Prove your DB2 DBA knowledge! This new study guide for IBM Certification Exams 611 and 311 is designed to help you master all aspects of IBM DB2 database administration and prepare you to become a Certified Database Administrator. Brush up on all the areas covered on the test: DB2 server management, physical design, business rules implementation, activity monitoring, utilities, high availability, security, and connectivity and networking. Includes 400+ practice questions and answers! No other resource gives you this much help preparing for IBM’s DB2 DBA exam.
An old dog can learn new tricks! Flexible Input, Dazzling Output with IBM i is full of clever ways to get data into your IBM i system, as well as new techniques to export and present this data in a modern, business-friendly manner. No more boring spreadsheets or ugly printouts! Your DB2 data will look great in program-generated spreadsheets and browser-based, interactive charts. Whether you’re an old dog or not, you’ll get the most out of your ILE RPG programs with the open source, free tools in this smart new release! Order your copy today!
The Dutch IBM i application lifecycle management solutions vendor, Remain Software, extends its portfolio with a new source compare and merge solution, TD/OMS Fusion Pro. The new software will be available April 2015.
Have you heard? RPG is now fully free-format! This latest edition from RPG expert Jim Martin is your one-stop resource for free-format information. It’s a must-read for all RPG programmers, featuring completely updated code. See the new H, F, D and P specs in action in this easy-to-use reference guide. You’ll learn rules and syntax but also grasp how this modern style of coding can improve your overall productivity--from initial development through maintenance. Get your copy today!
Introduction to Configuring iAccess Servers to use SSL
Due to popular demand, Carol has updated her presentation on configuring iAccess to use SSL sessions to include, not just the step-by-step configuration guidance but also a discussion on the benefits and challenges of using certificates from a well-known CA (Certificate Authority) vs a self-signed certificate as well as practical tips for enterprise implementation.