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Animesh Jain | November 14, 2018
Moving Data More Efficiently   83 percent of data migration programs fall short of expectations and go over time and budget. Gartner   Moving into a new home is an exciting yet challenging experience. While a new home creates new opportunities, you quickly discover that the process can be time-consuming and... + continue reading
Greg Hodgkinson | November 6, 2018
Last time, we talked about the benefits of packaging your applications in containers. Today, we’ll discuss how Kubernetes builds on top of Docker. Initially, the kinds of technologies that underpin the cloud focused on two fundamental benefits: Freeing up your IT team from having to maintain infrastructure (computation, storage, databases, and networking resources... + continue reading
Greg Hodgkinson | November 6, 2018
Wouldn’t it be great if your teams could just focus on the coding? After all, we want to be innovative and write great software! Unfortunately, most really interesting software requires you to think about other things. How do you package up and deliver all the components of the solution? How do you take care of all of the dependencies? How do you... + continue reading
Matt Garst | November 1, 2018
What is a Platform and How Important Is It? In architecture, a platform is a raised, level surface on which people or things can stand. In politics, it’s the policy positions or stances taken on issues. But in the world of IT, it’s known as a group of technologies used as a base upon which other applications, processes, or technologies are developed. For any company... + continue reading
Arup Datta | October 26, 2018
Do you want to build AI models on your desktop? If so, then here’s great news! Now you can install IBM Watson Studio's wide selection of tools on your local desktop. You will have the flexibility of building your models from wherever you want.    DownloadDownload a free Beta version for a 30-day trial     The Beta version is... + continue reading
Kirsten Craft | October 26, 2018
I read a science fiction novel not long ago that was based on the concept of the “multi-verse.”  In this book, the main character wandered through an infinite number of universes spawned from every permutation of decisions he could have ever made.  Wow.   Back in our single universe world of IT, there is the concept of the multi-cloud.  Not quite so mind... + continue reading