Learn how to create a simple web application for students to practice basic math skills, primarily multiplication operations. Using the integrated Bluemix tools, create a simple Node.js application connected to SQLDB to store data.
Learn about in-memory metrics monitor infrastructure, a lightweight monitor infrastructure and a set of interfaces that reports monitor elements from this infrastructure. See detailed examples to help you migrate from the snapshot monitor interfaces to the new in-memory metrics monitor interfaces.
Learn the fundamentals of InfoSphere Optim Data Growth Solution. Follow the step-by-step example to set up your first Archive request and quickly get up to speed.
Deploy the DB2 10.5 pureScale feature with IBM WebSphere Commerce V7 for both new and existing WebSphere Commerce applications, including the instance setup and application configuration from the Admin Console of WebSphere Application Server.
Learn how the Hierarchical Data stage in IBM InfoSphere DataStage interacts with SoftLayer Object Storage by using the REST API. This article provides step-by-step instructions for using the REST step to load files to, and extract files from, SoftLayer Object Storage by using the OpenStack REST API.
IBM Champions spotlight
Richard Lee is the Managing Partner of the consultancy IMECS, LLC. He serves as an Executive Consultant to clients focusing on Privacy & Governance, Analytics Leadership and Business Transformation. Richard is also a Senior Thought Leader and writes on Privacy and Leadership issues each month for IBM’s Big Data & Analytics Hub (The Privacy Corner) and Information Age (UK). He is a 2nd year IBM Champion for Information Management and IBM Big Data & Analytics Hero. He speaks frequently at industry conferences around the world and will be a keynote presenter at this Falls’ “Data Leadership 2014” in London. Follow him on Twitter: @InfoMgmtExex and his blog at www.infomgmtexec.me. Read Richard's IBM Data Management magazine articles. | Get more information about IBM Champions.
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IBM® DB2® Express-C is the free edition of DB2. It supports Linux, Windows®, Solaris, and Mac. It is easy to use and provides a solid base to build and deploy applications developed using C/C++, Java™, .NET®, PHP, Ruby on Rails, Python, and other programming languages.