1 October - Edge computing is a distributed computing framework that brings enterprise applications closer to data sources, such as IoT devices or local edge servers. Here you learn the basic concepts and key use cases for this platform so you can act quickly on the data that makes the biggest impact.
29 October - IBM and Samsung are launching a new platform that combines Samsung’s best-in-class 5G-enabled connected devices and services with IBM public cloud and AI. This platform is designed to make first responders safer, but find out why the potential applications across industries are enormous.
1 October - Analytics offers the ability to enhance user experiences, but it can be problematic. Rob High, IBM fellow and CTO, addresses the key challenges of security, latency and management — and how IBM Edge Computing tackles them head-on to deliver value and reduce cost over time.
Reintroducing the most open and secure public cloud for business
Open architectures, based on Kubernetes and containers, are driving the next wave of cloud-based business innovation. That’s why IBM Cloud™ revisited thousands of client engagements and spent two years using that insight to rebuild its public cloud on a foundation of open source software.
IBM and Red Hat: Addressing your journey to the cloud using IBM Cloud Paks
You want to build new applications to engage users, but you also want to modernize the core part of your business. Distinguished engineer, Michael Elder, discusses how IBM Cloud Paks can provide a faster and more reliable way to build, run and manage your business on the cloud.
Forrester’s Total Economic Impact: Using both IBM and Red Hat
What did this analyst find after interviewing five organizations to evaluate the business impact of possible use cases combining IBM and Red Hat offerings? See key outcomes and hear from clients choosing to use these solutions together for dependability and flexibility.
Now that IBM and Red Hat have joined forces, what does this mean from a platform perspective for Red Hat’s partners? Paul Comier from Red Hat emphasizes the importance of trust as all partners (even IBM competitors) will continue to have the same platform available to build solutions.
Clients are asking how IBM Cloud and Red Hat will work together. That's an easy answer. Red Hat OpenShift on IBM Cloud. Red Hat OpenShift on IBM Cloud is the basis for those workloads, where you can include storage, data, consulting services and developer tools to meet your needs.
IBM and Red Hat are bringing their capabilities together to form a hybrid multicloud platform that will provide enterprises with more flexibility and choice on their journey to a hybrid open cloud. In this video, Sai Vennam from IBM Cloud uses a light board to map out how you can now innovate anywhere.
IDC reports IBM is the frontrunner in providing AI for 2018 — with more organizations that are investing in AI hardware, software or services buying IBM and relying on IBM Watson™ than any other vendor. What sets IBM apart as leader of the AI provider pack?
Ruchir Puri, chief scientist of IBM Research, discusses new product releases, “explainable AI,” overcoming bias, challenges and opportunities for AI deployment within the enterprise, the future of AI and more.
AI isn’t magic. The truth is there is no AI without an IA, or information architecture. So, how do you turn your aspirations into outcomes? Learn about IBM’s prescriptive approach composed of five core imperatives we call the ladder to AI.
Together this nonprofit corporation and IBM are creating a truly autonomous vessel to advance scientific research and benefit maritime industries. See how AI and edge solutions are bringing their trailblazing vision to life.