Cloud Native App Planner

This planner is designed to help you quickly figure out the best way for your team to get started with cloud-native development.

Your priority

Select your company's app development priority.

Improve the app design process
Innovate user experience
Deliver and update apps faster
Make a supply chain more efficient
Make IoT data actionable
Get and apply insights from existing data
Your business: 1 of 4

Does your dev team rapidly collaborate & prototype based on empathy and intention of the end user?

Yes
No
Your business: 2 of 4

Does your app design rely on how user feedback is analyzed / utilized for the next iteration of your app?

Yes
No
Your business: 3 of 4

Do you currently use design techniques, such as personas, empathy maps, as-is scenarios, design ideation, to-be scenarios, wireframe sketches, hypothesis-driven design, and defining a project benefit your current app design process?

Yes
No
Your business: 4 of 4

Given your top use case, which transformation approach will your company most likely use?

Modernize & Extend
Build new
Your business: 1 of 2

Do you already have online customer service beyond interactive telephone system?

Yes
No
Your business: 2 of 2

Does hands-free mode improve user experience of your apps?

Yes
No
Your business: 1 of 5

Are your operations teams rewarded for uptime and stability, and developers for delivering new features?

Yes
No
Your business: 2 of 5

Does your customer satisfaction increase if user feedback was analyzed / utilized for the next iteration of your app?

Yes
No
Your business: 3 of 5

Does your business depend on code improvements & quick releases to keep customers happy?

Yes
No
Your business: 4 of 5

Does your company culture currently foster collaboration and sharing?

Yes
No
Your business: 5 of 5

Given your top use case, which transformation approach will your company most likely use?

Modernize & Extend
Build New
Your business: 1 of 3

Does your business depend on a supply chain that involves other organizations?

Yes
No
Your business: 2 of 3

Would your business operate more efficiently if records were always fully transparent to all parties involved?

Yes
No
Your business: 3 of 3

Select the most relevant to your business:

Freight transportation
Operational maintenance data logs
Component tracking and compliance
Managing digital identifications
Maintaining accuracy of customer financial information
Transaction settlement processes
Managing payment remittances
None applicable
Your business: 1 of 5

Does your business update configuration software on end-user devices?

Yes
No
Your business: 2 of 5

Do your apps work with sensor data from devices?

Yes
No
Your business: 3 of 5

Do your apps process electronic RFID data?

Yes
No
Your business: 4 of 5

Would analyzing device data as part of CI/CD improve customer experience of an app?

Yes
No
Your business: 5 of 5

Given your top use case, which transformation approach will your company most likely use?

Modernize & Extend
Build New
Your business: 1 of 2

Does your team have a data scientist?

Yes
No
Your business: 2 of 2

Does your team already use Apache Spark?

Yes
No
Your initiatives

Select your priority business goal:

Expand into a new digital market
Reduce IT costs
Increase customer engagement
Your work process

Which of these describes your app development process now?

"We use agile practices but in silos."
"We use agile practices in teams that integrate stakeholders across our whole business."
"Our teams work in silos and deliver apps using a waterfall model."
Project 01

If you're focused on improving app design and user experience, execute a project like this:

Move an existing app into the cloud, broadly refactor it as microservices (usually 1 or 2), and deploy each component in its own container. You may need to integrate one or more microservices with resources that remain on premises. In that case, you can create and secure the API endpoints with IBM Cloud service API Connect. This project will take advantage of the built-in platform toolchain to enable continuous integration and delivery.

This project advances your highest business priority — expanding in your market — by accelerating app design and delivery while remaining customer-centric.

Projected outcome

Your team can now observe user behavior and other feedback to quickly make code changes that improve an app's user experience.

For example, you see that customers are having trouble using merchandise return functions. You trace the problem to how account and checkout code talk to each other. With the app rearchitecture, you can quickly push the updated code through the new pipeline in hours rather than weeks.

Application schematic diagram detailing a cloud-native deployment that utilizes microservices architecture and containerization of application components. The diagram shows elements in the following groups: 1. developer, 2. IBM Cloud, and 3. Slack.

Cloud-native app architecture

Implementing an app on a cloud platform succeeds best when business logic lives in decoupled components (often referred to as microservices). Components remain independent yet interoperable by using API endpoints to exchange information.

American Airlines airplane flying with IBM and American Airlines logo in the image.
Case Study

See how American Airlines did it:

In a third of the usual time, they built a rebooking app that gives travelers control over necessary rerouting.

Read case study
A diagram composed of hexagons with icons arranged around a central pillar of culture. This diagram shows how utilizing IBM Cloud for cloud-native application development results in many cultural benefits that are reflected in the following categories: think, code, deliver, fun, manage, learn - all contributing to culture in the center.

Cultural benefits

Your team completes this project with familiar coding tools but within a customer-centric design methodology that unifies stakeholders across your business.

DevOps toolchain

The cloud platform creates a pipeline of stages in which the team uses preferred tools to version code, kickoff builds, tests and deployments. You can easily have a pipeline for each independent component in your app, freeing up the team to divide work efficiently and collaboratively. Best of all, a well-defined DevOps pipeline automates repetitive tasks, keeping developers focused on creatively coding.

Design thinking

What does the user of your app want? The team uses empathy mapping and other tactics to understand the prospective customers needs and intentions. That understanding remains a guide for confirming the user experience of the app in its stages of development.

Here is your report to plan your app project

Compliance

All businesses with European reach now must comply with GDPR regulations or face steep fines. IBM Cloud platform itself is GDPR-compliant and additionally helps you meet industry requirements, including HIPPA, SOX, PCI/DSS, SOC Types 1-2-3, ISO, and FFIEC. The IBM Cloud platform is designed with global regulations expertise, based on countless certifications and more than 3,500 security patents.

Project 02

If you're focused on improving app design and user experience, execute a project like this:

Move an existing app into the cloud, broadly refactor it as microservices (usually 1 or 2), and deploy each component in its own container. You may need to integrate one or more microservices with resources that remain on premises. In that case, you can create and secure the API endpoints with IBM Cloud service API Connect. This project will take advantage of the built-in platform toolchain to enable continuous integration and delivery.

This project advances your highest business priority — increasing customer engagement— by remaining customer-centric while accelerating app design and delivery.

Projected outcome

Your team can now observe user behavior and other feedback to quickly make code changes that improve an app's user experience.

For example, you see that customers are having trouble using merchandise return functions. You trace the problem to how account and checkout code talk to each other. With the app rearchitecture, you can quickly push the updated code through the new pipeline in hours rather than weeks.

Application schematic diagram detailing a cloud-native deployment that utilizes microservices architecture and containerization of application components. The diagram shows elements in the following groups: 1. developer, 2. IBM Cloud, and 3. Slack.

Cloud-native app architecture

Implementing an app on a cloud platform succeeds best when business logic lives in decoupled components (often referred to as microservices). Components remain independent yet interoperable by using API endpoints to exchange information.

