IBM, Cloudera enter strategic partnership

Monday 24 June 2019 | 09:21 CET | News
IBM and Clouder entered into a strategic partnership to develop joint go-to-market programmes designed to bring advanced data and AI products to more organisations across the expansive Apache Hadoop ecosystem. The deal builds on the long-standing relationship between IBM and Hortonworks, which merged with Cloudera in January and created integrated products for data science and data management. The new agreement builds on these integrated products and extends them to include the Cloudera platform.

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Companies: Cloudera / IBM
Countries: World
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