Is there too much choice with hybrid multicloud?

Blockchain, Cloud computing, Multicloud

From time to time, we invite industry thought leaders to share their opinions and insights on current technology trends to the IBM Systems IT Infrastructure blog. The opinions in these posts are their own, and do not necessarily reflect the views of IBM. Cloud technology is now known by many names and this can be more

Building a hybrid cloud strategy with IBM Systems Consulting

Cloud computing, Digital transformation, IBM Systems Lab Services

In my previous post, I argued that a foundational element of digital transformation is the integration of new technologies with existing core systems into hybrid clouds. In IBM Lab Services Systems Consulting, we work with clients around the world using a combination of proven expertise, tools and methodologies to develop business-aligned IT strategies and implementation more

The three C’s of enterprise security for bolstering defenses

Cloud computing, Data security, Mainframes

If you’ve picked up a newspaper or visited a news site in the past few weeks, it will come as no surprise: the number, variety and complexity of enterprise security threats all continue to increase in the modern digital age. In addition to a constant stream of malicious outside threats, enterprises also need to contend more

IBM Storage in action at HIMSS17

Flash storage, Software-defined computing, Software-defined storage...

Today, many healthcare enterprises find themselves dealing with too much data, delivering too little insight. And as we move forward, the challenge will grow. By 2020, it’s estimated that the amount of medical knowledge available to us will double every 73 days, and doctors may have to tackle 200 times the amount of medical data more

Creating the infrastructure needed for the connected economy

Cloud computing, Data security, Encryption...

  The emerging model of the “Connected Economy” promises to usher in a new era of business. The increasing links between people, organizations and machines are opening new ways to reach customers, collaborate with partners and gain insights for offering more personalized services. The Connected Economy, though, depends on an IT infrastructure with seamless integration more

Shaping workload scheduling: IBM Workload Scheduler 9.3 FP2

IBM just released Fix Pack 1 for Workload Scheduler Version 9.3 in December of 2015. So why then is a brand new fix pack being published only months later? What is so important that they had to release a new fix pack? Hear the news and insights directly from the experts. Get comfortable and listen more

The cloud event of the year is coming to a city near you!

You know you need to address the cloud mandate, yet challenges exist connecting on-premises data and applications with new cloud services. How do you drive innovation through technology while managing security and containing costs? How do you use your expertise to help your company modernize and succeed in this ever-changing world? Engage in a half more

Open PaaS – hybrid cloud on IBM PureApplication

Looking at the evolution of IBM PureApplication from 2012 to 2016, PureApplication has a bright future. With hundreds of units sold and three versions available (System, Service on SoftLayer and Software), the PureApplication platform has made its way into the IBM cloud management portfolio. Now, the future is more promising than ever. PureApplication is becoming more

A new user experience with the new Control Desk UI

In an unpredictable world, maintaining quality of service requires the right infrastructure strategy and management tools. The right management capabilities ensure that services meet continuously rigorous demands for superior availability. A new update of IBM Control Desk on SaaS released delivers plenty of new capabilities for self-service users and administrators. The latest deliverable, coming after more