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The DB2Night Show #35: One Company's Journey into The Cloud

December 3, 2010, 12:57 pm
Posted by Scott in DB2 LUW

Special guest Pierce Wetter, PACE Anti-Piracy

Cost savings in the DB2 Cloud? Performance?

In episode #35, special guest Pierce Wetter, Director Web Services with PACE Anti-Piracy, shared with us his company's experiences with DB2 in the Cloud. Pierce did a brilliant job of discussing PACE's motivations, considerations, and experiences. The cost information he shared was very interesting, and so, too, were the performance results of his Cyber Monday testing on Amazon.

Watch the replay of Episode #35 to learn from the experiences of one company that is blazing a trail in the DB2 Cloud...

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Episode 35, 3 December 2010, One Company's Journey into the DB2 Cloud with Pierce Wetter, PACE Anti-Piracy.

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