Db2 Tools

Expand all | Collapse all

Support for DB2 for LUW and then...

Jump to Best Answer
  • 1.  Support for DB2 for LUW and then...

    Posted 02-20-2015 02:58 AM

    Dear Community.

     

    We were asked more than once to support DB2 for LUW and other(MySQL, MariaDB, Oracle, ...).

    We expect minor problems with Software from other Vendors, because they are responsible to maintain their objects.

     

    Our Application Development(AE) isn't ask to create scripts to "release" their own objects.

     

    With a view from costs and functionality their is the need to evaluate other than z/OS-DBMS'se.

    We didn't find any Software like R/C-Migrator for all of the other platforms.
    Ok, there is

    • IBM's DataStudio, but with a lot manually work
      - Export/Import
      - comparison of source and target DDL

     

    And we've heard at German's CADUG about "agile development"

     

    So my questions are:
    - Which opinion has the Community to this topic?

    - Who has the need to support Non-Z DBMS also?

     

    with regards

    michael beermann



  • 2.  Re: Support for DB2 for LUW and then...
    Best Answer

    Broadcom Employee
    Posted 02-25-2015 11:17 AM

    This question belongs to community !CA Database Management for DB2 and IMS ! ! !



  • 3.  Re: Support for DB2 for LUW and then...

    Posted 03-09-2015 11:35 AM

    Can anyone help with this question?

     

    Thank you

     

    MICHAEL BEERMANN wrote:

     

    Dear Community.

     

    We were asked more than once to support DB2 for LUW and other(MySQL, MariaDB, Oracle, ...).

    We expect minor problems with Software from other Vendors, because they are responsible to maintain their objects.

     

    Our Application Development(AE) isn't ask to create scripts to "release" their own objects.

     

    With a view from costs and functionality their is the need to evaluate other than z/OS-DBMS'se.

    We didn't find any Software like R/C-Migrator for all of the other platforms.
    Ok, there is

    • IBM's DataStudio, but with a lot manually work
      - Export/Import
      - comparison of source and target DDL

     

    And we've heard at German's CADUG about "agile development"

     

    So my questions are:
    - Which opinion has the Community to this topic?

    - Who has the need to support Non-Z DBMS also?

     

    with regards

    michael beermann