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IBM watsonx.data & IBM Data Gate for watsonx: Mainframe data for AI

Watch the demo to learn how IBM watsonx.data's open data lakehouse architecture enables you to unlock the power of transactional mainframe data for AI through integration with IBM data gate for…

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IBM and Intel optimize watsonx.data for customers

Vikram Murali, Vice President of Hybrid Data Management of Data & AI for IBM, speaks about their close work with Intel to optimize watsonx.data for customers.

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How Cirata automates massive datasets to IBM watsonx

Learn how Cirata makes continuous ingestion data from other platforms to watsonx in this demonstration. To learn more about watsonx, especially watsonx.data, visit here…

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Why a data lakehouse architecture?

While organizations are modernizing their data infrastructures to reduce costs and put data to work for analytics and AI, how are they choosing the right architecture? Watch the video to learn how…

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Demo: Scale analytics and AI workloads with IBM watsonx.data

IBM watsonx.data is a fit-for-purpose data store, built on an open lakehouse architecture that enables you to scale AI workloads, for all your data, anywhere. You can get started in minutes, easily…

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Webinar: How to scale AI workloads taking an open data lakehouse approach

Discover how watsonx.data can help your organization successfully scale analytics and AI workloads for all your data, hear from industry experts on the benefit of an open lakehouse approach, and see…

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watsonx.data demo: Get started with watsonx.data

See how easy it is to get started with watsonx.data, the data store that's built on an open data lakehouse architecture to help scale your analytics and AI workloads. Try it for free!

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Data Lakehouses Explained

Have you ever thought about how the process of moving food ingredients from farm to table could relate to how organizations store and eventually evaluate data – through data lakes, data…

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