If you’re like most businesses, you’re in a race for fast, easy access to information. That includes information from multiple databases, like DB2, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, and MySQL.
The white paper, The Race To Access Enterprise Data, describes the goals you need to achieve and the hurdles you’ll face. And, it reveals how quickly and easily SEQUEL can deliver the data you need, in the format you prefer, anywhere.
Faster! Faster! Everybody wants their apps and reports to run faster!
Written by Kent Milligan
All of you have users and bosses who regularly ask if it's possible to make applications and reports run faster on your IBM i. Usually, these applications and reports spend a significant amount of time processing data stored in your DB2 for i databases. This article contains seven DB2 for i performance-tuning tips for speeding up the applications and reports running on your IBM i systems.
DB2 9 Fundamentals Certification Study Guide: Roger E. Sanders—one of the world’s leading DB2 authors and an active participant in the development of IBM’s DB2 certification exams—covers everything a reader needs to know to pass the DB2 9 Fundamentals certification exam (Exam 730) in this new book. Whether you plan on taking the exam or simply need to catch up on the major changes IBM has made with this release, this is the perfect resource. Get your copy today! >> Read More >>
Senior managers expect IT teams to deliver consistent, high-quality data that creates a single view across the business. But with data stored across multiple databases and platforms, where does this single view reside? Attempting to combine all data into one "logical" database presents major data formatting, transformation, and consistency challenges.
Thousands of active Synon, or CA-2E, applications are still under maintenance around the world. The 4GL had a surge in the late '80s and early '90s, but like so many such tools on all platforms, it had its detractors.
In this spring 2011 interview, newly appointed Quadrant Software CEO Steve Woodard describes changes in personnel and management policies following the acquisition of Quadrant by private equity firm Candescent Partners.