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cloud-integration-middleware-thoughts-on-cloudHello to regular readers of Thoughts on Cloud, home for news and expert analysis from the world of cloud computing. I am thrilled to announce that, beginning today, the cloud content previously published at the IBM site In the Making will now run here.

We’ve moved to make it easier than ever for cloud professionals to learn, explore and engage with cloud stories from across IBM. On Thoughts on Cloud, we’ll continue to deliver insight and analysis on cloud integration topics from IBM thought leaders and experts, as well as from the broader world of cloud computing.

Some of the topics we’ll be adding or expanding include:

  • Application deployment and platforms
  • Business process
  • DevOps
  • IT Service Management
  • Software integration for cloud, business and applications

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