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Exploiting Amazon S3 with DB2 for LUW

It is pretty obvious to even the most casual observers of the IT landscape that there is a big focus on “cloud computing”, which is defined on the IBM website as “the delivery of on-demand computing resources—everything from applications to data centers—over the Internet on a pay-for-use basis”....

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IBM Introduces dashDB for Transactions with High Availability, Leverages DB2 v11 Updates

IBM dashDB for Transactions is a cloud database that fully supports all DB2 LUW drivers and is optimized for transactions and web workloads. There’s good news from the IBM lab: IBM dashDB for Transactions now offers high availability plans, and offers “pay per use” plans that are billed by-the...


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IBM Cloud Data Services Introduces IBM DB2 on Cloud

IBM Cloud Data Services Introduces Infrastructure Flexibility with On-Premises Accessibility with IBM DB2 on Cloud, a Scalable Multi-Workload Relational Database The IBM Cloud Data Services team is happy to announce the introduction of IBM DB2 on Cloud, a hosted version of IBM’s famous multi...


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DB2 to the Cloud: A Case Study

Let me introduce you to the infrastructure of a project I've been working on recently: My development team is scattered over three continents My project e-mail is at Gmail Our project documents are at Dropbox Our source code repositories are at Bitbucket Our infrastructure...

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