In DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows and DB2 for z/OS, object privileges convey the right to perform certain actions against specific database objects. Part 1 of this series reviewed DB2's authorization ID, buffer pool, table space, storage group, schema, table, view, and index privileges. Part 2 of this series reviewed DB2's sequence, distinct type, function, procedure, routine, collection, package, and plan privileges. In this article, we conclude our discussion of DB2 object privileges by examining the remaining privileges available to control user interactions with DB2 objects.
Don't miss out! This is the hands-on guide to IBM's strategic language for IBM i. Database Design and SQL for DB2 delivers everything you need to know about database design and SQL. Author Jim Cooper gives you all the tips and techniques you need in one convenient place, whether you’re a beginner or an advanced developer. Includes real-life examples to help you hone your skills. The bonus companion website explains embedded SQL and explores client-side technologies.
Organizations cannot control whether or not they will be affected by a natural disaster, extended power outage or any other unplanned incident. However, they can ensure their business is prepared to respond to and recover from these events with minimal disruption or impact to their customers.
These types of events disrupt business operations, and they all have the potential to cripple a business if a supporting contingency plan is not in place. So what happens after the worst-case scenario becomes a very real disaster situation? Your business is in a crisis. Can you rely on past practices or processes? Common Disaster Recovery framework is a classic risk management mistake that will impact your organization in both reputation and bottom line. The industry is riddled with numerous failed efforts resulting from monolithic Disaster Recovery implementations.
System i Disaster Recovery Planning addresses the special disaster recovery planning issues of IBM i. It is your step-by-step guide to developing an effective, workable plan to protect your company's assets should the unthinkable happen. This title is now available in eBook format.
This is not about getting rid of IT checklists. The power of a good checklist is awesome – but how can we make sure the best procedures are continuously in place and always ready for action if a problem is encountered. The key is to automate manual routines and checklists.
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In this Webinar, based on her just-released e-book on Security Administration, Carol Woodbury, the authority in IBM i Security, discusses the tasks every IBM i Security Administrator should perform. From system values to managing user profiles, administering authorities and handling IFS security issues, Carol provides guidance for automating tasks as well as tips for simplifying them.
The March 2014 disappearance of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 has renewed old concerns about the security of aircraft with embedded systems, such as the Boeing 777. While the exact causes of the plane’s demise have not been determined yet, security experts have taken the opportunity to point out that cyberattacks could exploit the features of advanced airliners and lead to similar incidents in the future.