IBM Unveils New Hybrid Cloud Computing Offerings

IBM Unveils New Hybrid Cloud Computing Offerings

At its Edge 2016 conference, IBM made several announcements related to hybrid cloud computing. For developers, the company unveiled new z Systems services for IBM Cloud with Operational Insights for analytics and continuous bench-marking, which allow developers without mainframe experience to create data-driven applications for the platform.

IBM also launched new hardware called Power Systems for IBM Cloud, which facilities the deployment of hybrid cloud environments. In addition, it debuted z Systems Operational Insights, a SaaS-based cloud monitoring and management application.

The company also announced new or expanded cloud-related partnerships with open source leaders like Ubuntu, Mirantis, Red Hat, Hortonworks and NGINX.

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