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IBM announced today that it has completed the separation of its managed infrastructure services business to Kyndryl. Starting on November 4, 2021, Kyndryl will begin “regular way” trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol “KD.”

Each holder of IBM common stock will receive one share of Kyndryl common stock for every five shares of IBM common stock held on October 25, 2021, the record date for the distribution. For United States federal income tax purposes, the distribution has been conducted in a tax-efficient manner for IBM stockholders in the United States.

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Virtual servers are often seen as a more cost effective and efficient resource control option compared to dedicated servers for many enterprises. But how exactly do virtual servers work, and what is the difference between a virtual server and a dedicated server? In this lightboard video, Bradley Knapp with IBM Cloud, answers these questions and many more as he visually explains what a virtual server is as well as the many benefits it can provide a business. 

Integrations are the secret weapon behind the great innovations of today. Few new ideas are stand-alone applications but instead require data and functions from other applications or enterprises. However, the integration challenge is less about low-level connectivity than it is about the velocity of change. How quickly can ideas be transformed into production so that new niches can be leveraged? Join us to explore modern approaches to innovating with enterprise application integrations and the various tools used for enterprise integration on the IBM Cloud Pak for Integration platform. Build smart. Build secure. Join a global community of developers at http://ibm.biz/IBMdeveloperYT

The most important part of any app modernization is understanding what problem you're trying to solve. The second most important part is knowing where to begin. But how do you figure those things out? This is where the Garage Method can help. In this episode of Expert TV: App Transformers, Holly Cummins and Dwight Ford will share field stories of getting from 'we should do something' to 'successful execution,' and how you can use the techniques they used in doing so within your organization.  Speakers: Dana Price, Holly Cummins, Dwight Ford Check out the "App Transformers" series at http://ibm.biz/IBMExpertTV-AppTransfo...   Engage with us and other IBM clients in the "WebSphere Application Server & Liberty community" at https://ibm.biz/WUG-community

IBM Cloud Pak for Security is a platform that helps you uncover hidden threats, make more informed risk-based decisions and prioritize your team’s time. You can connect to your existing data sources to generate deeper insights, securely access IBM and third-party tools to search for threats across any cloud or on-premises location, and quickly orchestrate actions and responses to those threats – all while leaving your data where it is. See Cloud Pak for Security in action with this demo. 

IBM Cloud Pak for Security is a platform that helps you uncover hidden threats, make more informed risk-based decisions and prioritize your team’s time. You can connect to your existing data sources to generate deeper insights, securely access IBM and third-party tools to search for threats across any cloud or on-premises location, and quickly orchestrate actions and responses to those threats – all while leaving your data where it is. See Cloud Pak for Security in action with this demo.

 

 

Identify and fix source code vulnerabilities with Code Risk Analyzer, a component of IBM Cloud Continuous Delivery. Watch this video to see a detailed overview of how you can scan your Node.js app in a Git repository before deployment to your Kubernetes cluster on the IBM Cloud.

Learn more at https://www.ibm.com/cloud/continuous-delivery

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Data security and protection are by far the biggest inhibitors for organizations seeking to move sensitive applications and data to the public cloud.  In fact, 95% of our customers in regulated industries cited security, privacy, regulatory concerns and cloud providers having backdoor access to organizations sensitive data  as their main inhibitors for using a public cloud.

In this video, Vivek Kinra with IBM Cloud, explains how Confidential Computing solutions provided IBM Cloud Hyper Protect Services are addressing these concerns.

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What is Functions as a Service (FaaS), and how is it related to Serverless?

In this lightboard video, Jason Goode with IBM Cloud, explains how cloud computing has evolved over the years from Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) to this new event-driven compute paradigm, the differences between both Serverless and FaaS, and then walks through a FaaS use case example for an eCommerce storefront.

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What benefits does artificial intelligence (AI) present for cybersecurity? AI’s capability to analyze massive quantities of data with lightning speed means security threats can be detected in real time, or even predicted based on risk modeling.

As AI reaches new frontiers, there must be a framework for ensuring AI is accurate and ethical. Sridhar Muppidi, IBM Security CTO, offers insights into IBM Security’s approach to making AI integral to cybersecurity.

Learn more about AI and cybersecurity:  https://www.ibm.com/security/artificial-intelligence

Join this livestream featuring perspectives from both Z and Power IBM Champions on Open Source. They'll discuss the benefits of combining open source with these platforms and why this is vital to the future. They'll also discuss how they implement and support open source projects with IBM Z and Power systems. Bring your questions!

Join a global community of developers at http://ibm.biz/IBMdeveloperYT

Six IBM developers and developer advocates predict six trends to watch for in 2021.

These include:

  • Multi-architecture Development
  • Thin Terminal Developer Experience
  • Data Privacy in Security
  • Chatbots
  • Edge Computing
  • DevOps

Speakers include:

  • Spencer Krum IBM Developer Advocate
  • JJ Asghar IBM Developer
  • Advocate Megan Kostick IBM Sr. Software Engineer
  • Hana Ibrahim IBM Developer Advocate
  • Mo Haghighi IBM Developer Advocate
  • Luke Schantz IBM Developer Advocate

Build smart. Build secure. Join a global community of developers at http://ibm.biz/IBMdeveloperYT

 

 

Hybrid cloud is one of the most common architectural patterns out there which is used by a growing number of enterprises. However, it’s often a result of companies that are unable to abandon their existing technology stack in favor of the public cloud.

What if I told you that there is way you could get the best of both worlds?

In this video, Sai Vennam with IBM Cloud explains how this feat can be accomplished with Distributed Cloud, as well as some common use cases where enterprises can benefit from this new cloud computing architecture.

Get started on IBM Cloud at no cost: http://ibm.biz/start-lite-cloud-account

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