cloud object storage

June 21, 2018

Jumpstart your move to IBM Cloud with Mass Data Migration

IBM Cloud Mass Data Migration is the newest addition to the IBM Data Transfer Portfolio offering a fast, simple, secure way to physically transport terabytes to petabytes of data to the IBM Cloud. An alternative to over-the-network options, Mass Data Migration enables clients to use one or multiple devices to accommodate any size workload, overcome […]

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June 12, 2018

Serverless log file analysis with web scale using IBM SQL Query

The applications we build and the systems we run generate a massive amount of logging data ranging from alerting, monitoring, availability and performance. Analyzing logs, or log analytics, is a widespread practice to capture insights from mobile data, IoT devices, servers, websites and other sources. Most companies need programmatic access to this massive amount of […]

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June 4, 2018

IBM Cloud Object Storage Regional service now available in Frankfurt

IBM Cloud Object Storage regional service is now available in Frankfurt, Germany. Learn how this Regional service provides availability and data durability by automatically storing data across three IBM Cloud data centers in the Frankfurt region.

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May 31, 2018

Announcing the new Federal Cloud Object Storage Service

Today we’re pleased to announce the immediate availability of our new Federal Cloud Object Storage Service for our Federal Dallas and Federal Washington D.C. locations. With the proliferation of data collection devices, such as body cameras, and an increase in the granularity of data collected, government agencies are in urgent need of storage solutions to host […]

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May 24, 2018

Flexible & secure: Cloud storage solutions for all your workload needs

When it comes to storage in the cloud, having a combination of block, file and cloud object storage gives you the ability to optimize your storage costs all while providing reliability, durability and security. Learn about the IBM Cloud enterprise-grade storage solutions that can help your businesses’ use cases.

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March 20, 2018

IBM Cloud Object Storage simplifies and accelerates getting data to the cloud

By 2019, about 60 percent of all enterprise workloads will be in the cloud, according to 451 Research. Only 45 percent of workloads are in the cloud now1. As this transition to cloud continues to grow, speed is an increasingly important factor for companies staying on top of their data.

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December 18, 2017

New London Regional Service for IBM Cloud Object Storage

IBM is pleased to announce the immediate availability of our new low cost, low latency Regional Service for IBM Cloud Object Storage, for the UK-London Region, now open for all customers to use worldwide. With this new regional resiliency service, customers now have the choice to store and access their data within the UK London region for in-country data sovereignty, business continuity and high availability with low cost and low latency.

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November 2, 2017

Accelerate analytics development and data science with IBM Analytics Engine

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.

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August 24, 2017

Db2 and Cloud Object Storage: Get Started

For a while, Db2 has built-in support to directly access Cloud Object Storage (COS) like Amazon S3 and IBM COS (Softlayer / IBM Bluemix IaaS). It allows to perform backups (and restores) as well as data load operations to and from the cloud. Phil Nelson wrote an excellent overview and introduction on the IDUG blog with his examples focused on S3. Thus, in the following I am going to mostly cover Db2 using the IBM Cloud Object Storage and fill in some additional details.

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