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New IBM Redbook: Solving Business Problems with Informix TimeSeries

IBM has published a new Redbook titled Solving Business Problems with Informix TimeSeries.

The Redbook describes the benefits of the Informix Timeseries technology

From the table of contents:

  • Chapter 1. Overview of IBM Informix
  • Chapter 2. A use case for the Informix TimeSeries feature
  • Chapter 3. Defining your TimeSeries environment
  • Chapter 4. Implementing Informix TimeSeries
  • Chapter 5. Querying TimeSeries data

Redbook Draft Version: IBM Informix Flexible Grid

A new IBM Redbook is currently in draft status:

Table of Contents:

  • Chapter 1. Overview
  • Chapter 2. OpenAdmin Tool
  • Chapter 3. Configuring server for Flexible Grid and Enterprise Replication environments
  • Chapter 4. The Flexible Grid
  • Chapter 5. Administering Enterprise Replication

New IBM Redbook: Embedding IBM Informix

IBM has published a new Redbook titled Embedding IBM Informix.

The Redbook is a major rewrite of the first version called "Embedding IDS - An Introduction". The Redbooks covers
new functionality added in Informix 11.70 and 11.50.xC7 like:

  • Storage Provisioning
  • Online Defragmentation
  • New Database Scheduler Procedures
  • Deployment Assistant and Deployment Utility
  • Compression

Draft Version: IBM Redbook - IBM Informix Developer's Handbook

Draft Version: IBM Redbook - IBM Informix Developer's Handbook

A new IBM Redbook is currently under development:

Brand New IBM Redbook: Migrating from Microsoft SQL Server to IBM Informix

IBM has published a brand new Redbook about migrating from Microsoft SQL Server to IBM Informix.

From the table of contents:

  • Chapter 1. Introduction
  • Chapter 2. Architecture overview
  • Chapter 3. Migration methodology
  • Chapter 4. SQL considerations

Brand New IBM Redbook: Data Warehousing with IDS

IBM has published a brand new Redbook about Data Warehousing with Informix Dynamic Server:

New IBM Redbook about Migrating from Oracle to IDS LUW

Migrating from Oracle to IBM Informix Dynamic Server on LUW

IBM just published an interesting new Redbook about migrating from Oracle to Informix Dynamic Server.

Draft Version: IBM Redbook - Embedding IDS: An Introduction

Draft Version: IBM Redbook - Embedding IDS: An Introduction

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Final Version: IBM Redbook - Customizing IDS for your Environment

Final Version: IBM Redbook - Customizing IDS for your Environment

From the table of contents:

  • Chapter 1. IDS and your business
  • Chapter 2. Optimizing IDS for your environment
  • Chapter 3. Enterprise data availability
  • Chapter 4. Robust administration
  • Chapter 5. The administration free zone

Draft Version: IBM Redbook - IDS 11.5: Extending Availability and Replication

Draft Version: IBM Redbook - IDS 11.5: Extending Availability and Replication

The new draft is based on the already published Redbook IDS 11: Extending Availability and Replication which covered IDS 11. The following chapters contain updated and additional information regarding IDS 11.5:

  • Chapter 7 - Updatable Secondary servers

Draft Version: IBM Redbook - Customizing IDS for your Environment

Draft Version: IBM Redbook - Customizing IDS for your Environment

From the table of contents:

  • Chapter 1. IDS and your business
  • Chapter 2. Optimizing IDS for your environment
  • Chapter 3. Enterprise data availability
  • Chapter 4. Robust administration
  • Chapter 5. The administration free zone

Final Version: IBM Redbook about IDS Security

Final Version: IBM Redbook about IDS Security

A new interesting Redbook Redbook has left the draft status and has been officially published:

Download the Redbook to gain an understandig on the robust and comprehensive security technology that IDS offers. IDS is IBM's safest and most performant data server for business critical data on the Linux, Unix and Windows platforms.

IDS 11: Extending Availability and Replication

IDS 11: Extending Availability and Replication

Good news for anyone who is looking for real high availability. IBM has published a new Redbook that extensively covers the superior replication capabilities of it's OLTP flagship data server IDS:

IDS V11 - Extending Availability and Replication

Good to see that more and more technical information about IDS is made available.

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