IBM returned to Miami this year with a renamed and somewhat-rebranded version of the conference formerly known as IBM Analytics University. The concept of this new IBM Data and AI Forum was structured around IBM’s “AI ladder” and the rungs of that conceptual ladder: Modernize, Collect, Organize, Analyze and Infuse. It should come as no surprise that “AI” was, thus, more prevalent as a topic of discussion.
In this blog post we’ll share some of the highlights from this year’s IBM Vision conference, including a look ahead to some of the things that are either coming soon or are even available today from IBM and QueBIT.
Gary Quirke and I had the pleasure of organizing and presenting “A Power Users' Guide to the TM1 SDK and Planning Analytics” at the 2016 IBM Vision conference on Orlando, Florida. Our goal for the presentation was to provide attendees with a picture of the possible with the TM1 SDK, targeted toward both non-programmers and programmers who simply want to understand the alternative ways in which we can solve real business problems, new and old, using the powerful TM1 SDK tools that IBM has provided, which include the REST API, Java Extensions and TM1 Web APIs. We received very positive feedback, so thank you to everyone who was able to attend!
TM1 10.2.2's release was, probably not coincidentally, in advance of the IBM Vision 2014 conference in Orlando. Continue reading to find out more about the release.
This article will give you a high-level overview of TMQ and what it means for your TM1 Applications. Read on for an introduction to some of the research QueBIT Labs is doing to maximize the benfits of MTQ.