IBM Redbooks in the DB2 area:
|1.||50 TB Data Warehouse Benchmark on IBM System z, SG24-7674-00|
Redbooks, published 27 May 2009
|2.||DB2 9 for z/OS: Distributed Architecture, SG24-6952-01|
Draft Redbooks, last update 14 June 2009
|3.||Enterprise Data Warehousing with DB2 9 for z/OS, SG24-7637-00|
Redbooks, published 12 September 2008, Rating: (based on 1 review)
|1.||Data Integrity with DB2 for z/OS, SG24-7111-00|
Redbooks, published 10 July 2006, Rating: (based on 3 reviews)
|2.||DB2 for z/OS and OS/390 : Squeezing the Most Out of Dynamic SQL, SG24-6418-00|
Redbooks, published 31 May 2002, Rating: (based on 6 reviews)
|3.||DB2 9 for z/OS: Packages Revisited, SG24-7688-00|
Redbooks, published 2 March 2009, last updated 2 June 2009, Rating: (based on 5 reviews)
|4.||DB2 for z/OS Stored Procedures: Through the CALL and Beyond, SG24-7083-00|
Redbooks, published 29 March 2004, last updated 22 February 2006, Rating: (based on 20 reviews)
|1.||DB2 UDB Enterprise Edition V8.1: Basic Performance Tuning Guidelines, REDP-4251-00|
Redpapers, published 12 June 2007, Rating: (based on 2 reviews)
|2.||Using the IBM System Storage N Series with Databases, SG24-7292-00|
Redbooks, published 21 August 2007, last updated 24 August 2007, Rating: (based on 3 reviews)
|3.||DB2 UDB Exploitation of NAS Technology, SG24-6538-00|
Redbooks, published 31 July 2002, Rating: (based on 1 review)
Book reviewers for DB2 content:
Again I know I'm going to miss several people who were very active in reviewing either IBM Redbooks or Retail books to ensure that they were accurate before they published. I thank you all! I'd like to specifically mention Fred Sobotka who was the key influencer and reviewer on the following book:
Beginning DB2: From Novice to Professional (Expert's Voice) by Grant Allen (Hardcover - Aug 14, 2008)
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I've enjoyed writing about these people and have ideas for future entries... ie, those critical for conference successes, those who contributed in areas beyond DB2, and more! Send me ideas if you have them.
Thanks again to all current Data Champions and be sure to nominate any people who you think are strong contributors who are not recognized yet.