Edge computing is an extension of the existing cloud where the smaller infrastructure components are distributed at the edge of the network. It facilitates the operation of end devices by acting as the relay to meet the needs of high-speed IoT devices, thus reducing the bandwidth load of the network core.
In the Cloud Garage, we see some patterns over and over again—a development organisation wants to achieve a significant improvement and realises moving to cloud could be the way to do that. This journey often mimics the hero's journey in the traditional monomyth.
In a Cloud Service Management and Operations transformation, your team ensures that its services are robust and operationally ready to run in a production cloud environment. Luckily for you, the new Explore Cloud Service Management and Operations course is now available on the IBM Cloud Garage Method site.
Enterprises thinking about the Cloud Adoption and Transformation journey often inquire about the dimension entitled Emerging Innovation Spaces, commonly known as Emerging Technologies. See how the Cloud, the Internet of Things (IoT), and AI work together as emerging technologies.
IBM Cloud Service Management and Operations (CSMO) ChatOps Advocate is a course designed to teach students about Information Technology Service Management (ITSM) Incident Management using a variety of collaboration tools, such as Slack, HipChat, and others.
You can run IBM Cloud Private on IBM's public cloud, but you can equally run it on other public clouds, such as Amazon's AWS or externally on a third-party computing platform. To achieve the best outcome of running IBM Cloud Private on AWS, proper planning and operation are required. This series documents best practices based on proven experience working with clients.