American Airlines airplane flying with IBM and American Airlines logo in the image.
Case Study

See how American Airlines did it:

In a third of the usual time, they built a rebooking app that gives travelers control over necessary rerouting.

Read case study
A diagram composed of hexagons with icons arranged around a central pillar of culture. This diagram shows how utilizing IBM Cloud for cloud-native application development results in many cultural benefits that are reflected in the following categories: think, code, deliver, fun, manage, learn - all contributing to culture in the center.

Cultural benefits

Your team completes this project with familiar coding tools but within a customer-centric design methodology that unifies stakeholders across your business.

DevOps toolchain

The cloud platform creates a pipeline of stages in which the team uses preferred tools to version code, kickoff builds, tests and deployments. You can easily have a pipeline for each independent component in your app, freeing up the team to divide work efficiently and collaboratively. Best of all, a well-defined DevOps pipeline automates repetitive tasks, keeping developers focused on creatively coding.

Design thinking

What does the user of your app want? The team uses empathy mapping and other tactics to understand the prospective customers needs and intentions. That understanding remains a guide for confirming the user experience of the app in its stages of development.

Here is your report to plan your app project

Compliance

All businesses with European reach now must comply with GDPR regulations or face steep fines. IBM Cloud platform itself is GDPR-compliant and additionally helps you meet industry requirements, including HIPPA, SOX, PCI/DSS, SOC Types 1-2-3, ISO, and FFIEC. The IBM Cloud platform is designed with global regulations expertise, based on countless certifications and more than 3,500 security patents.

Project 03

If you're focused on improving app design and user experience, execute a project like this:

Move an existing app into the cloud, broadly refactor it as microservices (usually 1 or 2), and deploy each component in its own container. You may need to integrate one or more microservices with resources that remain on premises. In that case, you can create and secure the API endpoints with IBM Cloud service API Connect. This project will take advantage of the built-in platform toolchain to enable continuous integration and delivery.

This project advances your highest business priority — IT efficiency — by accelerating app design and delivery on IBM Cloud platform while remaining customer-centric.

Projected outcome

Your team can now observe user behavior and other feedback to quickly make code changes that improve an app's user experience.

For example, you see that customers are having trouble using merchandise return functions. You trace the problem to how account and checkout code talk to each other. With the app rearchitecture, you can quickly push the updated code through the new pipeline in hours rather than weeks.

Application schematic diagram detailing a cloud-native deployment that utilizes microservices architecture and containerization of application components. The diagram shows elements in the following groups: 1. developer, 2. IBM Cloud, and 3. Slack.

Cloud-native app architecture

Implementing an app on a cloud platform succeeds best when business logic lives in decoupled components (often referred to as microservices). Components remain independent yet interoperable by using API endpoints to exchange information.

American Airlines airplane flying with IBM and American Airlines logo in the image.
Case Study

See how American Airlines did it:

In a third of the usual time, they built a rebooking app that gives travelers control over necessary rerouting.

Read case study
A diagram composed of hexagons with icons arranged around a central pillar of culture. This diagram shows how utilizing IBM Cloud for cloud-native application development results in many cultural benefits that are reflected in the following categories: think, code, deliver, fun, manage, learn - all contributing to culture in the center.

Cultural benefits

Your team completes this project with familiar coding tools but within a customer-centric design methodology that unifies stakeholders across your business.

DevOps toolchain

The cloud platform creates a pipeline of stages in which the team uses preferred tools to version code, kickoff builds, tests and deployments. You can easily have a pipeline for each independent component in your app, freeing up the team to divide work efficiently and collaboratively. Best of all, a well-defined DevOps pipeline automates repetitive tasks, keeping developers focused on creatively coding.

Design thinking

What does the user of your app want? The team uses empathy mapping and other tactics to understand the prospective customers needs and intentions. That understanding remains a guide for confirming the user experience of the app in its stages of development.

Here is your report to plan your app project

Compliance

All businesses with European reach now must comply with GDPR regulations or face steep fines. IBM Cloud platform itself is GDPR-compliant and additionally helps you meet industry requirements, including HIPPA, SOX, PCI/DSS, SOC Types 1-2-3, ISO, and FFIEC. The IBM Cloud platform is designed with global regulations expertise, based on countless certifications and more than 3,500 security patents.

Project 04

If you're wanting to improve operations by gaining insights from device data, execute a project like this:

Direct sensor data from edge devices into Watson IoT Platform. Use Watson platform tools to predictively analyze the data. Push alerts and other information to a web or mobile monitoring dashboard.

This project advances your highest business priority — expanding in your market — by enabling your app(s) to respond predictively to host devices.

Projected outcome

Your app userbuys anedgedevice and downloadsyourappto connect, which allowsthemtocreate an account and give a name to their car.

They are then able to use the app to viewthecar’s fuel level, receive a notification when fuel is low and get directions to the nearest gas station. They can also access the app to remotely lock and unlockthecar.

Application schematic diagram that depicts a cloud-native application that utilizes the Watson IoT platform to predictively analyze data from edge devices. The application enables remote monitoring of internet of things devices to help enterprise asset management of devices, vehicles, and other devices.

Cloud-native app architecture

Implementing an app on a cloud platform succeeds best when business logic lives in decoupled components (often referred to as microservices). Components remain independent yet interoperable by using API endpoints to exchange information.

GreenQ corporation logo with text "Making garbage trucks smarter."
Case Study

See how GreenQ did it:

By monitoring bin weight, capacity, collection time and location, and using data analytics tools, GreenQ provides the waste management industry with a solution that optimizes service.

Read case study
A diagram composed of hexagons with icons arranged around a central pillar of culture. This diagram shows how utilizing IBM Cloud for cloud-native application development results in many cultural benefits that are reflected in the following categories: think, code, deliver, fun, manage, learn - all contributing to culture in the center.

Cultural benefits

Your team completes this project with familiar coding tools but within a customer-centric design methodology that unifies stakeholders across your business.

DevOps toolchain

The cloud platform creates a pipeline of stages in which the team uses preferred tools to version code, kickoff builds, tests and deployments. You can easily have a pipeline for each independent component in your app, freeing up the team to divide work efficiently and collaboratively. Best of all, a well-defined DevOps pipeline automates repetitive tasks, keeping developers focused on creatively coding.

Design thinking

What does the user of your app want? The team uses empathy mapping and other tactics to understand the prospective customers needs and intentions. That understanding remains a guide for confirming the user experience of the app in its stages of development.

Here is your report to plan your app project

Compliance

All businesses with European reach now must comply with GDPR regulations or face steep fines. IBM Cloud platform itself is GDPR-compliant and additionally helps you meet industry requirements, including HIPPA, SOX, PCI/DSS, SOC Types 1-2-3, ISO, and FFIEC. The IBM Cloud platform is designed with global regulations expertise, based on countless certifications and more than 3,500 security patents.

Project 05

If you're wanting to improve operations by gaining insights from device data, execute a project like this:

Direct sensor data from edge devices into Watson IoT Platform. Use Watson platform tools to predictively analyze the data. Push alerts and other information to a web or mobile monitoring dashboard.

