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Db2 version 11.5 has added drivers for leading AI languages to help ease AI app dev with Db2; new natural language querying and visualization capabilities designed to help speed data search; an updated common SQL engine to make Db2 more accessible to more data sources.

Posted June 10, 2019

SnapLogic, provider of an Intelligent Integration Platform, is now a certified CoupaLink Technology Partner after successfully completing the certification to integrate with the Coupa Business Spend Management (BSM) Platform. SnapLogic's new Coupa connector uses Coupa's REST-based APIs to enable seamless data flow to and from the Coupa BSM Platform.

Posted June 07, 2019

DBTA's next Data Summit conference will be held May 19-20, 2020, with pre-conference workshops on Monday, May 18. The conference will return to the Hyatt Regency Boston.

Posted June 06, 2019

Google LLC has entered into an agreement to acquire Looker, a unified platform for business intelligence, data applications, and embedded analytics, in a $2.6 billion all-cash transaction. Upon the close of the acquisition, Looker will join Google Cloud.

Posted June 06, 2019

The world of data management and administration is rapidly changing as organizations digitally transform. In a presentation at Data Summit 2019, Craig S. Mullins, Craig S. Mullins, president & principal consultant, Mullins Consulting, Inc., looked at how database management systems are changing and adapting to modern IT needs.

Posted May 30, 2019

Enterprise agility isn't a single initiative but rather a collection of activities and technologies that lead toward that goal. This includes adoption of microservices, containers, and Kubernetes to increase the flexibility of systems, applications, and data by releasing them from underlying hardware. In addition, practices such as DevOps are helping to increase the level of collaboration possible for fast-moving enterprises.

Posted May 30, 2019

As Data Summit 2019 comes to a close, John O'Brien, principal advisor and CEO, Radiant Advisors, looked at lessons learned from this year's conference during his closing keynote. Companies are not lacking in technology options; in most cases, more advanced technologies exist than can be absorbed into the organization all at once.

Posted May 23, 2019

As we move into a new computing era, technology has outstripped society in its ability to up-end labor markets and industries, as well as personal lives. In a panel discussion at Data Summit 2019, Sue Feldman, president, Synthexis, David Bayer, Executive Director, Cognitive Computing Consortium, Tom Wilde, CEO, Indico, and Steven Cohen, COO, co-founder, Basis Technology, explored the ethical and legal issues that computing advances have raised.

Posted May 22, 2019

AI is already having a significant impact for the U.S. government, including defense and intelligence community use cases, and is also providing game-changing capabilities for global enterprises in a range of industries, including financial services, life sciences, and technology. In a presentation at Data Summit 2019,  titled "Solving Business Problems in Government, Financial Services," Amy Guarino, COO, Kyndi, offered real-world examples of how AI is driving measurable benefits in a range of industry sectors, and discussed the importance of explainable AI to regulated industries like financial services and healthcare, where being able to justify the reasoning behind algorithmic decisions is essential.

Posted May 22, 2019

There are new technologies that contribute to speed and scale of a modern data platform. But as data size and complexity increase with Big Data, data quality and data integration issues must still be addressed. At Data Summit 2019 Prakriteswar Santikary, VP & Global Chief Data Officer, ERT discussed how to create the architecture of a modern, cloud-based, real-time data integration and analytics platform that ingests any type of clinical data (structured, unstructured, binary, lab values, etc.) at scale from any data sources, during his presentation, "Designing a Fast, Scalable Data Platform."

Posted May 22, 2019

In a keynote at Data Summit 2019 titled "Digital Transformation Is Business Transformation: How to Incorporate AI Technology Into a 130-Year-Old Company" Helena Deus, technology research director, Elsevier, showcased how the company combines content and data with analytics and technology to help researchers to make new discoveries and have more impact on society, and clinicians to treat patients better and save more lives.

Posted May 22, 2019

The second day of Data Summit 2019 opened up with "Data and Donuts," a presentation featuring Paul Wolmering, VP worldwide sales engineering, Actian Corporation. His discussion focused on next-generation cloud data warehousing and what it takes to deliver insights from real-time data economically and at scale with hybrid data regardless of location, in the cloud, on-premises or both.

