Mark Gillis

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2018
IDUG EMEA Malta 2018 – Day 3

After the usual hair-raising drive from the airport to the Intercontinental Hotel on Sunday, it was time to catch up with some old friends and colleagues. I was lucky enough to bump into an old mate; Tony Poole, who’s Director

2018
Top 5 DB2 Support Nightmares 2018 No. 3

In part 3 of our new series of DB2 Support Nightmares we look at the risks of staying on out of support databases. Sign-up to receive DB2 Support Nightmare updates or download our previous series ‘Top 10 DB2 Support Nightmares and How to

2018
Out of Support Database – A DB2 Support Nightmare!

The set-up   You have a mission critical database that uses DB2 V9.7 or 10.1 (or even earlier! We do have customers still running V8). It’s robust, reliable and gives little cause for concern. Upgrading to a new version is

2018
Top 5 DB2 Support Nightmares 2018 No. 2

In part 2 of our new series of DB2 Support Nightmares we look at the implications of a “Suck it and See” development approach. This could be strongly related to the Support Nightmare #1, but not necessarily always. Sign-up to receive DB2

2018
Finding the access path for Columnar queries #3

In the first blog in this series ( Finding the access path for Columnar queries ) I was griping about not being able to see any detail in the explain plans for what DB2 is doing when you see a

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