Best Operations Analytics for IBM Middleware – Try it for Service Desk!

As part of my blog series on the Best Operations Analytics for IBM Middleware – Try it to believe it!, today I am going to talk about value to Service Desk clients. IBM just introduced a new release of IBM Control Desk (ICD) 7.6 that is offered in SaaS, Hybrid and On Premise models.  This […]

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World’s leading PureApplication platform now available on POWER8

Here are the most important announcements about our IBM PureApplication, as told by Lead Offering Manager, Bill Stoddard. We announced the newest PureApplication System based on the IBM PurePower System architecture with POWER8 processors. Clients interested in a power-based application platform have used PureApp to cloud-enable, deploy, manage and move applications across hybrid cloud environments with speed […]

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The four main goals of workload automation

Have you ever thought about how much data is processed through your applications? It can make even the most analytical individual a little dazed and confused. Thankfully, there’s a way to feel more in control when it comes to immense amounts of data. Workload automation can help make sense of the mess of data you […]

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Introducing IBM Control Desk 7.6

IBM has introduced a new release of IBM Control Desk and it is raising some eyebrows. Based on a product that offers SaaS, Hybrid and On Premises solution and with a renewed push for analytics and IBM Cognos reporting, getting can more value for users that span the operational and IT environments. What is exciting […]

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Open source innovations with IBM at LinuxCon NA 2015

LinuxCon North America continues the Linux drumbeat August 17-19 at the Sheraton in Seattle, and once again IBM will have a strong presence. IBM will be talking about innovations in open technologies that are expanding beyond infrastructure software up and down the stack, into open hardware, open networking and open cloud computing. This includes a major […]

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Developer questions. Developer answers. Developer movie recommendations.

Our virtual hangout – and an opportunity to ask IBM developers anything that comes to mind – did not disappoint. From tech questions to movie recommendations, our developers were asked about who they are, what they do, why they do it and what they like. If you’re late to the party, check out one product […]

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Why use Javascript in a JSF form application

I recently conducted a Webinar on JavaServerFaces. It was part of an educating System Integrators on IBM technologies series. During it, some interesting queries emerged regarding usage of Javascript in JSF. Here, I answer those queries. JSF is a Java specification for building component-based user interfaces for web applications. JSF is primarily a server side MVC framework which means […]

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Data, analytics and fuel for the insight economy

Today’s our last day at the TDWI Analytics Experience in Boston. We’ve been busy talking up our new partnerships and expanded analytics vision for the z Systems ecosystem, and the feedback has been really positive. If you missed the news, please read this overview from Ross Mauri, General Manager of IBM z Systems. Yesterday I […]

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Real-time just got a whole lot more real

Yesterday was a very exciting day for us at the TDWI Analytics Experience in Boston, as we unveiled a number of partnerships that significantly expand analytics capabilities within the IBM z Systems ecosystem. You can get the word directly from my boss, Ross Mauri, General Manager of IBM z Systems, who set out the basics […]

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