In the IBM Cloud Garage, we are known for transforming client ideas into a reality and deploying them into our extensible and reliable cloud model. Were going to present a use case that looks into how an online retailer can take their existing business processes and leverage new business models into the cloud.
This is the last of three parts on preparing and deploying an MVP application
In Part 1 of this series we described the IBM Bluemix Garage’s approach to building a Cloud Foundry application and introduced the top ten steps to consider in an MVP Build-Up to ensure the application is production-ready.Below we elaborate and provide practical guidance on the basic steps to consider putting in place to establish a good foundation in preparation to going into production.
This is the first of three blog posts describing how the IBM Bluemix Garage helps clients successfully deploy and manage their first application on IBM Bluemix.
Upon returning home to the United States, I reflected on my experience on the Corporate Service Corps Indonesia 7 team. Through this, I realized how career- and life-changing my time in Indonesia was. Read more about my experience.
The Corporate Service Corps is one way IBMers can have a positive impact on the world
Columbia University and the Made in NY Media Center have constructed a social experiment through a series of hackathons with Bluemix and IBM Watson. Participants become Sherlock Holmes with IBM Watson as their assistant to solve a gristly murder.