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DB2 with BLU Acceleration:
A rapid adoption guide (2013-09)


You have probably heard how DB2® with BLU Acceleration can provide performanceimprovements ranging from 10x to 25x and beyond for analytical queries with minimal tuning.You are probably eager to understand how your business can leverage this cool technologyfor your warehouse or data mart. The goal of this article is to provide you with a quick andeasy way to get started with BLU. We present a few scenarios to illustrate the key setuprequirements to start leveraging BLU technology for your workload.

Naresh Chainani (Senior Software Engineer, IBM)
Weilin Lu (Advisory Software Engineer, IBM)
Alexandria Burkleaux (Manager, IBM)
Matthias Nicola (Senior Technical Staff Member, IBM Silicon Valley Lab)

19 September 2013      View the document directly on IBM developerWorks website

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DB2 10.5 BLU Excelleration - Super Analytics - Super Easy

Imagine a database technology that gives you 10-20 times faster performance right out of the box, requires dramatically less storage, and nearly eliminates the need for tuning. Too good to be true? - Not anymore.

IBM® DB2® 10.5 with BLU Acceleration changes everything. This revolutionary technology for complex analytic queries originated in the Blink project at IBM Research for in-memory, hardware-optimized analytics. It was then perfected and seamlessly integrated with DB2 through a collaboration between DB2 product development, the IBM Systems Optimization Competency Center, and IBM Research—adding columnar processing, broader SQL support, I/O and CPU efficiencies, and integration with the DB2 SQL compiler, query optimizer, and storage layer. BLU Acceleration is all about reducing costs and improving time-to-value by making complex analytics faster, easier, and more resource-friendly.

By Sam Lightstone, Guy Lohman and Berni Schiefer | Published April 3, 2013 | IBM data magazine

icon Introducing IBM DB2 10.5 with BLU Acceleration

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Background to DB2 10.5 BLU Excelleration
Blink: Not Your Father’s Database!

Guy M. Lohman
Manager, Disruptive Information Management Architectures
IBM Almaden Research Center (BIRTE 2011)

• Why and What is Blink
• Blink Market – Business Intelligence
• Blink Architecture
• It’s All About Performance!
• What’s the Big Deal?
• Behind the Curtain – The Query Engine Technology
• References and Related Work
• Next Steps
• Conclusions;

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DB2 10 for LUW Upgrade Best Practices

Are you responsible for upgrading your database to DB2 10 the newest version for Linux, UNIX and Windows?  Attend this presentation to learn about often overlooked but very important tips and tricks to understand before upgrading. Are you looking for details about what will change when you upgrade?

Do you know what will not change? What new features will be implemented when you create a new database versus upgrade your existing database. .Planning your upgrade is much easier if you know these best practices.

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