Unleashing Exploration on Enterprise Data

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Enterprise customers have huge investments in transactional data systems, yet they struggle to provide their users with flexible and timely exploratory access to this data. One solution to this problem is to empower these users with the ability to use Jupyter Notebooks and Apache Spark running natively on z/OS to federate analytics across business critical data as well as external […]

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Dan Gisolfi

Dan Gisolfi

Client-facing, strategy and development engineer responsible for architecting, implementing and running next-generation cloud applications on Bluemix, SoftLayer and private clouds.

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