Triton Consulting Confirmed as Speakers at the UKGSE Conference 2011
UKGSE have announced details of the annual UKGSE Conference, taking place on 1st-2nd November. Triton Consulting are delighted to confirm that they have been selected to run a session on DB2 10 for z/OS.
October 10th, 2011
Triton Consulting will be running a session at 9am on Wednesday 2nd November called "Time Travelling with DB2 10". During this session, Julian Stuher - IBM Data Champion, IBM Gold Consultant and Director from Triton Consulting will provide an overview of one of the most exciting new features in DB2 10 - Temporal Data.Most IT systems need to keep historical as well as current information. Previously, these kinds of requirements would have involved the DBA and application developers spending valuable time creating and testing the code and associated database design to support the historical perspective, while minimizing any performance impact....
Announcing Migration Month
October 5th, 2011
November is officially Migration Month!...
Press Coverage - Vision - Peak Power
Handling fluctuations in demand and delivering a round-the-clock service just got easier.
September 26th, 2011
Over the last few years, the retail sector has seen a shift to online trading away from the High Street. According to the Office for National Statistics, non-store sales (primarily online) grew in volume by 24.4 percent between June 2010 and June 2011, with internet sales now accounting for one in 10 retail transactions. With this trend has come the need for round-the-clock availability, so that customers anywhere in the world can access services and shop online. ...
Press Coverage - Vision - Supporting the Support Team
How can you get 24-hour expert IT support without blowing the budget?
September 26th, 2011
Keeping those vital back-end IT systems functioning 24/7 is a must for most organisations. No one notices when things are running smoothly and support teams are working around the clock, but as soon as there is an outage of any sort, it doesn't take long before staff get frustrated and the IT department gets a migraine....