IT managers must handle more databases, more data, and growing volumes of transactions and analytic queries with the same or smaller budgets. With growing data volumes has come an increased demand for throughput and for support by the same database of more, different, and more complex database operations. IBM's DB2 pureScale offers specific advantages, designed to deliver the power of server scale-out architecture, enabling enterprises to affordably develop and manage transactional databases that can meet the requirements of a cloud-based world with rapid transaction data growth, in an affordable manner.
Read the white paper and learn:
- The two basic kinds of clustering and each addresses a distinct workload
- Requirements that the user should expect for any shared storage clustering relational database management systems
- The ways DB2 delivers scale-out benefits
Compare IBM DB2 pureScale with any other offering being considered for implementing a clustered, scalable database configuration see how they deliver continuous availability and why they are important.