Latest IBM publications
IBM today took the wraps off a new project that aims to bring Cloud Foundry to Red Hat’s OpenShift container platform.
The company showcased the experimental project at the Cloud Foundry Summit in The Hague, with TechCrunch reporting that IBM plans to turn the concept into a fully-fledged project that will allow Cloud Foundry users to deploy applications to OpenShift, while providing OpenShift customers with the Cloud Foundry experience.
IBM has onboarded numerous Fortune 500 companies to the permissioned network IBM has partnered with enterprise blockchain specialist Chainyard on a blockchain network designed to improve supplier qualification, validation and life cycle information management. The permissioned-based data sharing network, called Trust Your Supplier, will store important business documents, including ISO certification, bank account information and… Read More
IBM will deliver the mobile supercomputer late 2019 The US Department of Defense (DoD) has bought a containerised supercomputer from IBM that will be deployed at the “tactical edge” and other remote locations. The $12 million “HPC in a Container” will serve all of the DoD’s agencies and services when it is delivered late 2019… Read More
Smaller and niche providers continue to lose share of IaaS market Gartner has released its annual infrastructure as a service (IaaS) market analysis for 2018, and to no great surprise, the usual suspects continue to dominate. In order of market share, the familiar faces of Amazon, Microsoft, Alibaba, Google and IBM top the IaaS market… Read More
Countries based in the Middle East are most susceptible to attacks The average cost of data breaches has risen by 12 percent over the past five years, costing businesses $3.92 million on average, according to IBM’s annual Cost of Data Dreach report. The report interviewed more than 500 companies that have suffered a breach in… Read More