IBM data warehousing appliances are designed to simplify and accelerate the delivery of insights from your data. These solutions help you build a flexible, scalable and cost-effective data warehousing foundation to meet your current and future information needs.
IBM data warehousing appliances include a number of advanced technologies. IBM® DB2® for Linux, UNIX and Windows includes BLU Acceleration technology, which is a next generation in-memory database that accelerates analytics with breakthrough speed and volume. This software helps you get faster answers by enabling near real-time analysis of massive volumes of data. The software is optimized for a number of analytics workloads to give you faster business insight with less complexity.
IBM data warehousing appliances help you:
IBM data warehousing appliances can help simplify and accelerate the delivery of insights from your data. IBM offers flexibility, a choice of platforms and deployment options, and operational and strategic analytics solutions.
A next generation in-memory database. BLU Acceleration provides breakthrough performance by delivering insight from near real-time operational data and historical data. It provides this performance without the constraints of other in-memory solutions and with the simplicity of “load and go” setup.
The database software gold standard for reliability, availability and scalability. Optimized for service-oriented architecture, customer relationship management and data warehousing.
An infrastructure for creating data warehouse applications. Can also perform near real-time analytics for rapid business decisions.
All products - Data warehousing software
- DB2 for Linux, UNIX and Windows family
- DB2 for z/OS
- Informix family - Overview
- InfoSphere Data Privacy and Security for Data Warehousing
- InfoSphere Warehouse Pack
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