How important are transactions in a big data world?
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Join us for the #Transactions Twitterchat on “How important are transactions in a big data world?” Aug 20, from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm ET.
Our special guests for this Twitterchat are:
You can follow along—and join the discussion using the hashtag #Transactions. We look forward to your thoughts and comments on #Transactons twitterchat hosted by @IBM_DB2 (Susan Visser).
How do you join in?
If you use a Twitter client like Tweetdeck or HootSuite, create a search column for the term #Transactions. Then as participants tweet with the #Transactions hashtag, those tweets will appear in your column.
How do you participate?
Review the discussion questions so you can prepare your thoughts and answers. When the question is posed, begin your response with A1: for question 1 and A2: for question 2, and so on. This makes it easier to follow the conversation throughout the chat. No answer is wrong!
More about our panelists
Craig is president & principal consultant of Mullins Consulting, Inc., a principal with SoftwareOnZ and the publisher/editor of The Database Site, His working experience spans multiple industries. He’s written multiple books and blogs at: http
Scott Hayes is President & CEO of Database-Brothers Inc (DBI), a company intensely focused on IBM DB2 UDB LUW and Oracle database solutions. Scott is an IBM DB2 GOLD Consultant and has received a number of DB2 Certifications. Scott hosts The DB2Night Show series of webinars. Check the website http
Kelly works in the IBM Software Group, Information Management as an Executive IT Specialist in WW IM Technical Sales. His specialties are DB2 pureScale & PureData System for Transactions. Kelly has written several blog entries on the IBM DB2 Blog site.
Thanks to Larry Heathcote, Ember Crooks, Sally Hartnell, Kelly Schlamb, and Scott Hayes for helping me put this together!