This project advances your highest business priority — increasing customer engagement — by enabling your app(s) to respond predictively to host devices.

Projected outcome

Your app userbuys anedgedevice and downloadsyourappto connect, which allowsthemtocreate an account and give a name to their car.

They are then able to use the app to viewthecar’s fuel level, receive a notification when fuel is low and get directions to the nearest gas station. They can also access the app to remotely lock and unlockthecar.

Application schematic diagram that depicts a cloud-native application that utilizes the Watson IoT platform to predictively analyze data from edge devices. The application enables remote monitoring of internet of things devices to help enterprise asset management of devices, vehicles, and other devices.

Cloud-native app architecture

Implementing an app on a cloud platform succeeds best when business logic lives in decoupled components (often referred to as microservices). Components remain independent yet interoperable by using API endpoints to exchange information.

GreenQ corporation logo with text "Making garbage trucks smarter."
Case Study

See how GreenQ did it:

By monitoring bin weight, capacity, collection time and location, and using data analytics tools, GreenQ provides the waste management industry with a solution that optimizes service.

Read case study
A diagram composed of hexagons with icons arranged around a central pillar of culture. This diagram shows how utilizing IBM Cloud for cloud-native application development results in many cultural benefits that are reflected in the following categories: think, code, deliver, fun, manage, learn - all contributing to culture in the center.

Cultural benefits

Your team completes this project with familiar coding tools but within a customer-centric design methodology that unifies stakeholders across your business.

DevOps toolchain

The cloud platform creates a pipeline of stages in which the team uses preferred tools to version code, kickoff builds, tests and deployments. You can easily have a pipeline for each independent component in your app, freeing up the team to divide work efficiently and collaboratively. Best of all, a well-defined DevOps pipeline automates repetitive tasks, keeping developers focused on creatively coding.

Design thinking

What does the user of your app want? The team uses empathy mapping and other tactics to understand the prospective customers needs and intentions. That understanding remains a guide for confirming the user experience of the app in its stages of development.

Here is your report to plan your app project

Compliance

All businesses with European reach now must comply with GDPR regulations or face steep fines. IBM Cloud platform itself is GDPR-compliant and additionally helps you meet industry requirements, including HIPPA, SOX, PCI/DSS, SOC Types 1-2-3, ISO, and FFIEC. The IBM Cloud platform is designed with global regulations expertise, based on countless certifications and more than 3,500 security patents.

Project 06

If you're wanting to improve operations by gaining insights from device data, execute a project like this:

Direct sensor data from edge devices into Watson IoT Platform. Use Watson platform tools to predictively analyze the data. Push alerts and other information to a web or mobile monitoring dashboard.

This project advances your highest business priority — IT efficiency — by bringing predictive intelligence to key devices.

Projected outcome

Your app userbuys anedgedevice and downloadsyourappto connect, which allowsthemtocreate an account and give a name to their car.

They are then able to use the app to viewthecar’s fuel level, receive a notification when fuel is low and get directions to the nearest gas station. They can also access the app to remotely lock and unlockthecar.

Application schematic diagram that depicts a cloud-native application that utilizes the Watson IoT platform to predictively analyze data from edge devices. The application enables remote monitoring of internet of things devices to help enterprise asset management of devices, vehicles, and other devices.

Cloud-native app architecture

Implementing an app on a cloud platform succeeds best when business logic lives in decoupled components (often referred to as microservices). Components remain independent yet interoperable by using API endpoints to exchange information.

GreenQ corporation logo with text "Making garbage trucks smarter."
Case Study

See how GreenQ did it:

By monitoring bin weight, capacity, collection time and location, and using data analytics tools, GreenQ provides the waste management industry with a solution that optimizes service.

Read case study
A diagram composed of hexagons with icons arranged around a central pillar of culture. This diagram shows how utilizing IBM Cloud for cloud-native application development results in many cultural benefits that are reflected in the following categories: think, code, deliver, fun, manage, learn - all contributing to culture in the center.

Cultural benefits

Your team completes this project with familiar coding tools but within a customer-centric design methodology that unifies stakeholders across your business.

DevOps toolchain

The cloud platform creates a pipeline of stages in which the team uses preferred tools to version code, kickoff builds, tests and deployments. You can easily have a pipeline for each independent component in your app, freeing up the team to divide work efficiently and collaboratively. Best of all, a well-defined DevOps pipeline automates repetitive tasks, keeping developers focused on creatively coding.

Design thinking

What does the user of your app want? The team uses empathy mapping and other tactics to understand the prospective customers needs and intentions. That understanding remains a guide for confirming the user experience of the app in its stages of development.

Here is your report to plan your app project

Compliance

All businesses with European reach now must comply with GDPR regulations or face steep fines. IBM Cloud platform itself is GDPR-compliant and additionally helps you meet industry requirements, including HIPPA, SOX, PCI/DSS, SOC Types 1-2-3, ISO, and FFIEC. The IBM Cloud platform is designed with global regulations expertise, based on countless certifications and more than 3,500 security patents.

Project 07

If you're wanting to deploy and update apps faster, execute a project like this:

Your teampicks an app idea that is in the team's sprint backlog. (An internal-facing app is often a good choice for limiting risk.) Use microservices to build the app, and integrate with your existing services as needed.With a single low-risk project, using the built-in platform toolchain on IBM Cloud, your team will learn the practices to do continuous integration and delivery.

This project advances your highest business priority — expanding in your market — by accelerating app design and delivery while remaining customer-centric.

Projected outcome

Your employees can access an HR chatbot via your company's database to quickly access their personal information such as compensation, health benefits and paid time off, without consuming time and effort from your HR staff.

Application schematic diagram depicting a cloud-native application, built on IBM Cloud, that enables an agile approach to application development, continuous improvement and integration. This type of application enables developers to quickly work through a backlog of work as well as making real-time improvements to end-user experience by monitoring application performance and creating fixes on the fly.

Cloud-native app architecture

Implementing an app on a cloud platform succeeds best when business logic lives in decoupled components (often referred to as microservices). Components remain independent yet interoperable by using API endpoints to exchange information.

Bendigo and Adelaide Bank logo.
Case Study

See how Bendigo Bank did it:

Using IBM Cloud platform, DevOps tools and the Garage Method, Bendigo has transformed their development organization to deliver new and updated apps in a third of their usual time.

Read case study
A diagram composed of hexagons with icons arranged around a central pillar of culture. This diagram shows how utilizing IBM Cloud for cloud-native application development results in many cultural benefits that are reflected in the following categories: think, code, deliver, fun, manage, learn - all contributing to culture in the center.

Cultural benefits

Your team completes this project with familiar coding tools but within a customer-centric design methodology that unifies stakeholders across your business.

DevOps toolchain

The cloud platform creates a pipeline of stages in which the team uses preferred tools to version code, kickoff builds, tests and deployments. You can easily have a pipeline for each independent component in your app, freeing up the team to divide work efficiently and collaboratively. Best of all, a well-defined DevOps pipeline automates repetitive tasks, keeping developers focused on creatively coding.

