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Protecting and storing data for a mobile bank app

By Sanjeev Ghimire | Published October 18, 2021

Envelope encryption, BYOK, KYOK, and other concepts you should know about IBM Cloud Hyper Protect Services

ModelMesh and KServe bring eXtreme scale standardized model inferencing on Kubernetes

By Animesh Singh, Nick Hill, Paul Van Eck | Published October 13, 2021

Learn how ModelMesh intelligently loads and unloads AI models to and from memory to strike a tradeoff between responsiveness to users and the computational footprint.

The Application Hierarchy of Needs for SREs and IT Operators

By Chris Bailey | Published October 11, 2021

Combine IBM Observability by Instana APM and Cloud Pak for Watson AIOps to detect, alert, and manage incidents that affect SLOs and SLIs

Taking action against climate change – Developers drive worldwide Call for Code movement

By Ruth O. Davis | Published October 5, 2021

IBM Announces 2021 Call for Code Global Challenge Regional Finalists

Contribute to Call for Code projects as part of Hacktoberfest

By Demi Ajayi, Upkar Lidder | Published October 1, 2021

Give back through Call for Code open source solutions and hack for racial justice

Next generation of IBM C/C++ and Fortran compilers are now available on IBM AIX

By SI YUAN ZHANG | Published September 24, 2021

Take advantage of Clang/LLVM technology combined with industry-leading optimizations built into IBM Power10 to deliver the best possible performance for your applications

AI applications optimizing actions based on data and predictions with Palantir for IBM Cloud Pak for Data

By Thomas Schaeck | Updated September 23, 2021 | Published March 15, 2021

Learn about creating AI-infused apps with Palantir ontology management, and about the underlying integration architecture.

No-cost IBM Semeru Runtime Certified Edition 11 now available for all Java developers and deployments

By Paul Arockiam, Yee-Kang Chang | Published September 22, 2021

IBM launches Java TCK-certified builds of OpenJDK with Eclipse OpenJ9 VM with the IBM Semeru Runtimes Certified Edition.