Aginity Launches Unique SQL Analytic Management Experience for IBM Db2

IBM Db2 customers can now discover, manage, and share SQL in a collaborative environment using Aginity Pro and Aginity Premium.

Chicago, Illinois, October 23, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Aginity, the only active analytics catalog company, announced today Aginity Pro and Aginity Premium now support IBM Db2, a family of data management products that helps you more effectively manage structured and unstructured data in on-premises and cloud environments.

As the leading enterprise in analytic management, Aginity builds next-generation solutions that empower data analysts, data engineers, and data scientists to work more efficiently and collaboratively. Aginity products make every line of SQL searchable, reusable, and shareable across teams and departments—which, in turn, drives actionable results and business growth.

“We’ve worked closely with IBM for several years and are excited to be extending support for the IBM Db2 family of products in Aginity Pro and Aginity Premium.  Our joint customers will now be able to easily manage, share, and reuse their SQL consistently in a highly collaborative environment on-premises or in the cloud,” said Paul Schaut, CEO of Aginity. 

Developers using Aginity to write SQL for IBM Db2 will now be able to quickly author queries and take advantage of IBM Db2 features such as in-memory technology, storage optimization, workload management, actionable compression, and continuous data availability.

IBM Db2 customers can now experience Aginity’s cutting-edge, time and money-saving tools while working with an industry-leading data warehouse. For instance, you can: 

  • Locate any line of shared SQL instantly–and execute it in the code editor without copying and pasting 
  • Use rich metadata to make analytics meaningful to everyone.  Understand the context and value of data and analytics without running a single line of code 
  • Make your SQL private and secure. Limit who has access to each line of code, so each analytic workflow stage can remain protected or public
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