In a previous blog, I explained how data science capabilities, massive parallel processing (MPP)
and usability improvements in data warehouse appliances can help the bottom line—and why old-fashioned architectures might not cut it. But what does that look like in practice?
Research firm Quark +
A new version of the IBM DB2 for Linux, Unix and Windows (LUW) database was recently released, and it is well fortified with core advances, key management and security features and deployment and availability enhancements. Discover these advancements and much more in a blog series dedicated to this
The modern data warehouse (DW) lives in the cloud and is rapidly evolving into an in-memory platform for high-performance in-database analytics. As evidenced by IBM’s launch last year of dashDB and the latest enhancement release to the service, the fully managed in-memory cloud DW is already a
IBM this week announced dashDB, which brings cloud-based modernization to data warehousing and analytics. dashDB helps customers to ensure that infrastructure doesn't stand in the way of them realizing fast value from an agile enterprise data warehouse. Many smaller and mid-sized users have little