Where is my content?
If you’re looking for developerWorks content or a Support forum and ended up here, don’t panic! You are in the right place. The content you’re looking for. This page will help you find the content you are looking for, get answers to your questions, and find a new community to call home.
The IBM developerWorks site has been decommissioned, and its forums, blogs and other Connections content migrated to here the IBM Community.
The forum content formerly located under the IBM Support site has been moved to the IBM Community.
Where am I? What is this “IBM Community” of which you speak?
This legacy welcome page is part of the IBM Community site, a collection of communities of interest for various IBM solutions and products, everything from Security to Data Science, Integration to LinuxONE, Public Cloud or Business Analytics. This is where anyone—customers, partners, students, IBMers, and others—can come together to collaborate, ask questions, share knowledge, and support each other in their everyday work efforts.
Each solution, concept, or topic area has its own group. For example, the Data Management community contains topic and user groups related to database products, technologies, and solutions, such as Db2 LUW , Db2 Z/os , Netezza(DB2 Warehouse), Informix and many others.
Navigating the Community is simple: Choose the community in which you’re interested from the Community menu at the top of the page. In each community, choose your group from either the Topic Group menu, or from its group tile in the community page itself. Want to join? Just click one of the many Join buttons on a group tile or the group page to become a member!
What was wrong with the way it was?
The way it was didn’t serve product users as well as we wanted, and was not as clear on where to look for answers and information so as to be the most useful.
As a product user, we know how frustrating it is to go to a corporate site and think, “Okay, now where do I go to get my answers?” And what is more frustrating than going to three different internal corporate sites to find what you’re looking for? We wanted to alleviate that. By moving the content to the IBM Community, we provide a single, centralized location where people can: Read and write forum posts; blog about IBM products; store or find files and other content such as videos, whitepapers, PDFs, etc; be notified of events; and have access to other product users.
We invite you to come explore the community, join the groups of interest to you, and participate in the discussions that are ongoing. After all, a community space is the best place to get answers to your questions.