IBM Cloud Hyper Protect DBaaS is the next evolution of databases in a scalable and security-rich cloud environment. It allows you to retain your data in a fully-encrypted database without the need for specialized skills.
Developers want to spend their time building great solutions, not managing infrastructure. Unfortunately, when companies host their own database solutions, concerns about performance, tuning and security often fall to developers, which means they must spend more time monitoring their data layer and less time writing code. That’s why we developed Compose Enterprise, which provides businesses with a suite of fully managed Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS). Every database is version controlled, patched regularly and maintained by a team of engineers, so developers can skip the admin tasks and work on building performant apps.
The main benefit of DBaaS is the time it saves developers, which can be reinvested back into core business areas like building new apps and adding features. In this report, DBaaS users reveal why they prefer a managed database service and how it has reduced their workload.
dashDB recently added MPP scale out capabilities, which means that it is no longer constrained by single server capacity and can provide truly massive warehousing capacity through clustering. It also delivers the promised “BLU Acceleration” at MPP scale because it is built on top of IBM’s BLU Acceleration in-memory column store technology, actually extending its BLU technology into a true MPP column store.
Are you able to deliver the value from your data that your business expects? Today, there is a growing information bottleneck in IT, as organizations want more speed, flexibility and ease of use, while at the same time data is growing and straining legacy solutions. For database administrators, developers and data scientists alike, these challenges are highly visible – but the threat to ease of use, speed and self-service extends to end users, as well. This Thursday, 451 Research analyst Jason Stamper is joining Larry Weber of IBM Cloud Data Services in a live webcast, to take a deeper look at the challenges facing data storage and analytics today. They will also explore the emerging solutions that can tackle those challenges – including those that leverage cloud computing’s scale, elasticity and agility to amplify the power of traditional data warehousing. More...
This post compiles five of the most helpful resources I have come across. Why five? Well, I want to keep it relatively pointed and easy (for both of us)! Bluemix and Cloudant are continually evolving so inherently resources and articles become dated and new timely and exciting materials will come out for you to enjoy. I plan to update this post as new, more pertinent resources become available. I’ll archive some of the trusty standbys as new content comes available.