Thursday, May 17, 2012

DB2 V10 Linux,Unix,Windows Roadshow coming to Columbus, Ohio June 6th

If you will be in the Columbus area the first week in June.  Please join us for the DB2 Roadshow  and learn how to take full advantage of the new features in DB2 LUW 10. 

DB2 for Linux, UNIX and WindowsWhen:  Wednesday, June 6, 2010 - Columbus (Dublin), Ohio 
Where:  IBM Dublin Office
                Bldg 1 - Auditorium C
                4600 Lakehurst Ct
                Dublin, Ohio  

And learn about the....
  • New Adaptive Compression, resulting in over 70+% database compressions for many clients
  • Time-Travel Query allowing you to see your data as it is, as it was, and as it will be ... great for for historical reporting, auditing, and planning
  • Row and Column Access Control giving data-centric security and compliance on your sensitive data
  • Storage Temperature Data Management to better control position of data on high-performance devices
  • New index, join, and scan techniques for improved query performance and maintenance
  • Additional Oracle-compatibility features for making moving your applications to DB2 easier than ever!
  • Enhancements to DB2 for LUW High Availability and Disaster Recovery (HADR)
 This session is offered free of charge
 To register please send an email to  or contact your local IBM representative.  
Registration will begin at 9:00 AM.  The session will start at 9:30AM and end at approximately 3:00pm.   Complimentary breakfast and lunch will be provided. 
 The session will also be offered at: 
IBM Southfield, Michigan  -  Tuesday, June 5th and
IBM Cincinnati, Ohio          -  Thursday, June 7th 
reply with email if you are interested,  to  
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Session Presented by Bob Harbus
IBM, DB2 Technical Specialist and DB2 Evangelist
Bob (M.Sc., University of Toronto) has been with IBM since 1989 and with the IBM Toronto Lab since 1992. Having worked in a number of areas including DB2 Linux, UNIX, and Windows development, DB2 Service and Support, DB2 Certification (where he authored a number of books on DB2), and DB2 Lab Services (specializing in data warehousing and transactional systems), Bob is currently a DB2 Technical Specialist and DB2 Evangelist in the WW IM Technical Sales organization