IBM Data Studio is now available
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I've been a development manager on database administration capabilities for Data Studio for many years, and recently took over as product manager, as well. I am very excited about our new Data Studio 3.1 release. It not only includes enhancements to the previous release of Data Studio, but, more importantly, combines the feature set of Optim Database Administrator and Optim Development Studio with Data Studio and Data Studio Health Monitor to create one comprehensive product for application development and database administration, all available at no charge! Data Studio can be found as a download from developerWorks and soon will be bundled with a number of IBM data servers such as DB2 for Linux, Unix and Windows, DB2 Connect and IBM Informix.
Data Studio 3.1 now consists of three components:
Data Studio administration client: Reduced footprint client for administration and non-Java based development. (You may remember we referred to this previously as the stand-alone package)
Data Studio full client: Full-feature client that can shell-share with other Eclipse-based products (This was previously called the integrated development environment package) .
Data Studio web console: health monitoring and new job scheduling capability (this was formerly known as Data Studio Health Monitor)
In addition to the consolidation, we've enhanced the following areas:
The object management feature has been completely overhauled. The new UI provides for in place editing of objects and eliminates the need for a separate editor. Complex object management for Optim Database Administrator for DB2 for Linux, Unix and Windows has been incorporated into the new object management for Data Studio 3.1.
There are a number of enhancements related to navigating, monitoring and managing a DB2 pureScale environment.
There are numerous enhancements to the query editor. They include version specific validation, execution control and special register support.
You can now change the user name and password on any or all connections with one action. The Data Studio web console also provides a central place to define database connections that can be imported by the Data Studio full or admin clients.
Compare and Sync
There are enhancements to reporting and visualizing changes.
DB2 for z/OS
We added support for temporal tables and query tuning now includes set/update profile support for runstats and table data sampling
Scripts may be scheduled as jdbc or clp scripts for DB2 for Linux, Unix and Windows and jdbc scripts for DB2 for z/OS.
You can find current Data Studio product information here. Check out and post questions, comments, or requests on our forum or visit our information center and information roadmap.
P.S: Today we also announced the following:
InfoSphere Data Architect 7.6
InfoSphere Optim pureQuery Runtime z/OS 3.1
InfoSphere Optim pureQuery Runtime LUW 3.1
InfoSphere Optim Query Workload Tuner LUW 3.1
InfoSphere Optim Query Workload Tuner z/OS 3.1