IBM Cloud Monitoring with Sysdig is a fully managed enterprise-grade monitoring service for application visibility, alerting, and troubleshooting.
IBM Log Analysis with LogDNA is available today on IBM Cloud. This service to simplifies log management in the Cloud and helps your developers pinpoint issues quickly in their dynamically scaling applications and workloads.
In this blog post, I look at using Ansible and Terraform to perform end-to-end environment and app provisioning on IBM Cloud. It shows how with the adoption of IaC, the building of environments can be reduced from hours (if not days) down to minutes.
Before tackling the job of modernizing your applications, you need to assess your application inventory and how it aligns with business priorities. This will help you determine the best technical path to modernization and the effort and resources required.
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?
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.
Starting in December of 2018, IBM Cloud DevOps Insights will change the way it charges for usage. Instead of charging by Application, Insights will use the term Item. By charging for items within Insights, we will be able to scale our value across future feature sets.
IBM Netcool Operations Insight on IBM Cloud Private is a containerized version of Netcool that covers operations management and agile service management. You can now run your management software on the same modern platform as other workloads, making it cost-effective and scalable for future migrations.