We're working harder than ever to help you spend more time on your application and less time on its plumbing.
Six months ago, IBM introduced PureSystems, a collection of expert integrated systems that use built-in patterns of expertise to enable you to automate complex, cloud-related development. These include IBM PureFlex System, which provides infrastructure services that sense and anticipate resource needs to optimize infrastructure, and IBM PureApplication System, which provides platform services that optimally deploy, run, and manage applications for a rapid time to value.
Now, we're bringing that same level of expertise to the data realm with IBM PureData System, the latest addition to the PureSystems platform, which delivers data services that deploy and manage data for transaction processing and big data analytics. Take advantage of baked-in expertise that optimizes each system model, as well as simplified deployment on a resilient, security-rich, scalable infrastructure, and simplified management from a single console and through integrated system upgrades.
See for yourself what PureSystems is all about: Access the cloud-based trial or download the Virtual Pattern Kit for Developers. Because, even though plumbing is an honorable profession, it's not your job.
Until next week,
John Swanson and the developerWorks editorial team
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