We separated the documentation for most of the solution into individual information centers; the separation is generally according to product. For those users who do need information across products, it's all easier to get to and keep track of because we added a header to our information centers that has tabs that you can use to navigate from one set of information to another.
Much like the Data Studio Task launcher has tabs to organize the tasks, the information centers now have tabs to organize the information by data lifecycle phase. The tabs are: Design, Develop, Test, Administer, Monitor, Tune, Backup & Recover, Archive & Retire, and Community.
If you are in the Data Studio information center, and you want to see the InfoSphere Data Architect information center, just click on the Design tab and choose the product or version that you are interested in. To get back, click on the Develop tab or the Administer tab and choose Data Studio. (Hint: In either case, you will get to the same information center because the Develop and Administer tasks are both part of the Data Studio set of information.)
With this new tabbed header, you can get to information for previous product releases, too. This new design makes it easy to find the version of the information that you want, the product that you want, and the key task that you want.
If you want to bookmark the information center for your favorite product now, here is a list of the URLs. And you only need to bookmark one because with this new design, you'll easily be able to find your way to the rest!
IBM InfoSphere Data Architect v7.6
IBM Data Studio and pureQuery Runtime v3.1
IBM InfoSphere Optim Query Tuner v3.1 (Also includes IBM InfoSphere Optim Query Workload Tuner v3.1)
DB2 Advanced Recovery Solution (Includes IBM DB2 Merge Backup, IBM DB2 Recovery Expert, and IBM InfoSphere Optim High Performance Unload)
IBM Optim Performance Manager v4.1 (Now in its own information center)
Data Studio/InfoSphere Optim Information Architect