We are off to a great start in 2008 with an incredible 29% increase over December 2007. Information Management software published six IBM Redbooks publications in January: five books and one paper. The most active book in the month of January was "DB2 for z/OS Stored Procedures: Through the CALL and Beyond" followed by "Content Manager OnDemand Guide".
DB2 for z/OS Stored Procedures: Through the CALL and BeyondThis IBM Redbook helps you design, install, manage, and tune stored procedures with DB2 for z/OS. Stored procedures can provide major benefits in the areas of application performance, code re-use, security, and integrity. DB2 has offered an ever improving support for developing and operating stored procedures. DB2’s enhancements are related to tooling, language support, system environment, and have opened new possibilities for secure, highly portable applications in line with the e-business strategy of today's organizations.
Content Manager OnDemand GuideThis IBM Redbooks publication covers a variety of topics relating to the practical application of Content Manager OnDemand (simply referred to as "OnDemand") for Multiplatforms Version 8.3 (also known as Version 126.96.36.199), z/OS Version 7.1, and IBM eServer iSeries Common Server Version 5.3 of the OnDemand product. Where necessary, separate sections are included to cover variations between the different platforms.
DB2 Security and Compliance Solutions for Linux, UNIX, and WindowsIn this book, we discuss the existing and new DB2® security features introduced in DB2 9.5 for Linux , UNIX, and Windows. These enriched DB2 security features provide you the capability to protect your data and comply with regulatory requirements.
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High Availability and Scalability Guide for DB2 on Linux, UNIX, and WindowsAs organizations strive to do more with less, IBM DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows provides various built-in high availability features. DB2 further provides high availability solutions by leveraging enterprise system resources with broad support for clustering software such as HACMP, TSA, and Microsoft Windows Cluster Server. This IBM Redbooks publication describes DB2’s high availability functions and features, focusing on High Availability Disaster Recovery (HADR) in the OLTP environment. The book provides a detailed discussion of HADR, including setup, configuration. administration, monitoring, and best practices.
Dimensional Modeling: In a Business Intelligence EnvironmentIn this IBM Redbook we describe and demonstrate dimensional data modeling techniques and technology, specifically focused on business intelligence and data warehousing. It is to help the reader understand how to design, maintain, and use a dimensional model for data warehousing that can provide the data access and performance required for business intelligence.
Oracle to DB2 Conversion Guide for Linux, UNIX,and WindowsIBM DB2 has long been known for its technology leadership. This IBM Redbooks publication, intended for technical staff who are involved in an Oracle to DB2 conversion project, is an informative guide that describes how to migrate the database system from Oracle to DB2 Version 9 on Linux, UNIX, and Microsoft Windows platforms.This book provides conversion methodology and step-by-step instructions for installing and using IBM Migration Toolkit (MTK) to port the database objects and data from Oracle to DB2. It illustrates, with examples, how to convert the stored procedures, functions, and triggers. Application programming and conversion considerations are discussed, along with the differences in features and functionality of the two products.In addition, you can find script conversion samples for data loading, database administration, and reports that are useful for DBAs. The testing section provides procedures and tips for conversion testing and database tuning. The laboratory examples are performed under Oracle 10g and DB2 Version 9. However, the migration process and examples can be applied to Oracle 7, 8, and 9i.
IBM WebSphere Information Analyzer and Data Quality AssessmentIBM Information Server is a revolutionary new software platform that helps organizations derive more value from the complex heterogeneous information that is spread across their systems. It enables organizations to integrate disparate data and deliver trusted information wherever and whenever needed, in line and in context, to specific people, applications, and processes.
IBM WebSphere Information Analyzer is a data profiling and analysis tool that is a critical component of IBM Information Server. It is designed to help business and data analysts understand the content, quality, and structure of their data sources by automating the data discovery process. Bundled with IBM WebSphere Information Analyzer is AuditStage, a data rule monitoring tool that is designed to help business and data analysts validate data and assess ongoing data quality trends.
Data Modeling Techniques for Data WarehousingThis redbook gives detail coverage to the topic of data modeling techniques for data warehousing, within the context of the overall data warehouse development process. The process of data warehouse modeling, including the steps required before and after the actual modeling step, is discussed. Detailed coverage of modeling techniques is presented in anevolutionary way through a gradual, but well-managed, expansion of the content of the actual data model.Coverage is also given to other important aspects of data warehousing that affect, or are affected by, the modeling process. These include architecting the warehouse and populating the data warehouse.
DB2 UDB for z/OS Version 8: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know, ... and MoreIBM DATABASE 2 Universal Database Server for z/OS Version 8 is the twelfth and largest release of DB2 for MVS. It brings new synergy with the zSeries hardware and is the first major subsystem to exploit the z/OS 64-bit virtual addressing capabilities. DB2 V8 offers data support, application development, and query functionality enhancements for e-business, while building upon the traditional characteristics of availability, exceptional scalability, and performance for the enterprise of choice.