Beat the database migration status quo by adopting IBM Bluemix Lift, a self-service ground-to-cloud database migration offering that you can use to boost the speed, reliability and security of your database migration.
IBM extended Big SQL, which was formerly exclusive to the IBM Open Platform (IOP), to the Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP) in September 2016. I recently spoke with Berni Schiefer, an IBM fellow in the IBM Analytics group, to learn more about the offering and the ongoing IBM focus on SQL.
IBM Bluemix Lift makes it easy to quickly, securely and reliably migrate your database from on-premises data centers to an IBM Bluemix cloud data property. Try IBM Bluemix Lift, and read more from the offering manager.
Database migration is not any database administrator’s idea of fun—not even close. By far, the database migration status quo can be the least interesting and most dreaded part of the job. Check out an advanced self-service, ground-to-cloud database migration offering for handling database migration
Sooner or later, you will likely adopt a hybrid cloud. Regardless of how you arrived at that point, you realize that you need to understand how to deploy and manage a mixed environment efficiently—and you have to do it soon.
Security and databases are inseparable in this day and age. How can you ensure your data is protected? Take a look at this overview of four security essentials for organizational database environments.
On the heels of several key announcements to broaden the IBM Cloud Data Services portfolio, see how a wide range of technologies can be implemented in a cloud-based, data warehouse architecture to support operational and analytical workloads.
C-level executives often wonder why the work to resolve complex problems seems to never get done while the organization clearly has the data science talent at hand. Skill sets alone often don’t cut it; the key to problem solving is matching the DNA of the problem to the DNA of fit-for-purpose
This white paper evaluates performance capabilities of leading-edge business intelligence (BI) platforms.
The research makes a comparison study of IBM Cognos BI and IBM DB2 with BLU Acceleration on IBM Power Systems, SAP BusinessObjects and HANA, Oracle Business Intelligence and Exadata, and
Database managers are looking for a solution that capitalizes on the performance advantages of in-memory data storage, placing the highest value data in main server memory where it can be quickly accessed and processed. At the same time, you do not want your database solution to be limited to main