Posted May 22, 2019

At Data Summit 2019, Matthew Deyette, chief customer officer, presented a keynote titled The Evolution of Big Data Analytics, Data Summit 2019. Data availability for AI, regardless of what the goal is, is a critical problem, said Deyette.

Posted May 21, 2019

A.M. Turing Award Laureate and database technology pioneer Michael Stonebraker delivered the welcome keynote at Data Summit 2019, titled "Big Data, Technological Disruption, and the 800-Pound Gorilla in the Corner."

Posted May 21, 2019

Whether the enterprise is completely new to machine learning (ML) or it has already trained and deployed a model from scratch, Google Cloud Platform has a variety of tools to help the company start using ML right now. Sara Robinson, developer advocate, Google, centered her presentation around the basics of machine learning during her Data Summit 2019 presentation, "Exploring Machine Learning on the Google Cloud Platform."

Posted May 21, 2019

With edge computing becoming the next big thing, AI on-the-edge is quickly following suit. It unlocks a whole new world of possibilities, including predicting customer needs before they even know them. To tap into this opportunity, organizations don't need to choose a risky "all in" approach; a small iterative approach reduces the risk while ensuring edge AI projects aligns the overall business strategy.

Posted May 21, 2019

The customer experience (CX) is prime territory for employing AI technologies. Built upon mobile use and location data, bot services help customers with a variety of services, ranging from in-room amenities and dinner reservations to event tickets.

Posted May 21, 2019

Depending on who you talk to, AI will either enable massive productivity gains from your employees or replace them entirely. All the debating aside, AI is coming, and companies need to understand how to harness it.

Posted May 21, 2019

At Data Summit 2019, Susan E. Feldman, president, Synthexis, and David Bayer, executive director, Cognitive Computing Consortium, offered an overview of key cognitive computing considerations in a workshop titled "Cognitive Computing 101."

Posted May 20, 2019

DataOps is a modern engineering practice that can improve the speed and accuracy of analytics. In a pre-conference workshop at Data Summit 2019, Mark Marinelli, head of product at Tamr, identified the processes, technologies, and roles involved in DataOps to improve the speed and availability of data for analytics—as well as the common pitfalls to avoid. 

Posted May 20, 2019

Machine learning (ML) is on the rise at businesses hungry for greater automation and intelligence with use cases spreading across industries. At the same time, most projects are still in the early phases. From selecting data sets and data platforms to architecting and optimizing data pipelines, there are many success factors to keep in mind.

Posted May 20, 2019

It is still early for the use of cognitive technologies and AI, but many organizations are exploring the potential it holds across a range of industries. Retail, banking, healthcare, and manufacturing are industries leading the charge to leverage AI today. At the same time, concerns persist.

Posted May 16, 2019

SnapLogic is releasing the May 2019 version of the SnapLogic Intelligent Integration Platform, extending its leadership in AI-enabled integration. This latest release adds several new core platform, API management, and data science capabilities, driving greater productivity and insights for users while accelerating enterprise-wide innovation and automation initiatives.

Posted May 15, 2019

AI on-the-edge is an emerging development, unlocking a whole new world of possibilities, including predicting customer needs before they even know them. But edge AI seems like it's only a game for the most cutting-edge companies like Apple, Amazon, or Tesla, to name a few. Traditional enterprises aren't really embracing it out of fear it may cost too much or due to uncertainty about the potential ROI.

Posted May 15, 2019

Oracle has launched a new Oracle Cloud Solution Hub in Kuala Lumpur, and has been recruiting to fill close to 150 new positions for the new facility with experienced and highly trained cloud consultants.

Posted May 15, 2019

MarkLogic has announced embedded machine learning and other features in MarkLogic Data Hub 5.0 and the MarkLogic 10 multi-model database, providing a complete enterprise solution for integrating, curating, securing, analyzing, and acting on business-critical data.

Posted May 14, 2019

The location of Africa, between the U.S. and China, makes it an ideal place to develop robust manufacturing capabilities with easy access to the world's largest economies. It's just a matter of time before an African city emerges as a bonafide sister city to Silicon Valley itself.

