As you may have noticed, the lines between entertainment, art, advertising, informing, selling and collaborating are continuing to blur. Technology has a huge role to play in this. Just take a look at the IBM Urban Art Cloud, a great example of how you can demonstrate transformative technology and encourage individual creativity at the same time:
As Gunther Pflueger of Offenbach am Main, Germany-based CPP Studios explains, IBM Cloud was looking for an opportunity to showcase the flexibility and scalability of SoftLayer along with the speed, variety, and freedom of the Bluemix cloud-based development tools.
The setting they chose was a street art festival in Munchen, Germany. CPP Studios, with an impressive track record in media showcase development, was chosen to develop the solution — an innovative and portable experience that brings together mapping projection of real-time digital art work, a stored digital gallery, and integrated social media and analytics. Function, storage, social integration, and some analytics—sounds like a pretty common recipe for development projects. Here’s Gunther’s three minutes on it, with some nice imagery:
IBM + VMware have joined forces to simplify hybrid cloud adoption. Wherever you are in your cloud journey, VMworld is the ideal place to learn about the latest technical innovations, get hands-on experience, and mingle with subject matter experts. As you finalize your schedule and prepare for the conference, we’ve highlighted three exciting sessions that you won’t want to miss:
IBM actively engages developers, architects, and engineers in the open source community through foundations and initiatives. A Platinum Member of the Cloud Foundry Foundation, IBM regularly sponsors the annual Cloud Foundry Summit, where this year’s keynote speaker list includes Julian Friedman, Product Manager & Software Engineer. Developers use Cloud Foundry across every stage of the […]
Having worked with many clients over the last 10-15 years in the data protection space, one of most common questions that I have been asked is "How is Backup difference than Disaster Recovery?" There is usually quite a bit of confusion around the conceptual differences, so let me avail this opportunity to explain the differences between the two and explain how these terms have evolved over time.