IBM Db2 Room for Improvement

IrfanSaeed
Managing Director, North America at Business Consultants, Inc.
IBM just came out with new hardware in September, so they are getting ready for the cloud. If they can push through with all those features they're talking about, I think they have a good product lined up. Right now, the solution needs to have end-to-end encryption, to be cloud-ready, to have native support for Linux, and built-in data scientist workbenches. These are promised to us in the new release, and I hope that happens. End-to-end encryption specifically is something the solution needs to have in the next release. View full review »
Giancarlo Nocerino
Consultant at a tech services company
I don't have a general opinion about how they can improve this product. The performance could be improved. View full review »
Abdel Moneim Emad
Enterprise Solutions Architect at Intercom Enterprises
Backing up databases from Windows and restoring them on AIX and vise-versa. Support for migrating DB2 v9.7 to 11 in a single process with no intermediate versions jumping View full review »
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Evaristo Carvalho
IT Director at BISTP
We would like to see a web-based interface for this solution, as it would help to improve visibility. It would be helpful to have more querying tools and more development tools for us to work easily with Microsoft. For example, ODBC drivers would make work easier for our development team. View full review »
Businessbc72
Business Intelligence Consultant at a university with 10,001+ employees
I would like to see better support for advanced analytics. View full review »
JReviewer312
CTO at Jutel
It would be nice if it was easily available on all platforms because nowadays, it is not there as a general database. View full review »
it_user75351
VP of IT at a financial services firm
Some of the internal rearrangement in the administration is not as straightforward as it is in competing products. View full review »
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