Design thinking

What does the user of your app want? The team uses empathy mapping and other tactics to understand the prospective customers needs and intentions. That understanding remains a guide for confirming the user experience of the app in its stages of development.

Here is your report to plan your app project

Compliance

All businesses with European reach now must comply with GDPR regulations or face steep fines. IBM Cloud platform itself is GDPR-compliant and additionally helps you meet industry requirements, including HIPPA, SOX, PCI/DSS, SOC Types 1-2-3, ISO, and FFIEC. The IBM Cloud platform is designed with global regulations expertise, based on countless certifications and more than 3,500 security patents.

Project 08

If you're wanting to deploy and update apps faster, execute a project like this:

Your teampicks an app idea that is in the team's sprint backlog. (An internal-facing app is often a good choice for limiting risk.) Use microservices to build the app, and integrate with your existing services as needed.With a single low-risk project, using the built-in platform toolchain on IBM Cloud, your team will learn the practices to do continuous integration and delivery.

This project advances your highest business priority — increasing customer engagement — by remaining customer-centric while accelerating app design and delivery.

Projected outcome

Your employees can access an HR chatbot via your company's database to quickly access their personal information such as compensation, health benefits and paid time off, without consuming time and effort from your HR staff.

Application schematic diagram depicting a cloud-native application, built on IBM Cloud, that enables an agile approach to application development, continuous improvement and integration. This type of application enables developers to quickly work through a backlog of work as well as making real-time improvements to end-user experience by monitoring application performance and creating fixes on the fly.

Cloud-native app architecture

Implementing an app on a cloud platform succeeds best when business logic lives in decoupled components (often referred to as microservices). Components remain independent yet interoperable by using API endpoints to exchange information.

Bendigo and Adelaide Bank logo.
Case Study

See how Bendigo Bank did it:

Using IBM Cloud platform, DevOps tools and the Garage Method, Bendigo has transformed their development organization to deliver new and updated apps in a third of their usual time.

Read case study
A diagram composed of hexagons with icons arranged around a central pillar of culture. This diagram shows how utilizing IBM Cloud for cloud-native application development results in many cultural benefits that are reflected in the following categories: think, code, deliver, fun, manage, learn - all contributing to culture in the center.

Cultural benefits

Your team completes this project with familiar coding tools but within a customer-centric design methodology that unifies stakeholders across your business.

DevOps toolchain

The cloud platform creates a pipeline of stages in which the team uses preferred tools to version code, kickoff builds, tests and deployments. You can easily have a pipeline for each independent component in your app, freeing up the team to divide work efficiently and collaboratively. Best of all, a well-defined DevOps pipeline automates repetitive tasks, keeping developers focused on creatively coding.

Design thinking

What does the user of your app want? The team uses empathy mapping and other tactics to understand the prospective customers needs and intentions. That understanding remains a guide for confirming the user experience of the app in its stages of development.

Here is your report to plan your app project

Compliance

All businesses with European reach now must comply with GDPR regulations or face steep fines. IBM Cloud platform itself is GDPR-compliant and additionally helps you meet industry requirements, including HIPPA, SOX, PCI/DSS, SOC Types 1-2-3, ISO, and FFIEC. The IBM Cloud platform is designed with global regulations expertise, based on countless certifications and more than 3,500 security patents.

Project 09

If you're wanting to deploy and update apps faster, execute a project like this:

Your teampicks an app idea that is in the team's sprint backlog. (An internal-facing app is often a good choice for limiting risk.) Use microservices to build the app, and integrate with your existing services as needed.With a single low-risk project, using the built-in platform toolchain on IBM Cloud, your team will learn the practices to do continuous integration and delivery.

This project advances your highest business priority — IT efficiency — by accelerating app design and delivery on IBM Cloud platform while remaining customer-centric.

Projected outcome

Your employees can access an HR chatbot via your company's database to quickly access their personal information such as compensation, health benefits and paid time off, without consuming time and effort from your HR staff.

Application schematic diagram depicting a cloud-native application, built on IBM Cloud, that enables an agile approach to application development, continuous improvement and integration. This type of application enables developers to quickly work through a backlog of work as well as making real-time improvements to end-user experience by monitoring application performance and creating fixes on the fly.

Cloud-native app architecture

Implementing an app on a cloud platform succeeds best when business logic lives in decoupled components (often referred to as microservices). Components remain independent yet interoperable by using API endpoints to exchange information.

Bendigo and Adelaide Bank logo.
Case Study

See how Bendigo Bank did it:

Using IBM Cloud platform, DevOps tools and the Garage Method, Bendigo has transformed their development organization to deliver new and updated apps in a third of their usual time.

Read case study
A diagram composed of hexagons with icons arranged around a central pillar of culture. This diagram shows how utilizing IBM Cloud for cloud-native application development results in many cultural benefits that are reflected in the following categories: think, code, deliver, fun, manage, learn - all contributing to culture in the center.

Cultural benefits

Your team completes this project with familiar coding tools but within a customer-centric design methodology that unifies stakeholders across your business.

DevOps toolchain

The cloud platform creates a pipeline of stages in which the team uses preferred tools to version code, kickoff builds, tests and deployments. You can easily have a pipeline for each independent component in your app, freeing up the team to divide work efficiently and collaboratively. Best of all, a well-defined DevOps pipeline automates repetitive tasks, keeping developers focused on creatively coding.

Design thinking

What does the user of your app want? The team uses empathy mapping and other tactics to understand the prospective customers needs and intentions. That understanding remains a guide for confirming the user experience of the app in its stages of development.

Here is your report to plan your app project

Compliance

All businesses with European reach now must comply with GDPR regulations or face steep fines. IBM Cloud platform itself is GDPR-compliant and additionally helps you meet industry requirements, including HIPPA, SOX, PCI/DSS, SOC Types 1-2-3, ISO, and FFIEC. The IBM Cloud platform is designed with global regulations expertise, based on countless certifications and more than 3,500 security patents.

Project 10

If you're wanting to achieve business efficiency through increasingly better self service apps, execute a project like this:

Your team adds an intelligent chatbot to an existing internal system (for example, an HR benefits management site). We suggest using Watson Assistant to build the logic. You'll integrate the chatbot with an existing app via API. You could use other Watson services, as desired, to enhance the user experience. In this case, speech-to-text would allow the user to communicate hands-free with the bot. This project will give your team experience building an AI-enhanced app and improving its accuracy and range by partnering with supportive customers.

This project advances your highest business priority — expanding in your market — by developing an AI-driven app and testing it with an internal audience.

Projected outcome

Your employees can access an HR chatbot via your company's database to quickly access their personal information such as compensation, health benefits and paid time off, without consuming time and effort from your HR staff.

Application schematic diagram depicting a cloud-native application that utilizes Watson Assistant to build app logic to integrate feature such as a chatbot, and speech-to-text recognition allowing end users to communicate hands free. This HR-focused chatbot application example of an AI-enhanced app running on IBM Cloud that is designed to make enterprises run more efficiently.

