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- Parallel processing of unstructured data, Part 2: Use AWS S3 as an unstructured data repository
Provide access to unstructured data stored on the cloud, and see how to analyze the data in a highly parallel fashion using an SQL interface provided by DB2 LUW and a table function included in this article.
- Ensuring transactional consistency with Netezza when using CDC and DataStage
Configure the Netezza Connector properly when transactions coming from IBM InfoSphere Data Replication's CDC are first passed through DataStage. Walk through a use case where a flat file provides near real-time experience, and learn which implementations work and which don't.
- Deploy InfoSphere MDM Collaborative Edition onto a
cluster, Part 1: Strategies for mixed clustered topologies
on an application server
Step through detailed examples of several clustering strategies to learn how to set up a typical IBM InfoSphere Master Data Management Collaborative Edition V11 clustered environment.
- Optimizing BDFS jobs using InfoSphere DataStage Balanced
Examine how to use InfoSphere DataStage Balanced Optimization to rewrite Big Data File Stage jobs into Jaql. BDFS stage operates on InfoSphere BigInsights.
- RUNSTATS: Performance enhancements for DB2 10 for Linux,
UNIX, and Windows
Learn about performance enhancements to the RUNSTATS facility in DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows. Examples show how to take advantage of new features such as new keywords, enhancements to automatic statistics collection, and functions to query asynchronous automatic runstats work.
- Using R with databases
Use the power of R with data that's housed in relational database servers. Learn how to use R to access data stored in DB2 with BLU Acceleration and IBM BLU Acceleration for Cloud environments. Detailed examples show how R can help you explore data and perform data analysis tasks.
- Parallel processing of unstructured data, Part 1: With
DB2 for Linux, UNIX, Windows and GPFS SNC
Explore a Java technology-based framework that leverages the architectural features available in IBM DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows and the General Parallel File System to get parallel and scalable processing of unstructured data via an SQL interface.
- Use industry templates for advanced case management,
Part 2: Introducing the Auto Claims Management sample
solution template for IBM Case Manager
Building an auto claims solution with IBM Case Manager. In this article, gain an understanding of what a template is, and learn about the assets delivered in this sample template and how they were built.
- DB2 monitoring: Tracing SQL statements by using an
activity event monitor
Discover a technique to easily trace (capture) the SQL statements that a client application executes using monitoring features in the IBM DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows software.
Recognizing IBM Champion for
Information Management: Dusty Rivers
Dusty Rivers has over three decades of experience in global mainframe systems integration primarily focusing on IMS. An IBM Champion, Dusty played an integral role in the design and implementation of distributed mainframe projects for a distinguished list of FORTUNE companies. Currently, he works with global organizations to extend the use of IMS and other mainframe systems into the world of Web services, clouds, and all distributed systems. Dusty frequently speaks at various conferences around the world and is well regarded within the technology community.
Read Dusty's IBM Data Management magazine articles.