Plano, Texas, United States – May 5, 2020 – CloudHedge and IBM are teaming on a new collaboration around IBM Edge Application Manager running on Red Hat OpenShift that will mobilize application workloads to run seamlessly across edge devices. CloudHedge’s unique technology coupled with IBM Edge Application Manager ensures that our customers realize maximum value from their investments in enterprise applications, while transitioning to the Edge.
IBM’s new Edge Application Manager solution automates and enables AI, analytics and IoT workloads to be securely deployed and remotely managed, delivering real-time analysis and insight at scale – up to 10,000 devices simultaneously. Containerizing traditional enterprise workloads can be greatly simplified with the automated containerization solution from CloudHedge.
IBM and CloudHedge provide coverage for the IT landscape of customers across Windows, Linux, and AIX platform-based workloads. These workloads upon containerization are capable of being deployed to Edge devices at scale, in a secure and reliable manner.
With the Internet of things and the advent of 5G technology, edge computing is assuming center stage in many industries. Edge data centers & edge devices capable of data processing & hosting enterprise applications can be leveraged a great deal, by combining the unique capabilities of CloudHedge, IBM Edge Application Manager, and Red Hat OpenShift.
For more details, please visit – https://www.ibm.com/blogs/business-partners/join-the-edge-ecosystem
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- Envision, build and run efficient businesses in cloud,
- Modernizes monolithic applications to cloud-native by leveraging automated re-factoring and containerization technology
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Associate Vice President – CloudHedge Technologies