IBM Cloud Architectures now prominently includes supply chain
Visit the IBM Cloud Architectures site to find a reference architecture that describes the typical end-to-end supply-chain topology required to create, deliver, and sell products.
The Supply chain category is newly available on IBM Cloud Architectures. The Cloud Architecture Center provides practices for building apps on the cloud, across multiple clouds, and in hybrid environments where your cloud app links to your on-premises application. IBM Cloud Architectures contains a series of reference architectures, design patterns, and solution briefs for common industry technology areas, such as Edge computing, Internet of Things, and artificial intelligence, as well as industry-specific verticals including retail and automotive, and now supply chain.
Supply chain is one of the newest categories under the Industry architectures section. In that category, you’ll find a reference architecture that describes the typical end-to-end supply-chain topology required to create, deliver, and sell products. The accompanying solution briefs go into detail about how supply-chain technology can be applied to solve real business challenges related to supply-chain management and optimization, with a particular focus on how IBM can help.
Check it out and stay tuned for updates as more solution briefs are published.