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More on Microservice Architectures and Performance

In last week's article, I wrote a little about microservice architectures and how that trend can impact performance. Now, I want to dive a bit deeper into an example where an application design that used to be efficient can become overly expensive. Code/Reference Tables I'm sure every one...

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Microservice Architectures and Performance Models

Microservice architectures are trending. We need to consider how this impacts the performance of our applications and the databases we build to support them. What is a Microservice? Over the past decade or so, the Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) has been one of the prevalent application...

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DB2 for z/OS NoSQL Support Update: REST and JSON

DB2 for z/OS NoSQL Support Update: REST and JSON Daniel Luksetich, DanL Database consulting danl@db2expert.com The DB2 landscape is changing quickly, and sometimes things can quietly sneak in before you even realize it. Maybe you have heard IBMers talking about JSON support in DB2,...



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How to improve Java ORM SQL Performance on DB2 for z/OS

Introduction For the past 30 years, our focus as DB2 for z/OS database administrators has been on the support of COBOL programs with static queries that were relatively easy to control as they were identical throughout the business logic. Static SQL provided persisted access paths in the...


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DB2 Stored Procedures Update (C14)

DATE: 2008-05-22 (10:30 AM - 11:30 AM) SPEAKERS: Nogi Simanjuntak (IBM) Today's enterprise architectures often includes stored procedures. This presentation addresses the currrent hot topics in developing and managing stored procedures in DB2 for z/OS: how to avoid common problems, performance...

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MMIM: A Case Study in Heterogeneous Data Integration (D13)

DATE: 2008-05-22 (08:00 AM - 09:00 AM) SPEAKERS: Naomi Rafael (MMIM Project, Research Directorate, Melbourne Health) Metadata management is the key to effective integration, presentation and use of heterogeneous data. The Molecular Medicine Informatics Model (MMIM) Project in Melbourne,...

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