Expert DB2 Consultancy Launches New Database Availability Service
January 20th, 2015

As part of a strategic update of their DB2 Consultancy service offerings Triton Consulting are today announcing the launch of their new Database Availability for DB2 LUW service. Long known for their expertise in DB2, Triton Consulting have been providing expert DB2 consultancy and related services since 1996. The launch of this new service brings together all of Triton's experience with DB2 and availability into a complete package which will enable organisations to ensure business resiliency and stability for their IT systems....

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Triton's Consultancy on Demand Service Proves Popular with Customers
October 30th, 2014

We are delighted to announce that another new customer has signed up for our popular Consultancy on Demand (CoD) service. Vetasi are IBM Maximo specialists working with customers throughout Europe and Africa and have engaged Triton to provide DB2 Consultancy on Demand services. DB2 now comes bundled with Maximo and so Maximo customers with no inhouse DB2 skills will benefit from having access to DB2 expertise when they need it. Consultancy on Demand is a specially designed service to enable organisations to take advantage of access to top DB2 talent when they need it. Customers are able to choose from 20, 50 or 100 hours of consultancy and use them on a call-off basis throughout the year. Find out more about Vetasi -  Find out more about Consultancy on Demand


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Camelot Bet on Triton & DBI Software to Identify and Fix Performance Problems
October 23rd, 2014

Triton Consulting have been working with Camelot to help them improve performance monitoring on their new website application....

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IBM Announce DB2 10.5 Cancun Release
September 1st, 2014

IBM have announced the latest release of DB2 for LUW.  DB2 Cancun release is packed with significant BLU advancements, improved OLTP experience, pureScale improvements and Shadow Tables....

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