Influence Your Data Management Future Today

RadhaBy Radha Gowda
Technical Marketing, IBM Analytics

Too many tools! Too many repositories! Too many installs! Focus on managing databases across the enterprise rather than an individual database.  Any of these sounds familiar?

Yes, we heard you. While IBM offers an impressive portfolio of data management tools to manage the complete data life cycle, we agree that there are far too many tools. We want to help you streamline your data management processes and make you even more productive. We are happy to introduce you to the next generation of data management tool for DB2 for Linux, UNIX and Windows – IBM Data Server Manager (beta). It is simple to install, easy to use and enterprise ready with the ability to manage hundreds of databases

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IBM Data Server Manager integrates key capabilities from the existing portfolio of data management tools. It offers a simple integrated web console to administer, monitor, manage, and optimize hundreds of DB2 for Linux, UNIX and Windows databases across the enterprise. It helps you identify, diagnose, solve, and prevent performance problems. Of course, not to underestimate the expert guidance you will receive to optimize query performance, which tables to convert to column-organized format or create shadow tables for — to optimize with BLU Acceleration, identify storage saving opportunities and more. And, it provides centralized client and server configuration management so you understand and control your environment more efficiently. Best of all, it is quick and easy to deploy.

IBM Data Server Manager beta software is available for Linux, AIX and Windows platforms. Early feedback on the tool has been very positive; we invite you to sign up for the beta program today and start influencing your data management future.

IBM Data Sever Manager – Simple. Scalable. Smart.

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