2012 Flashbooks with Links to Free e-Version
If you were at the IBM Information on Demand Conference last week, perhaps you picked up a printed copy of one of the 5 new Flashbooks that were published this year? As promised, this blog entry provides additional details including where you can get a free e-version of the book, additional details on the book, and when available, how to purchase a printed copy. Please share with others who will benefit from the content in these books.
Paul Zikopoulos, David Corrigan, Tom Deutsch, Krishnan Parasuraman, James Giles, Dirk Deroos
Provides an overview of the IBM Information Management Big Data platform. It’s intended for a broad audience, ranging from those who are brand new to Big Data, to those on the business and management side, to architects, and to developers who want a glimpse into the technical details that underpin this platform.
Surekha Parekh, Terry Purcell, John Campbell, Don Haderle (aka “Father of DB2”)
DB2 experts John Campbell and Terry Purcell have contributed to this
book, but as a special treat, we also managed to have Don Haderle - "The
FATHER of DB2" contribute to the book. This book is not only full of
RICH, TECHNICAL content but is will also be a "keepsake" for DB2 fans
This book was previewed at IOD and was extremely popular. It will be relaunched next year during the 30th Anniversary celebrations. Check The World of DB2
Paul Zikopoulos, Walid Rjaibi, George Baklarz, Matt Huras, Matthias Nicola, Dale McInnis, and Leon Katsnelson
How would you like to compress data, store it in a cloud, and analyze your
data as though you are traveling through time? Do all this, plus experience
lower costs and faster performance. Sound good? Read this book to understand the
power of DB2 10 and get started immediately!
This book provides you with the comprehensive knowledge you need to get
started with the latest DB2 release. Try the new features by downloading DB2
Express-C - it is free to develop, deploy, and distribute (with no user and
database size limitations) and features Big Data and Cloud technology. Go to ibm.com/db2/express.
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Dr. Arvind Sathi
book discusses three perspectives on Big Data Analytics. First, why is
Big Data Analytics becoming so important and what can we do with it.
it lists major components of Big Data Analytics - Unstructured Data
Analytics, Massively Parallel Processing, Adaptive Real-time and
Predictive Modeling, Data Privacy Management, Data Visualization, and
Ontologies. Third, it provides a glimpse at implementation concerns and how they
must be tackled.
Brian Green, BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, Kay Van De Vanter, The Boeing Company, Tracy Harris, IBM, Bill Frank, Johnson & Johnson, John Boyer, RCG Global
5 Keys to Business Analytics Program Success is a work based on the combined
experience of 10 organizations that display excellence and expertise in business
analytics. They share best practices, discuss the management aspects and
sociology that drive success in Business Analytics Programs and uncover 5 key
aspects behind the success of some of the top business analytics programs in the