With the latest release of Flexera's multi-platform installation tool, the company is now supporting Docker. InstallAnywhere 2015 is able to install apps directly to Docker, simplifying the management and deployment of the container technology, but the update also means to make it easier to deploy complex applications by connecting to popular database servers.
IBM followed up the release of its first two Bluemix Garage collaboration spaces (in San Francisco and London, respectfully) by opening a third – this time in Toronto. The company also plans to open two more of the Garage sites by the end of this year, with Big Blue targeting Nice, France and Melbourne, Australia as the next expansion areas.
When it comes to Internet of Things devices, there is no one-size-fits-all solution for every user. Realizing this, IBM is introducing this week at the NI Week event new software called Product Line Engineering.
While Big Blue looks to join as many IoT standards bodies as possible, an analysis by Kevin Fitchard for FierceMobileIT coming on Thursday suggests that standards might not be such a big deal for enterprises using IoT.
IBM has been embracing the Internet of Things in a big way. In its latest move, Big Blue is launching a community for IoT developers to help them connect devices to the cloud and to harness data generated from those devices.
IBM has lined up the Federal Communications Commission to use its Softlayer Federal Cloud, according to NextGov. Not only is that a nice new customer for IBM, it also signifies that IBM has achieved...
IBM is keeping in step with some competitors by introducing its dashDB Enterprise MPP service.The offering is a Database-as-a-Service that competes with Amazon Web Service's Redshift and others.
Amazon Web Services, Microsoft, IBM and Google are really dominating the public cloud market, making it increasingly difficult for smaller, niche service providers to stay afloat.
IBM is contributing 50 projects related to analytics, mobile and cloud computing to the open source community and opening up a new online resource where developers can find IBM open source projects and look for help with them.
Apple and IBM have released 10 more enterprise mobile apps that work on iPhones, iPads and Apple Watches as part of their MobileFirst for iOS venture. The 10 mobile apps, which employ predictive analytics, include apps for managers of shift workers, field service workers, business travelers, mortgage officers and other workers.