Infrastructure

EVRY and IBM partner to accelerate cloud adoption

For some businesses, cloud adoption has been a complex process. It isn’t something they feel confident doing alone. They usually need some help. Located in Oslo, Norway, EVRY ASA is a business solutions and consulting company that serves financial institutions, national public sector entities, municipalities and health authorities in the public and private sectors. EVRY’s […]

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Sodexo conquers asset management challenges with IBM SaaS solution

The decision to move to a software-as-a-service (SaaS) model is often driven by a number of different goals, including reducing fixed costs, meeting client demand for data localization, putting a scalable solution in place, developing a licensing structure that matches usage patterns and gaining the ability to deploy new functionalities rapidly. Business leaders at Sodexo, […]

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Bombardier selects IBM for $700 million services management partnership

Bombardier announced this week that it has signed a six-year, $700 million agreement with IBM that includes IBM Services and IBM Cloud management of the aerospace and transportation company’s worldwide IT infrastructure. “Bombardier is working to improve productivity, reduce costs and grow earnings,” said Sean Terriah, Bombardier chief information officer, aerospace and corporate office. “This IT […]

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Answering 7 common cloud architecture questions

This excerpt from Get started with architectures by Kim Gajda was originally published on the IBM Bluemix blog. Once upon a time, a developer’s job was simple: Write code to connect to your company database, and voilà, you have a new app and happy users. That might have been your manager’s view of your job. […]

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Fire and rescue service improves discovery and efficiency with BPM on Cloud

When one thinks of a fire and rescue service, the image of a firefighter courageously rushing into a burning building is likely the first to come to mind. While saving lives and property are inarguably the most important elements of the Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service (CFRS) mission, it encompasses more, including educational instruction and […]

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IBM Bluemix helps Biop Medical accurately perform early cancer detection

According to the World Health Organization, more than one million women worldwide are living with cervical cancer, and many of them have no access to health services. While cervical cancer rates are lower in developed nations over the past 30 years due to screening and treatment programs, rates in developing countries haven’t reduced, and in […]

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NVIDIA Tesla P100 GPU: Be prepared for the AI revolution

We know you’ve been wanting faster and easier access to GPU computing for AI in the cloud, so today we are excited to be the first major cloud provider to globally offer the NVIDIA Tesla P100 GPU card currently being revved up in our data centers and will be available in the forthcoming weeks. NVIDIA […]

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Momentum mounts for Kubernetes, cloud native

For any new technology, there are few attributes more valuable then momentum. In the open tech space, few projects have as much momentum as Kubernetes and cloud native application development. The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) kicked off the European leg of its biannual CloudNativeCon/KubeCon event in Berlin by welcoming five new member organizations and […]

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Benefits of increasing use of cloud managed services

This is the second part in a two-part interview series with Lynda Stadtmueller, vice president of cloud services for the analyst firm Frost & Sullivan. In part one, we discussed why 80 percent of US companies plan to increase their use of cloud managed services. Today, she offers perspective on the benefits that cloud managed […]

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Come prove your building skills with WebSphere

Remember how awesome your building block structures were as a kid? Sure, others followed the instructions and built “by-the-book” pieces, but not you. Your designs were completely original, and therefore the greatest contraptions of all, complete with trap doors and aircraft vehicles that could transform into submarines. You didn’t know this then: that life has […]

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Open Technology Summit focuses on contributors

The Open Technology Summit, now in its fifth year, has become an annual state of the union for the established and budding open source projects that IBM supports. The conclusion drawn at Sunday’s OTS during IBM InterConnect in Las Vegas is that the state of open tech is strong and getting stronger. The event brought […]

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Now’s the time for a multi-cloud strategy

After recent outages from major cloud providers affected thousands of businesses in the US, many CIOs and CTOs are thinking hard about their cloud strategies. Specifically, they’re looking at the risks of having one service provider across their entire cloud environment, which includes the vulnerabilities of internal, on-premises systems. This is very similar to the […]

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