IBM to Launch Blockchain Cloud Capabilities in LinuxOne Server

Super secure business to business blockchain cloud capabilities would enable the businesses to test privacy, performance and interoperability in a secure environment.

IBM LinuxOne ServerGreatResponder.com  It was announced by the IBM Corporation that its LinuxOne Servers would be capable of implementing the blockchain technology to achieve high security, robustness and reliability of the operations in a secure environment. The capability is being launched in beta version for review and customer feedback, but it will be commercially launched very soon.

With this launch of latest technology, the customers would be able to check the performance, interoperability and privacy of the database in a highly secure and independent environment. It is very important to note that the blockchain projects are based on a highly secure, reliable, robust and encrypted database infrastructure, which is created based on the distributed database system. The entire database consists of many independent and isolated data structures that build up the database in robust and reliable design.

The  IBM Fellow for the Enterprise Solutions, Donna Dillenberger, in the statement said, “Blockchain will change the way we transfer high value goods, digital assets and financial instruments. To accelerate blockchain adoption, clients must trust the infrastructure and the system that blockchain is running on. With IBM Blockchain, we are expanding access to the emerging technology — not only by making it easy to get up and running on the IBM Cloud, but also by using the most secure infrastructure.”

It was further elaborated that the current launch of the capabilities is in Beta version. The full version of the cloud computing block chain capabilities would be launched very shortly. With the official launch, the customers who use the blockchain projects for highly mission critical procedures and tasks would be able to run their projects in highly secure, encrypted, robust and reliable environment.

It is very important to note that this capability is being introduced in the LinuxOne Server of IBM. This service is designed for highly secure and mission critical projects for those companies that undergo high security and classified projects in the domain of governments and security agencies.

While talking about the latest capabilities of IBM servers, the CEO of EverLedger, a reputed client of IBM, said in his official statement, “When you are in the business of provenance, secured records, access and transparency are everything. There is no compromise when it comes to security and one cannot underestimate the expertise required to enable this. Having the opportunity to build, test, scale and refine Everledger on IBM Blockchain, underpinned by a security-rich infrastructure, is a game changer.”

IBM Launches Quantum Computing Service for Cloud Users

The Quantum Experience that is quantum computing platform of IBM is available now to the general public through the cloud platform of the company to access and run experiment on it.

IBM QuantemGreatResponder.com  IBM announces the launch of IBM Quantum Experience a platform that will be delivered to any desktop and mobile device. It will drive IBM’s hard work to redefine its view in the business. The company trusts that quantum computing is the future of computing and has the possibilities to resolve certain troubles that are not possible to resolve on today’s supercomputers.

Qubits are a quantum bit, the fundamental unit of quantum computing, different from classical computing. Qubits can be zero or one or both. The chance for superposition, being both a one and a zero, means that quantum computers can execute some workloads significantly more rapidly than classical computers.

“Quantum computers are very different from today’s computers, not only in what they look like and are made of, but more importantly in what they can do. Quantum computing is becoming a reality and it will extend the computation far beyond what is imaginable with today’s computers,” said Arvind Krishna, SVP at IBM Research. “This moment represents the birth of quantum cloud computing.”

IBM is permitting concerned clients to access a 5 qubit quantum computer, it’s called IBM Quantum Experience. The real hardware is in the IBM Research Lab in New York State. IBM is given a programming interface and the capability to run trial programs on a real quantum computer. IBM has produced its own quantum chip running at 5 qubits.  It is estimated that it could take a machine running between 50 and 100 qubits to surpass the potentials of today’s fastest supercomputers.

“By giving hands-on access to IBM’s experimental quantum systems, the IBM Quantum Experience will make it easier for researchers and the scientific community to accelerate innovations in the quantum field, and help discover new applications for this technology.”

IBM’s step to present the service is attractive because it permits common people to try out infrastructure that has usually been limited to highly confined research labs. Though researchers expand more powerful quantum computers, IBM wishes to know which applications and algorithms will be significant and useful to businesses, using what’s accessible now. IBM planned an arrangement system that allows tests run in sequence. After a job is executed, the service sends out the outcome of the trial in an email.

IBM and SAP to Integrate Complementary Cloud Technologies

The sweeping program will enable both the companies to provide their clients with the modernized systems and processes that will be built on their cloud collaboration and combined technologies.

SAP and IBMGreatResponder.com  IBM Corp., and well known business software provider SAP SE said they will put up on their cloud partnership and unite complementary technologies and services with an offer to renovate their systems for the digital economy. The partnership plans to unite IBM’s cognitive competence and cloud and power systems with SAP’s software and cloud platform. The long time allies plan to co-locate assets in Walldorf, Germany, where SAP is based, and Palo Alto, Calif.

“The future of business strategy and business value will proceed from the foundation elements of this announcement — cognitive, cloud and the design of consumer-quality experiences in every industry,” said Bridget van Kralingen, senior vice president, IBM Global Business Services. “We’re formalizing a complementary set of capabilities to simplify and speed outcomes for clients evolving to become cognitive enterprises” he said.

The SAP vends software that deals with business operations such as manufacturing, stock and finance. Its HANA business software, which develop memory chips to add speed advantages over usual databases that run on disk drives, has become the center of its cloud offerings.

IBM has been operational to re-invent itself in the cloud computing age. SAP’s partnership with the tech giant appeals to set up companies that have shied away from outsourcing operations or want use a grouping of their own data centers and those in the cloud.

“Today’s announcement builds on SAP’s commitment to enable strong, growing businesses that can seize the amazing opportunities of the digital economy, “SAP S/4HANA is the re-imagined suite of core business applications, ” said Rob Enslin, member of the Executive Board of SAP SE and president of Global Customer Operations, SAP.

The corporations will depict on the successful, strategic partnership between IBM and SAP for SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud services announced in October 2014 to balance the IBM cloud platform to fulfill the random demands of digital transformation. In adding up, IBM and SAP will work together on industry specific cloud solutions and increase current SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud services to comprise ongoing application protection and support services.

The companies will expand joint consulting models illustrated on proven, nimble services and support methodologies from both organizations. IBM’s Institute for Business Value and SAP’s Value Engineering organization will co-create digital transformation road maps by industry and by C-suite role.