All of our great content sorted according to specific open source or IBM components.
A toolkit for building message-driven apps for Java and Scala.
An open-source mobile development platform from Google.
An open-source NoSQL database designed to manage massive amounts of data.
An open-source mobile development framework for building cross-platform mobile and web apps.
An open-source platform for distributed storage and distributed processing of very large data sets across clusters of computers.
An open-source distributed streaming platform that you use to build real-time streaming data pipelines or real-time streaming applications.
An open-source analytics engine for large-scale data processing.
Develop on an open-source cloud application platform.
A framework that provides actionable bot analytics that supports all major conversational interfaces.
An open-source containerization platform you use to build, ship, and run distributed applications, on laptops, data center VMs, or the cloud.
Query, visualize, alert on, and understand your data with this open-source analytics platform.
The Kubernetes package manager.
The open-source project of open-source blockchains and related tools.
An open-source blockchain framework used to develop applications with a modular architecture.
IBM's secure, scalable, and robust open standards-based UNIX operating system for the IBM Power architecture.
Work with cloud solutions and cloud tools from IBM.
Use the cloud-native approach to build your apps using the innovative and emerging technologies.
Develop apps on IBM's enterprise-grade private cloud platform, behind your firewall.
IBM's on-premises NoSQL database that offers always-on data access in JSON format.
IBM's offerings combine proven data, analytics, and AI technology, and they are available on the cloud, on premises, or in hybrid deployments.
IBM's enterprise grade, hybrid, ANSI-compliant SQL on Hadoop engine, delivering massively parallel processing (MPP) and advanced data query.
IBM's family of products including operational database, data warehouse, data lake, and fast data.
IBM's in-memory database that is designed to manage massive volumes of structured data and includes real-time analytics.
A collection of free, open-source deep learning models.
IBM's turn-key operating system that runs on IBM Power Systems.
IBM's enterprise Linux servers and solutions that provide a high-performing, secure, and scalable Linux infrastructure.
IBM's family of servers built for AIX, IBM i, and Linux operating system environments, from accelerated servers with built-in GPUs to enterprise servers, to cloud-ready scale-out servers, to a hyperconverged infrastructure.
IBM's complete environment for data science as a service that combines open source deep learning frameworks, efficient AI development tools, and accelerated IBM Power Systems.
IBM's complete ecosystem for delivering deep learning models related to computer vision.
IBM's predictive analytics software package.
IBM's software package that you use for interactive or batched statistical analysis.
IBM's products that include disk, flash, tape, NAS storage, and storage software and sevices.
IBM's platform that provides scalable analysis and governance of unstructured data in-place across disparate and distributed servers, file shares, desktops, and collaboration sites.
Innovate with this robust, secure, and scalable enterprise IT platform.
An open-source SDK for cross-platform mobile and web app development.
A set of open-source platform to connect, manage, and secure microservices.
The open-source distributed computing platform for developing and deploying Java code.
Develop and run programs written in the Java language.
An open-source web application that suppots interactive data science and scientific computing across all programming languages.
An open-source high-level neural networks API written in Python and capable of running on top of TensorFlow, CNTK, or Theano.
An open-source server-side Swift web framework that you use to build web sites, REST APIs, and full-stack Swift apps.
Build container-based applications that can run anywhere: on premises, in the cloud, or in a data center.
an open-source container orchestration system.
The open-source Node.js framework that you use to create end-to-end REST APIs.
IBM's end-to-end, cloud-native solution for creating, building, testing, and deploying applications.
An open-source project that optimizes enterprise Java for a microservices architecture.
MQTT is now THE protocol for connecting the Internet of Things
Create event-based apps with simple flow-based programming.
An open-source server runtime for Java developers that you can use to build cloud-native apps and microservices.
An open-source library of programming functions for real-time computer vision.
The open-source version of the Java Platform, Standard Edition.
An open-source tool for Jupyter notebooks that you use to visualize data.
An open-source library that provides data structures and data analysis tools for the Python programming language.
An open-source machine learning framework.
A cloud communications platform as a service that lets you programmatically make and receive phone calls, send and receive text messages, and perform other communications functions.
IBM's AI-powered marketing automation solution.
IBM's service that lets you explore news and blogs, discovering trends and patterns in sentiment and relationships, built right in to your apps and workflows.
IBM's integrated hybrid environment that provides flexible data science tools to build and train AI models and prepare and analyze data.
An open-source content management system based on PHP and mySQL.
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