The IBM DB2 Storage Engine is one of the latest storage engines available for MySQL. This storage engine integrates MySQL with DB2 for the IBM i operating system that runs on IBM Power Systems servers. With the storage engine, applications written to the MySQL API set can store/retrieve data from DB2 for i schemas and tables. Once in DB2, this data is accessible to other applications running on IBM i. This session will highlight some of the architectural specifics of the DB2 Storage Engine as well as discuss uses and benefits of the storage engine.
Craig is the Product Manager for IBM i for the Power Systems platform. He has led the introduction of many technologies on the IBM i platform including PHP and MySQL. Before moving to Rochester, Craig held numerous technical and management positions in the IBM sales organization.
Tim is a staff software engineer with IBM and helped to design and develop the IBM DB2 storage engine. Prior to working on the storage engine, he was involved with development of the file system for the IBM i operating system.
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