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The Data Tech Summit at the IDUG EMEA Db2 Tech Conference in Malta

Author: Eberhard Hechler The IDUG Db2 Tech Conference is not only about Db2 anymore. In the past, the scope was limited to pure Db2-related in-depth functions and features for DBAs and application programmers, such as tips and tricks on Db2 performance optimization, understanding Db2 logging,...

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Db2 and GDPR

Data Architecture is not only related to the mere constellation of technical components that should work together. A data architecture should also reply to the needs of an end user and eventually establish an information architecture that is not only fit for use, but also fit for purpose. ...

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5 Things to Know about Avoiding a Data Swamp with a Data Lake

It is estimated that a staggering 70% of the time spent on analytic projects is concerned with identifying, cleansing, and integrating data. To rectify this situation many organizations are considering a data lake solution. A data lake contains data from various sources. However, without...

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The 5 Ws of Database Encryption

Sadly, data breaches have become an all too common occurrence, and have the potential to cost you millions of dollars. This presentation will cover the “Five Ws” of keeping your DB2 data safe with encryption: Why encrypt your database? Where should you encrypt your data? Who is responsible for...

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New IDUG Tech Talk - DB2 for z/OS Disaster Recovery for the Rest of Us

Join Judy Ruby-Brown as she gives a thorough overview of system level backup and using FlashCopy for disaster recovery as provided by various vendors. This presentation is quite thorough but yet very easy to understand, even for a beginner. Judy explains the types of services that need to be...