There's no shortage of it out there. Many of you are overwhelmed by it, and you'll go to great lengths to get it under control. This week, developerWorks can help you do just that. First, we've got streaming video interviews and keynotes from Information On Demand 2011, which has been going on all this week in Las Vegas; if you weren't able to make it to the conference, here's your chance to catch the highlights. Hear what industry insiders have been thinking as the action unfolds at the information event of the year.
Want more information (about managing information)? You're in luck! The latest issue of IBM Data Management magazine shows you how to keep your mission-critical databases up and running -- reliably -- all the time, and re-examines a database migration report from last year to see if we hit the mark.
And if that's not enough for you, pay a visit to our Information Management zone, where they manage the information about managing information (which, yes, is often about managing information). Yeah, it can get pretty meta around here.
Until next week,
John Swanson and the developerWorks editorial team
Our other top features on developerWorks this week:
- Secure your DB2 data using Encrypted File System (AIX and UNIX)
- Auto-tune data fetch strategies in Hibernate applications with pureQuery (Information Management)
- Package deals: The price we pay for new Java language features (Java technology)
- Linux/Windows integration: Access CIFS servers from Linux clients (Linux)
- Configure Rational Focal Point to give users LDAP directory access (Rational)
- Automating WebSphere Message Broker Toolkit operations using Rational Functional Tester (WebSphere)
- Automated error trapping for safer XSLT stylesheets (XML)