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Database design and development

Examine integrated design, development, and testing of application and enterprise databases across heterogeneous environments.

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Rock-Solid Business Analytics

Business analytics on IBM System z streamlines well-informed decision making to gain a competitive edge

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Warm Sun and a Hot Agenda

The time is ripe to learn about the Internet of Things and more at the 2014 IIUG Informix Conference in Miami

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Exploring the NoSQL Family Tree

Gain an understanding of today’s NoSQL database evolution

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Raising the Availability Bar

Elevating availability in IBM DB2 11 for z/OS is changing the game

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Rethinking Compression

IBM DB2 with BLU Acceleration streamlines storage and access of columnar data in an ecosystem of optimization

Flexible data models and their complexity trade-offs

Can Product Data Models Meet Data-Driven Demands?

Understand and manage complexity when designing flexibility into product data models

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Granting a Gateway to Powerful Analytics: Part 2

Consumption points keep the business intelligence tail from wagging the dog

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Granting a Gateway to Powerful Analytics: Part 1

Prevent direct business intelligence access to data structures for agile data analysis

Borrowing from Science to Revolutionize Business Analytics

Borrowing from Science to Revolutionize Business Analytics

Intel and IBM collaboration delivers a quantum leap forward with 25x faster performance in IBM DB2 with BLU Acceleration

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Super Analytics, Super Easy

Introducing IBM DB2 10.5 with BLU Acceleration

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Database Economics

Comparing value propositions for DB2 10 and Oracle Database systems

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Case Study: Camden Council

Households reduce heating bills by 30 percent with Hildebrand and IBM Informix TimeSeries software