Coming in August 2017, IBM Cloud bare metal servers will serve up Intel Xeon Silver 4110, Intel Xeon Gold 5120, and Intel Xeon 6140 processors—with plenty to offer for high-performance compute workloads, like life sciences, manufacturing, and FSI.
We released updates to our current block and file storage architecture—featuring quick and easy volume duplication (cloning) from existing volumes.
IBM Cloud data centers in Australia and Europe are now equipped with the new Block & File Storage architecture – featuring enhancements like flash-backed design with encryption-at-rest, granular volume sizes at the TB level, higher IOPs and more. Now is the time to migrate if you have Block and File Storage in one or more of the upgraded data centers. Check out the details.
Starting today in Bluemix you can now choose IBM Cloud Object Storage classes based on the degree of your data access requirements – either for frequently accessed data (Standard), occasionally accessed data (Vault), or long-term data retention (Cold Vault).
The Bluemix Cloud Storage team is pleased to announce more options and enhancements for Block & File Storage customers, like doubling your storage without doubling your costs thanks to more size options at the TB level.