I am a recent convert to IBM's DashDB, and I considering proposing to use it at my work. My case would greatly be bolstered if I could show good, easy integration for geospatial analytics data, namely loading and performing SQL filtering on geodata currently in .shp or .kml formats. If it would be possible to also export the filtered data into a KML as a result that would be AMAZING.
So, to give a practical example, say I have an .SHP file with all the zipcodes in the US, I want to export that into the database, then select the shape for the 02138 zip code and send it to the query-sender in KML format.
Does anyone have experience with that?