Quick ThoughtTriton and IBM have provided several links to additional resources and PDFs. Keep reading. You'll find these near the bottom of this post. And, if you've ever wondered which came first, the chicken or the egg, today we asked our studio audience this important question. Considering how smart most database people are, I think we achieved collective wisdom on this important question - just in time for the Easter Holiday.
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Episode 50, 21 April 2011, DB2 LUW versus Oracle Usability Study, Part 1 of 2.
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Please look for DBI at booth 201/203 at the IDUG DB2 Tech Conference in Anaheim California. Attend our VSP on Wednesday "Fearless Application Performance Management from Cradle to Grave". Check your registration inserts for details.
Join Scott Hayes for the Ed Seminar "Rocket Science: DB2 LUW Performance Analysis and Tuning Lab" on Monday. CLICK HERE for the class preparation instructions.
Not sure which sessions to attend? Scott offers this advice:
Our #2 Job is giving you the documentation to prove it!
References and Links
- Triton's DB2 vs Oracle complexity analysis report
- More Information on Complexity Analysis (PDF)
- Triton Blogs about the DB2 LUW versus Oracle Complexity Study