Today, we are pleased to announce the general availability of IBM Cloud Pak for Data V3.0. Over the past two years we have advanced our platform from a collection of mostly IBM data services to a robust end-to-end data & AI solution that serves, along with the other IBM Cloud Paks. With V3.0,
A colleague recently shared a great quote with me from a mainframe CTO expounding on which platform is the “blue ribbon” winner for managing data across mainframe, IBM i, UNIX and Windows.
“While everyone scurried around to figure out what platform won,
a clear victor emerged: data”
As organizations become more data-driven, they need to manage large volumes of data in a simplified and cost-effective way in order to remain competitive and nimble. Data stored in various data repositories, whether it be generated by client-facing applications or different internal and external
When people dream about becoming a baker or a pastry chef, they often think about the delicious pastries they'll create, delighting their patrons with towering cakes wrapped in impossibly smooth fondant. But very rarely does anyone start off by thinking about the preparation involved in baking…
Two of the greatest challenges faced by organizations today are the rising volume of data and the lack of confidence to act on the insights this data reveals. Fortunately, there are AI-fueled data management solutions that directly address these two challenges to make data simple and accessible.
In the years leading to 2020, public cloud databases were commonly seen as “dev/test” environments for applications living on-premises. And while this use case is important and should continue to be implemented across IT functions, businesses must expand more workloads into cloud to realize
It’s been one year since we launched IBM Cloud Pak for Data (previously IBM Cloud Private for Data), IBM's data and AI platform for today's modern enterprise. Since then, this platform has been embraced by hundreds of customers, and Forrester ranked it No. 1 in their “Enterprise Insights Platform”
Oracle generated a lot of buzz prior to Oracle OpenWorld 2017 last September with their announcement of the world’s first self-driving database - Oracle Autonomous Database. However, not many details were released at announcement time. Now that the first Oracle Autonomous Database service,