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Writing back the data quality results to an external database i.e. SQL server
We have a couple of users who have requested for us to connect to their in-country reservoir instances (SQL servers), as they would like to write back their data quality and profiling results in there. This will give them more control of their res...
IBM logging configuration setup on Kubernetes Service - that creates daemon set resource for "FluentD' whose configuration values are managed by IBM itself. The issue with the current setup is the inability to fine tune any of the configured value...
Official support for GCE storage for Cloud Pak for Data.
Ford standard is to use GCP storage for applications installed on GCP. The following storage options are currently supported on Google Cloud infrastructure, But Ford needs Official support for GCE storage for Cloud Pak for Data:
• OpenShift Data F...
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