The IBM Insight conference was last week and on the long flight home I was thinking how this year’s conference was different from previous years’ events. Here are my five big takeaways from this year’s conference.
There is way too much open source. With open source the landscape of file managers, DBMS, and other products . . . → Read More: 5 Important Ideas from IBM Insight Conference
The IBM Insight Conference is again happening in Las Vegas this year, and there are many great presentations about all the IBM portfolio of products on the agenda. The history of the IBM Insight Conference comes from its roots as the DB2 . . . → Read More: IBM Insight Conference 2015
At the recent Insight and IDUG conferences IBM talked about its many new software products for modern corporation information management. These new products handle the constant flow of inexhaustible big data from new data resources like social data from Facebook, Twitter and other sources; location or motion data from the Internet of things, phones or . . . → Read More: IBM Big SQL Interface Out-Performs the Others
The IBM Insight Conference has just completed. There were several major software, partnership, and direction announcements. All of these announcements were crowded into a very busy technical conference of presentations by IBM, third party software vendors, IBM business partners, and industry consultants who spoke about their ideas, practices and solutions.
The IBM Insight Conference sessions . . . → Read More: INSIGHT Conference Trip Report
The first IBM INSIGHT conference is next week. It was formerly known as the Information on Demand conference which was formerly known as the DB2 Technical Conference way back when it all started. Over the years the IDUG conferences around the world and the IBM conferences by their various names have always been great for . . . → Read More: INSIGHT DB2 Family Schedule: Too Many Choices, Too Little Time
The International DB2 User Group (IDUG) conference is always great for talking with my long time DB2 friends, DB2 experts who have been working with systems for decades, and other colleagues who know the truth about IT politics, costs, and the real problems we . . . → Read More: IDUG Conference – 4 Reasons Why It’s Extremely Valuable
The IDUG European conference celebrated 30 years for DB2 z/OS, 25 years of IDUG conferences, and 20 years of DB2 LUW. With colleagues from around the world the IDUG conference helped everyone share their knowledge: company data management issues, problem situations; and understand what has been successful and what has failed. As I wrote last . . . → Read More: IDUG Europe 2013 — More Details on the 3 Topics on Everyone’s Mind
This year DB2 celebrates 30 years of helping clients. The IDUG conferences are always great venues to connect with colleagues from around the world. The stories about companies, projects, and tools are very valuable to understand the truth, the hype, what is working, and how it is being done. The following three topics seem to . . . → Read More: IDUG Europe 2013 – 4 Topics on Everyone’s Mind
During the Big Data DAMA-NCR Meeting in Washington D.C. this week, I heard from Svetlana Sicular, Research Director of Data Management Strategies at Gartner Group; Raul F. Chong, Senior Big Data and Cloud Program Manager at IBM; and John Adler and Madina Kassengaliyeva from Think Big Analytics.
Their insights into Big Data projects were quite . . . → Read More: Big Data Day Recap — 5 Very Interesting Items
As I talked recently in my blog “Big Data: 5 Considerations for Disaster Recovery,” Big Data disaster recovery drives companies to intense analysis of the big data usage and its importance. Getting the business to discuss and define the Recovery Time Objective (RTO) and Recovery Point Objective (RPO) for Big Data is a very . . . → Read More: 3 Big Data Disaster Recovery Performance Factors