As we celebrate the IBM Cloud Garage's five-year anniversary, it’s a good time to look back to its beginning to see how Cloud Garage has helped our customers improve their odds for success today.
Growing organizations are adopting and scaling cloud-native approaches across architectures and technologies to rapidly deliver engaging experiences to their customers. The IBM Cloud Garage Method can help.
A core part of the IBM Cloud Garage practices is a "sustainable pace." A sustainable pace is good (paradoxically) for productivity and for quality, and it also has physical and mental health benefits.
For development teams getting started with new cloud projects, whether they’re mobile, web, or IOT, setting up the needed resources, DevOps services and tools can take up a significant amount of time – time the delivery team could use being productive and innovative in their approach to continuous delivery of apps. Teams need to think about the following key aspects as they set up their new projects
Bluemix Continuous Delivery allows for integrated agile planning, coding, building, deploying, and collaborating with your team. You can get your app running on the Bluemix cloud within minutes. Continuous Delivery provides a very strong infrastructure to support your coding needs. Here are a few tips, tricks and hidden gems that can help you get coding at lightning speed.
In an enterprise transformation, adopting agile and continuous delivery processes is key. Take the first step by completing "Get started with agile development and continuous delivery," a course from the IBM® Bluemix® Garage Method.
I am regularly asked what we actually do with clients at the IBM Bluemix Garage and frequently have to dispel misconceptions (which could easily make for their own amusing blog post). In short, we consult in a variety of ways, always focused on our core mission and leveraging our method. Since I get asked this so often, I figured it would be a good topic for a blog.