IBM Cloud Private

Does your data deserve a private cloud?

Your business and your data are unique. For that reason, your enterprise architecture must also be tailored to fit the exact needs of your business. When data is involved, you want choices, not tradeoffs. More importantly, you want your solutions to build upon and complement one another. For most companies, the variety of data sources […]

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10 of the top IBM Cloud news stories of 2017

If you were to boil down the news of 2017 into a single, pithy slogan, you might make it, “Expect the unexpected.” That sentiment was true for IBM Cloud, with exciting new client announcements, big leaps forward in technologies such as containers, and partnerships that continue to drive cloud adoption around the world. Yet all […]

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4 common myths about private cloud

Recently, we unveiled IBM Cloud Private. It’s been exciting to see the impact that this technology has had on our clients’ businesses. Many immediately understood the value of the offering. But for those who are still evaluating their cloud adoption model, there are still some misconceptions of why a private cloud may be needed. If […]

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Beyond the hype: Designing a cloud for data

Many of the tech industry headlines I’ve read this week have discussed advancements in AI and deep learning, describing how cloud providers are enabling enterprises to unlock the value of the vast amounts of data now stored in the cloud. IDC estimates that by 2018, nearly 75 percent of developers will build AI functionality into […]

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In the news: IBM Cloud Private

This month, IBM launched IBM Cloud Private, a scalable cloud platform built on open source frameworks and that runs on users’ own infrastructure. IBM Fellow Bala Rajaraman described it as a way to “use your heritage to your advantage.” But he’s not the only one talking about what IBM Cloud Private can do. Numerous print […]

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Enter the dragon with IBM Cloud Private

Comparing IBM Cloud Private to Bruce Lee might sound like a stretch for most people.  I mean, Bruce Lee was Kato from the Green Hornet! He used nunchucks! He even defeated Walker Texas Ranger, aka Chuck Norris! But if you strip away the top layer and replace the nunchucks with a transformative private cloud platform […]

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What is IBM Cloud Private?

What if you could empower your business to deliver competitive, innovative and elastic apps and integrate them with your existing applications, data and processes? What if you could enable your administrators to exploit and manage the dynamics of cloud while still addressing compliance and regulatory requirements? And what if you could do all of this […]

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IBM empowers Java community with an open source first approach

As Java developers tackle cloud-based deployment models to solve complex enterprise problems, new architectural patterns such as microservices are emerging, evolving existing programming models and inventing new ones. In the last few weeks, IBM has announced plans to help reinvigorate the developer community. Interested in understanding IBM’s broader strategy and long-standing commitment to open source? […]

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Tackling digital transformation in the multicloud world

In today’s digital economy, enterprises face disruption by innovative business models and new players in the established industries. Their customers increasingly demand seamless and engaging experiences through a range of digital channels, including mobile apps, web, and IoT devices. Thanks to the immediacy of social media, many people have no patience for brands that fail […]

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Announcing IBM Cloud Private for Microservice Builder

Last week IBM announced the launch of Microservice Builder, a powerful new technology stack squarely aimed at simplifying development of microservices. Microservice Builder enables developers to easily learn about the intricacies of microservice app development and quickly compose and build innovative services. Then developers can rapidly deploy microservices across environments by using a pre-integrated DevOps […]

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Cognitive computing is driving ROI on cloud

A driving force in cloud adoption is the cost savings one gets from eliminating physical servers, then migrating applications and data into the cloud. This reduces up-front capital expenditures (CAPEX) and enables budget planning that is based around operating expenditures (OPEX) and on-demand service provisioning. Undoubtedly this propels pricing competition among major cloud service providers. […]

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