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Announcing Lenovo Hardware on Bluemix Private Cloud Local

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Our IBM Bluemix Private Cloud Local team is passionate about delivering a managed, OpenStack-powered, on-premises cloud, to enable client success across the enterprise. That’s why I’m pleased to announce the availability of IBM Bluemix Private Cloud Local delivered on a Lenovo hardware platform.  

Infrastructure made simple, now with Lenovo

For your data center of choice, our IBM Bluemix Private Cloud Local service procures and deploys your hardware, manages your hardware blueprints, and optimizes the numerous configuration choices for availability and scalability. Plus, with a streamlined, rapid deployment time, we can get your enterprise private cloud up and running in a matter of weeks.

Plus, in addition to the Cisco UCS platform and Bluemix Local Systems, our turnkey private cloud supports a Lenovo-curated bill of materials.

With Lenovo support, our clients will benefit from a variety of enterprise compute and high-performance storage node options, which have the agility to scale and support your diverse cloud computing requirements. The new offering provides a joint, managed solution that’s not a virtual private cloud, but one with a dedicated, converged infrastructure. It delivers the performance, security, predictability, and administrative control that is critical to meet the needs of your enterprise-grade workloads.

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Interested in hearing more about the Lenovo support for Bluemix Private Cloud Local? Please don’t hesitate to send me a message at vardakas@us.ibm.com.

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