There’s a lot to love about open-source technology. Based on the idea that a community of people can iterate on and improve something better than a single person, team, or even company, open-source promises continuous innovation and community support.
By 2025, there will be 180 trillion gigabytes of data in the world, compared to only 10 trillion gigabytes in 2015. Of this, 90 percent will be unstructured, which is why many organizations are adopting open source data lake technologies such as Apache Hadoop to handle this expanding volume and
While the proliferation of data will be readily apparent, deciding what to do in response will be less straightforward. The majority of workloads currently sit in traditional, on-premises environments but we’ll see many of them move to private and public clouds over the next over the next five
Machine learning is being used at the heart of next- generation methods for self-driving cars, facial recognition, fraud detection and much more. At IBM, we’re applying machine learning methods to SQL processing so databases can literally learn from experience.
Information analytics has never been a “one size fits all” proposition. That applies to the hardware and software technologies organizations employ, the information being parsed and the goals of specific projects.
Data is a potent business resource and the key to gaining and maintaining competitive advantage. Last month, IBM and Hortonworks announced a partnership to bring data science to the world on an open platform, offering Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP) along with IBM Data Science Experience (DSX) and
How do you change the culture and the concepts of governance within your enterprise from being that as a roadblock to really being an enabler or even an accelerant? Learn more about unified governance approaches from speakers like Seth Dobrin, VP and Chief Data Officer, IBM Analytics, IBM, at Fast
January marked the release of the long awaited Hidden Figures movie featuring an all-star cast and highlighting the contributions of both women and IBM's technology to history. Hidden Figures tells the true story of three African-American female mathematicians, Katherine Johnson, Mary Jackson, and
The grand finale of the first IBM France Sparkathon invited Apache Spark developers to outthink the frontiers of client insights. Get the details on this event held during the IBM Business Connect conference and the application that took the top prize.
Businesses that engage in digital transformation can transform their activities, processes and models to fully leverage opportunities provided by advanced digital technologies. See how a telecommunications provider built a real-time big data analytics platform that harnesses the power of cognitive
Advances in tools and the capability to work with cloud-based data sets are dramatically changing the nature of data science workloads. Take a look at one data scientist’s quest to learn more about performing data science analysis in the cloud.
Nancy Hensley, director of offering management for IBM Analytics speaks with Rob Thomas, vice president of development for analytics, at IBM, on the subject of business transformation, leading to a discussion of the data maturity curve.