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Views: Views, Data Catalog Views, CASE Management Views.. BASIC, SQL,... Unisys Mainframes Conveniently and securely What is a DB2 Accelerator? Unisys mainframe, DB2 accelerator is a tool that was developed to help you manage, control and monitor your data sets more effectively and efficiently. DB2 Accelerators were originally developed for only DB2, but have since been expanded to include other databases including MS SQL, Oracle, Informix and DB2 for z/OS (UNIX). This range of products are designed for end users, business and system administrators, and mainframe personnel to help increase productivity, reduce downtime, and minimize IT costs. Installation Accelerators can be installed on both Windows and Unix platforms. To run under UNIX, all that is required is a suitable C compiler and a UNIX environment. The Accelerator is compatible with DB2 V8 and later. For an overview of the OS on which DB2 Accelerators will run, please refer to the table below. Accelerators are available as a stand-alone product for a single mainframe or as an add-on module for an existing VSE. Note: Windows system requirements are listed in the table below. For information about these requirements for Linux or other UNIX platforms, contact your distributor or local support personnel. Windows System Requirements (Requires a C compiler) Unisys Mainframe Operating System DB2 Accelerator Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 DB2 V9.5 or later. PC-based operating system with a Windows, DOS, or Windows 3.1x operating system, as well as a C compiler or equivalent, is required to install and run Unisys-supported accelerated software. Note: Unisys DB2 Accelerators are only supported on Windows platforms. Compatibility These accelerators have been tested and certified by DB2's independent testing organization for the following environments: DB2 V8.5 and above OS/390, z/OS, AIX, Linux, and UNIX Unix DB2 Releases 6.1, 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, and 7.4 ACD (4.2.