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An InformationWeek Live WebCast:

High performance. Low cost. No longer an either/or decision for your database.

Duration: 60 minutes

Performance and cost are often the two most important and frequently cited factors in database purchasing decisions. Often, these factors are mutually exclusive. In the advent of growing data volume and diversity, you need solutions that provide both high performance and lower costs. DB2 10, the latest database release from IBM, helps to resolve the dilemma - so you no longer have to make a tradeoff.

Look like a hero and get in front of the data curve by learning about the latest features from DB2 that can help you gain performance and lower initial and ongoing operational costs. Features include:

  • Boost performance by up to 3.3x faster than before for complex query workloads1
  • Hear how more than one client has enjoyed 7x or greater space savings with the use of our compression technologies2
  • Understand how DB2 has helped to simplify and reduce the risks of moving from Oracle Database to DB2
  • See how DB2 NoSQL Graph Store Accelerates Leading Open Source Semantic Web Framework by up to 3.5x3
  • Get all of the above in one package at a fraction of comparable solutions
1 Based on internal tests of IBM DB2 9.7 FP3 vs. DB2 10.1 with new compression features on P6-550 systems with comparable specifications using data warehouse / decision support workloads, as of 4/3/2012.
2 Based on internal tests and reported client experience from 28 Sep 2011 to 07 Mar 2012
3 Based on internal benchmark tests of Rational Jazz graph store usage, comparing DB2 10 Graph Store with Jena TDB version 0.8.10.

Featured Speakers:


Fred Sobotka
,
President,
FRS Consulting



Lynn Chou Jonas
,
Senior Product
Marketing Manager,
DB2


 
 

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