OK, no more excuses.
If you've considered making the move to DB2, we've made it easier than ever to find out everything you need to know. Our new DB2 enablement page for DBAs and database developers is loaded with resources -- articles, tutorials, demos, webcasts, and more -- to help you understand the benefits of DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows. Benefits like industry-leading performance, autonomic admin features, and (that's right) lower costs. Already working with another relational database management system (like, say, Oracle)? Why not find out how easy it is to migrate your applications to DB2 9.7? Plus, new SQL compatibility features in DB2 9.7 (including support for Oracle's SQL and PL/SQL dialects) make it easy to reuse your PL/SQL knowledge. And for more on all of IBM's data solutions, stop by our Information Management zone here on developerWorks.
Now, if only someone around here would come up with a clean-your-office enablement page.
Until next week,
John Swanson and the developerWorks editorial team
This week's top features on developerWorks:
- Ajax library smackdown: Dojo versus YUI (Web development)
- Deep-protocol analysis of UNIX networks (AIX and UNIX)
- DB2 e-kit for Database Professionals (Information Management)
- Data mining with WEKA: Nearest Neighbor and server-side library (Open source)
- New WebSphere Developer Technical Journal (WebSphere)
- Stop copying, start linking: The next generation of model management (WebSphere)
- Thinking XML: Use XML pattern tools for systems analysis (XML)