SingleStore and IBM: Simplify and unify your data tiers with a blazingly fast SQL database

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SingleStore and IBM: Simplify and unify your data tiers with a blazingly fast SQL database


Businesses are more data driven than ever.  According to the IBM Institute of Business Value,  organizations that create extraordinary value from data are 165% more likely to outperform in revenue growth, and 163% more likely to outperform in profitability compared to industry peers.

SingleStore and IBM are partnering  to simplify and unify your data tiers through an OEM agreement.  Joint customers can come to IBM to accelerate time-to-value, improve ROI, with ultra fast analytics and power data-intensive modern apps enabled by SingleStore. This partnership also empowers organizations to save costs and reduce risks by consolidating your legacy databases with IBM, serving as a clearinghouse for databases including licenses, support, security and governance oversight. 

Join us to hear directly from IBM and SingleStore product management leaders — and discover how this partnership helps you enjoy the innovation and scale of SingleStore and IBM teaming up.

Discussion Topics

  • Better together with SingleStore and IBM

  • Building and powering data-intensive applications for the modern era

  • New approach with a hybrid, multi-cloud distributed SQL database

  • Benefits by use cases including operational analytics, dashboard acceleration, fraud, anomaly detection and IoT

  • Live demo

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