Winning with Machine Learning

by Sajan Kuttappa – Content Marketing Manager

IBM is hosting 3 no-cost, face-to-face events in April designed to show how your current IBM investments can help you to easily embrace private, public, and hybrid cloud, and be ready for Machine Learning.

These events feature an executive keynote, “Winning with Machine Learning”, followed by sessions across 2 tracks:  Data Management and Data Analytics.

You will hear how to get more out of your existing investments, our product strategy and roadmaps, how to unlock the value of the data behind your firewall, and several other advancements in data management and data analytics. We will also share some practical tips on getting started with machine learning.

The Data Management track will feature a session on “Diversify your applications , Not your Databases”.  Today’s digital business depends on applications that engage customers in a personalized, real-time, and 24×7 manner. There is no shortage of database solutions that promise to enable these new applications and simplify the increasing challenges of “big data”, including streaming, open source, in-memory and NoSQL databases.  More diverse data should not mean more databases to manage. It’s time to say goodbye to complication and say hello to the new builder’s database solution. In this session, you will learn how DB2 enables a scalable, resilient, and flexible data management architecture that provides:

  • Real-time operational analytics through hybrid transactional and analytic processing (aka “HTAP”)
  •  Transparent data access across multiple databases using a common SQL engine
  • A foundation for continuously adaptive models using machine learning
  • A total cost of ownership model that maximizes your existing investments

Click on one of the URLs below for more details and to register for the event closest to you. All events begin at 10am local time.

Register now to attend April 11th in Dallas .

Register now to attend April 13th in Chicago.

Register now to attend April 18th in NYC.