Many organizations are moving to cloud and are using this solution to modernize their Java applications. And IBM has a new suite of products to reflect the technology shift. “All new IBM technology is being built container-first,” said IBM Engineer Kevin Trinh in a recent webinar. “Staying on track with your business will mean a move toward a cloud- or container-based platform in the very near future.”
Here is a list of questions you may be considering in your line of business as you think about making the most of your IT spend while staying current in the marketplace.
What does cloud- or container-based platform look like?
This is Artificial Intelligence (AI)-powered software that provides common operations and integration framework built on Red Hat OpenShift -an open-source hybrid cloud platform that includes AI, automation, and embedded security for companies looking to modernize their platform.
What are the benefits of cloud- or container-based platforms?
Cloud and container platforms are superior to traditional platforms in that they:
What does a migration to a cloud- or container-based based infrastructure entail?
There are three phases to an infrastructure shift: discovery, planning and execution.
How do I learn more about cloud- or container-based platforms?
Industry experts at IBM agree that a move to cloud- or container-based platforms are a necessary step to modernize technology while reducing costs and infrastructure footprint. “Being more flexible and agile has to be a part of your larger strategy and we can help you get there,” Trinh said.
IBM’s cloud and container services include:
Read more about IBM’s latest solutions here.
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