even to some experienced DB2 DBAs. For years, you could administer Db2 without using SQL. There are a lot of developers, too who want to learn SQL. The... ...
My Thoughts on ThinkLast week I had the great pleasure of attending the IBM Think 2019 conference in San Francisco. There were many great sessions and content covering my interest areas, including AI, machine learning,... ...
Db2Night Show #z94: Data Masking for Db2 on z/OSPresented by: Kai StrohUBS Hainer "The DB2Night Show #Z94: Data Masking for Db2 on z/OS" Replays available in WMV and M4V formats!100% of our studio audience learned something!Kai... ...
Baltimore/Washington Db2 Users Group March Education SessionThe Baltimore/Washington Db2 Users Group will be holding our annual education session on Wednesday, March 20, 2019, at the BWI Hilton.  Please note the date is the third Wednesday in March, not... ...
Db2 SQL Basics: The Most Basic Select StatementLearning SQL can feel intimidating, even to some experienced DB2 DBAs. For years, you could administer Db2 without using SQL. There are a lot of developers, too who want to learn SQL. The... ...
Countdown Begins for DB2 v10.5 SupportEnd of Support Announced Did you know the End of Support (EOS) date for DB2 v10.5 on Linux, UNIX and Windows platforms has been announced as 30th April 2020?  After this date IBM will only provide... ...
How to fix DB2 TSA resource FAILED OFFLINE and MEMBERINPROBLEMSTATEQuestion: During a change on a server , I had to do a TSA failover as part of testing . For various reasons - outside of TSA - the failover failed. Using lssam - one of the resources - ended up in... ...
Startup lessons from a Fuckup NightLast Wednesday, I attended the Fuckup Night Friedrichshafen Vol. II. If you don't know, Fuckup Nights is a global movement and event series dedicated to professional failures. That is,... ...
IBM Replication 2019 New Features Webinar #IBMAnalytics #IBMzThanks to my colleagues, Kim May and Ed Lynch, for a terrific IBM InfoSphere Data Replication (IIDR) new features webinar delivered today.  The recording of the webinar is found here.    These... ...