The latest technical blogs from the Triton team.
Client Experiences: How DB2 Migration Affects Decimal Type Conversion
Recently, I assisted a client migrating their DB2 databases from v9.7 to v11.1. I intentionally say “migrating” and not “upgrading”, even though three major releases were jumped, because the existing databases were located on Z-Linux servers (big endian) and the
Tick Tock, time is running out – what’s your upgrade plan?
Is your organisation currently running DB2 LUW versions 9.7 or 10.1? From 30th September, 2017 both versions will cease to be supported by IBM, that’s less than 6 months away. Now is the time to start focusing on your upgrade
We’re Risk Averse
I’m in danger of sounding like an episode of Grumpy Old Men, but this is another of those expressions that grates a bit for a database support consultant. In my previous blog (If it ain't broke, don't fix it) I
COMPLIMENTARY: DB2 10 for z/OS New Functions and Migration Planning Workshop
Register today and take advantage of the complimentary DB2 10 for z/OS New Functions and Migration Planning Workshop co-presented by Julian Stuhler, IBM Gold Consultant and Mike Bracey, IBM DB2 for z/OS Systems Engineer. The workshop will be held at
Julian Heads Up ‘IDUG DB2 10’ November Webcast
Here at Triton we're thrilled to announce that Julian Stuhler, Solutions Delivery Director and IBM Gold Consultant, will be sharing his DB2 10 upgrade expertise with users during a webcast on November 13th 2012. Entitled 'International DB2 Users Group Shares