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Here Comes Informix

Get ready to feel the love as IBM puts Informix in a featured role

April 21, 2010 | by Stuart Litel
Get ready to feel the love as IBM puts Informix in a featured role

Right Data. Right Place. Right Time.

Storage tiering for the DB2 database administrator

April 21, 2010 | by Paul Pendle
Storage tiering for the DB2 database administrator

Why Governance Matters

IBM experts debate the promise and perils of data governance and why data quality should be a top concern

April 21, 2010 | by Merv Adrian
IBM experts debate the promise and perils of data governance and why data quality should be a top concern

Data Pays Dividends

At either end of Europe, IBM Information Champions build financial foundations and data management communities

April 21, 2010 | by Howard Baldwin
At either end of Europe, IBM Information Champions build financial foundations and data management communities

Taking the First Steps Toward Data Quality

The basics of defining a data quality program

April 21, 2010 | by Elizabeth Dial
The basics of defining a data quality program

Changes to the Cursor Stability Isolation Level: Part 2

Understanding Currently Committed behavior

April 21, 2010 | by Roger Sanders, DB2 for LUW Offering Manager, IBM
Understanding Currently Committed behavior

What’s New: DB2 for i 7.1

Adaptive performance tuning and new SQL features give data professionals a smooth ride

April 21, 2010 | by Kent Milligan
Adaptive performance tuning and new SQL features give data professionals a smooth ride

When Data Wears Out Its Welcome

Are cold data records gumming up the performance of some servers?

April 21, 2010 | by Robert Catterall
Are cold data records gumming up the performance of servers?

SAS Goes Inside the Netezza Appliance

November 16, 2009 | by Phil Francisco, VP Product Management & Marketing
“The best vision is insight.” -- Malcolm Forbes (1919-1990), publisher of Forbes magazine, New Jersey state senator and adventure hobbyist. A couple of big announcements from our friends at SAS today. For the industry at large, SAS’ commitment to in-database analytic processing is a confirmation of...

System z Rocks (Again)

The mainframe isn’t dead—in fact, it’s turning heads as a data warehouse platform

September 15, 2009 | by Robert Catterall
The mainframe isn’t dead—in fact, it’s turning heads as a data warehouse platform