Alabama DB2 Users Group
We would like to welcome you to our site.
ADUG is an affiliate of the International DB2 Users Group (IDUG).
2016 ADUG Fall Meeting
The Alabama DB2 User's Group Fall meeting will be held:
Tuesday, October 4, 2016
at Aldridge Gardens in Hoover, AL.
Speakers will include: Terry Purcell, IBM and Bonnie Baker.
Visit our Events page for more information and the complete meeting agenda when it becomes available.
When available the entire presentations can be found and downloaded on our Archives page.
If you are interested in becoming a member of ADUG, please send an email to Gail Myers
The entire presentations from the 2016 Spring Meeting can be found and downloaded on our Archives page.
2016 ADUG Spring Meeting
Meeting Notes for our ADUG full day meeting on April 26, 2016:
First, ADUG would like to thank our speakers:
Gerald Hodge from HLS Technologies, Inc. email@example.com and Robert Catterall, IBM, firstname.lastname@example.org, for their informative DB2 presentations at our meeting on April 26, 2016.
A big thank you to Julia Johnston at IBM, IM Analytics Platform Technical Sales Manager – Southeast, email@example.com for sponsoring our ADUG lunch. We all enjoyed that very nice lunch from Full Moon Bar B Que!
We would also like to thank the members that attended. Without your support, we could not have such a successful DB2 User’s Group!
A welcome to our ADUG friend and now our new IDUG IBM liaison, Grant Moister, DB2z Advisor, IBM zAnalytics, firstname.lastname@example.org
The number of ADUG members attending the meeting was fifty! Great speakers always draw the bigger crowds and this meeting was no exception.
The support of our vendors is greatly appreciated:
- HLS Technologies, Inc., - www.hlstechnologies.com
- IBM - http://www-01.ibm.com/software/data/db2/zos/family/db211/
- GTSoftware - www.gtsoftware.com
- C B I - www.cbi4you.com
We also want to thank C B I for their efforts in building and sponsoring the new ADUG Web site.
Thanks to the board members¸ Larry Long, Gail Myers, Bruce Fuller and Judy Nall for all their efforts setting up the meeting!