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In-Place Analytics with Live Enterprise Data with IBM DB2 Query Management Facility

An IBM Redbooks publication


Published on 21 October 2016

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ISBN-10: 0738442046
ISBN-13: 9780738442044
IBM Form #: SG24-8370-00

Authors: Doug Anderson, Mike Biere, Linus Olson and Shawn Sullivan

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    IBM® DB2® Query Management Facility™ for z/OS® provides a zero-footprint, mobile-enabled, highly secure business analytics solution. IBM QMF™ V11.2.1 offers many significant new features and functions in keeping with the ongoing effort to broaden its usage and value to a wider set of users and business areas. In this IBM Redbooks® publication, we explore several of the new features and options that are available within this new release.

    This publication introduces TSO enhancements for QMF Analytics for TSO and QMF Enhanced Editor. A chapter describes how the QMF Data Service component connects to multiple mainframe data sources to accomplish the consolidation and delivery of data.

    This publication describes how self-service business intelligence can be achieved by using QMF Vision to enable self-service dashboards and data exploration. A chapter is dedicated to JavaScript support, demonstrating how application developers can use JavaScript to extend the capabilities of QMF. Additionally, this book describes methods to take advantage of caching for reduced CPU consumption, wider access to information, and faster performance.

    This publication is of interest to anyone who wants to better understand how QMF can enable in-place analytics with live enterprise data.

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1. Introducing IBM DB2 Query Management Facility for z/OS

    Chapter 2. Virtualizing data by using QMF Data Service

    Chapter 3. Using self-service business intelligence

    Chapter 4. Using JavaScript in QMF

    Chapter 5. Caching

    Chapter 6. Key TSO enhancements

    Appendix A. Additional material


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