Data warehousing

Data warehousing capabilities and solutions from IBM

Make better decisions faster and optimize business outcomes with data warehousing for analytics at the speed of thought

Organizations that connect people with trusted information and use business analytics to derive insights from it can outperform their competitors and make better decisions that drive business outcomes.

IBM solutions for data warehousing can simplify and accelerate the delivery of insights for business analytics. IBM offers two entry points to data warehousing: workload-optimized analytic appliances and data warehouse software for fast, actionable insights. Data appliances for analytics integrate database, server and storage into a single, easy to manage appliance. The appliance requires minimal set-up and administration, and provides faster and more consistent analytic performance.

These offerings are part of a larger ecosystem that provides support for big data and new types of analytics workloads.

IBM data warehousing solutions help you:

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IBM’s data warehousing and analytics solutions help simplify and accelerate the delivery of business analytics insights.

From multidimensional analysis and deep analytics to in-memory and columnar technology to mashups and industry models, IBM has the right solution for gaining insight from information.

Featured products

DB2 with BLU Acceleration

Multi-workload database software that can unlock the value of enterprise data residing in both transactional and data warehouse systems. Designed with innovative capabilities such as in-memory columnar technology, DB2 is designed for speed, availability, scalability and flexibility.

InfoSphere Warehouse Packs

Accelerator add-ons for DB2 warehousing installations that contain physical data models and sample reports. The software can reduce data warehousing project time, deployment cost and risk.

Informix Warehouse

Provides a complete infrastructure for creating data warehouse applications. Can also perform near real- time analytics for rapid business decisions.

IBM PureData System for Analytics

A simple data appliance for serious analytics. It simplifies and optimizes performance of data services for analytic applications, enabling very complex algorithms to run in minutes, not hours.

IBM PureData System for Operational Analytics

Expert integrated systems that offer built-in expertise, integration by design and a simplified experience for deep and operational analytics.

Data and Process Models for Your Industry

Combines expertise and industry best practice in a blueprint format. Can be used by both business and IT to accelerate industry solutions.

Data warehousing resources

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The fast lane to insight: Accelerating analytics from the department to the enterprise

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Three must-have capabilities for today's warehouse environment

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Data warehousing for analytics at the speed of thought

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Architecting a Big Data Platform for Analytics

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The Dynamic Duo of Data Warehousing and Real-Time Streams

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InfoSphere Warehouse Packs: Business answers at your fingertips

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David Turner

David Turner photo.Government Industry Leader, IBM Maximo

David Turner is the worldwide industry lead for Maximo government solutions. One of his primary responsibilities is to ensure future releases of Maximo meet the evolving requirements of our government users. His prior experience includes program management consulting, management of complex asset management system implementations and time in the U.S. Coast Guard as a naval engineer.*


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IBM Asset Management Community - This community allows IBM employees, business partners, customers, and sellers to connect and network on asset management solutions available from IBM.


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Ken Donnelly

Ken Donnelly photo.Transportation Industry Leader, IBM Maximo

Ken Donnelly is the worldwide Maximo industry leader for Travel & Transportation (T&T). He is also responsible for Strategy and Product Management of the Maximo solutions for Transportation. He has led projects to implement new maintenance and inventory control systems at fleet, bus, rail and aviation organizations and also has experience in aerospace & defense and public sector.*


Ken's blog - Asset Management in Transportation

Visit Ken's blog for regular insights into the topic of Asset Management in Transportation as well as to share your opinion with Ken.*


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IBM Asset Management Community - This community allows IBM employees, business partners, customers, and sellers to connect and network on asset management solutions available from IBM.

Maximo Transportation User Group - A forum for Maximo users to explore and share expertise, discuss theory and catalog knowledge amongst their peers and observers.


*Postings on non-IBM sites are independent of IBM and do not necessarily represent IBM's positions, strategies or opinions.

Karl Helbig

Karl Helbig photo.Market Management Lead, Smarter Buildings, IBM Maximo Asset Management

Karl Helbig is a marketing professional with more than 18 years of experience in high-tech, marketing software solutions for large enterprises in all industries. His focus has been on strategy, management and tactical execution, where he is active in marketing solutions for organizations who wish to manage and maintain their IT and facilities infrastructures for optimal asset performance. Having spent more than 14 years marketing Maximo Asset Management solutions, this experience naturally extends to his current role, which focuses on helping organizations manage their building and facility infrastructures for greater operational & energy efficiency and sustainability.*


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IBM Maximo Asset Management for Energy Optimization

IBM Maximo Facilities Management

IBM Maximo Asset Management

IBM Tivoli Energy Management


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Rob Bloom

Rob Bloom photo.Maximo Marketing Manager

Rob Bloom is the manager of marketing for the IBM Maximo Asset Management software solution, responsible for the worldwide marketing direction for enterprise asset management across IBM. Rob came from MRO, led the integration of MRO into the IBM framework and has been the EAM track lead for IBM Pulse since 2008.*


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In this team blog Rob focuses largely on IBM Pulse activities and guidance for our readers. He uses the blog as a platform to communicate key information about the EAM track and EAM focused activities at IBM Pulse.*


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Rich CaplowDirector, IBM Tivoli Maximo Asset Management

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