Today, data is even more distributed than ever requiring supporting technologies to evolve and new solutions to address current data management issues in innovative and unprecedented ways. Data management is designed to help you achieve consistent access to and delivery of data across all data structures and subject areas in your enterprise. Applying a comprehensive data management plan helps meet data consumption requirements of all applications and business processes.
Additionally, a data fabric approach simplifies access and facilitates self-service data consumption that is independent of environment, process, utility and geography. A data fabric enables enterprises to automate data usage to maximize their value chain.
IBM data management empowers businesses to improve outcomes using any data for analytics or applications across any cloud including on-premises, public and private. Gain resiliency, reliability, scalability and availability with security and quality with IBM, and get more from multimodal, multicloud data ecosystems to increase your enterprise readiness for data management.
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Data management has evolved since its inception in the 1980s. It’s comprised of a set of tools, methods and architectures for collecting, accessing, maintaining and driving value from data in an agile, secure and cost-effective manner. With hardware advancements and the rise of cloud-based solutions, it’s become easier for an organization to harness the power of insights for applications, analytics, and AI.
Data management spans across disciplines. Organizations need a unified approach to data with pre-integrated, open and complete data management technologies. Dig deeper into the building blocks of data management and take your steps toward becoming a data-driven business.
With IBM data management, you can choose and combine any of the integrated solutions including DataOps, trustworthy AI, business analytics and conversational AI with a data fabric.
IBM also helps you bring together and govern IBM, IBM ecosystem and open-source frameworks for your teams of any skill level. You can improve productivity of application development with an automated, simplified approach to data management and ease of change management that is micro-service driven.
As practitioners interact with IBM data management framework, systems of engagement, interaction and data flows cut across transactional, operational and analytical data. This helps optimize delivery and improve business outcomes at scale with built-in governance, risk and compliance.
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