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Cloud performance without limits: Join the conversation

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Performance without Limits 3.0A business should be able to choose the cloud solution that fits it best. It’s “choice with consistency.” Putting the right workload in the right place is important because businesses, people and markets are different.

Consider IBM Cloud in its entirety. It has been a leader in open technologies for more than a decade, supporting Java, Apache, Linux, Eclipse, OpenStackCloud FoundryNode.js, and open governance for Docker. Through Bluemix, IBM offers a single, integrated cloud platform across public, dedicated, and on-premises deployment models. By doing so, we allow users to conceive, create and deploy the right app for their business at the right time.

Analytics capabilities offer the ability make smarter decisions with deeper insights. Cognitive solutions enable analysis of images and video to gain insights from text. Cloud DevOps solutions are designed to develop and deliver innovative applications with speed. These factors and more are why IBM was recently named as a leader in cloud application development and transformation by a leading independent technology market research firm.

Take a moment and listen to this podcast, “Performance without Limits,” with Angel Diaz, IBM vice president of cloud technology and architecture, and Joe Weinman, author of Cloudonomics: The Business Value of Cloud Computing and most recently Digital Disciplines.

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