Any executive and seasoned manager knows recreating the wheel makes no sense, especially when great best practices are available to learn and leverage in your own business environment. Best practices make your job easier and can help you achieve your business goals more efficiently. Great leaders listen to techniques that work with other customers and seek out valuable knowledge directly from the experts. That’s why IBM has launched a new IBM Information Management Best Practices portal.
The portal is the new home to IBM Information Management best practices, and extends the existing sites from IBM developerWorks.
The portal connects you to best practice communities for a variety of IBM Information Management products, including:
DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows (including InfoSphere Warehouse, IBM Smart Analytics System, DB2 pureScale)
DB2 for z/OS
InfoSphere Master Data Management
InfoSphere Information Server
with more products joining us in upcoming months.
The best practice papers, technical presentations, and videos published in each community cover a wide range of topics to help you plan, design, implement, tune, and monitor your solutions so they perform at their best in your environments, potentially saving you time and resources. The best practices are written and tested by IBM technical experts who work in the development and quality assurance teams that created the product features, and who work with customers like you to determine the best ways to efficiently use Information Management products in real world environments.
The best practices portal is also a great vehicle for you to share your experiences and opinions about our best practices, to help us improve them and publish new ones that answer your needs. You can join any or all of the best practice communities to be able to rank best practices and leave comments on any of them. You can also easily share best practices with your friends and colleagues on a variety of social media.
Come visit us and let us know what you like and what you need!
The DB2 Guys