March 16, 2018
IBM has launched an analytics platform for private cloud designed to bring the same flexibility and elasticity of public cloud infrastructure to on-premises data centers.
Cloud Private for Data is an integrated data science, engineering and development platform designed to help companies gain insights from torrents of data from IoT sensors, online commerce, mobile data and more, IBM Corp. (NYSE: IBM) says.
Cloud Private for Data extends IBM Cloud Private, a private cloud platform IBM introduced in November. It brings Kubernetes into the data center, with additional enterprise tools such as logging, monitoring and metering. It's designed as a platform for enterprises to build hybrid cloud applications that move easily between public clouds and the enterprise data center. (See IBM Cloud Private Extends Big Blue's Hybrid Reach.)
The software includes IBM Streams for data ingestion, Db2 database and DB2 Warehouse, Cognos for reporting, IBM Governance Catalog and more.
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