A security-rich, scalable cloud-native platform
IBM for cloud native
IBM for cloud native
Enterprises look to cloud to transform their business for competitive advantage. IBM Cloud®, with FIPS 140-2 Level 4 certificate encryption, offers a security-rich cloud-native architecture to help enterprises take advantage of the automation and scalability of technologies like Kubernetes, so they can innovate and bring new ideas to market faster.
Why IBM Cloud?
For the past 20 years, IBM has invested significantly in open source code, communities and governance, including the Cloud Native Computing Foundation.
With more than 19,000 Kubernetes clusters currently in production and running, IBM Cloud is built to deliver.
IBM Cloud provides one of the highest industry standards for data encryption and adheres to more than 30 compliance programs.
In the face of a storm, the world’s top weather resource — The Weather Company® — migrated to a secure, scalable global architecture in the IBM Cloud.¹
In many cases, creating new applications is not necessary. Modernizing existing applications allows your business to leverage existing investments while benefiting from the flexibility and scalability of the cloud.
However, for some organizations, starting from scratch is easier than enhancing existing applications. Building net-new applications helps you deliver the innovation that users demand without being tethered to previous iterations or decisions. Where should you start?
A comprehensive service for fully managed Red Hat® OpenShift® on IBM Cloud clusters on a highly scalable and reliable cloud.
A functions-as-a-service (FaaS) programming platform based on serverless Apache OpenWhisk®.
An integrated set of tools that help embrace enterprise-ready DevOps and create toolchains that support your application delivery tasks.
An open source, vendor-neutral framework for creating continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) systems.
A security dashboard providing centralized security management for the admin.
A specialized approach to guide teams in acquiring the skills needed to deliver innovative user experiences.
A curated selection of open source, enterprise-ready databases delivered in a serverless pricing model.
This tutorial walks you through the process of moving a VM-based application to a Kubernetes cluster using Kubernetes Service. It also includes concepts that explain how to containerize an existing application, then deploy it to a Kubernetes cluster.
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