March is always a big month for the IBM Software Newsletter. It�s the month we recap all the announcements from the just-completed IBM Pulse conference. It�s also the month we publish the year�s first System z Edition of the newsletter, which we send four times each year to subscribers with a particular interest in System z software. We mailed both just a week ago, and have a pretty clear picture (based on clicks) of what interested our readers most:
IBM to make its cloud services and software open source-based. The move ensures that innovation in cloud computing won�t be hampered by locking customers into proprietary islands of insecure, difficult-to-manage offerings. This was easily the most clicked-on item in our Pulse recap. Read the press release, and learn more about IBM leadership in cloud open standards.
Grady Booch and Tim O�Reilly share five secrets for building engaging apps. In this webcast, IBM Fellows Grady Booch and Jerry Cuomo joined O�Reilly Media founder Tim O�Reilly (who will also be speaking at IBM Impact 2013) and Google�s Angela Chang to discuss five development principles for creating enterprise-quality, high-value, engaging customer apps � and for creating them fast. Replay the webcast on demand.
Celebrate 30 years of DB2 for z/OS � with a glimpse at the next release. It�s true: IBM DB2, which began its life on the mainframe, turns 30 this year. This recent webcast covers the latest advances in DB2 10 - including the IBM DB2 Analytics Accelerator and new synergies with IBM zEnterprise� EC12 � PLUS provides a peek at plans for the next release, DB2 11. Watch it on demand.
Lots of other items got their fair share of clicks, including details on the recently-announced IBM Endpoint Manager V9.0, IBM MobileFirst, and new DB2 and IMS Tools. To see all the announcements and articles, read the IBM Software Newsletter (or System z Edition) online � and subscribe now so you get the next issue delivered straight to your inbox.Mark Scapicchio is Edition of the IBM Software Newsletter
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