Red Hat OpenShift 4.3 is now available on IBM Cloud:
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Red Hat OpenShift is the enterprise Kubernetes platform, and with the latest version OpenShift 4.3, the platform has undergone significant improvements to developer experience, automation, and the management of the platform itself.

In this video, Sai Vennam with IBM Cloud explains how each of these new features work and demonstrates how these updates are improving the OpenShift 4 console.

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See how the new IBM Cloud Pak for Data System is an all-in-one cloud-native Data and AI platform, in a box, that enables to you collect, organize, and analyze data with unprecedented simplicity and agility.

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Virtual machines were the driving force behind cloud computing and revolutionized the IT landscape, but what are they? Let's find out!

Did you know? You can create Virtual Machines with one click on IBM Cloud.
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Introducing the Tech Preview of IBM Cloud Satellite, a new offering that launches later this year that enables you to manage your applications across public and private environments through a single pane of glass with flexible infrastructure, as-a-service operations, secure connectivity, and app life cycle management.

In this video, Sai Vennam with IBM Cloud demonstrates on an iPad how IBM Cloud Satellite enables you to manage your critical apps anywhere—on IBM Cloud, on-premises, or at the edge.

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IBM Cloud Pak for Security is comprised of containerized software pre-integrated with Red Hat OpenShift. The platform connects to your existing security tools – and through the use of open standards – allows you to search for threat indicators across your hybrid, multicloud environment. It also connects workflows from across the business using a unified interface.

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This tutorial introduces fine-grained access control within IBM Watson Assistant. Give your collaborators access roles that set different levels of permissions.

IBM Watson Assistant is a conversational AI platform that enables you to build, train, and deploy conversational interactions into any application, device, or channel:

Join the fight against COVID-19. Form a team. Build a solution. Submit your idea:

Calling on peers across the industry, IBMers stress the importance of joining the 2020 Call for Code Global Challenge to take on COVID-19. For the 2020 Call for Code Global Challenge, we're calling on you — the world's technologists -- to build solutions to combat the effects of COVID-19 in the following areas: Crisis communication, remote education, community cooperation.

We're looking for innovative ideas that we can help you build and deploy quickly.

Call for Code asks developers to create innovative tech-for-good solutions to real-world problems. The winning submissions will receive $200,000 and support from IBM to deploy your solution in the field. Check out these updates from our past two winning teams:

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Matt Rodkey, IBM Program Director, focuses on a top use case related to hybrid, multicloud management --- security and governance -- and underscores why CIOs, IT Operation Managers and SREs should care.

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Get started with the community cooperation starter kit here:

You've probably started to hear the human stories around COVID-19: Those of people helping people. While governments around the world work to address this pandemic on a macro scale, developers have an opportunity to create critical solutions that will work at the community level to provide help where it's needed most. Technology can play a critical role in fostering community cooperation.  

This starter kit will put developers on the road to creating a mobile application that enables community-based cooperation in times of crisis. The application addresses local needs around food, equipment, and other potentially scarce resources. 

It would allow suppliers (such as a stores or community members who have goods they can sell, donate or distribute) to make people aware of what they have. On the receiving end, this app would allow consumers (or community organizations like hospitals and food banks) to locate where these supplies are and, if necessary, guide them to the appropriate locations to pick them up.

Developers can use this application as a launchpad for creating more complex applications that provide additional services using widely available open source tools.

Commit to the cause. Push for change. Answer the call. Register for the 2020 Call for Code Global Challenge here: