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Why IBM/Red Hat just might become a cloud powerhouse

AWS clearly leads the cloud pack among CIOs, and Microsoft has earned the No. 2 spot. But it’s not Google who could be No. 3.

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What to do when free Java 8 updates end

You have four paid options—from Azul, IBM, Oracle, and Red Hat—to get support for the most used version of JDK

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IBM’s Red Hat buy brings a Java app server dilemma

Its Red Hat buy comes with Java products that compete with IBM’s—in a market that is shrinking anyhow

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What IBM-Red Hat means to the cloud and developers

By buying Red Hat, IBM just bought itself a clue in hybrid cloud computing. And it just might work

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IBM Cloud services guide: The right tools for the job

Most customers choose IBM Cloud service because they are already an IBM shop, but other enterprises should give it a look as well

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Oracle’s and IBM’s IaaS cloud strategy: Talk big, invest little

They’re both woefully behind AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud, but you wouldn’t know it from their Scrooge-like investments in their cloud platforms

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IBM offers code patterns for AI, microservices, blockchain apps

IBM has also set up a resource exchange for bot developers

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Cloud pricing comparison: AWS vs. Microsoft Azure vs. Google Cloud vs. IBM Cloud

Microsoft Azure generally has the lowest on-demand and discounted instance pricing, while AWS runs in the middle of the pack

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IBM open-sources a microservices-friendly Java app server

Developers can use the beta code from the open source Open Liberty project to provision, manage, and migrate microservices in Java apps

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IBM speeds deep learning by using multiple servers

IBM's Distributed Deep Learning spreads model training across any number of hardware nodes—as long as they’re IBM nodes

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