There is no AI without IA
The IBM Hybrid Data Management Platform enables you to collect, manage, and provide business insights from data sources that span on-premises, private and public cloud deployments. These can be deployments that support any workload, including OLTP, OLAP, unstructured and streamed data. The IBM platform uses a Common SQL Engine with built-in AI and machine learning (ML) features. Purchase IBM FlexPoints and allocate them for entitlement to multiple resources with a single platform subscription.
“No amount of AI algorithmic sophistication will overcome a lack of data (architecture)… bad data is simply paralyzing.”
Clearly, your Information Architecture needs to meet current demand for analytics. But given the fast pace of change in technology, will the solution you opt for today be the right solution for tomorrow?
You need an Information Architecture solution which does not lock you into a set operational paradigm.
So, what might such a solution look like?
Support ANY type of data or workload
Support ANY deployment
All these components should use a Common AI-enabled SQL Engine and a licensing model which allows today’s entitlement to be “flexed” to meet tomorrow’s demand.
IBM Hybrid Data Management Platform uniquely offers these capabilities.
“The ability to deploy an Information Architecture which meets future demands, even when those demands are largely unknown, is pioneering in the marketplace. Removing future uncertainly is enabling organisations to put in place foundational Information Architecture to support initiatives which leverage AI and Machine Learning. IBM’s commitment to this strategic Hybrid Data Management solution is evidenced by its recently completed $34 billion acquisition of Red Hat.”
Colin Lye (Northdoor, 2019)
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