What's new in IBM Data Studio Administrator 2.1

Reduce database down time and increase DBA productivity

From the developerWorks archives

Tina Chen

Date archived: January 11, 2017 | First published: February 12, 2009

IBM® Data Studio Administrator 2.1 enhances DBA productivity by simplifying day-to-day database administration tasks. Focusing on accuracy, and thereby reducing risk, Data Studio Administrator streamlines database changes and migrations by automatically generating change commands. This reduces disruption caused by incorrect DDL, mis-coded system commands, or missing dependencies. Data Studio Administrator also simplifies DB2® object management by giving DBAs the ability to stop and start DB2 instances, run common commands and utilities, and navigate quickly to database objects within a single tool.

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