Last year, IBM and Pivotal announced an agreement to develop an open governance model for Cloud Foundry. As soon as the open source community began to gain influence, interest in Cloud Foundry exploded. We've been rapidly growing our vibrant community of users and contributors who are supportive, engaged, and opinionated about the direction of Cloud Foundry ever since. Today, the Cloud Foundry Foundation launched its formal operations. As a user and a contributor to Cloud Foundry, this is exciting news! Today's launch of the foundation helps ensure that the growth of our community continues. And if you're a developer deploying apps to IBM Bluemix, you're a member of that community!
Verdafero is a utility analytics software provider that helps businesses to reduce their entire utility streams. As Verdafero began to expand throughout the US and overseas, this San Francisco-based startup recognized its need for powerful, cost-effective resources to support growth. So, Alastair Hood, CEO of Verdafero, sought “an ideal [cloud] platform” for this expansion and […]
At DockerCon Europe today we announced the availability of the beta of our new IBM container service on Bluemix. Get Started with IBM Containers
Last Wednesday, I got in my car in my home state of Delaware, drove past New York City while blasting Taylor Swift’s Welcome to New York (it was a pretty epic moment that I would have Instagrammed if I wasn’t afraid of copyright infringement issues), and parked at the UConn School of Business for the […]
Hey Yall! We are back at it again with some demos!!! Did you ever wonder if you and your favorite celebrity would be compatible if you met?? I sure do! Or did you ever wonder how you could become a better leader, I sure do. Today you would have to go Google the person and […]
Thank you again to everyone that joined us this year for our 7 webinars on Bluemix. If you missed any of them you can find the replays here. The talk showed us that Watson can provide context to an Internet of Things device. We showed how a person’s tweets could be analyzed by Watson for sentiment and then used to make a decision about a particular radio station that matches the user’s current mood. We then pushed that to a simulated IoT device for the webinar.
We’ve got not just one, but two big announcements for you in today’s blog: With the introduction of Bluemix London, the original U.S.-hosted Bluemix has a European twin! This means you can exploit the power of Bluemix to deploy apps that run in the United Kingdom or the United States. With your existing account, you […]
When we first introduced Bluemix to the market in late February this year it marked a significant shift in the way IBM intends to build and deliver our technology, how we go-to-market and, ultimately, how we enable our clients to innovate rapidly, but with control, in cloud environments. More than just a single product offering, […]
The Bluemix Garage is already proving to be an exciting and valuable approach to developing innovative applications with both new and existing IBM clients, ranging from startups to major enterprises. Responding to this strong interest and the success of the San Francisco Garage, we are expanding our global capability to the UK by opening our next Bluemix Garage in London.