IBM Cloud Data Services Newsletter
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Stay up-to-date on IBM Cloud Data Service offerings, updates, and more.
In 1970, IBMer Edgar Frank Codd published "A Relational Model of Data for Large Shared Data Banks," which became the base of SQL—one of the world's most popular programming languages—and the start of an industry focused on services which drive efficient, organized access to data.
Now, 50 years later, data services have expanded to leverage both relational and non-relational databases, persistent object storage, and a number of sophisticated data retrieval methods, including querying and search. In addition to storage, organizations now look to their data services to securely move and drive action on their data through message queuing, streaming, and execute in place functions.
IBM is dedicated to bringing the best in Cloud Data Services capabilities for data storage, movement, and action to our clients through our managed cloud offerings and will keep you informed of the latest in Data Services through this short, periodic newsletter. Check out our blog on the "Impact of the SQL Relational Model 50 Years Later."
- IBM Cloud Databases: Database ecosystem expands with new partners - DataStax Enterprise, EDB, and MongoDB
- IBM Cloud Object Storage: Smart tier, a new storage class, is now available
- SQL Query: Database catalog support and data skipping beta
- Event Streams: Restrict access to any source IP address on the IBM Cloud™ network
- IBM Cloudant: Understand the IAM Fine-Grained Roles (Manager, Reader, Writer, Checkpointer, Monitor)
- Event Streams: Support for customer-managed encryption (Bring Your Own Key)
- Cloudant and Cloud Object Storage: Activity Tracker Integration
- Cloudant: LogDNA Integration
- Cross-service: Sysdig Integration
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