Cloud-native app architecture

Implementing an app on a cloud platform succeeds best when business logic lives in decoupled components (often referred to as microservices). Components remain independent yet interoperable by using API endpoints to exchange information.

Ubank logo.
Case Study

See how UBank did it:

Using Watson Assistant, UBank created and continues to improve a chatbot that has so far improved online home loan applications by 15 percent.

Read case study
A diagram composed of hexagons with icons arranged around a central pillar of culture. This diagram shows how utilizing IBM Cloud for cloud-native application development results in many cultural benefits that are reflected in the following categories: think, code, deliver, fun, manage, learn - all contributing to culture in the center.

Cultural benefits

Your team completes this project with familiar coding tools but within a customer-centric design methodology that unifies stakeholders across your business.

DevOps toolchain

The cloud platform creates a pipeline of stages in which the team uses preferred tools to version code, kickoff builds, tests and deployments. You can easily have a pipeline for each independent component in your app, freeing up the team to divide work efficiently and collaboratively. Best of all, a well-defined DevOps pipeline automates repetitive tasks, keeping developers focused on creatively coding.

Design thinking

What does the user of your app want? The team uses empathy mapping and other tactics to understand the prospective customers needs and intentions. That understanding remains a guide for confirming the user experience of the app in its stages of development.

Here is your report to plan your app project

Compliance

All businesses with European reach now must comply with GDPR regulations or face steep fines. IBM Cloud platform itself is GDPR-compliant and additionally helps you meet industry requirements, including HIPPA, SOX, PCI/DSS, SOC Types 1-2-3, ISO, and FFIEC. The IBM Cloud platform is designed with global regulations expertise, based on countless certifications and more than 3,500 security patents.

Project 11

If you're wanting to achieve business efficiency through increasingly better self service apps, execute a project like this:

Your team adds an intelligent chatbot to an existing internal system (for example, an HR benefits management site). We suggest using Watson Assistant to build the logic. You'll integrate the chatbot with an existing app via API. You could use other Watson services, as desired, to enhance the user experience. In this case, speech-to-text would allow the user to communicate hands-free with the bot. This project will give your team experience building an AI-enhanced app and improving its accuracy and range by partnering with supportive customers.

This project advances your highest business priority — expanding in your market — by developing an AI-driven app and testing it with an internal audience.

Projected outcome

Your employees can access an HR chatbot via your company's database to quickly access their personal information such as compensation, health benefits and paid time off, without consuming time and effort from your HR staff.

Application schematic diagram depicting a cloud-native application that utilizes Watson Assistant to build app logic to integrate feature such as a chatbot, and speech-to-text recognition allowing end users to communicate hands free. This HR-focused chatbot application example of an AI-enhanced app running on IBM Cloud that is designed to make enterprises run more efficiently.

Cloud-native app architecture

Implementing an app on a cloud platform succeeds best when business logic lives in decoupled components (often referred to as microservices). Components remain independent yet interoperable by using API endpoints to exchange information.

Ubank logo.
Case Study

See how UBank did it:

Using Watson Assistant, UBank created and continues to improve a chatbot that has so far improved online home loan applications by 15 percent.

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Cultural benefits

Your team completes this project with familiar coding tools but within a customer-centric design methodology that unifies stakeholders across your business.

DevOps toolchain

The cloud platform creates a pipeline of stages in which the team uses preferred tools to version code, kickoff builds, tests and deployments. You can easily have a pipeline for each independent component in your app, freeing up the team to divide work efficiently and collaboratively. Best of all, a well-defined DevOps pipeline automates repetitive tasks, keeping developers focused on creatively coding.

Design thinking

What does the user of your app want? The team uses empathy mapping and other tactics to understand the prospective customers needs and intentions. That understanding remains a guide for confirming the user experience of the app in its stages of development.

Here is your report to plan your app project

Compliance

All businesses with European reach now must comply with GDPR regulations or face steep fines. IBM Cloud platform itself is GDPR-compliant and additionally helps you meet industry requirements, including HIPPA, SOX, PCI/DSS, SOC Types 1-2-3, ISO, and FFIEC. The IBM Cloud platform is designed with global regulations expertise, based on countless certifications and more than 3,500 security patents.

Project 12

If you're wanting to achieve business efficiency through increasingly better self service apps, execute a project like this:

Your team adds an intelligent chatbot to an existing internal system (for example, an HR benefits management site). We suggest using Watson Assistant to build the logic. You'll integrate the chatbot with an existing app via API. You could use other Watson services, as desired, to enhance the user experience. In this case, speech-to-text would allow the user to communicate hands-free with the bot. This project will give your team experience building an AI-enhanced app and improving its accuracy and range by partnering with supportive customers.

This project advances your highest business priority — IT efficiency — by delivering an AI-driven user experience that frees up team members to do more important work.

Projected outcome

Your employees can access an HR chatbot via your company's database to quickly access their personal information such as compensation, health benefits and paid time off, without consuming time and effort from your HR staff.

Application schematic diagram depicting a cloud-native application that utilizes Watson Assistant to build app logic to integrate feature such as a chatbot, and speech-to-text recognition allowing end users to communicate hands free. This HR-focused chatbot application example of an AI-enhanced app running on IBM Cloud that is designed to make enterprises run more efficiently.

Cloud-native app architecture

Implementing an app on a cloud platform succeeds best when business logic lives in decoupled components (often referred to as microservices). Components remain independent yet interoperable by using API endpoints to exchange information.

Ubank logo.
Case Study

See how UBank did it:

Using Watson Assistant, UBank created and continues to improve a chatbot that has so far improved online home loan applications by 15 percent.

Read case study
A diagram composed of hexagons with icons arranged around a central pillar of culture. This diagram shows how utilizing IBM Cloud for cloud-native application development results in many cultural benefits that are reflected in the following categories: think, code, deliver, fun, manage, learn - all contributing to culture in the center.

Cultural benefits

Your team completes this project with familiar coding tools but within a customer-centric design methodology that unifies stakeholders across your business.

DevOps toolchain

The cloud platform creates a pipeline of stages in which the team uses preferred tools to version code, kickoff builds, tests and deployments. You can easily have a pipeline for each independent component in your app, freeing up the team to divide work efficiently and collaboratively. Best of all, a well-defined DevOps pipeline automates repetitive tasks, keeping developers focused on creatively coding.

Design thinking

What does the user of your app want? The team uses empathy mapping and other tactics to understand the prospective customers needs and intentions. That understanding remains a guide for confirming the user experience of the app in its stages of development.

Here is your report to plan your app project

Compliance

All businesses with European reach now must comply with GDPR regulations or face steep fines. IBM Cloud platform itself is GDPR-compliant and additionally helps you meet industry requirements, including HIPPA, SOX, PCI/DSS, SOC Types 1-2-3, ISO, and FFIEC. The IBM Cloud platform is designed with global regulations expertise, based on countless certifications and more than 3,500 security patents.

