Announcing pureQuery Runtime for z/OS 2.1
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It's been a while since I've blogged. I've been spending a lot of time talking to customers about what they want and need from our integrated data management portfolio, and now the whole team is working on some great new capabilities and offerings to help address some of the key pain points I've been hearing about. More on that later.
Right now, I just wanted to draw your attention to our recent announcement of the pureQuery Runtime 2.1 on z/OS. This version of the product has been available on LUW since December and we are happy to announce its availability on z/OS for those shops who run their apps natively on z/OS. There are some excellent capabilities in the 2.1 Data Studio pureQuery Runtime and Data Studio Developer releases -- you can read this What's New article for a good overview, and these videos also show you many of these enhancements through Data Studio Developer. And don't forget Jeff Sullivan's blog entry which gives a lot of good reasons from a z/OS system programmer perspective why he likes pureQuery.
Use pureQuery Runtime for z/OS with stand-alone applications, applications deployed on WebSphere Application Server or other application servers, or with DB2 stored procedures. Data Studio pureQuery runtime supports both type 2 database drivers and type 4 database drivers for DB2 for z/OS V8 and V9.