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Database: IBM Databases: Top 10 Innovations of the Past 50 Years

April 9, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE:  eWeek

On April 3, IBM announced new database software to help clients make faster decisions and better understand relationships between disparate types of data for improved decision making. With DB2 10, IBM has introduced new features like time travel query and multi-temperature data management, as well as enhancements to enterprise-level performance, security, workload management, monitoring, high availability and resiliency. Over the last four decades, DB2 has become a true business analysis tool, allowing businesses to do what they need better and faster compared with their competition. Here, eWEEK showcases how DB2 has evolved to support key technology needs and milestones. In the era of big data, organizations are struggling to gain insights from information assets to transform business operations and be competitive in their industries.

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