IBM Unleashes Open Source Projects To Fuel Cloud Developer Innovations
ARMONK, N.Y: On a newly released set of open source technology, IBM displayed a new platform for developers to collaborate with IBM. With an aim to escalate enterprise adoption and spur a new class of cloud innovations around mobile, analytics and other high-growth areas, IBM will release 50 projects, developerWorks Open, to access emerging IBM technologies, for the open source community.
A cloud-based environment for developers, technical expertise and for collaboration with a global network to accelerate projects, with this developer can have full access to blogs, videos, tools and techniques, to speed up their efforts.
IBM is launching this project in industries including healthcare, mobile, retail, insurance and banking; aimed to cope up the paucity of strategic business focus in current model of development.
"IBM firmly believes that open source is the foundation of innovative application development in the cloud. With developerWorks Open, we are open sourcing additional IBM innovations that we feel have the potential to grow the community and ecosystem and eventually become established technologies." IBM Vice President of Cloud Architecture and Technology Dr. Angel Diaz says.
Already deployed on developerWorks Open, IBM is making available projects in key areas to help bridge the development gap. IBM will also offer these services on its programming platform for cloud software development, Bluemix, which can be used to integrate OpenStack Swift with Cloud Foundry, allowing fast access to cloud data, as IBM Object storage or Bluemix Service Broker.
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