Project 13

If you're thinking about how to extract valuable insights from connected devices to improve operations, enable innovative business models and predict future demands, execute a project like this:

Your team sends data from relevant edge device(s) to Watson Data Platform, an Internet of Things (IoT) platform. Your team can then use Watson platform tools to analyze the data predictively and push alerts and information to a web or mobile dashboard as needed.

This project advances your highest business priority — expanding in your market — by enabling your app(s) to respond predictively to host devices.

Projected outcome

Your app user buys an edge device and downloads your app to connect, which allows them to create an account and give a name to their car.

Application schematic diagram showing an enterprise cloud-native, Internet of Think application that makes use of the Watson Data platform to send and receive data from edge devices. This application allows development teams to analyze data predictively and push alerts and other information to mobile and web dashboards.

Cloud-native app architecture

Implementing an app on a cloud platform succeeds best when business logic lives in decoupled components (often referred to as microservices). Components remain independent yet interoperable by using API endpoints to exchange information.

Movesense By Suunto logo.
Case Study

See how Suunto did it:

Suunto provides a cloud-based environment for developers to create apps that use biometric data generated by the company’s microsensors.

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Cultural benefits

Your team completes this project with familiar coding tools but within a customer-centric design methodology that unifies stakeholders across your business.

DevOps toolchain

The cloud platform creates a pipeline of stages in which the team uses preferred tools to version code, kickoff builds, tests and deployments. You can easily have a pipeline for each independent component in your app, freeing up the team to divide work efficiently and collaboratively. Best of all, a well-defined DevOps pipeline automates repetitive tasks, keeping developers focused on creatively coding.

Design thinking

What does the user of your app want? The team uses empathy mapping and other tactics to understand the prospective customers needs and intentions. That understanding remains a guide for confirming the user experience of the app in its stages of development.

Here is your report to plan your app project

Compliance

All businesses with European reach now must comply with GDPR regulations or face steep fines. IBM Cloud platform itself is GDPR-compliant and additionally helps you meet industry requirements, including HIPPA, SOX, PCI/DSS, SOC Types 1-2-3, ISO, and FFIEC. The IBM Cloud platform is designed with global regulations expertise, based on countless certifications and more than 3,500 security patents.

Project 14

If you're thinking about how to extract valuable insights from connected devices to improve operations, enable innovative business models and predict future demands, execute a project like this:

Your team sends data from relevant edge device(s) to Watson Data Platform, an Internet of Things (IoT) platform. Your team can then use Watson platform tools to analyze the data predictively and push alerts and information to a web or mobile dashboard as needed.

This project advances your highest business priority — increasing customer engagement — by enabling your app(s) to respond predictively to host devices.

Projected outcome

Your app user buys an edge device and downloads your app to connect, which allows them to create an account and give a name to their car.

Application schematic diagram showing an enterprise cloud-native, Internet of Think application that makes use of the Watson Data platform to send and receive data from edge devices. This application allows development teams to analyze data predictively and push alerts and other information to mobile and web dashboards.

Cloud-native app architecture

Implementing an app on a cloud platform succeeds best when business logic lives in decoupled components (often referred to as microservices). Components remain independent yet interoperable by using API endpoints to exchange information.

Movesense By Suunto logo.
Case Study

See how Suunto did it:

Suunto provides a cloud-based environment for developers to create apps that use biometric data generated by the company’s microsensors.

Read case study
A diagram composed of hexagons with icons arranged around a central pillar of culture. This diagram shows how utilizing IBM Cloud for cloud-native application development results in many cultural benefits that are reflected in the following categories: think, code, deliver, fun, manage, learn - all contributing to culture in the center.

Cultural benefits

Your team completes this project with familiar coding tools but within a customer-centric design methodology that unifies stakeholders across your business.

DevOps toolchain

The cloud platform creates a pipeline of stages in which the team uses preferred tools to version code, kickoff builds, tests and deployments. You can easily have a pipeline for each independent component in your app, freeing up the team to divide work efficiently and collaboratively. Best of all, a well-defined DevOps pipeline automates repetitive tasks, keeping developers focused on creatively coding.

Design thinking

What does the user of your app want? The team uses empathy mapping and other tactics to understand the prospective customers needs and intentions. That understanding remains a guide for confirming the user experience of the app in its stages of development.

Here is your report to plan your app project

Compliance

All businesses with European reach now must comply with GDPR regulations or face steep fines. IBM Cloud platform itself is GDPR-compliant and additionally helps you meet industry requirements, including HIPPA, SOX, PCI/DSS, SOC Types 1-2-3, ISO, and FFIEC. The IBM Cloud platform is designed with global regulations expertise, based on countless certifications and more than 3,500 security patents.

Project 15

If you're thinking about how to extract valuable insights from connected devices to improve operations, enable innovative business models and predict future demands, execute a project like this:

Your team sends data from relevant edge device(s) to Watson Data Platform, an Internet of Things (IoT) platform. Your team can then use Watson platform tools to analyze the data predictively and push alerts and information to a web or mobile dashboard as needed.

This project advances your highest business priority — IT efficiency — by bringing predictive intelligence to key devices.

Projected outcome

Your app user buys an edge device and downloads your app to connect, which allows them to create an account and give a name to their car.

Application schematic diagram showing an enterprise cloud-native, Internet of Think application that makes use of the Watson Data platform to send and receive data from edge devices. This application allows development teams to analyze data predictively and push alerts and other information to mobile and web dashboards.

Cloud-native app architecture

Implementing an app on a cloud platform succeeds best when business logic lives in decoupled components (often referred to as microservices). Components remain independent yet interoperable by using API endpoints to exchange information.

Movesense By Suunto logo.
Case Study

See how Suunto did it:

Suunto provides a cloud-based environment for developers to create apps that use biometric data generated by the company’s microsensors.

Read case study
A diagram composed of hexagons with icons arranged around a central pillar of culture. This diagram shows how utilizing IBM Cloud for cloud-native application development results in many cultural benefits that are reflected in the following categories: think, code, deliver, fun, manage, learn - all contributing to culture in the center.

Cultural benefits

Your team completes this project with familiar coding tools but within a customer-centric design methodology that unifies stakeholders across your business.

DevOps toolchain

The cloud platform creates a pipeline of stages in which the team uses preferred tools to version code, kickoff builds, tests and deployments. You can easily have a pipeline for each independent component in your app, freeing up the team to divide work efficiently and collaboratively. Best of all, a well-defined DevOps pipeline automates repetitive tasks, keeping developers focused on creatively coding.

Design thinking

What does the user of your app want? The team uses empathy mapping and other tactics to understand the prospective customers needs and intentions. That understanding remains a guide for confirming the user experience of the app in its stages of development.

Here is your report to plan your app project

Compliance

All businesses with European reach now must comply with GDPR regulations or face steep fines. IBM Cloud platform itself is GDPR-compliant and additionally helps you meet industry requirements, including HIPPA, SOX, PCI/DSS, SOC Types 1-2-3, ISO, and FFIEC. The IBM Cloud platform is designed with global regulations expertise, based on countless certifications and more than 3,500 security patents.

