IBM Cloud Private V3.1 strengthens its integrated cloud platform with application modernization for more effective, agile development with microservices

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IBM Cloud™ Private V3.1 brings an integrated platform for developing and managing containerized applications:

  • Provides an integrated cloud platform for enterprise workloads that need to be securely run behind your firewalls.
  • Features application analytics, integration, monitoring, and security tools that are ready for immediate use to consistently manage IBM® and non-IBM based workloads, providing a consistent and resilient way to build, deploy, and manage applications
  • Includes IBM Cloud Automation Manager, IBM Microclimate, IBM Runtimes, IBM Transformation Advisor, and IBM Vulnerability Advisor
  • Introduces Hybrid Cloud Manager, a new member of the IBM Cloud Private product family, for true multicloud, multicluster management
  • Powers new business models for IBM MQ and IBM WebSphere® Application Server with new, hourly pricing support through metering capability

IBM Cloud Private for Application Modernization offers IBM Cloud Private capabilities plus:

  • IBM WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment
  • IBM MQ Advanced
  • IBM API Connect® Professional

IBM Multi-cloud Manager V3.1 is an enterprise-grade, multicloud, multicluster management solution, purpose-built to address the policy, compliance, and application management challenges of multiple clusters:

  • Set and enforce polices for security, applications, and infrastructure (auto enforcement at cluster level)
  • Check compliance against deployment parameters, configuration, and policies
  • Automatically remediate violations
  • Deploy applications across clusters based on policy compliance, development versus test, and so on
  • Automatically update monitoring dashboard based on deployment
  • Understand failure dependencies and identify the affected system if a shared component fails

The IBM business model is built to support two principal goals: helping clients succeed in delivering business value by becoming more innovative, efficient and competitive through the use of business insight and information technology (IT) solutions; and, providing long-term value to shareholders. The business model has been developed over time through strategic investments in capabilities and technologies that have the best long-term growth and profitability prospects based on the value they deliver to clients. The company's strategy is to focus on the high-growth, high-value segments of the IT industry. The company's global capabilities include services, software, hardware, fundamental research and financing. The broad mix of businesses and capabilities are combined to provide business insight and solutions for the company's clients.

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