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Real-Time Access to IBM Db2 Database

Flexible

One driver connects to all flavors of Db2 across AS/400 iSeries, Mainframe and LUW

Easy

Get simple, fast connectivity without any other client software from IBM

Reliable

Gain time and value from failover features that ensure reliability and data integrity

IBM_DB2

Connect to IBM Db2 via

ODBC JDBC ADO.NET OData

Features

Secure

Full support of Db2 client and Kerberos authentication and industry standard SSL data encryption

Fast

Easily extract and load large volumes of data without application code or additional tools that slow performance

High Availability

Ensure high availability via application failover and load balancing without changing application code or costly server configurations

Compatible

Certified DataDirect quality guarantees application compatibility across all supported IBM Db2 versions and distributions.

Broad Support

One driver supports dozens of IBM Db2 database versions, and platforms across Windows, UNIX, iSeries and Mainframe

Codeless Configuration

Enable powerful features and optimize performance without changing a single line of code

Security Vulnerability Response Policy

Upon identification of any security vulnerability, Progress will exercise commercially reasonable efforts to address the vulnerability in accordance with the following policy:

Priority* Time Guideline Version(s)
High Risk
(CVSS 8+ or industry equivalent)
30 days Active (i.e. latest shipping version) and all Supported versions
Medium Risk
(CVSS 5-to-8 or industry equivalent)
180 days Active (i.e. latest shipping version)
Low Risk
(CVSS 0-to-5 or industry equivalent)
Next major release or best effort Active (i.e. latest shipping version)

* Priority is established based on the current version of the Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS), an open industry standard for assessing the severity of computer system security vulnerabilities. For additional information on this scoring system, refer to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CVSS.

Learning & Support

Blog

Configure IBM DB2 JDBC Driver in Splunk DB Connect

Tutorial: How to use an IBM DB2 JDBC Driver to make the most of Splunk DB Connect while importing data into Splunk.

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Blog

Modernize Access to IBM DB2 for z/OS Mainframe Data with a REST API

It's time to modernize your data access. Learn our methodology to securely “REST-enable” your mainframe to leverage its data throughout the enterprise.

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Video

Progress DataDirect: Powering the World's Data

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Success Story

MicroStrategy

MicroStrategy, a leading worldwide provider of enterprise software platforms, needs to sustain its market leadership as customers demand direct access to new types of data sources, such as Salesforce.com and Hive.

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Success Story

Pacer Group

Pacer Group leveraged DataDirect to provide ready access to raw data in Salesforce, Rootstock and Microsoft SQL Server following its move to the cloud. The ease of use of DataDirect connectors enabled Pacer Group to quickly develop apps that brought immediate benefits, including the ability to generate labels and barcodes up to 50% faster.

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Tutorial

Superior ODBC Access from SAS on Linux

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Tutorial

Connect to Amazon Redshift using ODBC from Python on Linux

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Webinar

Making the Leap: Best Practices for Connecting to Your Cloud Data Warehouse

Companies are relying more and more on cloud-based data warehousing as a solution to some of the critical needs of today’s digital business world. See how Progress DataDirect Connectors for Cloud Data Warehouses can help you access and analyze the data from cloud data warehouses at the speed of business.

 

 

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Webinar

DevOps Dilemmas: Best Practices for Business Leaders

Join us for an inside look at the challenges businesses face when DevOps data is divided across multiple systems. Our expert panel will discuss how they overcome this “DevOps dilemma” here at Progress—and the steps you can take to overcome it too

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Paper

Connect the Unconnectable: Enabling DevOps Dashboards for Siloed Data

A cross-enterprise view of the DevOps process is key to powering the continuous improvement of the software development lifecycle. In this ebook, you’ll discover how to connect key DevOps tools to your analytics and reporting tools to create a unified DevOps view that addresses four central themes: 

  • Planning and Roadmap
  • Epics, Velocity and Ticketing 
  • Continuous Improvement/Continuous Delivery 
  • Reporting and OKRs 
Work faster, save money and improve project visibility with a unified, cross-enterprise view of your DevOps process.  

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Paper

2020 Progress Data Connectivity Report

The culmination of several different technology trends has triggered a massive upheaval in organizational data strategy. The 2020 Progress Data Connectivity report illuminates how businesses worldwide are responding to this ever-evolving technology landscape to connect with the data they need.

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