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Dr. Piers Nash explains how IBM Cloud Object Storage's web-scale storage platform has allowed the University of Chicago to build a repository of cancer genomic research that’s expected to scale to contain exabytes of data.

Tuesday, 25 April 2017 14:10

The value of data science insights

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The insights from data science must go into production to be truly valuable, so developers must take results and infuse them into intelligent applications and automate processes. The IBM Watson Data Platform makes operationalization of these insights top priroity while giving data scientists and developers the right tools to collaborate. More details: http://ibm.co/2nDpJje

Learn more about high performance computing solutions on IBM Cloud at https://www.ibm.com/cloud-computing/solutions/high-performance-computing-cloud/
Ah, the power of partnerships! IBM Cloud, together with MapD and Bitfusion, were able to scale up to 64 Tesla™ K80 GPUs across 32 servers to filter, query and aggregate a 40-billion-row dataset in just 271 milliseconds. That's a mind-blowing 147 billion rows per SECOND.

See how Lella has inspired hundreds of IBMers by talking sharing her passion for coding, her fascination of IBM Bluemix, Chatbots, Artificial Intelligence and a World of Watson.

The most important thing for making Blockchain ready for the enterprise is for operators to make it easy to consume. Thinking through day 2, day 3, and post installment requires operators to remain consistent the whole project.  RackN's Rob Hirschfeld and IBM's Chris Ferris discuss best practices in moving from development to operations for Blockchain technology. Learn more: https://ibm.co/2oMiiby

Companies are leveraging Aspera's high-speed file transfer in many ways, often as infrastructure and storage as a service. More specialized use cases involve media companies transcoding in the cloud, academic and medical researchers executing high-performance computing, and engineering firms developing applications directly for the cloud. Learn more: http://asperasoft.com/

The advanced container orchestration of Kubernetes is now integrated into the IBM Bluemix Container Service. Jason McGee, VP and CTO, IBM Cloud Platform, explains how this will fuel secure and rapid development of cognitive apps. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2pGseB9

Friday, 28 April 2017 11:30

Key trends for Cloud developers

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Data science and cognitive development are key trends for developers in 2017.  Willie Tejada sheds light on how roles are changing as data and cognitive fuse together. Learn more: https://developer.ibm.com/code/

Driving augmented intelligence across the business means infusing cognitive capabilities into all applications and processes. Hear IBM's Shahz Ahfal and Telematica's Rich Miller discuss how cognitive is driving the next generation of systems management, from managing infrastructure and middleware to apps and data.  Learn more here: https://ibm.co/2oFyGct

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IBM is proud to announce IBM Cloud Secure Virtualization, which is focused on addressing the concerns of security and compliance for enterprises. Created on single-tenant IBM Bluemix bare-metal servers on IBM Cloud, it is the first cloud offering to leverage HyTrust and Intel TXT security technologies to solve for compliance by tagging and enforcing set policies, offering forensic logging, low-latency encryption, and key management.

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