IBM Information Management Redbooks



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1. Servlet and JSP Programming with IBM WebSphere Studio and VisualAge for Java, SG24-5755-00
Published 16 May 2000, Rating: (based on 5 reviews)
2. IBM Cognos Business Intelligence V10.1 Handbook, SG24-7912-00
Published 25 Oct 2010, Rating: (based on 5 reviews)
3. Data Modeling Techniques for Data Warehousing, SG24-2238-00
Published 26 Feb 1998, Rating: (based on 15 reviews)
4. Stored Procedures, Triggers, and User-Defined Functions on DB2 Universal Database for iSeries, SG24-6503-02
Published 24 Oct 2006, Rating: (based on 7 reviews)
5. IBM InfoSphere DataStage Data Flow and Job Design, SG24-7576-00
Published 7 Jul 2008, Rating: (based on 9 reviews)
6. InfoSphere DataStage Parallel Framework Standard Practices, SG24-7830-00
Published 30 Jul 2010, last updated 12 Feb 2013, Rating: (based on 1 review)
7. Dimensional Modeling: In a Business Intelligence Environment, SG24-7138-00
Published 27 Mar 2006, last updated 31 Jul 2012, Rating: (based on 77 reviews)
8. IBM FileNet P8 Platform and Architecture, SG24-7667-01
Published 15 Apr 2011, last updated 21 Apr 2011, Rating: (based on 2 reviews)
9. IBM Cognos Dynamic Cubes, SG24-8064-00
Published 4 Oct 2012, Rating: (based on 4 reviews)
10. IBM FileNet Content Manager Implementation Best Practices and Recommendations, SG24-7547-01
Published 7 Jun 2013, Rating: (based on 19 reviews)

The above is a list of the most popular IBM Redbooks publications on Information Management. Most of these Redbooks are available in Adobe PDF format and may be viewed online or downloaded for offline viewing and printing. Read our How to buy page for details on how to order a bound hardcopy.




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