Curt Cotner’s Integrated Data Management Presentation

Posted by Kim May on May 12, 2009 under Cobra, Data Studio, DB2 Education, DB2 for Linux Unix Windows, DB2 for z/OS, Information on Demand Conference. Tags: , , , , , , , .

2009 Integrated Data Management

We were honored to have Curt Cotner join us in Baltimore for a customer luncheon in early April. Curt presented on IBM’s 2009 strategy and impressed everyone in the room. Curt generously sent me a copy of the presentation the next day, and I’ve been back and forth with our hosting company trying to figure out how to enable sharing a file of this size. It’s working now, so I want to share it.

It’s not only a big file – there are some huge ideas and concepts. Please review it when you get a chance – I hope you get the same “wow!” we got during the live presentation back in April.

DB2 Early Access Program

Posted by Kim May on April 30, 2009 under Cobra, DB2 for Linux Unix Windows. Tags: , , .

BETTER than an attachment on Cobra new features…here’s the link to the Early Access program site for Cobra.

The Early Access Program is designed to encourage DB2 users to check out DB2 new features in a sandbox environment. Sign up for the Early Access Program at:

http://www.ibm.com/software/data/db2/technology-sandbox/

They Set the Cobra Free!!

Posted by Kim May on April 27, 2009 under Cobra, DB2 Education, DB2 for Linux Unix Windows, DB2 Migrations. Tags: , .

As I hope many people know, IBM announced the release of Cobra (DB2 V9.7) last week.  In preparation for the early announcement I was invited to a briefing to review the new features.  The technical portion was delivered by Cobra guru Chris Eaton.  The presentation is scheduled to be released publicly this week and as soon as I get it I will add it to this blog.  The content is excellent and as you view it, you will see they tried to include a little something for everyone.  I hope you find it helpful – and hope to have it available in the next day or so.