IBM Research talks cloud innovation at OpenStack Meetups

This autumn, several developers from IBM Research unveiled their latest cloud innovation to the OpenStack Meetup groups in New York City and Philadelphia. The researchers, all OpenStack committers, presented their work on several subprojects (including Nova, Heat, Swift, and Neutron) and received community feedback in both cities to drive further improvement. Community members from dozens […]

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IBM contributions to OpenStack go beyond the code

Co-authored by Manuel Silveyra In just four years, OpenStack has become the largest and most active open source project—not just the hottest cloud technology. As of the October 16, 2014, Juno release, the overall number of contributors has surpassed 2,500 and there have been nearly 130,000 code commits. In 2014 alone, there’s been an average […]

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Learn about cloud (or share your expertise) at a local Meetup

One powerful thing about cloud computing is that resources are virtualized and distributed globally. But a great way to learn (or share your knowledge) about cloud computing itself is to attend a local Meetup group. I’ve hosted New York PHP user group meetings for ten years. I recently established the NYC Cloud Foundry Meetup and […]

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Capturing business partner patterns of expertise with Zend Technologies

In this post, I describe the benefits of a pattern-based approach and share an example from Zend Technologies, an IBM Business Partner.

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Manage and monitor IBM SmartCloud resources from your mobile device

IBM is bringing social, mobile and cloud together with IBM SmartCloud mobile applications for iPhone, iPad, and BlackBerry devices.

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