Market shifts are fundamentally changing the way businesses are approaching software delivery. In a recent study from the IBM Institute for Business Value (IBV), more than 400 business executives identified the top software trends that will impact the competitiveness of their enterprises in the next five years, including cloud, mobile, big data and social/collaboration. Of the companies surveyed who are able to leverage software development and delivery for competitive advantage, almost 70 percent outperform their peers on profitability.... [More]
JazzHub , IBM's web application that enables users to collaborate with others to plan, track, develop, and deploy software in the cloud, is constantly evolving. In addition to JazzHub recently receiving a snazzy makeover, JazzHub has been enhanced to support automatically deploying code to the cloud as well as creating Git repositories hosted at JazzHub. Lauren Schaefer, a web developer for JazzHub, will be leading a session on March 11 to walk you through JazzHub's latest and greatest features.
The DevOps Services team will be all over the place at IBM Innovate ! With a bunch of great sessions and interactive experiences planned, there are lots of ways for you to learn about IBM DevOps Services and BlueMix , meet our team, and try out our tools in person. Below you’ll find just a sampling of a few of the places you can learn more about IDS and BlueMix at Innovate. For a full list of sessions and workshops, see the Innovate 2014 Agenda .
Be sure to follow our twitter account @JazzHub... [More]
Why is BlueMix smilin' at me? IBM Innovate 2014 is chock full of sessions and workshops about Codename: BlueMix beta, a flexible platform built on open standards leveraging the best of breed IBM technologies, applications and services. However, you don't have to wait for Innovate to leverage IBM's cloud platform; you can begin your free trial today to:
Develop your apps: from concept to live in minutes
Scale your app to meet automatic auto-scaling
Experience the... [More]
The DevOps and continuous delivery in the cloud with JazzHub session at IBM Pulse focused on lessons learned while implementing solutions in the cloud and the importance of taking a DevOps approach. Ben Chodroff, CloudOne CTO, and Hari Vetsa, Rational Architect, spoke to the team’s migration from IBM SmartCloud Enterprise to SoftLayer. A major reason the team chose to move to SoftLayer is that the more malleable nature of SoftLayer proved a better fit for what they were after. Ben Chodroff advised that when moving to cloud, “make... [More]
Have you heard about the new IBM Pulse event – dev@Pulse ? It's a 2-day exclusive event for developers, taking place in Las Vegas from February 24-25. It features the latest content in app design and delivery - spanning the topics of gaming, mobility, artificial intelligence, open technologies and more.
I won’t wait any longer to tell you the best part. It’s free! Really, all the dev@Pulse happenings will cost you nothing. Not only is it free of charge, but also free of PowerPoint pitches, and product pitches -- the... [More]
In step 3, the most recent of my posts on the topic of getting started with DevOps ( step 1 , step 2 and step 3 ) I discussed how you would prioritize your practice improvements through a simple process using user priorities, pain points and complexity. Then I discussed creating a backlog of these prioritized improvements and explained how to group them into an improvement release measurable that could help produce specific outcomes and support an incremental roll out of changes. With those steps in mind, we now move to the final... [More]
Recently, JazzHub received a new name, IBM DevOps Services , and we’ve been working hard to enhance our DevOps services to make the site even more DevOps-y (can we pretend for a moment that “DevOps-y” is a word?). We’re thrilled about our new name and our new features, and we can’t wait to meet you at IBM Impact to talk all about it.
Below are some highlights of all the places we’ll be next week at IBM Impact!
by Gina Poole During Innovate last week, I provided an overview of the announcements about our spring launch for product & systems teams. Today, I'd like to give you a few details about our announcements geared for IT organizations. There are three key areas of capability that will help IT organizations: Accelerate delivery through improved integration across the application lifecycle Reduce cost and create new business value by expanding application lifecycle management beyond the development team Improve flexibility and boost... [More]
If you’re heading to IBM Pulse or looking for an excuse to be in the neighbourhood you should sign up for dev@Pulse ! This is a free 2 day event being held at the Hakkasan Nightclub in MGM Grand. Registering gets you access to a free party on Monday evening and Pulse Palooza on Tuesday night.
There are no peds at dev@Pulse, just open tables and short labs to learn about our technology. I’m running a lab that will show how you can code and host a Node.js app completely in a Cloud based... [More]
IBM Pulse 2014 has been full of exciting announcements - including several announcements around Rational offerings and DevOps solutions supporting the IBM Cloud initiative, plus exciting new capabilities for Mobile development.
IBM DevOps Services ( JazzHub ) optimized for Codename: BlueMix (open beta) . New capabilities in JazzHub capitalizing on the learning from more than 5,500 projects to provide an end-to-end DevOps solution in the cloud with an open, integrated rapid development experience that scales.... [More]
Top 5 Ways JazzHub Can Benefit Your Business
JazzHub began as an initiative to bring Rational Team Concert in the cloud to academic users. Due to its success, we’ve recently launched JazzHub Beta 3 and opened it to the wider software development community so that anyone can collaborate with others to seamlessly plan, track, and develop software in the cloud.
So how can JazzHub benefit your business?
1. No server setup. Save your IT organization time and effort—we manage the servers. All you have to do... [More]
It is my pleasure to announce this year's IBM Champions for Rational Software! Earlier this year, we asked you to nominate the leaders in your technical communities who represented the three "R's" of being a champion : Being responsive, respected, and recognized in the technical community. The following new and returning Rational champions stood out among the crowd. They are experienced in using Rational solutions to solve real business problems and are recognized experts in their field. They spend their own time, energy and resources... [More]