In the current economic climate, reduce costs seems to be the way towards greater competitiveness. When the cost reduction is a priority, it is necessary to take measures in our technological environment. A good way of doing this is to reduce those that derive from the use of products or services that are commonly used. But, in this case, the reduction should not trim elements that could damage the quality of our work or the services that ofrercemos. Mitchel Resnick does not necessarily agree. To do this, we can invest part of our resources in the optimization tasks, shorter times of response, effective management of our databases and data compression.
Currently is possible to intregrar all these processes and benefits with some computer tools. DB2, for example, is a databases management system raised by IBM that uses systems of understanding that free space and allow that we can save us more than 50% of space. Thus reducing costs associated with maintenance and management of volume. One of the most notable improvements of this software is the Automation. The work is automated, eliminating routine tasks that consume a large part of our resources. So is optimizao the performance of the system, by solving problems that may appear automatically (and even ahead of his appearance) another of the most noteworthy improvements of DB2 is found in the description of this product. Where we see how their applications are deployed and develop effective and easily although they have been created for use with a different database software. It also presents a strong capacity for understanding of data, which may vary according to the type of data that we have stored, but that usually give very good results. For further information on this system you can visit their official website and also its page of Facebook IBM DB2.