cloud-native

Cloud-native application deployment across hybrid multicloud infrastructure: 451 analyst interview

Modern enterprises are quickly adopting a cloud-native approach to speed up the application lifecycle and deliver features quickly and more efficiently to users. Jay Lyman, principal analyst with 451 Research, details the flexibility of cloud-native applications across a hybrid multicloud infrastructure. In the following video interviews he shares how Kubernetes is used to deploy varied […]

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Bringing AI and cloud to low-code development: Mendix and IBM Cloud

Technical complexity and other roadblocks shouldn’t prevent organizations from using advanced cloud services. So IBM and Mendix, a leader in low-code platforms, are partnering to make sure they don’t. According to IDC, cloud computing is now a substantial part of new IT spending and is expected to grow from $96.5 billion in 2016 to more than […]

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Reflections on IBM Cloud in 2017 while looking ahead to 2018

2017 was a turning point for the cloud industry. Enterprises are rapidly adopting cloud as a platform for creating new ways to handle and drive revenue from data. With the volume of structured and unstructured data increasing every day, enterprises are demanding more than just infrastructure as a service. Part of this turnaround is due […]

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Where are you in your application cloud journey?

Whether you are building a new application or using one that’s already built, enabling and running an app on public cloud is a dilemma for many companies’ IT organizations. It not just about using the public cloud infrastructure, though compute is an essential piece. That’s just a start. You can integrate your application with the […]

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2 key observations from the Cloud and Cognitive Innovation Forum

Last week, IBM hosted more than 100 clients at an event focused on applying cloud and cognitive technology to business innovation. It was energizing and inspiring to visit with companies from dozens of industries across North America, all of which are challenged with delivering innovation faster. I came away from the event with two observations […]

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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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What are microservices?

Microservices are an architectural approach to creating cloud applications, where each application is built as a set of services. Each service runs in its own processes and communicates through application programming interfaces (API). Services are built around specific business logic, written in any language and they are independently scalable, upgradeable and deployable. When an application […]

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