Today's IT architects are adopting an architecture that enables on-premises and cloud-based computing resources to work together—namely hybrid cloud computing. Hybrid cloud fosters innovation by providing access to open APIs that allow users to incorporate third-party innovations and disruptive technologies into new applications. To learn more about the benefits of hybrid cloud and how it can help you incorporate more choice in your IT environment, download our free paper.
I’m pleased to announce the availability of IBM Bluemix Private Cloud Local delivered on a Lenovo hardware platform. For your data center of choice, our IBM Bluemix Private Cloud Local service procures and deploys your hardware, manages your hardware blueprints, and optimizes the numerous configuration choices for availability and scalability.
When was the last time you stopped to think about how you’re managing your application environments? You know what I mean... questions like “how do I set up and manage our dev/test and production environments across our hybrid cloud,” and “how fast can I move my application environments from a public cloud to my private cloud, seamlessly, with no errors?” If these are a few questions that have been on your mind lately, read further.
The purpose of this how-to post is to enable Bluemix Local and Bluemix Dedicated administrators to use the webhooks integration with Slack. This means you can enable your Administration Console notifications to post directly to a Slack channel of your choice. You can use the Subscriptions option in the Administration Console to set up and customize these notifications.
Transitioning from traditional IT to cloud IT isn't an all-or-nothing proposition; it's a thoughtful combination of your existing resources and new cloud-based resources. Bluemix offers deployment choices that integrate with what you already have, then extends it with services and scalability as needed in the future. To learn more about the benefits of hybrid cloud and how it can help you incorporate more choice in your IT environment, download our free paper.
IBM is proud to announce the availability of IBM Containers within IBM Bluemix Local and IBM Bluemix Dedicated instances beginning August 30, 2016. IBM Containers is a fully managed Containers as a Service (CaaS) offering built on open-source Docker technology.
IBM Blue Box Local delivers a managed, extensible private cloud as a service (PCaaS) in your own data center, thereby speeding up your application development process “behind the firewall.”
Today we are announcing an IBM recommended partner solution to enhance Bluemix Local - Blue Broker from Cloudsoft. It will enable you to rapidly utilize your existing on-premise databases in Bluemix.