Today, we are taking a major step forward in helping enterprises automate and operationalize AI with the launch of the Standard Plan for Watson OpenScale on IBM Cloud, along with other updates to the offering. In addition, Watson OpenScale is now also available for deployment on cloud or on-premises with IBM Cloud Private for Data.
In consideration of GDPR regulations, IBM has made changes to the IBM Analytics Engine Cloud Service to provide improved security and compliance readiness, and needs you to take certain actions to include those changes as part of your applications. All customers are required to do this irrespective of their geography, or the type of data […]
We’d like to inform you about the withdrawal of support for Apache Spark v2.0 in IBM Analytics for Apache Spark which will end on April 30, 2018. However, this service will continue to support Apache Spark versions under the Spark 2.1.x branch. As part of IBM’s effort to provide a current, secure and GDPR compliant cloud service, several security vulnerabilities are being identified and repaired. A number of them present in Spark v2.0 have been fixed in the Spark v2.1 branch. In addition, Spark 2.1 API is compatible with that of Spark 2.0 with minimal upgrade updates needed to move from version 2.0 to 2.1.x.
We’d like to inform you about the withdrawal of support for Apache Spark v1.6 in IBM Analytics for Apache Spark which will end on March 30, 2018. However, this service will continue to support newer Apache Spark versions under the Spark 2.x branch – namely Spark v2.0 and Spark v2.1.2.
We’d like to inform you about the deprecation of the BigInsights for Apache Hadoop (Basic plan) service. The Basic plan of this service will be retired on December 6, 2017. This does not apply to the Enterprise plan which will continue to be available. The IBM Analytics Engine, built on an advanced architecture and integration points, provides similar functionality to BigInsights for Apache Hadoop (Basic plan). IBM Analytics Engine provides a better experience to spin up Apache Hadoop and Apache Spark clusters, integrate with Data Science Experience and work with data in cloud object storage. It also features newer versions of Apache Spark and Apache Hadoop and related ecosystem components.
The launch of IBM® Analytics Engine marks the start of a new stage in the evolution of big data analytics—which makes it the perfect time for you to reconsider your analytics architecture. If you are struggling to transform big data into business insight, or your company’s adoption of Hadoop and Spark seem to be stalling, please read on to learn more about what IBM Analytics Engine can do for you.
IBM Analytics Engine is going GA The IBM Analytics Engine service will become generally available (GA) on November 1, 2017 The GA version of IBM Analytics Engines includes features such as the ability to spin up Apache Hadoop and Apache Spark clusters, integrate with Data Science Experience and work with data in cloud object storage. […]
We are excited to announce the beta of the IBM Analytics Engine, providing a single Hadoop and Spark service under the Watson Data Platform. It makes it easier for data engineers, data scientists and developers to develop and deploy analytics applications. With integration through Jupyter notebooks in Data Science Experience, IBM Analytics Engine provides the foundation for executing data science and machine learning workloads. The IBM Analytics Engine utilizes the Hortonworks Data Platform as the underlying Hadoop distribution, providing access to a market leading open source Hadoop distribution.