Triton Db2 Geek

Confessions of a DB2 geek

IBM Gold Consultant Program and IBM Premier business Partner

James Gill

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Favourite topics – Data Sharing, DB2 pureScale, Sailing.

A multi-talented database consultant, James works with both DB2 for z/OS and DB2 for Midrange systems.

James is our resident DB2 pureScale expert having spent time in the IBM Boeblingen labs and running our own DB2 pureScale environment for R&D. Having worked with Data Sharing on the mainframe for many years James has been able to combine his knowledge of DB2 on Midrange and DB2 on z/OS to gain valuable skills in DB2 pureScale.

Most recently James has been working on a high profile DB2 z/OS data integration project for a major UK Financial Institution.

When he’s not sailing on the Norfolk Broads James can be found working on Triton’s zPDT carrying out various R&D projects.

James's Articles

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Want to reduce the number of members in your DB2 for z/OS V10 data sharing group?

Published November 18th, 2011 - by

For customers who are looking to reduce the number of members in their DB2 for z/OS V10 data sharing group, the APAR that provides this support – PM51945 – closed on November 1st 2011. It provides updated support to the Change Log Inventory (DSNJU003) stand-alone utility to allow you to deactivate a member within a Continue Reading

DB2 pureScale Coupling Facility

Published July 12th, 2010 - by

We were lucky enough to get an opportunity to spend a week in the IBM Boeblingen Labs in Germany, to get some hands on experience with DB2 9.8 – pureScale – or Data Sharing on mid-range.    The platform that we were working with was a five node configuration – two coupling facilities (CFs) and Continue Reading

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