Kubernetes on EGO -- Bringing Enterprise Resource Management and Scheduling to Kubernetes
January 2, 2020
IBM developed EGO as a powerful resource management technology, which helps to abstract all hardware into a resource pool for a variety of analytic and high performance workloads. It is similar to ope …
Clone, clone, make: A better way to build
December 27, 2019
Dan Heidinga explains how a simple slogan revolutionized how IBM's J9 Java VM team creates the software that powers your Java applications and shares lessons learned from rearchitecting IBM's build pipeline around simplicity, in the process, becoming a key enabler for driving innovation throughout the product stack.
Deployment within a traditional IT environment
December 23, 2019
Not all web applications are deployed to Linux or the cloud. Building and deploying for clients with traditional IT departments is challenging, and ensuring we can deploy with confidence within unusual infrastructures and IT constraints requires flexibility. Rob Allen explores these complexities and shares some solutions.
Bring data to life with Immersive Visualization
December 15, 2019
Data has long stopped being structured and flat, but the results of our analysis are still rendered as flat bar charts and scatter plots. We live in a 3D world, and we need to be able to enable data interaction from all perspectives. Robert Thomas offers an overview of Immersive Visualizationintegrated with notebooks and powered by Sparkwhich helps bring insights to life.
Computer science artists unite! An open source retrospective to glimpse our future
November 14, 2019
Angel Diaz provides a retrospective on IBMs deep history and its contributions to the evolution of open source technology in order to catch a glimpse of a future that is rooted in open source technologies. Angel tells the story of open source projects that exemplify the new hardcore concepts we'll all need to accelerate innovation and success.
Mobile, open source, and the drive to the cloud
November 8, 2019
Open technologies are leading the way to a simplified development experience, end to end, from mobile to the cloud. Patrick Bohrer explores the role of these open technologies in driving down the time it takes to build, integrate, and deliver powerful apps that blur the lines between mobile and cloud.
Connect and control IoT devices in minutes
November 1, 2019
The world of the IoT is exploding with respect to sensors, and speech and analytics are providing a powerful new user experience. David Boloker and Mark VanderWiele explain how to put everything together in a clear and simple way using the power of the cloud, microservices, and real-time analytics.
November 1, 2019
The face of applications is changing, evolving into a continuous information experience where the interaction model is immersive, experiential, and multimodal. Stewart Nickolas discusses the set of architectural challenges this new interaction paradigm brings, from microservice-based conversations to service integration to deep learning systems that support conversational commerce.
Data science for good means designing for people: Part 1
October 26, 2019
So many of the data projects making headlinesfrom a new app for finding public services to a new probabilistic model for predicting weather patterns for subsistence farmersare great accomplishments but dont seem to have end users in mind. Discover how organizations are designing with, not for, people, accounting for what drives them in order to make long-lasting impact.
Toppling the mainframe: Enterprise-grade streaming under 2 ms on Hadoop
October 19, 2019
What if we have reached the point where open source can handle massively difficult streaming problems with enterprise-grade durability? Ilya Ganelin presents Capital Ones novel solution for real-time decisioning on Apache Apex. Ilya shows how Apex provides unique capabilities that ensure less than 2 ms latency in an enterprise-grade solution on Hadoop.
Globalization Pipeline: Translations at cloud speeds (sponsored)
October 16, 2019
Developers want to rapidly build cloud applications and make them available to as many users as possible, as fast as possible. However, translating applications has not changed very much. Steve Atkin explores IBM's new Bluemix service, Globalization Pipeline, which seamlessly integrates real-time machine translation and persistent human postediting capabilities.
A new approach to design thinking
October 13, 2019
In 2013, IBM, one of the worlds largest technology companies, set the mission to create a sustainable culture of design. The goal: bring a human-centered focus to thousands of product and service experiences. Doug Powell offers a look at how this 350,000-employee company implemented Design Thinking and is addressing the needs of their users to deliver outcomes with speed and at scale.
Team-based personas: A new look at personas for the enterprise context
October 10, 2019
Personas created for individual users fail to capture complex interactions between users of enterprise systems. Julia Zorzanello Byron and Omkar Chandgadkar show how they created team-based personas and aligned various silos of their product team by involving team members during synthesis. Attendees will learn how they can adopt this model to make better decisions with their product teams.