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IBM DB2 pureScale

Designed for organizations that run online transaction processing (OLTP) applications on distributed systems, IBM DB2 pureScale offers clustering technology that helps deliver high availability and exceptional scalability transparent to applications. DB2 pureScale is based on technology from IBM DB2 for z/OS and is available as an option on IBM DB2 9.7 Enterprise Server Edition. The DB2 pureScale architecture is designed to support up to 128 database servers in a system pool.




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Proof of Technology Program

IBM is currently arranging DB2 pureScale proofs of technology for selected clients, using remote access to servers at the following locations:

  • Boeblingen, Germany
  • Poughkeepsie, USA
  • Toronto, Canada
  • Beijing, China

Proofs of technology accelerate "time to value" by providing access to IBM experts and DB2 pureScale configurations deployed on IBM Power systems. IBM is also currently accepting requests for early access to additional technology that is still in the lab: DB2 pureScale deployed on IBM eX5 servers. More information



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