Countdown Begins for DB2 v10.5 Support
End of Support Announced Did you know the End of Support (EOS) date for DB2 v10.5 on Linux, UNIX and Windows platforms has been announced as 30th April 2020? After this date IBM will only provide the full defect and
HADR and Shadow tables – a good match, but with some considerations!
When DB2 BLU columnar architecture was introduced in DB2 10.5 GA, it was not possible to create a columnar table in a database which is the primary database in an actively connected HADR pair. This prevented a true DR solution.
DB2 10.5 “Cancun” Experiences: Iqbal Returns to the DB2Night Show
Triton’s very own Iqbal Goralwalla, Head of DB2 Midrange and Managed Services, will be presenting once again on DBI's DB2Night Show. Iqbal will share early experiences in using DB2 10.5 FP4 "Cancun". This will include the use of Shadow tables
OLTP and BI mixed workloads – a merry coexistence in DB2 10.5 “Cancun Release”
If you have been using DB2 10.5 with a mix of row and column based tables in the same database you may have experienced slowdown in some of your OLTP queries accessing your row based tables after implementing column based
pureScale ‘lite’ – just ‘rite’ for many customers!
I recently wrote about the new Shadow tables feature in the DB2 10.5 “Cancun Release” and how it is so relevant to customers I have been working with who need to report directly on their transactional DB2 systems (http://bit.ly/shadow_tables).