Topic: ibm

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: AI Explainability 360

IBM is releasing a new open-source project designed to help users understand how machine learning models make predictions as well as advance the responsibility and trustworthiness of AI. IBM’s AI Explainability 360 project is an open-source toolkit of algorithms that support the interoperability and explainability of machine learning models. According to the company, machine learning … continue reading

IBM revamps software portfolio for Red Hat

Now that IBM’s acquisition of Red Hat has closed, the company is transforming its software portfolio to be cloud-native and optimized for Red Hat OpenShift. Enterprises can now build mission-critical applications once and run them on different public clouds including AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, Alibaba, IBM Cloud and private clouds.  RELATED CONTENT: Six … continue reading

OSCON 2019: Data Asset eXchange, Kabanero, WSO2 API Micrograteway 3.0, and Red Sky Ops

The O’Reilly Open Source Software Conference (OSCON) is taking place this week in Oregon, gathering together industry leaders to talk about open source, cloud native, data-driven solutions, AI capabilities and product management.  “OSCON has continued to be the catalyst for open source innovation for twenty years, providing organizations with the latest technological advances and guidance … continue reading

IBM: ‘Red Hat will still be Red Hat’ after $34 billion acquisition

IBM today closed on its whopping $34 billion acquisition Red Hat, bringing together tools and expertise in their quest to become the world’s top hybrid cloud provider, while providing customers greater access to open-source technologies. But one thing is clear: Red Hat will remain Red Hat. RELATED CONTENT: The open source ripple effects of IBM … continue reading

SD Times news digest: IBM’s next-gen blockchain platform, Apache Bigtop 1.4, and Eggplant expands test automation

IBM announced the next generation of its IBM Blockchain Platform, which has been rearchitected to support deployments via Kubernetes to public clouds or on-premises. Multicloud and other advanced capabilities have also been added to the platform. The new extension for Visual Studio Code is designed to help users integrate smart contract development  and network management … continue reading

Industry Watch: Of open source, data breaches and speed

When IBM CEO Ginni Rometty joined Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst on stage at last month’s Red Hat Summit to declare that IBM would leave Red Hat alone after its acquisition, cheers went up from the developers in the keynote audience. Their fear, of course, was that IBM would somehow change Red Hat and move … continue reading

IBM releases new services to harness the power of hybrid cloud

IBM launched a series of hybrid cloud services this week that range from streamlined integration and security to providing live consultation for companies that want to develop their cloud strategy. The company explained that a lot of the process of maintaining a hybrid-cloud infrastructure is manual, resulting in “major security implications and a lack of … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Apple’s record developer earnings, IBM’s new data scientist certifications, and Kite launches Line-of-Code Completion

Apple has announced its highest developer earnings ever. According to the company, developers have earned $120 billion since the app store launched in 2008. Over a quarter of that has been earned just in the past year, Apple explained. “In the past, starting a small business often meant having to invest in overhead, inventory or … continue reading

SD Times Blog: The open-source ripple effects of IBM + Red Hat

When it was announced earlier this week that IBM would be acquiring the open-source giant Red Hat, it seemed like a win-win. IBM would get the developer support they have been lacking, and Red Hat would get a new line of resources and support to grow their vision. However, the acquisition affects more than Red … continue reading

IBM advances its hybrid cloud strategy with Red Hat acquisition

In the largest software acquisition ever, IBM has announced plans to acquire open-source software provider Red Hat for approximately $34 billion. Together, the companies will work to promote and provide an open approach for the hybrid cloud. “The acquisition of Red Hat is a game-changer. It changes everything about the cloud market,” said Ginni Rometty, … continue reading

Big bang theory? Not for cloud-native development

Know your apps, know your workloads, know your team. In the third installment of this occasional series on cloud migration, Don Boulia, GM of IBM Cloud Developer Services, and guest Chris Condo, principal analyst at Forrester Research, discuss how cloud-native development teams can find more success through innovation, automation, and culture shifts. How can cloud-native … continue reading

IBM integrates business intelligence and data science with new major update to Cognos Analytics

More enterprises are on a quest to use artificial intelligence as a competitive advantage. IBM is on a mission to make this easier and more accessible for any organization via the cloud. The company has announced a new version of its Cognos Analytics solution, which integrates business intelligence and data science technologies into a suite … continue reading

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