Over the last five years, the Garage has retained its roots in innovation and delivering value quickly to IBM clients. Through it all, for me, the best part of the Garage remains its culture and opportunity to work with extremely talented colleagues on a daily basis.
No matter which Cloud Garage location you find yourself in, it feels as if you’ve never left home. Any of us can speak to the consistency of the IBM Garage Method. This method allows any Cloud Garage IBMer to have a seamless entrance into a project.
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.
What does it mean to behave like a startup? How can you transform your business? Field-tested answers to these questions and others are found in the IBM Cloud Garage Method Field Guide. Presented in a fun and visual format, the Field Guide introduces the method and its related practices and architectures that you need to quickly develop quality products.
The Client Technical Engagement (CTE) team can help you accelerate your business outcomes. CTE has a premier location at the heart of the Think 2018 Cloud and Data campus -- on the expo floor at booth #660. We're bringing designers, developers, consultants, solution architects and technical luminaries to work with our clients on their cloud adoption and transformation journeys.
Last week I highlighted dozens of sessions from the IBM Cloud Garage consultancy of cloud architects and solution engineers that you’ll want to remember when planning your agenda. In this blog post, I introduce four of my colleages from our team on the IBM Cloud Garage Method. They will be on the staff supporting the Think 2018 conference as presenters, lab leaders, and “Ask Me Anything” experts. Look for them and ask them about the updated Garage Method Field Guide and two new Guides!