Triton Director to Present at DB2 Symposium 2017
February 7th, 2017

We are happy to announce that Triton Director and IBM Gold Consultant, Julian Stuhler has been invited to present at DB2 Symposium 2017. DB2 Symposium is a must attend training event for DB2 professionals around the world that fills the gap between a DB2 conference and a workshop. Its unique approach allows attendees to join for 1, 2 or 3 days....

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Three members of the Triton Consultancy team named as IBM Champions
January 25th, 2017

We are delighted to announce that three members of Triton Consulting's expert DB2 Consultancy team have been named as IBM Analytics Champions 2017.

The IBM Champion program recognises innovative thought leaders in the technical community....

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Julian Stuhler Announced as a Speaker at the UK GSE Conference
October 20th, 2016

We are delighted to announce that Julian Stuhler will be speaking at the GSE UK Conference in November.

The GSE is the most influential IBM user group in Europe. The annual UK Conference covers a range of topics including DB2, IMS, zLinux, Storage Management and more. The conference provides over 100 hours of technical training from IBM, other vendors and from GSE members. Alongside the technical presentations there is lots of opportunity for networking with speakers, vendors and delegates during breaks and the conference dinner. ...

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IBM Deliver Powerful Enhancements With DB2 12
October 18th, 2016

After a successful Early Support Programme in the first part of 2016, IBM has announced the general availability date for the latest release of DB2 for z/OS. DB2 12 is something of a milestone as it represents the last release of DB2 to be delivered under the traditional monolithic delivery model, with large amounts of new function being delivered all at once every 2-3 years. With an announcement earlier in the year informing the industry that IBM is moving to a continuous delivery model we can expect these large-scale DB2 releases to be mostly replaced by many more incremental drops of new function. The advent of continuous delivery will bring with it exciting, if busy, times for everyone in the industry. More on that to come. ...

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