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IBM Launches Cloud Marketplace

Steve Robinson, General Manager IBM Cloud Platform Services, and James Franklin, CEO SendGrid (on left) view the new IBM Cloud Marketplace on different platforms. ( Photo: Augusto F. Menezes/Feature Photo Service for IBM)

IBM is launching a cloud marketplace, which will bring its steadily growing portfolio of services and third party offerings together for one-click cloud shopping. The marketplace provides extra incentive for those developing on BlueMix, giving them an avenue to sell their applications to a large audience, once completed. Read More

Cloud Roundup: VMware, IBM, Oracle

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VMware launches vCloud Hybrid service for disaster recovery, The Hartford selects IBM to build private cloud infrastructure, and Oracle adds database backup and storage cloud services to its portfolio of Platform and Infrastructure services. Read More

AppDirect Raises $35 Million, IBM Acquires Silverpop

Cloud services brokerage company AppDirect raises $35 million to continue its rapid growth in the market, IBM adds to its enterprise marketing portfolio by acquiring Silverpop, and Amazon Web Services launches the next generation of EC2 Memory-optimized instances. Read More

Tech Titans Form Industrial Internet Consortium

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AT&T, Cisco, GE, IBM and Intel today announced the formation of the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC), an open membership group focused on breaking down the barriers of technology silos to support better access to big data with improved integration of the physical and digital worlds. Read More

With Blue Mix, IBM Services Meet the SoftLayer Cloud

Lance Crosby, CEO, IBM SoftLayer

To realize its cloud ambitions, IBM must find a way to connect its existing base of enterprise customers to the SoftLayer platform. A key ingredient in IBM’s effort is Blue Mix, a Platform as a Service offering that Big Blue introduced last month. Here’s a closer look at Blue Mix. Read More

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