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How DataOps can accelerate your journey to AI

11 days ago   |   By Reg Whitepapers

Organizations are seeking agile and automated development processes for data analytics so their data citizens and business users can work together more efficiently and effectively. DataOps helps create and sustain a data-driven culture that enables collaboration across an organization to drive agility, speed, and new data initiatives at scale.
This e-book highlights the DataOps methodology, practice, and required orchestration of people, processes, and technology to deliver trusted, high-quality data and transform business outcomes. IBM DataOps capabilities include AI-enabled automation...
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