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- generic_text_1: Reap the Business Benefits of DB2 10
- Publisher: MC Press
- ISBN Number: 1583473459
- ISBN-13/EAN: 9781583473450
DB2 10 for z/OS: The Smarter, Faster Way to Upgrade
- John Campbell
- Cristian Molaro
- Surekha Parekh
- Binding: Paperback
- generic_text_3: 112
- Publication date: 2011
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In the current economic climate, businesses are under significant pressure to control costs and increase efficiency to improve their bottom line. DB2 for z/OS customers around the world are still trying to gain competitive advantage by doing more with less: more business insight, more performance, more operational efficiency, more functionality, more productivity with less cost, quicker time to market, and a lower TCO. With support for DB2 Version 8 scheduled to end in April 2012, there has never been a better time to start planning your DB2 10 upgrade.
DB2 10 for z/OS: The Smarter, Faster Way to Uprgrade explores the top 10 reasons to start planning your upgrade today:
- Improved performance with reduced software license costs
- Increased number of concurrent users by a factor of 10
- Reduced contention in database administration
- More administrative capabilities while database is online
- Improved security and auditing
- Ability to maintain "snapshots" of changing data (Temporal Data)
- Improved portability via enhanced SQL
- Enhanced pureXML performance and usability
- Improved productivity for database/systems administrators and application programmers
- Better online transaction processing performance (Hash Access)
John Campbell is an IBM Distinguished Engineer reporting to the Director for z/OS Development at the IBM Silicon Valley Lab.
Cristian Molaro is an independent DB2 specialist and an IBM Gold Consultant focused on DB2 for z/OS administration and performance.
Surekha Parekh is IBM's World-wide Marketing Program Director--DB2 for z/OS.
- generic_text_2: John Campbell is an IBM Distinguished Engineer reporting to the Director for z/OS Development at the IBM Silicon Valley Lab.