Having worked on teams of Db2 DBAs, largely in consulting roles, the value of good documentation is huge. This is once again clear to me as I start a position with a new company. The documentation here happens to be excellent and it makes getting a new person (me!)… Read the restContinue reading »
IBM IDs are completely, 100% free. You pay with a bit of your personal information. You have to provide an email address and a first and last name.
Those of us who have been working with (or for) IBM for years, really don’t even remember signing up because it is just a minor thing.… Read the restContinue reading »
Welcome readers! I have a friend who has offered to provide Spanish language translations of some blog entries. The list of entries to work through is long, so if you have any articles you’d particularly like to see in Spanish, please comment with them so we can add them to his list.… Read the restContinue reading »
Note: I’m new to both MS SQL Server and to RDS databases. My base expertise is as a Db2 (LUW) DBA.
There is a really complete document on this available from Amazon.
In this scenario, I have just spun up a new RDS instance for a project using a CloudFormation template.… Read the restContinue reading »
How to investigate Db2 copies installed on a Windows system
According to one of the definitions from the UrbanDictionary, adding the words “in bed” to any sentence can make that sentence “more interesting”. I like to think that the Db2 LUW world equivalent of that is taking a task – such as working with Db2 copies – and adding words “…on Windows”.… Read the restContinue reading »