A Guided Tour of the IBM Cloud Platform

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The IBM Cloud is the cloud for smarter business. Built to help you solve problems and advance opportunities in a world flush with data.

Watch the video below to watch an episode in  “Guided Tours”, where Ram and Sai Vennam, IBM Cloud developers, introduce IBM Cloud platform. They give you an inside view into adding an on-prem resource to a cloud-native app, developing new serverless actions and connecting a cloud weather data service. Together, they will show you the ins- and- outs of the IBM Cloud platform and the capabilities you can access.

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