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This week IBM introduced a new solution that will revolutionize microservices – Microservice Builder. This turnkey solution provides your business with an end-to-end user experience to develop and deliver microservices, hybrid and Docker containerized apps. To help you better understand the new solution and how it can help your company simplify its software delivery pipeline, we will be hosting a Webcast on June 29th at 11:00 AM EDT.

The Webcast – Get Ahead of the Microservices Revolution: Focus on App Development, Not the Framework – will dive into the business value of Microservice Builder and the key features included. We’ll also discuss the synergy between an existing solution, IBM WebSphere, with the new Microservice Builder, including how WebSphere users can compose modern microservice-based applications and deploy them using DevOps toolchains on existing WebSphere Infrastructure.

Are you ready to take the next step with your microservices?

We invite you to register for the webcast. And if you want more details on Microservice Builder ahead of the event, feel free to take a look at the Infographic where you can find business values and insight into features of the solution.

Get Ahead of the Microservices Revolution. Focus on App Development, Not the Framework

Date/Time: June 29th, 11:00 AM EDT

Speakers:

  • Adriel Estrada, WebSphere Offering Management, IBM Hybrid Cloud
  • David Currie, Senior Software Engineer – WebSphere Application Server Development, IBM Hybrid Cloud

Content Marketing Lead, IBM Cloud

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