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IBM releases Cloud Private for Data

May 29, 2018

Via: ZDNet
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In the latest twist to the “data warehouse in a box” saga, IBM is taking the wraps off its Cloud Private for Data (a.k.a., ICP for Data) offering that it first announced back in March at Think. IBM promises in the new release to offer a private cloud platform that goes well beyond data warehousing to support advanced data science and data engineering as well. It will be available as software on an IBM turnkey product and through clusters running natively on Red Hat OpenShift container application platform as well. The latter is key to connecting to the IBM WebSphere installed base — they don’t have to buy a separate cluster to take advantage of the new capabilities.

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