Colin White and I recently wrote a white paper for IBM titled Technology Innovations for Enhanced Database Management and Advanced BI. In it we discussed the fact that IT leaders across all industries need to review and enhance their information architecture to support new requirements, such as big
In this episode of "Talking Big Data," we turn over the microphone to one of our clients, Jean-Marc Blaise, an experience DB2 user and consultant. Like many database administrators, users and consultants, he has questions about "big data." He will pose those questions to Leon Katsnelson, IBM
You can’t declare something mature until it has stopped developing. By that criterion, the big-data market is far from mature. It continues to foster an impressive amount of innovation into new types of databases, analytical approaches and applications that infuse data-driven optimization into
When thinking of use cases for big data analytics, consider your need for immediacy. Do you have the need to know now, not just the ability to know now? In other words, would you do something differently at that moment if you knew the answer immediately?