Modernize your existing capabilities: All data, anywhere with Db2 for IBM Cloud Pak for Data

Overview

What is Db2?

IBM® Db2® is a family of data management products, including the Db2 relational database. The products feature AI-powered capabilities to help you modernize the management of both structured and unstructured data across on premises and multicloud environments. By helping to make your data simple and accessible, the Db2 family positions your business to pursue the value of AI.

Now you can experience the enterprise readiness of Db2 products on an integrated data management and analytics platform, IBM Cloud Pak® for Data. Most of the Db2 family is available on the platform, either as an add-on or an included data source service, making virtually all of your data available across hybrid or multicloud environments to fuel your AI applications.

Read: Forrester names IBM a leader in The Forrester Wave™: Data Management for Analytics, Q1 2020 

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Benefits

AI-infused data management systems yield faster, deeper insights.

Boost operational efficiencies

Built-in AI and machine learning enable query optimization, adaptive workload management and more.

Modernize your data architecture

Integration with IBM Cloud Pak for Data brings cloud simplicity and standardization to enterprise workloads.

Gain greater flexibility

Hybrid, multicloud deployment options let you collect, manage and analyze data virtually anywhere.

Products

IBM Db2 Database

An enterprise-ready relational database management system designed to deliver resiliency, performance and cost effectiveness for your transactional workloads. Available as an extended service on the IBM Cloud Pak for Data platform to support several use cases.

Db2 Database

Db2 on Cloud

Db2 Warehouse on Cloud

Db2 Warehouse

Db2 Big SQL

Db2 Event Store

Db2 on z/OS

Testimonial

Move your SAP workloads on Oracle to Db2 and realize significant cost savings

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