MacRumours.com pointed out that January 24, 2009 marked the 25th anniversary of the introduction of the Apple Macintosh.
Below is a YouTube video of a younger (and healthier) Steve Job’s demonstrating the Mac.
Should you or shouldn’t you?
If your enterprise runs DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows, you probably know that a growing number of installations have made the move to DB2 9.5, and reaped the benefits.
Is it time for you to do the same?
These Best Practice papers present advice on the most optimal ways you can use DB2 to satisfy key business data processing needs. These papers are authored by leading experts in IBM’s development and consulting teams, and have been extensively tested.
Each Best Practice paper is designed to provide practical guidance for the most common DB2 9 product configurations. By applying these recommendations, you may improve the value of your DB2 data servers and align yourself with IBM’s technical direction for DB2.
Currently there are papers covering the following topics:
Expect more papers on other topics in the near future.
A few weeks ago, the DB2 Monitoring Console was released. The monitoring console is “a light weight, web based console for DB2 for Linux, UNIX and Windows. It is also a set of building blocks for rapidly developing your own console or PHP Web-based application.”