Powerful, secure, and stable tool that optimizes requested work super faster
November 22, 2021

Powerful, secure, and stable tool that optimizes requested work super faster

Valarie Thomas | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Db2 on cloud

Overall Satisfaction with DB2

My experience using IBM Db2 on Cloud is very good as retrieving data from the database is very fast and can store large files in the database in an easy way. We are able to store data in a different locations and access it from another different location in an easy and smooth way.
  • Very fast to retrieve data from IBM Db2 on Cloud.
  • Store large files in the database in an easy way.
  • Store data and access it in different locations.
  • Runs and scales well on IBMs power-based platforms.
  • Data recovery and back-ups can be complex to new users.
  • Only runs and scales well on IBM power-based platforms.
  • Can be complex to beginners when migrating XML data.
  • Very cheap and easy to install.
  • Storage of large files in the database in an easy way.
  • Back-ups and data recovery measures in place.
IBM Db2 on Cloud is very cheap and easy to install with a large capacity to store XML data and its robustness in the speed to access information on this platform is incredible. It is very easy to upgrade this platform and it is rich in many tools and features. It integrates well with other tools and its ever-improving platform.

Do you think Db2 delivers good value for the price?

Yes

Are you happy with Db2's feature set?

Yes

Did Db2 live up to sales and marketing promises?

Yes

Did implementation of Db2 go as expected?

Yes

Would you buy Db2 again?

Yes

It is very easy to install and get started quickly and the ability to store data in a different location and access it in another location makes it very convenient for our users. Great platform with back-ups and recovery features and the high security for our data is assured when storing on this platform.

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