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The Digital Technical Engagement pages, a self-service way of learning

Are you looking to improve your skills or learn more about some surrounding softwares. Have a look on the Digital Techincal Engagement pages and discover great information at your own pace. The Digital Technical Engagement pages are designed to give users a self-service way of learning about...

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Introduction to Db2 for z/OS System Profiles

System profiles are available as of Db2 for z/OS version 9, but they are still not widely used and known. However they represent quite a strong Db2 capability that can help you with a variety of needs such as managing and monitoring Db2 connections, modelling production environment, tuning...

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DBI Software pureFeat™ Performance Management Suite for IBM DB2® LUW

Introduction Thank you IDUG for the invitation to contribute an article about DBI Software’s pureFeat™ Performance Management Suite for IBM DB2 LUW. For the past four consecutive years, Database Trends and Applications Magazine (DBTA) has honored DBI pureFeat as one of its Top 100 Trend...

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Learning with DB2 Express-C

Learning with DB2 Express-C When I teach classes, I am frequently asked about ways to learn more about DB2 after the class. The answer is simple: DB2 Express-C, the community edition of DB2. You can continue to learn, experiment and develop queries and applications through this easy to use and...

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Do You Really Need That Extra Copy of the Database?

How many copies of your databases do you have? I’m talking about both how many test databases with test data as well as full copies of your production data. In many shops, developers are well behaved and get along nicely. They share test databases. If they have to have their own data to play...

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Help Learning to use IBM Data Studio

IBM Data Studio is a no-charge download that provides lots of functionality for working with DB2 databases on all platforms. IBM Data Studio is built on the Eclipse IDE and is therefore fairly easy for Java Developers to learn and use since many Java development tools are also built on this...

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