IBM United States
Software Announcement 200-307
September 12, 2000
IBM's Strengthened Focus On Database Tools
At a Glance
New and repositioned database tools help you:
For ordering, contact:
Your IBM representative, an IBM Business Partner, or IBM Americas Call Centers at 800-IBM-CALL (Reference: LE001).
A new focus on database tools complements IBM's premier DB2 Universal Database® (UDB) for OS/390® and IMS database engines. With the new focus, IBM seeks to be your preferred supplier of tools by providing competitive, high-performance, and functionally rich products. IBM's strategy is to focus on data management tools by:
New and Repositioned Products
To help shape this new strategy, IBM is announcing the following new and repositioned products:
Refer to the Description section for a complete list of these new and repositioned products, as well as a list of new terms and conditions for select products.
IBM's initial focus on database tools centers on four areas:
Data Base Administration Tools address the most common tasks required to service and support database operations. These include such tasks as unloading, reloading, reorganizing, copying, and catalog management. Many of these are operations where performance is critical in meeting your company's availability commitments. New and repositioned tools being announced today in this area include:
While Administration Tools cover most of your maintenance and service operations, performance management is equally important in keeping your database environment operating at peak performance. New and repositioned tools being announced today in this area include:
Recovery and Replication Management
Normal backup and recovery operations are handled by the image copy and recovery tools you choose. Many customers, however, have additional requirements or situations requiring special solutions. These might include: archiving data, point in time recovery, online recovery, and added image copy capabilities. In addition, asynchronous replication of data to where it is needed can enable your distributed applications. New and repositioned tools being announced today in this area include:
Lastly, tools helpful in the development, testing, operation, and connectivity of database applications are equally important. The ability to build simple reporting applications, provide e-business connections, examine and change data, and control checkpoint activities are useful to effectively create and operate your application subsystem. New and repositioned tools being announced today in this area include:
To learn more about these products, please visit the Database Tools Web site at:
Summary of New and Repositioned Products Announced Today
The following products have been repositioned with Terms and Conditions changes:
Replaced Product New Product Order Order Number Product Number Product 5645-DB2 Selected Features of DB2 V6 DB2 Administration Tool 5655-E70 DB2 Administration Tool DB2 Performance Monitor 5655-E61 DB2 Performance Monitor DB2 DataPropagator 5655-E60 DB2 DataPropagator DB2 Forms 5655-E64 DB2 Forms 5688-515 DB2 Administration 5655-E70 DB2 Administration Tool V1 Tool 5655-D52 DB2 Administration 5655-E70 DB2 Administration Tool V2 Tool 5655-A31 DB2 Row Archive 5655-E65 DB2 Row Archive Manager Manager 5697-F44 DB2 High Performance 5655-E69 DB2 High Performance Unload Unload Replaced Product New Product Order Order Number Product Number Product 5697-F09 DB2 Forms V1 5655-E64 DB2 Forms 5697-G16 DB2 Forms V2 5655-E64 DB2 Forms 5799-GJA DB2 Bind Wizard 5655-D38 DB2 Bind Manager 5799-GJE DB2 Batch Undo 5655-E66 DB2 Log Analysis Tool 5799-GJC DB2 Query Monitor 5655-E67 DB2 Query Monitor 5799-GJD DB2 Web Query Tool 5655-E71 DB2 Web Query Tool 5685-093 IMS System Utilities Data Tools (all features) IMS DBT-Library 5655-E04 IMS Library Management Utilities Management Utilities IMS DBT-Fast ACBGEN 5655-E05 IMS Advanced ACBGEN IMS DBT-Space Management 5655-E09 IMS High Performance Utilities Pointer Checker IMS DBT-Image Copy 5655-E10 IMS Image Copy Extensions Extensions IMS DBT-Sequential DAM 5655-E11 IMS Sequential Optimizer Randomizer Generator IMS DBT-DEDB Unload/Load 5655-E30 IMS Fast Path Basic Tools IMS DBT-DEDB Pointer 5655-E30 IMS Fast Path Basic Checker Tools IMS DBT-DEDB Tuning Aid 5655-E30 IMS Fast Path Basic Tools IMS DBT-High Speed 5655-E06 IMS High Performance Sequential Retrieval Unload IMS DBT-Fast 5655-E07 IMS High Performance Reorganization Reload Load IMS DBT-Fast Prefix 5655-E08 IMS High Performance Resolution Prefix Resolution IMS DBT-VSAM Zapper 5655-E03 IMS Data Base Repair 5655-085 IMS Compression -- 5655-E02 IMS Compression -- Extended Extended 5655-D68 IMS ETO Support 5655-E12 IMS ETO Support 5697-F18 IMS Program Restart 5655-E14 IMS Program Restart Facility Facility 5697-F02 IMS Performance 5655-E15 IMS Performance Analyzer Analyzer 5655-A68 IMS Recovery Saver 5655-E16 IMS Recovery Saver 5655-109 IMS DEDB Fast 5655-E32 IMS DEDB Fast Recovery Recovery 5697-C33 IMS Index Builder 5655-E24 IMS Index BuilderFacility
The following New Products are announced:
New Products Order Number Product 5697-F56 DB2 Recovery Manager 5697-F57 DB2 SQL Performance Manager 5655-E72 DB2 Automation Tool 5655-E51 IMS Connect 5697-E99 IMS Queue Control Facility 5655-E31 IMS Fast Path Online Tools 5697-F61 IMS Data Base Integrity Control Facility
Refer to the following related product announcements for more information.
These products are Year 2000 ready. When used in accordance with their associated documentation, they are capable of correctly processing, providing, and/or receiving date data within and between the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, provided that all products (for example, hardware, software, and firmware) used with the products properly exchange accurate date data with them.
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Note: Shipments will begin after the planned availability date.