Project 16

If you're wanting to improve efficiencies in your supply chain and partner network, execute a project like this:

Build a blockchain network in the cloud and connect to it as a back end for the existing web app your business uses to manage an internal or external supply chain or other recurrent set of transactions (for example, an insurance database).

This project advances your highest business priority — expanding in your market — by making a business process that involves partners much more efficient.

Projected outcome

The business newly backed by the blockchain will gain improved performance, speed and efficiency. Your team gains the skills related to integrating new and old services in cloud-based continuous integration and continuous delivery pipeline.

IBM Cloud experts can partner with you on any aspect of this project.

Application schematic diagram depicting a cloud-native enterprise application the uses blockchain technology to build a network in the cloud that connects to back-end infrastructure to manage an internal or external supply chain or other recurrent set of transactions.

Cloud-native app architecture

Implementing an app on a cloud platform succeeds best when business logic lives in decoupled components (often referred to as microservices). Components remain independent yet interoperable by using API endpoints to exchange information.

SiS id logo.
Case Study

See how Sis did it:

Sis built a blockchain to eliminate fraud in a system for paying the invoices of upstream suppliers.

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Cultural benefits

Your team completes this project with familiar coding tools but within a customer-centric design methodology that unifies stakeholders across your business.

DevOps toolchain

The cloud platform creates a pipeline of stages in which the team uses preferred tools to version code, kickoff builds, tests and deployments. You can easily have a pipeline for each independent component in your app, freeing up the team to divide work efficiently and collaboratively. Best of all, a well-defined DevOps pipeline automates repetitive tasks, keeping developers focused on creatively coding.

Design thinking

What does the user of your app want? The team uses empathy mapping and other tactics to understand the prospective customers needs and intentions. That understanding remains a guide for confirming the user experience of the app in its stages of development.

Here is your report to plan your app project

Compliance

All businesses with European reach now must comply with GDPR regulations or face steep fines. IBM Cloud platform itself is GDPR-compliant and additionally helps you meet industry requirements, including HIPPA, SOX, PCI/DSS, SOC Types 1-2-3, ISO, and FFIEC. The IBM Cloud platform is designed with global regulations expertise, based on countless certifications and more than 3,500 security patents.

Project 17

If you're wanting to improve efficiencies in your supply chain and partner network, execute a project like this:

Build a blockchain network in the cloud and connect to it as a back end for the existing web app your business uses to manage an internal or external supply chain or other recurrent set of transactions (for example, an insurance database).

This project advances your highest business priority — better engaging customers — by reducing complexity within business processes.

Projected outcome

The business newly backed by the blockchain will gain improved performance, speed and efficiency. Your team gains the skills related to integrating new and old services in cloud-based continuous integration and continuous delivery pipeline.

IBM Cloud experts can partner with you on any aspect of this project.

Application schematic diagram depicting a cloud-native enterprise application the uses blockchain technology to build a network in the cloud that connects to back-end infrastructure to manage an internal or external supply chain or other recurrent set of transactions.

Cloud-native app architecture

Implementing an app on a cloud platform succeeds best when business logic lives in decoupled components (often referred to as microservices). Components remain independent yet interoperable by using API endpoints to exchange information.

SiS id logo.
Case Study

See how Sis did it:

Sis built a blockchain to eliminate fraud in a system for paying the invoices of upstream suppliers.

Read case study
A diagram composed of hexagons with icons arranged around a central pillar of culture. This diagram shows how utilizing IBM Cloud for cloud-native application development results in many cultural benefits that are reflected in the following categories: think, code, deliver, fun, manage, learn - all contributing to culture in the center.

Cultural benefits

Your team completes this project with familiar coding tools but within a customer-centric design methodology that unifies stakeholders across your business.

DevOps toolchain

The cloud platform creates a pipeline of stages in which the team uses preferred tools to version code, kickoff builds, tests and deployments. You can easily have a pipeline for each independent component in your app, freeing up the team to divide work efficiently and collaboratively. Best of all, a well-defined DevOps pipeline automates repetitive tasks, keeping developers focused on creatively coding.

Design thinking

What does the user of your app want? The team uses empathy mapping and other tactics to understand the prospective customers needs and intentions. That understanding remains a guide for confirming the user experience of the app in its stages of development.

Here is your report to plan your app project

Compliance

All businesses with European reach now must comply with GDPR regulations or face steep fines. IBM Cloud platform itself is GDPR-compliant and additionally helps you meet industry requirements, including HIPPA, SOX, PCI/DSS, SOC Types 1-2-3, ISO, and FFIEC. The IBM Cloud platform is designed with global regulations expertise, based on countless certifications and more than 3,500 security patents.

Project 18

If you're wanting to improve efficiencies in your supply chain and partner network, execute a project like this:

Build a blockchain network in the cloud and connect to it as a back end for the existing web app your business uses to manage an internal or external supply chain or other recurrent set of transactions (for example, an insurance database).

This project advances your highest business priority — IT efficiency — by simplying roles and prompting for action within business processes.

Projected outcome

The business newly backed by the blockchain will gain improved performance, speed and efficiency. Your team gains the skills related to integrating new and old services in cloud-based continuous integration and continuous delivery pipeline.

IBM Cloud experts can partner with you on any aspect of this project.

Application schematic diagram depicting a cloud-native enterprise application the uses blockchain technology to build a network in the cloud that connects to back-end infrastructure to manage an internal or external supply chain or other recurrent set of transactions.

Cloud-native app architecture

Implementing an app on a cloud platform succeeds best when business logic lives in decoupled components (often referred to as microservices). Components remain independent yet interoperable by using API endpoints to exchange information.

SiS id logo.
Case Study

See how Sis did it:

Sis built a blockchain to eliminate fraud in a system for paying the invoices of upstream suppliers.

Read case study
A diagram composed of hexagons with icons arranged around a central pillar of culture. This diagram shows how utilizing IBM Cloud for cloud-native application development results in many cultural benefits that are reflected in the following categories: think, code, deliver, fun, manage, learn - all contributing to culture in the center.

Cultural benefits

Your team completes this project with familiar coding tools but within a customer-centric design methodology that unifies stakeholders across your business.

DevOps toolchain

The cloud platform creates a pipeline of stages in which the team uses preferred tools to version code, kickoff builds, tests and deployments. You can easily have a pipeline for each independent component in your app, freeing up the team to divide work efficiently and collaboratively. Best of all, a well-defined DevOps pipeline automates repetitive tasks, keeping developers focused on creatively coding.

Design thinking

What does the user of your app want? The team uses empathy mapping and other tactics to understand the prospective customers needs and intentions. That understanding remains a guide for confirming the user experience of the app in its stages of development.

Here is your report to plan your app project

Compliance

All businesses with European reach now must comply with GDPR regulations or face steep fines. IBM Cloud platform itself is GDPR-compliant and additionally helps you meet industry requirements, including HIPPA, SOX, PCI/DSS, SOC Types 1-2-3, ISO, and FFIEC. The IBM Cloud platform is designed with global regulations expertise, based on countless certifications and more than 3,500 security patents.

