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Dinesh Nirmal
Chief Product Officer, IBM Cloud Paks and VP Cloud Integration, IBM

Dinesh joined IBM Poughkeepsie in 1997 as part of SAP porting team to z/OS after finishing MS in CS, MBA in Finance and BS in Chemistry from SUNY.  In 2001, Dinesh moved to Silicon valley lab to work under Curt Cotner, IBM Fellow for JDBC/SQLJ application development. Dinesh moved into management within DB2 in 2004 and was promoted to senior manager for DB2 optim tools development in 2007. Dinesh moved back to DB2 managing all of DB2 development in 2010 and was offered IMS Director role in 2012. Dinesh was promoted to VP, Smarter Process in 2014. Dinesh became Silicon Valley Site Exec in June of 2015 along with the VP of z Analytics. In March of 2016, Dinesh also took on Big Data as part of his organization.

IBM Cloud Pak for Data: Two years of modernizing your data for AI

IBM Cloud Pak for Data: Two years of modernizing your data for AI

June 10, 2020 | by Dinesh Nirmal, Chief Product Officer, IBM Cloud Paks and VP Cloud Integration, IBM
In early 2018, I had a conversation with some of my leadership team about what we could build to address our client’s most pressing needs. We knew data was growing at an exponential rate, and analytics were critical. Our decision was to build a data and AI platform, one single platform that clients...
Learning machine learning? Six articles you don’t want to miss

Learning machine learning? Six articles you don’t want to miss

September 28, 2017 | by Dinesh Nirmal, Chief Product Officer, IBM Cloud Paks and VP Cloud Integration, IBM
Digital disruption has revolutionized the way we live and do business — and machine learning is the latest wave of that revolution.
What data scientists can do with better machine learning

What data scientists can do with better machine learning

June 14, 2017 | by Dinesh Nirmal, Chief Product Officer, IBM Cloud Paks and VP Cloud Integration, IBM
Smart companies are finding new ways to squeeze more value out of their massive data storehouses. They’re unlocking insights from their data that build new business models, improve customer experiences and outpace competitors. So where do these business-changing insights come from?
Why a cloud first strategy can benefit customers with IBM BigInsights on Cloud

Why a cloud first strategy can benefit customers with IBM BigInsights on Cloud

May 17, 2016 | by Dinesh Nirmal, Chief Product Officer, IBM Cloud Paks and VP Cloud Integration, IBM
With BigInsights having established itself as a leader and with IBM focused on a Cloud First Strategy, we saw the opportunity to help customers reduce these capital and management costs, to enable them to focus on running the analytics for business advantage while providing BigInsights on a dynamic...