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Arvind Krishna, senior vice president of IBM Cloud and Cognitive Software, said:
IBM is releasing its software solutions to the data center to drive enterprise workloads into a more competitive cloud. As such, IBM will further become an industry leader in the $1 trillion hybrid cloud opportunity.
IBM is providing the basic tools businesses need to enable cloud computing for years to run with the cloud, across the cloud, across applications, and with open standards across Red Hat's cross-vendors.
The new native software portfolio will be called IBM Cloud Paks and IBM Certified Containerization Software, and is currently available in five:
● Cloud Pak for Data: Gives organizations simple, automated insight into data.
● Cloud Pak for Applications: Helps companies modernize, build, deploy, and operate applications.
● Cloud Pak for Integration: Helps integrate applications, data,cloud serviceAnd various APIs.
● Cloud Pak for Automation: Helps change business processes, decisions, and content, such as bank customers can streamline 80% of manual processes.
● Cloud Pak for Multicloud Management: Improve visibility, governance, and automation on the cloudy side.
Finally, IBM also pointed out:
Build applications for IBM Red Hat OpenShift applications that deploy and run companion applications on other public clouds such as AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud Platform.