Today, IBM launches its marketplace for cloud in conjunction with IBM Impact 2014 in Las Vegas. At this marketplace (http://ibm.com/cloud/marketplace), you can find all you need for your cloud projects. It spans from consulting services to runtime environments and from infrastructure as a service (IaaS) to software as a service (SaaS). It is a real, single landing […]
IBM Cloud offerings have become more and more attractive. During IBM Pulse 2014, a new service was announced, called Codename: BlueMix, that can really speed up your development and thus the time it takes to have your app in the marketplace. The scenario we used to demonstrate this involves multiple services, including software as a […]
I was challenged to describe how cloud computing works in 500 words. It was such an interesting challenge that I had to take it. First, you have to know what cloud computing is to understand the advantages of this new way of providing computing resources in the cloud. Second, you have to understand the different types […]
For me, there are two types of mobile applications: stand-alone and non-stand-alone. A stand-alone mobile application is an application that doesn't require external services to run (which is very rare, by the way).
In this proof of concept, the author uses IBM Worklight as the front-end platform and the Zend Server as the back-end platform.
IBM just announced version 1.1 of the IBM SmartCloud Application Services, which provides additional functionality, patterns and resiliency.
Today at IBM Innovate in Orlando, a new, no-cost trial was announced for IBM Worklight and IBM SmartCloud Application Services.