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IBM won't open source DB2. Is this a surprise?

IBM won't open source DB2...until it makes strategic sense to do so. That is, when it pulls down its competitors' revenue, not its own.

By June 17, 2008


IBM to open-source DB2?

Big Blue is looking into bringing its widely used database software under an open-source license, a U.K. director acknowledges.

By June 16, 2008


IBM to release near-ready DB2 Viper database

Looking to unseat Oracle, Big Blue to provide a release candidate of DB2 Viper, generally available by midyear.

By April 5, 2006


'LAMP' start-up warms to free DB2

ActiveGrid releases lastest open-source tool set for building front ends to business applicatons.

By February 1, 2006


IBM sets DB2 database free

DB2 Express-C is a free version of IBM's flagship database aimed at winning software developers over to its products.

By January 30, 2006


IBM may offer free DB2 database

Big Blue could "potentially offer" a free starter edition of DB2, as part of a strategy to win over developers to its database product.

November 18, 2005


IBM to bring automation to DB2

The "Stinger" release of DB2 Universal Database, due at the end of the year, will incorporate features from IBM's research on autonomic computing for simplifying administration

By May 2, 2004


IBM posts fix for DB2 Linux security flaw

The vulnerability, which affects Linux editions of DB2 version 7, could allow an attacker to seize control of a database's contents.

By September 17, 2003