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IBM Fix mit Bluemix Apps in der Cloud entwickeln
IBM erweitert Cloud-Angebote für die Softwareentwicklung in ihrer Platform as a Service-Umgebung BlueMix und gewinnt neue Kunden für Cloud-Services hinzu..
IBM Pressemittileung - Ehningen - 3. Juni 2014 (Auszug):
Große Unternehmen sowie Startups nutzen die offene IBM Cloud-Plattform Bluemix, um eigene Anwendungen und Apps schneller zu entwickeln. Die Platform as a Service Umgebung (PaaS) basiert auf den offenen Standards von Cloud Foundry und bietet die Möglichkeit IBM Middleware und Softwarelösungen von IBM Geschäftspartnern in eigene Anwendungsentwicklungsprojekte zu integrieren. Entwickler können mit diesem PaaS-Angebot die beiden Elemente einer hybriden Cloud effizient vereinen: Systems of Records also Backendsysteme wie beispielsweise zur Rechnungsstellung und Kundenverwaltung - mit Systems of Engagement, also Interaktionssystemen für mobile und soziale Apps. Bluemix bringt zudem neue DevOps Services in die Cloud, um Anwendungen möglichst praxisnah zu entwickeln. DevOps integriert die Programmierung in den Betrieb der Software und ermöglicht einen schnelleren Zyklus von Releases und Updates.
The intelligent Database for the Internet of Things
A new technology-surge comes upon IT-distributors, companies and customers. Cost-efficient sensors enable a cheap recording of measuring data in all areas of the real world. Our whole technical environment becomes increasingly measurable and analyzable, both in companies and public areas, as well as in private households.
The harvested data are a real image of actual activities and have a high value for planning- and controlling-decision, as well as for information services. The massive appearance of sensors and autonomous devices, the local recording, storage and processing of data, together with the possibilities of a breadthways available Internet are the base of a new technologic revolution which is summed up under the term:
The Internet of Things (IoT).
Everyone who deals with the production, transport, marketing or support of any product has to deal with the Internet of Things. The Internet of Things will flow into all areas of everyday life and generate gigantic amounts of data. Now it is important to capture, store and analyze these data, integrate the harvested results in production- and decision-processes and provide them in multiple shapes as information services.
This means, that huge amounts of data from many sources with various data types and backgrounds have to be processed. Here the abilities to query and seamlessly store the multiple data of many thousands of interconnected devices are needed. Structured and unstructured data, relational transaction data, sensor data, as well as time series- and geographical data have to be related with each other and analyzed reasonably.
BigData- and Cloud-technologies provide here the first answers to the new challenges. To survive in the era of the Internet of Things, companies have to bridge the gap between the new technologies and their ancestral and existentially important ERP-enterprise-data.
Customers and consumers will increasingly demand services and performances that will be enabled by the Internet of things. The fast development of applications for providing customer specific information and service performances will be a strong competition criterion in the future.