In this proof of concept, the author uses IBM Worklight as the front-end platform and the Zend Server as the back-end platform.
In this post I would like to introduce a new function added in the Image Construction and Composition Tool (ICCT) 1.2.
Cloud terminology is already complex enough with its IaaS, SaaS, PaaS, BPaaS; so now we have one more term contributing to the overall confusion with cloud-related services. It is desktop as a service (DaaS). You might say “Well, it is just another buzz word to help marketing guys in selling virtualization” and probably you are right.
I was recently asked to investigate how we could reduce the cost of running a global telecoms business.
In depth rationale for the IBM smart migration and application delivery assessment.
With much credit to Dominique Vernier and his previous postings, I revisit the use of the Java API for IBM SmartCloud Enterprise and attempt to provide additional insights for people looking to get started.
One of the messages behind cloud computing is pay-per-use: The adoption of a virtualized, standardized, self service and automated environment should include the possibility to be charged only for the used resources. IBM SmartCloud Provisioning offers the messages of low complexity, low administration and ease of use.
If your job description requires you to store sensitive information of any sort on your work laptop or desktop computer, chances are your company security policy requires you to keep your fixed or removable disk storage encrypted. And if you’re particularly worried about the privacy of the data on your personal computer, for example your bank records, you might even keep your personal computer encrypted. But have you thought about encrypting your instances in a public cloud?
This is the second part of the IBM SmartCloud Enterprise+ blog entry with details about the service offering, features and functions, migration strategy to move workloads into the environment, and more interesting things that IBM is planning to add in the near future.