SmartCloud Enterprise no-charge trial rolls out May 28

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smartcloud logoStarting today, a trial of SmartCloud Enterprise, IBM’s public cloud offering, will be available to new customers. The trial is good for two billing cycles (up to 60 days) at no charge, and there is no deadline to sign up.

Customers will enjoy access to IBM’s enterprise-class public cloud and can also demo IBM’s platform as a service offering, SmartCloud Application Services, as part of the trial.

The trial is currently available in the following countries (we will update as additional countries roll out):

For more information on the latest version of SmartCloud Enterprise (v2.3), check out this link.

Let us know if you sign up and what you think of SmartCloud Enterprise in the comments below.

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