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IBM dashDB for Analytics is now Db2 Warehouse on Cloud

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As IBM’s flagship cloud data warehouse offering, dashDB for Analytics is always looking for ways to enhance your data warehousing experience and make it easier for you to draw insight from your data. Over the past few months, we’ve made significant investments to improve the robustness and functionality of our service and to streamline your journey to the cloud.

We’re rebranding dashDB for Analytics to Db2 Warehouse on Cloud. These changes are effective immediately, and sets the stage for a series of exciting changes to our service over the next three years. Stay tuned and keep an eye on the Bluemix blog for more exciting news!

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