With the publication of Gartner’s 2019 Magic Quadrant (MQ) for Operational Database Management Systems, we were happy to see recognition of some of our key efforts from the past year. The integration of the Db2 common SQL engine and other rich features, edition simplification, commitment to
The future of banking is transforming. From changing customer behavior and expectations, rapid innovation in digital technology, burgeoning regulatory requirements, and the macroeconomic environment, the very definition of financial services is changing. For banks to stay relevant, they need to
In the latest release of IBM Cloud Pak for Data, v2.5 has three key themes: Red Hat integration, new key built-in capabilities like Watson tools and runtimes, and a heavy focus on open source .(https://www.ibmbigdatahub.com/blog/announcing-cloud-pak-for-data-2-5). Open source is widely adopted in
From reading the news headlines of yet another retail chain closing its stores, one can easily be left with the impression that we’re in a retail apocalypse. But in reality, the overall retail industry is very strong and healthy—especially online.
What we’re witnessing however, is a transformation
Gartner analysts Merv Adrian and Donald Feinberg in a February 2018 report predict that “by 2022, more than 70 percent of new applications developed by corporate users will run on an open source database management system.” This isn’t surprising given the influx of multiple types of data from
At IBM, we led the humans to the moon and coined the term machine learning 50 years ago. Now we are helping organizations scale the ladder to AI to reap rewards in growth, productivity and efficiency with IBM Watson. This journey to AI mirrors the history of travel. In this blog, I’ll describe how
This unified end-to-end platform, Cloud Pak for Data, delivers these data and AI capabilities as container-based microservices that help to power new and existing enterprise applications to run on cloud or on-premises. The platform makes it easy to implement data-driven processes and operations and