Information Management

Technical resources for IBM Information Management software

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  • Remove and reintegrate an auxiliary standby in an HADR setup

    With multiple standbys, you can have your data in more than two sites for improved data protection with a single technology. Walk through detailed steps for removing and reintegrating the auxiliary standby in a multiple-standby HADR setup.


  • Gain confidence about data security in the cloud

    Demystify cloud security and arm yourself to adopt the cloud with confidence. Learn how cloud security is a shared responsibility between the cloud service provider and client. Then examine a data security use case involving IBM BLU Acceleration for the Cloud.

  • Migrate from snapshot monitor interfaces to in-memory metrics monitor interfaces

    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.

IBM Champions spotlight

  • Richard Lee

    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 Read Richard's IBM Data Management magazine articles. | Get more information about IBM Champions.
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  • Featured: DB2 Express-C

    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.

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