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Industrializing & Automating The Way You Deliver Services

IBM CloudBurst: Industrializing and Automating The Way You Deliver Services

Our clients are increasingly recognizing the need for a cloud computing solution, but tell us that deploying one can be time consuming and expensive. IBM is responding by helping clients transform their data centers into dynamic infrastructures with the announcement of the next release of IBM CloudBurst which has been enhanced with expanded service management capabilities and more.

IBM CloudBurst V1.2 is a pre-packaged and self-contained service delivery platform that can quickly and easily and be implemented in a data center. It allows the data center to accelerate the creation of service platforms for workloads with a high degree of integration, flexibility, and resources optimization. It also provides an enhanced request-driven user experience, while helping to drive down costs and accelerating time to market for the business. The new release is optimized to support production workloads with specific needs related to elasticity, security, availability, green monitoring, usage and account management.
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