Offered on a variety of platforms, IBM Db2 provides organizations with the scalability and flexibility they require. The various platform offerings are:
- Db2 for Linux, UNIX and Windows
Industry-leading performance for multi-workloads on distributed systems, offering unparalleled efficiencies for staffing and storage.
- Db2 on Cloud
The power of IBM Db2 combined with the agility and economics of cloud deployment…all under your control.
- Db2 for i
Formerly known as Db2 for i5/OS, this advanced, 64-bit Relational Database Management System leverages the high performance, virtualization, and energy efficiency features of IBM Power Systems.
- Db2 for z/OS
The database software gold standard for reliability, availability, and scalability. Optimized for SOA, CRM and data warehousing.
- Db2 Connect
Connect desktop and palm-top applications to your mainframe and minicomputer host databases.
Organizations leverage Db2 to solve a wide range of complex business problems, and the data stored within these specific databases often goes unnoticed in the intranet or search portal platform.
The BA Insight Db2 Connector allows organizations to tap into the wealth of data stored within Db2 databases and applications and make that data instantly actionable to users through search.
In addition to supporting Db2, it can equally support databases from other systems such as Oracle, MySQL, and Microsoft SQL Server.
The BA Insight Db2 Connector provides full security and operates at high throughput to minimize ingestion times while maintaining a low performance impact on the source system, in this case Db2. It only requires read access, and there is no need to install client software on any database server.
Our Db2 Connector:
Honors the security of source systems and only surfaces the content that users are permitted to see.
Works with custom tables, documents, attachments, CLOB, DBCLOB, and BLOB data.
Provides both full and incremental ingestion so that users have the latest information available to them, all the time.
Db2 retains the master information and the search index has only pointers to the original items enabling the user to click on a search result and be taken to the original item or document.