The announcement made in Munich, June 22, 2017, by the PRNewswire on IBM( NYSE: IBM) has indeed stated significant improvement to its governance and data science engagements engineered to assist analysts and developers to maximize the potentials of cognitive computing. The company has come up with new solutions, organizations, and services that are in readiness for data regulations such as the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
The moves are part of IBM's announced plans to manage data governance remedies at a time when several developers are working hard to harness machine learning and data science for their clients. All of these are consequently aimed the protection of the information of the EU citizens and helping them to handle better their personal and data requirements.
To aid in the growth and development of their clients, IBM has rolled out the following solutions to help their customers to gain a wider data control:
- First, the IBM Unified Governance Software Platform made up of management abilities that can get mapped to the GDR, like lineage tracking, data integration, persona-based reporting, and cognitive metadata harvest and policy enforcement.
- Then, it has developed the Information Governance Catalog Download & Go that eases downloads, installations complements, and other catalog versions.
- Lastly, a storedIQ which enables the subscribers to identify unstructured information data across their various organizations.
IBM has applied Data Science and Machine Learning to Governance
The company sets insight in the increasing data management importance, and it has sought to enhance its compliance and ideas. It aims to do so as it improves innovations across Europe using improved tools that prepare them for regulatory compliance.
Has launched in London the IBM Data Science Experience (DSX) and the Machine Learning Hub in Boblingen, Germany; data scientists in the UK and across Europe will use the collaborative environment for easier and quicker partnerships on analytic models that propel the creation of intelligent applications and generate data insights. From Germany, there is now a unique opportunity for companies to collaborate with IBM on machine learning efforts with hands-on workshops. The Machine Learning Hub provides an active environment for testing theory to identify solutions to data science challenges in machine learning.
IBM has spearheaded the Launch of the Open Data Governance for Apache Atlas
This comprises the GDPR regulation preparation for data governance which provides comprehensive and diligent integrity data management practices besides security, availability, and usability. It makes it efficient for organizations to carry out control.
The Hadoop data governance framework is the Atlas which is the Apache, and it leads to open source frameworks for storage and distribution of processed data. The phase is still getting incubated, and at the completion, it will provide the collaborated development of the project to "Top Level Project." All these have the aim of making robust governance abilities accessible and free to the public. Consequently, it provides Hadoop distribution to other members making it a leading distributor and developer of Hadoop.
Through these tools, IBM provides the best way of giving organizations enhanced and a better understanding of the IT world today is through enabling the organizations to understand that they possess, but a way utilizing them to ensure they have proper compliance.With these governance tools, IBM is offering organizations more ways to understand what they have by way of managing and protecting their data better, so that they can leverage the information for better business decisions and prepare for compliance when the laws kick in.