We have custom-tailored the IBM Cloud Solutions Partner Incubator program to help ISVs, MSPs, and other companies developing their own IP fully leverage the power, depth, and experience of IBM to speed time to market and reduce time to revenue.
Over the past year, we’ve doubled-down on revamping approachable backup storage solutions for our small- to medium-sized customers, including our cloud-based EVault Backup Storage service. Now, we want to let you try 100GB on us.
The IBM Blockchain Platform Starter Plan out of Beta, and everyone is eligible for $500 in credits toward their first Starter Plan network.
We are excited to announce that we have reduced the price of our existing Veeam Availability Suite Enterprise Plus and Veeam Physical Agent solutions, as well as launched a new Veeam License, Veeam Backup and Replication. The new prices and options are now available in our IBM Cloud Portal: Veeam Availability Suite Enterprise Plus for […]
Due to outstanding interest in our current promotion, we're extending our 50% off 60 day-promotional offer for select virtual server and bare metal server offerings. The expiration date is now August 1, 2018.
Cloud and data. Quantum and blockchain. Infrastructure and AI. Security and the services that can bring it all together. Think 2018 is the first of its kind IBM conference where all of IBM’s essential technologies will be featured in one place. Join us in Las Vegas March 19-22.
As per the latest IBM Institute for Business Value study, the communications industry is in the throes of a digital shake up, as over the top (OTT) digital giants and new startups upset the status quo. Offering new communication options and, in some cases, alternative access technologies, these digital invaders are shifting the competitive landscape, capturing revenues and hitting margins. At the same time, communications service providers (CSPs) are challenged to meet the increasingly high expectations of empowered – and less loyal – subscribers. In addition, they are tasked with large investments in network capabilities, particularly as the explosive growth in data-intensive applications increases traffic.
Today, IBM and Google announced the launch of Istio, an open cloud service that provides a way for developers to seamlessly connect, manage and secure networks of different microservices—regardless of platform, source or vendor. Istio is the result of a joint collaboration between IBM, Google and Lyft as a means to support traffic flow management, access policy enforcement and the telemetry data aggregation between microservices. It does all this without requiring developers to make changes to application code by building on earlier work from