In 2016 and beyond, the data warehouse will continue to be relevant, but the new requirement will be for hybrid data warehouse solutions. As organizations strive to be more data-driven, new types of analytics are coming to the forefront. IBM has again been named a leader in the Gartner Magic
Keep the insights coming from IBM InterConnect 2016 with this episode of the Open for Data podcast, in which Adrian Bowles of RTInsights shares his perspective on what open source initiatives mean for big data analytics.
IBM InterConnect 2016 may now be history, but the premier cloud and mobile conference was center stage for a historical abundance of announcements concerning cloud data services, open analytics, cognitive Internet of Things, and more.
February 2016 has brought a whirlwind of announcements by IBM that are woven together by a predominate open data and open analytics thread. Many of these announcements were made at IBM InterConnect 2016. Take an opportunity to catch up on all these exciting announcements in this comprehensive
Open source analytics is transforming every segment of cloud data services, big data analytics, cognitive computing and other key insight economy technology enablers. See what some leading industry experts have to say about what they think are the most promising open source analytics initiatives
Seems like not log ago service-oriented architecture (SOA) was all the rage. What happened to it? Where did it go? Take a look at one perspective that connects a line of ancestry for microservices architecture and imminent edge-oriented, big data analytics microservices from the SOA era.
Busy executives that need to make vital business or investment decisions don’t want to wait for days or weeks for an answer to a question they put to analysts or receive incomplete information or analysis with spurious results. Fortunately, analysts today can access cloud-based data services that
Today, IBM Cloud Data Services is announcing that we’re officially open for data. Our new range of cloud-based tools is designed squarely to address not only the challenges of the modern enterprise, but also the new breed of data handlers driving the enterprise forward.
Modern cloud solutions for analytics and information management will play a significant role in enabling and simplifying self-service access to the right data at the right time by all those who need it and have a right to use it. But this approach will require a process led by a strategy that takes
When it comes to cloud deployments of analytics and information management (AIM) technology, it is no longer a question of why to adopt cloud solutions but rather when and how. Today's modern cloud solutions are open for business - open for your data and open for your applications.
IBM has been around for over 100 years, and for the past 23, it's netted more utility patents than any other company. 2015 was no exception: of the 7,355 patents filed, nearly 2,000 of them were tied to cloud innovation. But how useful are these patents?
When looking for course-changing insight, connecting the dots of information can range from meticulous exercises to bursts of inspiration. However this wow-factor insight may be derived, it can take organizations and industries on a new trajectory characterizing the dawn of an era in which
Although the weather can frequently be the go-to topic when engaging in small talk, it is very much intertwined with deeper discussions around the environment, global warming, and reducing carbon emissions. A rising tide of sensor-derived, Internet of Things data is now fueling a worldwide focus on