New IBM Cloud Tools Brings in Developer Friendly Analytics and Data Warehouse Services on Bluemix
ARMONK, NY: IBM introduces new cloud tools for IBM’s platform-as-a-service (PaaS), Bluemixfor developers to quickly infuse new analytic capabilities into cloud-based applications.
The new service supports developers to expand the capabilities of their applications to give users a more robust cloud experience, allowing seamless integration of data analytics and visualization in their apps which comprises IBM Streaming Analytics and IBM dashDB.
Now available in open data, IBM Streaming Analytics provides the ability to instantaneously analyze data, and scale thousands of sources on the cloud to extendan easier and more efficient way to visualize data. Giving developers’ time to focus on building important business logic and analytics, the service is completely scalable as it is built dynamically out the infrastructure as needed.
IBM dashDB is made available on high performance, massively scalable cloud data warehouse service. The platform delivers simple and speedy information management, analytics and business intelligence operations on the cloud.
The key offering of IBM dashDB goes as follows: it enables enterprise performance by adding MPP (massively parallel processing) capabilities to enable faster query processing and overall scalability; compatibility enhancements with Oracle and Netezza compatibility; existing ecosystem integration helping to resolve the hardest problems faster with built-in Netezza analytics libraries.
Bluemix catalog comprises more than 100 tools and services of theopen-source technologies combined with IBM and third-party services that allow developers to build, run and manage cloud applications with more flexibility The developer friendly and open standards based solution with IBM Design Thinking methodology claims to create a bridge between the scale of enterprises and the culture of startups, by establishing physical collaboration spaces housed in the heart of thriving entrepreneurial communities around the world.
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