Not content with beating humans at quiz shows, IBM is moving forward with its Watson Machine Learning service. Now generally available after a year’s worth of beta testing, WML promises to address the needs of both data scientists and devs.
Technology and consulting heavyweights IBM have launched developerWorks Open – a new initiative to garner further community involvement in their open source projects. They’ve also set out a plan to release more projects online by year’s end.
Two age-old rivals are teaming up to collaborate on a new kind of enterprise mobility. But what does it mean for developers?
Ambitious Big Blue looks to the future with acquisition of Boston Database-as-a-Service provider for an undisclosed sum.
Having announced its sky high targets for the year ahead, IBM puts its money where its mouth is with further $1.2 billion commitment to company offerings.
As the OpenStack Amazon Web Services debate continues to roll on, we spoke to Eucalyptus CEO, Mårten Mickos about why they willingly embrace AWS
With a flurry of new developments, we talk to those at the heart of the Eclipse M2M movement to discuss what’s new.
The community-focused platform-as-a-service gets a big backer in Big Blue, who will contribute new tools and help set-up a new governance model
No one can deny the strides OpenStack has made in 36 months, but are the real challenges just around the corner?
An open source data visualisation tool from Mirantis drills down into every single OpenStack commit by release, company and developer.
Just a few weeks after releasing the seventh major version, we sat down with the OpenStack Foundations Executive Director, Jonathan Bryce. This interview appeared in April’s edition of JAX Magazine.
Continuing our Java EE series, JSR 352 lead Chris Vignola shows us around the batch processing specification and how it can be utilised.
Another irreverent look back at the week that was. Also featuring, sumo wrestlers and the NFL draft
Is OASIS’s seal of approval exactly what the Internet of Things needs to meet its lofty goals?