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.
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.
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Many clients come into the Cloud Garage wanting to utilize microservices, and there are many valid reasons to utilize microservices over a traditional monolith. However, it is also important to discuss at what scale are microservices appropriate and when they are too complex.
In the Cloud Garage, we see some patterns over and over again—a development organisation wants to achieve a significant improvement and realises moving to cloud could be the way to do that. This journey often mimics the hero's journey in the traditional monomyth.