This is the blog of Troy L. Coleman, an IBM DB2 z/OS software technical sales specialist.
Troy brings a variety of skills focused around DB2, including product management, systems programming, installation and configuration, application DBA, and application developer. He's active in the DB2 community, currently serving as a board member for the Chicago Midwest Database User Group. Previously, he was an IDUG board member. In addition, Troy held the prestigious title of IBM Information Management Champion from 2011-2015. He is an internationally recognized consultant and lecturer specializing in DB2 database administration and application architecture with experience on many leading hardware platforms, including DB2 for z/OS, Windows, AIX, Solaris and Linux. Troy was the architect and lead developer of the first wireless database management software for DB2 UDB, PocketDBA, by Expand Beyond Corp.
The opinions expressed herein are the author's, and should not be construed as reflecting official positions of the IBM Corporation.
Display Thread Command | June 2011 | MAINFRAME
Storing, Processing and Parsing XML | November 2010 | MAINFRAME
Storing and Processing XML in DB2 | September 2010 | MAINFRAME
Process XML Documents Within COBOL and DB2 | September 2009 | MAINFRAME
Converting to Packages | May 2009 | MAINFRAME
Tools Extract DB2 Statistics and DDL From the DB2 Catalog | January 2009 | MAINFRAME
Goodbye Segmented and Partitioned; Hello Universal Table Space | November 2007 | MAINFRAME
Index-Controlled Partitioning vs. Table-Controlled Partitioning | September 2007 | MAINFRAME
DB2 Table Space - Is it Time to Redesign? | July 2007 | MAINFRAME
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