Which is the most appropriate Infrastructure as Code tool: Terraform, Chef, Ansible, or Puppet? Alternatively, is the best option to use Terraform for orchestration and one of the others for configuration management?
With consumer behaviour changing, companies need to adapt fast. We see this need in all sectors, including banking. See how banks can benefit from using IBM Cloud to stay compliant in a number of ways.
Who doesn't value rapidly deploying applications and environments, repeatable and consistent environment builds, and dev and test environments that mirror production? Treating Infrastructure as Code brings practices that have transformed application development in the last 10 years to infrastructure and services.
SSL Offload is a common requirement in many application deployments. At IBM Cloud, two powerful and flexible products can be combined for your SSL offload use cases: IBM Cloud Hardware Security Module (HSM) and Citrix NetScaler VPX/Application Delivery Controller (ADC).
IBM Cloud infrastructure now interacts with the IBM Cloud Object Storage (COS) service provisioned on the IBM Cloud console. COS offers the Aspera high-speed transfer plug-in that massively decreases the amount of time needed to upload a large image.
Now it's easy to learn how to apply Agile and Lean principles to get customers to experiment, learn, and deliver successful projects as a cloud architect.
Being blocked by account access while trying to explore cloud infrastructure solutions can be a major deterrent when you're determining what services and providers are right for your enterprise. We are excited to announce that now all users can navigate to our IBM Cloud compute services without the need for an IBM Cloud account.
HPC-as-a-Service with Rescale is a new IBM Cloud solution designed to simplify and streamline the many steps required for HPC workloads, including infrastructure deployment, data input, workflow management, and accessing results. Using this service, clients can rapidly execute their HPC jobs on IBM Cloud with their choice of application, compute type, and number of compute nodes.