Project 19

If you're wanting to get deeper insights from data sets, execute a project like this:

Your team builds machine learning models using visual modeling tools to quickly identify patterns and gain insights into data sets, enabling quicker decision-making.

This project advances your highest business priority — expanding in your market — by generating actionable insights into your customers.

Projected outcome

Your team can sort through warehouses of customer and user data and extract patterns that drive business innovations.

Application schematic diagram depicting a use case for IBM Cloud to help enterprises create new IT efficiencies by building machine learning models using visual modeling tools to quickly identify patterns and gain insights into data sets - to enable quicker decision making across the enterprise.

Cloud-native app architecture

Implementing an app on a cloud platform succeeds best when business logic lives in decoupled components (often referred to as microservices). Components remain independent yet interoperable by using API endpoints to exchange information.

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Case Study

See how Sharpe Engineering did it:

Using real-time data analytics, Sharpe Engineering has been able to predict post-traumatic epilepsy before patients develop it.

Read case study
A diagram composed of hexagons with icons arranged around a central pillar of culture. This diagram shows how utilizing IBM Cloud for cloud-native application development results in many cultural benefits that are reflected in the following categories: think, code, deliver, fun, manage, learn - all contributing to culture in the center.

Cultural benefits

Your team completes this project with familiar coding tools but within a customer-centric design methodology that unifies stakeholders across your business.

DevOps toolchain

The cloud platform creates a pipeline of stages in which the team uses preferred tools to version code, kickoff builds, tests and deployments. You can easily have a pipeline for each independent component in your app, freeing up the team to divide work efficiently and collaboratively. Best of all, a well-defined DevOps pipeline automates repetitive tasks, keeping developers focused on creatively coding.

Design thinking

What does the user of your app want? The team uses empathy mapping and other tactics to understand the prospective customers needs and intentions. That understanding remains a guide for confirming the user experience of the app in its stages of development.

Here is your report to plan your app project

Compliance

All businesses with European reach now must comply with GDPR regulations or face steep fines. IBM Cloud platform itself is GDPR-compliant and additionally helps you meet industry requirements, including HIPPA, SOX, PCI/DSS, SOC Types 1-2-3, ISO, and FFIEC. The IBM Cloud platform is designed with global regulations expertise, based on countless certifications and more than 3,500 security patents.

Project 20

If you're wanting to get deeper insights from data sets, execute a project like this:

Your team builds machine learning models using visual modeling tools to quickly identify patterns and gain insights into data sets, enabling quicker decision-making.

This project advances your highest business priority — better engaging customers — by refining understanding of customer behavior.

Projected outcome

Your team can sort through warehouses of customer and user data and extract patterns that drive business innovations.

Application schematic diagram depicting a use case for IBM Cloud to help enterprises create new IT efficiencies by building machine learning models using visual modeling tools to quickly identify patterns and gain insights into data sets - to enable quicker decision making across the enterprise.

Cloud-native app architecture

Implementing an app on a cloud platform succeeds best when business logic lives in decoupled components (often referred to as microservices). Components remain independent yet interoperable by using API endpoints to exchange information.

Share Engineering Inc; "Better Knowledge Faster" logo.
Case Study

See how Sharpe Engineering did it:

Using real-time data analytics, Sharpe Engineering has been able to predict post-traumatic epilepsy before patients develop it.

Read case study
A diagram composed of hexagons with icons arranged around a central pillar of culture. This diagram shows how utilizing IBM Cloud for cloud-native application development results in many cultural benefits that are reflected in the following categories: think, code, deliver, fun, manage, learn - all contributing to culture in the center.

Cultural benefits

Your team completes this project with familiar coding tools but within a customer-centric design methodology that unifies stakeholders across your business.

DevOps toolchain

The cloud platform creates a pipeline of stages in which the team uses preferred tools to version code, kickoff builds, tests and deployments. You can easily have a pipeline for each independent component in your app, freeing up the team to divide work efficiently and collaboratively. Best of all, a well-defined DevOps pipeline automates repetitive tasks, keeping developers focused on creatively coding.

Design thinking

What does the user of your app want? The team uses empathy mapping and other tactics to understand the prospective customers needs and intentions. That understanding remains a guide for confirming the user experience of the app in its stages of development.

Here is your report to plan your app project

Compliance

All businesses with European reach now must comply with GDPR regulations or face steep fines. IBM Cloud platform itself is GDPR-compliant and additionally helps you meet industry requirements, including HIPPA, SOX, PCI/DSS, SOC Types 1-2-3, ISO, and FFIEC. The IBM Cloud platform is designed with global regulations expertise, based on countless certifications and more than 3,500 security patents.

Project 21

If you're wanting to get deeper insights from data sets, execute a project like this:

Your team builds machine learning models using visual modeling tools to quickly identify patterns and gain insights into data sets, enabling quicker decision-making.

This project advances your highest business priority — IT efficiency — by creating new business value from existing data.

Projected outcome

Your team can sort through warehouses of customer and user data and extract patterns that drive business innovations.

Application schematic diagram depicting a use case for IBM Cloud to help enterprises create new IT efficiencies by building machine learning models using visual modeling tools to quickly identify patterns and gain insights into data sets - to enable quicker decision making across the enterprise.

Cloud-native app architecture

Implementing an app on a cloud platform succeeds best when business logic lives in decoupled components (often referred to as microservices). Components remain independent yet interoperable by using API endpoints to exchange information.

Share Engineering Inc; "Better Knowledge Faster" logo.
Case Study

See how Sharpe Engineering did it:

Using real-time data analytics, Sharpe Engineering has been able to predict post-traumatic epilepsy before patients develop it.

Read case study
A diagram composed of hexagons with icons arranged around a central pillar of culture. This diagram shows how utilizing IBM Cloud for cloud-native application development results in many cultural benefits that are reflected in the following categories: think, code, deliver, fun, manage, learn - all contributing to culture in the center.

Cultural benefits

Your team completes this project with familiar coding tools but within a customer-centric design methodology that unifies stakeholders across your business.

DevOps toolchain

The cloud platform creates a pipeline of stages in which the team uses preferred tools to version code, kickoff builds, tests and deployments. You can easily have a pipeline for each independent component in your app, freeing up the team to divide work efficiently and collaboratively. Best of all, a well-defined DevOps pipeline automates repetitive tasks, keeping developers focused on creatively coding.

Design thinking

What does the user of your app want? The team uses empathy mapping and other tactics to understand the prospective customers needs and intentions. That understanding remains a guide for confirming the user experience of the app in its stages of development.

Here is your report to plan your app project

Compliance

All businesses with European reach now must comply with GDPR regulations or face steep fines. IBM Cloud platform itself is GDPR-compliant and additionally helps you meet industry requirements, including HIPPA, SOX, PCI/DSS, SOC Types 1-2-3, ISO, and FFIEC. The IBM Cloud platform is designed with global regulations expertise, based on countless certifications and more than 3,500 security patents.