According to a recent IDC report, 79 percent of enterprises are currently investing in a hybrid cloud environment or have planned to invest in towards one in the next twelve months. More businesses are looking to do this by adopting public cloud deployments for their data management needs.
Big data doesn’t need to be a daunting challenge for small or midsized business (SMBs). Accessing, storing and exploring big data can be done by businesses of any size. An influx of data from sensors, streaming audio and video log files, web, and social media are increasing the volume, velocity,
If your business hasn’t already embraced a multiple-cloud strategy, it’s likely that one is in your near future. Recent research shows that 85 percent of companies already operate in multicloud environments, and 98 percent of companies plan to be multicloud by 2021.
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IBM announced Informix V14.10 at Think 2019, revealing a host of new capabilities to clients and partners in attendance. Now, after beta testing with more than 25 customers and partners, it is available to the public.
Instead of choosing between multiple download options, anyone can now download and use a single, full-featured version of Db2 for as long as they want, without paying fees, contacting an IBM sales person, providing a credit card, getting on a mailing list or enduring adware.
Matthias Funke and Thomas Chu lead the team shaping IBM's strategy for hybrid data management. They join host Al Martin for a deep dive into trends around data management across cloud environments — from private, to public, to multicloud.
Michael Willette, assistant vice president and technical fellow at USAA, comes on Making Data Simple to discuss database methods in the finance industry. Michael has an extensive, technical background as an architect and senior programmer. He shares his journey, current view on the market, emerging