IBM Db2 Previous Solutions

JurajHrapko
IT Architect at a insurance company with 10,001+ employees
We are a typical enterprise with the typical array of databases. Primarily we use Db2 and MS SQL, and some others. We have reporting tools like Business Objects, Power BI and Micro Strategy. We also have data warehouses. So we have ETL tools and then we need to have the backups, scheduling, and monitoring. We are using more than one database type for different reasons, so it is not exactly that we have switched away from something else to Db2. View full review »
IrfanSaeed
Managing Director, North America at Business Consultants, Inc.
We also use SAP HANA. These are two different applications, however, and they have different use cases. HANA runs on memory. Db2 is a much more mature, older technology with its own platform. HANA is not that new but it's not that old either. It's much faster for sure. The difference is one is in-memory computing, while the other is a traditional database on hardware on the IBM platform. View full review »
Giancarlo Nocerino
Consultant at a tech services company
We previously used Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, and MySQL which is an open-source database. View full review »
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Suhendri -
Department Head of Big Data and Analytic Solutions at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
Previously we were using SQL Server. The main difference is the pricing and implementation. View full review »
Businessbc72
Business Intelligence Consultant at a university with 10,001+ employees
Prior to using this solution I was using Oracle, although it was not for exactly the same purpose. View full review »
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