‘Among the moving parts from IBM:
-The IBM Cloud Private platform will get cloud-migration tools with an “application transformation advisor” that scans applications and provides guidance on moving them to the cloud. Cloud Automation Manager will help deploy these applications on-premises or in a cloud of choice.
-Kubernetes container support is expanded. IBM Cloud Private will offer new container versions of IBM app development and management software. These container versions will cover API
-Connect, UrbanCode and Netcool. IBM also added new support for Windows containers running .Net apps.
-A cloud integration platform that includes messaging, API management, app integration, secure gateway and high-speed trial software.
- Rapid data transfer to the cloud via a Aspera high-speed data upload option in IBM Cloud Object Storage.’
Original source: IBM’s cloud strategy revolves around multi-cloud support, grabbing new workloads