Posted May 09, 2019

Accenture's Bhaskar Ghosh recently reflected on how systems have and will change and the forces driving this transformation. "Boundaries between applications and infrastructure are blurring to the point they're nearly indistinguishable," noted Ghosh.

Posted May 09, 2019

There is a new era of cognitive computing unfolding, and its impact is already being felt across industries, in uses as varied as preventative maintenance tasks at manufacturing plants, improving diagnoses at hospitals, and the implementation of sophisticated chatbots ready to assist us.

Posted May 09, 2019

AntWorks, a global provider of artificial intelligence and intelligent automation solutions powered by fractal science, is introducing ANTstein SQUARE. The platform is a fullstack solution that enables non-technical business users to automate end-to-end business processes quickly, easily, and in a scalable manner.

Posted May 03, 2019

Couchbase is releasing the latest version of Couchbase Mobile, an embedded NoSQL database, enabling developers to create mobile applications and manage data securely.

Posted May 02, 2019

Will the DBA disappear? No, far from it. But specific skills needed by DBAs and certain job roles fulfilled by DBAs will certainly change as we move to the cloud.

Posted May 01, 2019

Machine learning can be used for a variety of roles such as troubleshooting, capacity planning, and performance analysis. Businesses can use machine learning to understand seasonality for trending and forecasting capabilities or view dashboards on data already collected. 

Posted May 01, 2019

Dynatrace, a software intelligence company, is extending its AI-powered platform to include IBM Z support for CICS, IMS, and middleware. The aim is to give customers precise information about the performance of digital services across hybrid environments; from modern cloud applications to the mainframe.

Posted April 29, 2019

Unlike other awards programs that rely on our editorial staff's evaluations, the DBTA Readers' Choice Awards are unique in that the winning information management solutions are chosen by you—the people who actually use them.

Posted April 24, 2019

Kubeflow is a workflow tool which prides itself on making machine learning workflows simple to build, scalable, and portable. It provides graphical end-user tools to set up and define the steps in a pipeline. Most importantly, as data scientists build out their use cases, they add more and more steps and, when using Kubeflow, they end up with a documented, repeatable process.

Posted April 24, 2019

SAP is introducing manufacturing technology innovations, including augmented reality, AI-powered management systems, 3D visualization and self-guided vehicles, to the SAP Manufacturing Suite and the SAP Startup Accelerator for Digital Supply Chain program. With SAP's manufacturing execution software, operators with any smart device can access 3D visual work instructions to help navigate complex assembly steps, raising output, reducing waste and improving on-time delivery.

Posted April 24, 2019

SAP is adding enhancements to its Next-Generation Support concept, including developments to AI-driven features such as incident solution matching and real-time support resources like the Schedule an Expert and Expert Chat services. Through the integration of machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI), these intelligent tools are helping to automate the customer support experience and deliver targeted results in a shorter amount of time.

Posted April 24, 2019

SAP is making enhancements to the SAP HANA database in the cloud and on premise, providing instant access to critical data and extreme performance to democratize in-memory computing. Updates include enhanced cloud support, persistent memory support with Intel, intelligent recommendations for efficient database management, new machine learning (ML) capabilities, hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) certification, improved cost-effective data tiering, and data security enhancements.

Posted April 24, 2019

Quobyte Inc., a developer of modern storage system software, will be offering a TensorFlow plug-in for its distributed file system, providing increased throughput performance and linear scalability for ML-powered applications. Using Quobyte storage with TensorFlow helps to simplify and streamline the operation of machine learning.

Posted April 18, 2019

A new way to sort data to procure insights is emerging called the knowledge graph. For publishers, content is the most important data asset. However, journal articles (and other content) are expressed in formats ideally suited for transmittal and display—not as data for analysis. Creating a knowledge graph to sort through this data, put it in order, and glean insights will be the topic of Bob Kasenchak's, director of business development, Access Innovations, Inc., USA, Data Summit 2019 presentation titled, "From Structured Text to Knowledge Graphs: Creating RDF Triples From Published Scholarly Data."

Posted April 16, 2019

Infotel, a provider of data performance and optimization solutions for z/OS, has announced newly upgraded iDBA-Online product is now generally available in the U.S. The product uses AI to help automatically manage the most efficient maintenance schedule for IBM Db2.

Posted April 15, 2019

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