Interacting with customers online is now a requirement of doing business in most markets. Since customers go online primarily with mobile devices, and expect more from online experiences in life contexts, businesses expect IT teams to deliver and improve customer-facing applications more rapidly.
Microservice application architectures succeed by reducing the components that deliver a user experience into small, modular services that are independently deployed and operated. Microservices minimize the need for communication and collaboration across different development teams, promoting faster iterations wherever needed.
In this webinar, IBM STSM Gang Chen and Rick Osowski, and IBM CTO Roland Barcia discuss the important aspects of microservices by focusing on a specific cloud enhanced and cloud native microservice reference applications. They deploy an app on a managed Kubernetes service and explain the benefits of doing DevOps within that environment. Gang, Rick, and Roland will conclude by answering your questions.
On a recent episode of Software Engineering Daily’s popular podcast, host Jeffrey Meyerson sat with Rodric Rabbah to discuss cloud native development, Serverless functions being the focal point. As the principal researcher and technical lead in serverless computing at IBM, Rodric helped design OpenWhisk, the open source functions-as-a-service platform that IBM has deployed and operationalized as IBM Cloud Functions.
Today I’m blogging from ISTIO Day at CloudNativeCon in Austin. IBM has a whole cache of event activities for attendees looking to unlock the secrets to accelerated DevOps, container ops, distributed logging, container security, microservices, and serverless computing. We’ll also have tips & tricks for building cloud native. Coming out of the conference, developers will […]
IBM can help your company modernize your application infrastructure as well as your development and operations culture to ensure your success with a pragmatic, swift, and low-risk cloud adoption journey that builds on your existing investments in technology and talent. Join this session to hear about IBM's client learnings from IBM Cloud Private patterns and use cases that you apply to your own cloud adoption plans.