IBM Bluemix Cloud platform
Today’s businesses are fluid and the technology that we use must be nimble, flexible and integrated. New and and old systems must work together, and existing IT and the cloud must connect. Easy access to existing systems and cloud technology with consistent services, APIs and experiences are required. For this, you need Bluemix.
IBM Bluemix is a cloud platform as a service developed by IBM. It offers a modular set of infrastructure and urban services. This enables you to scale on virtual servers and build microservices with event-driven architecture. Bluemix supports several programming languages and services as well as integrated DevOps to build, run, deploy and manage applications on the cloud. Bluemix is based on Cloud Foundry open technology and runs on SoftLayer infrastructure. Bluemix offers you all the instant urban services, runtimes, and infrastructure you need to push your ideas into the present.
– Helps you solve real problems and drive business value with urban services, applications and infrastructure
– Weaves together the urban services, data and infrastructure to quickly bring your ideas to production
– Manages and scales your business from day 1 to year 105
– Simplifies the process of building systems that use data to understand, reason, and learn
Cloud resources make it possible to bring together multiple data sources, scale systems, and incorporate cognitive services to drive business value quickly and inexpensively. Integrate high-performance cloud infrastructure and cutting-edge services into your IT environment with the IBM Bluemix cloud platform.
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Access to Bluemix
For students (6-month access that can be extended):
For companies older than 5 years:
– Need access to Bluemix via credit card or subscription
– 1-month free trial
– Almost all services have a free tier before the user gets charged
Q: Who takes the cost for a joint project?
The one who owns and invites to the project should take the cost. Thus, projects will be free if they are owned by a startup or a student.