Tuesday, 12 May 2009

Informix Roundup: 12 May 2009

Blame Fernando for this one, he made a post that reminded me that this roundup might do something useful for someone, somewhere.

Article about compression.

11-page article about getting started with Informix Warehouse.

Fernando again: what's new in IDS 11.50.xC4? Lots!

Redbook on customising IDS for your environment.

The Amazon Web Services blog talks about Informix. More. Even more, including a demo. Plus: the longer the the name, the more you pay!

Informix is still being mentioned by El Reg.

That cunt Gyenes is in the news, but I'm not going to give him any link love.

The death of the IBM Database Magazine and farewell to that hottie Kim Moutsos.

Fernando falls into /dev/null.

The InfoSphere Whorehouse now supports Informix and z/OS.

Guardium supports Informix.

Aqua Data Studio supports Informix.

New InformixOnCampus blog.

New InformixVoices blog.

Norma-Jean is blogging on Informix Zone.

Download the compression ROI tool here.

Maptitude supports Informix.

Ex-Informixer gets a namecheck.

TestCenter 6.0 supports Informix.

Go to the IIUG conference. Because you're worth it.

There is an Informix Tech Day in Italy. Va bene!

Why have a blog called InformixNotes and then spend half your time talking about a technically inferior product?



AntiCitizenOne said...

RE: Article about compression.

It seems to me that if you design your schema badly this will help keep your bad schema going...

Obnoxio The Clown said...

And some people just have a lot of data.

(But don't talk to me about bad schema design!)