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IBM, the only open, hybrid, and governed data lakehouse

Foundational models are unlocking new opportunities for businesses to automate processes and unlock new insights. Leaders are re-thinking ineffective and monolithic data architectures in order to scale responsible, transparent and explainable AI.

IBM is the solution that can help data-driven organizations scale governed analytics and AI workloads, leveraging all your data everywhere.

AI starts with your data and how it is stored, managed, and governed in order to be trusted and scalable., built on a data lakehouse architecture, can help you significantly reduce the cost of your data warehouse by up to 50%, while simplifying access to governed data for AI.

IBM is the next evolution of data lakehouses and is the industry’s only open, hybrid, and governed data store that enables you to leverage multiple query engines to run analytics and AI workloads – wherever they reside!

“…IBM’s comprehensive DMA foundation supports multiple personas…IBM excels in data modeling, data integration, data transformation, data access, data security, data governance, in-platform analytics, and streaming data…”

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Better together: IBM + AWS

IBM and Amazon Web Services (AWS) are bringing even greater convenience and flexibility to analytics and AI in the cloud. Organizations can accelerate their data modernization strategy in the cloud by combining the openness, performance, and governance of IBM for data, analytics, and AI workloads with the scale, agility, and cost efficiency of the AWS cloud infrastructure. LEARN MORE!

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