The new, 2nd-Gen Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processors (formerly code-named "Cascade Lake") are finally here, and they are officially available in monthly IBM Cloud bare metal servers in IBM Cloud data centers around the globe.
IBM Cloud is excited to announce the general availability of IBM Cloud HPC Cluster. This scalable and repeatable service simplifies the process of building encrypted HPC environments in the IBM Cloud.
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.
With a variety of new capabilities and lower prices across IBM Cloud virtual servers, we can help you to lower the cost of cloud computing so that you can realize the payoff of being a company that operates in the cloud.
The ability to reserve guaranteed capacity and claim that capacity at any time can help ensure a more successful transition to the cloud and further maximize your investment once you get here. These are the top 5 features and advantages of IBM Cloud Reserved virtual servers.
Placement Groups give you a measure of control over the host on which a new public VSI is placed. With this release, we are providing the option for the "Spread" rule, which means that virtual servers within a Placement Group will all be spread onto different hosts.
We're excited to announce our new GPU family—accelerated compute "ac1" flavors.
Graphics processing units (GPUs) take your artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning workloads to the next level. We'll give you 40 percent off on NVIDIA GPUs when you order an IBM Cloud bare metal server.
For a limited time only, we’ve discounted our v3 suite of Intel Xeon 2600 processor-based bare metal servers—the core building blocks of our cloud portfolio.