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IDUG DB2 Tech Conference in Dublin, Ireland

15th November, 2015 @ 9:00 am
20th November, 2015 @ 5:00 pm
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There is arguably more innovation in and around the IT industry than ever before: new types of data, more data, faster data, new types of database, new deployment models and new environments and technologies. At the same time there is pressure from the business for more capability, more analytics, better security and more compliance. And it’s not as if budgets are increasing. In this presentation we will discuss these trends and directions, the technologies we think will be most important, and where the market is going and what impact this will have on users. There will be a particular focus on how we see the evolution of the database market.

Philip Howard will be presenting the Keynote on Monday the 16th November from 09:00 to 09:45.