Kubernetes

IBM Storage brings enterprise data services to containers

Cloud object storage, Flash storage, Hybrid cloud storage...

Today, 85 percent of enterprises are operating in a hybrid multicloud environment;[1] at the same time, IDC expects the worldwide installed base of container instances to reach three billion in 2021.[2] While hybrid multicloud architectures and container adoption have become common, challenges exist for these interwoven technologies. Containers are easily deployed for experimentation and new ...read more


Riding LinuxONE Systems in the hybrid cloud

Data security, LinuxONE solutions, Open source

Alf Thunberg often rides a motorcycle to the office. He repairs his two motorcycles himself, and rides the vintage bikes to work, wearing his helmet and a business suit. He’s taking an all-in-one approach to his daily travels, reducing unnecessary costs wherever possible. He applies the same approach to deploy client applications on scalable data ...read more


The next “tick” of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for IBM Z and LinuxONE

Linux on z, LinuxONE solutions, Mainframes

The working philosophy at Fort Vale is “continuous improvement” according to the UK-based engineering company deploying its new ERP system on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and IBM LinuxONE. Continuous improvement is also a good theme for the next “tick” of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server – following the “tick-tock” approach that SUSE uses for releases. SLES ...read more


IBM Storage builds on leadership for containers

Cloud object storage, Modern data platforms, Real-time analytics...

Next directions to accelerate cloud native Containers are an increasingly important element in the design techniques for enterprises to develop and deliver applications and services with greater speed and agility as part of their cloud-native transformation. IBM Storage has taken a position in enabling the data management and protection of containers with open-source Kubernetes integrations. ...read more


Simplify journey to multicloud with IBM Power Systems

Cloud computing, Power servers, Power Systems

Enterprises increasingly implement multiple cloud solutions to support a diverse array of workloads. They tap into public cloud services, build private clouds and construct hybrid clouds in an effort to optimize the balance of performance, control and cost for each application. They also can gain resiliency, reliability and flexibility benefits when strategically distributing applications, software ...read more


Delivering applications faster on IBM Power Systems

DevOps, IBM Systems Lab Services, Linux on Power Systems...

The need to deliver business applications to customers faster is ever increasing. Banks, online retailers, tech startups — they all want to reach their customers with new offers and solutions that beat the competition. This puts a lot of pressure on application development and IT teams to deliver regular application updates that are high quality, ...read more


Take control of your cloud with simple and affordable steps

AI, Cloud servers, OpenPOWER...

With many public cloud adopters moving workloads back on premises due to security and cost concerns, it’s become clear to IT leaders that an “only public” cloud strategy is not the panacea that was promised. Many have instead started embracing “multi-cloud” environments, where some resources and applications are sourced from trusted public cloud providers and ...read more


IBM Spectrum Access Blueprint for IBM Cloud Private

AI, Cloud computing, Deep learning...

A few months ago, IBM introduced a new blueprint concept called IBM Spectrum Access Blueprint for IBM Cloud Private. Think of it as a recipe for deploying your own private cloud environment. To refresh your memory, IBM introduced this innovative and revolutionary platform as a service (PaaS) delivering IBM applications and middleware for modernizing traditional ...read more


Secure, scalable clouds and containers

Cloud computing, Data security, Digital transformation...

IBM LinuxONE and Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Canonical has announced their latest enterprise Linux distribution – Ubuntu 18.04 LTS – with an increased focus on both containers and multi-cloud infrastructure. Ubuntu supports IBM LinuxONE, including the recently announced Rockhopper II. Ubuntu 18.04 LTS is a great match for LinuxONE’s enterprise server hardware, with its optimization for ...read more