Other notable features included in DWE 9.1 are in-database data mining algorithms sourced from IBM’s DB2 Intelligent Miner product and an Eclipse-based design and development studio for profiling data in preparation for analysis and mining.
The studio offers data flow editors to visually depict data mining flows using modeling, scoring techniques which can be automatically translated to SQL and included as part of Alphablox applications or other third-party BI tools.
Officials at Armonk, New York-based IBM says the new release of DWE will allow companies to step up more confidently to the demands of real-time business, by combining essential components for data warehouse administration, data mining, OLAP, in-line analytics and query and reporting.
We’re helping clients quickly build and deploy analytics analytic applications that enable real-time access to data, said Karen Parrish, vice president, IBM business intelligence solutions.
Research firm Gartner pegs business intelligence software as a hot growth sector. It predicts sales of new BI software licenses to exceed $2.5bn this year, representing a CAGR of 6%.
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