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When Kerberos is enabled for users it blocks the usage of SSL for users that have local authentication. This is a bug that should be fixed but IBM persists this is working as designed so placing this here as an enhancement request. Enabling kerber...
When kerberos authentication is enabled there is no way to have data traffic encrypted. Despite the fact that kerberos has that functionality IBM isn't taking advantage of it. Data traffic encryption is a security standard for years so this should...
Replace NZPLSQL wrappers for INZA ML related procedures by Python (or others)
ML (related) routines are called using NZPLSQL procedures. The associated overhead is relatively large. Replacing them by Python (or others) would provide more throughput running small (tactical) scorings.
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