Workbench for Db2®
Make Db2 application development easier
Although many application developers require Db2 catalog information for their projects, they are often dependent on their database administrators to access that information. BMC Workbench for Db2—which is available as part of several mainframe solutions at no additional charge—takes the burden off of your DBAs and empowers your developers.
- Provides easy-to-navigate access to Db2 catalog information
- Facilitates pre-production SQL tuning to improve application performance
- Allows you to organize relevant database information into custom workspaces
- Tablet interface enables modern, mobile access to mainframe apps and DBA tasks
Interact with Db2 information with a user-friendly interface
By presenting Db2 database information in an intuitive graphical user interface, Workbench for Db2 makes database information easier to understand and faster to manipulate. Use Workbench for Db2 to explore the database catalog, test your SQL against performance thresholds, and build custom workspaces according to the needs of your projects.
Take advantage of a familiar, web-based interface
Unlike the traditional TSO/ISPF environments, the web-based dashboard-style front end will put your developers at ease and allow them to explore and interact with the database on their own.
Enforce data security and access
Uphold existing security and permissions, limiting users to only the data and actions for which they have been cleared.
Organize information into workspaces
Define, save, and share workspaces—collections of database objects and information that can be used throughout the development process.
Compare multiple versions of an SQL query
Use advanced EXPLAIN capabilities to test your SQL so you can tune your application for optimal performance.
Root out potential performance issues
Check your code against established best practices and performance thresholds to make sure your application will measure up.
Copy and paste DDL
Extract DDL (or HDDL) strings from one Db2 subsystem so that you can re-execute them in another.