ARMONK, N.Y., Oct. 25, 2019/PRNewswire/ – IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced that the IBM open cloud has been named a 2019 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for cloud infrastructure as a service.
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The Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice Distinction is based on feedback and ratings from end-client professionals who have experience purchasing, actualizing and utilizing cloud infrastructure as a service, worldwide. Gartner characterizes cloud infrastructure as a service as a standardized, exceptionally automated offering, where register assets, supplemented by storage and systems administration capabilities, are possessed by a service supplier and offered to the client on demand. The assets are scalable and elastic in near real time, and metered by use. Self-service interfaces are presented legitimately to the client, including an online UI and an API. The assets may be single-tenant or multitenant, and facilitated by the service supplier or on-premises in the client’s data focus. In this way, this market covers both open and private cloud IaaS contributions.
Enterprises are operating in a half and half multicloud landscape, and they will wind up at various focuses on this range for the following several years as they migrate, modernize, and assemble new applications to the cloud. Open cloud plays a critical job in this cross breed architecture because of the productivity, scale and access to high value services it accommodates even the most perplexing workloads.
The IBM open cloud conveys the capabilities required by the world’s largest and most complex enterprises, including market leading security, data and app assurance; open source innovation; and enterprise-grade capabilities for the most strong workloads.
“Expanding on thousands of engagements with customers from each industry, IBM keeps on enhancing our open cloud to meet the necessities of customers in even the most heavily regulated conditions,” said Harish Grama, General Manager, IBM Open Cloud. “Enterprises from all over the world and from each industry are entrusting their business to the IBM open cloud. I think being named a 2019 Customers’ Choice for cloud infrastructure as a service demonstrates the important job IBM Cloud is playing in accelerating the cloud venture, regardless of where customers are starting.”
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For more information, visit https://www.ibm.com/cloud/open
About Peer Insights: Peer Insights is an online platform of ratings and surveys of IT software and services that are composed and read by IT professionals and innovation decision-makers. The goal is to help IT leaders make increasingly savvy purchase decisions and help innovation suppliers improve their items by getting objective, unbiased feedback from their customers. Gartner Peer Insights incorporates in excess of 215,000 confirmed surveys in excess of 340 markets. For more information, please visit www.gartner.com/surveys/home.
Required Disclaimer: Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice comprise the emotional assessments of individual end-client surveys, ratings, and data applied against an archived philosophy; they neither speak to the perspectives on, nor establish an underwriting by, Gartner or its affiliates.
About IBM Cloud With over $20B in annual cloud income, IBM has manufactured a leading enterprise half and half cloud business. This incorporates an exhaustive range of as-a-service contributions, software, hardware and professional services that enable IBM to advise, move, assemble and manage cloud arrangements across open, private and on-premises conditions. Through its global system of in excess of 60 cloud data focuses across 19 nations and 18 availability zones across 6 districts, IBM open cloud helps enterprises in all ventures to meet security, strength, performance, and global arrangement prerequisites. Based on an open source, multitenant condition, customers have tied down access to an enterprise-grade IaaS and a leading PaaS that furnishes them with the latest designer capabilities and ready-to-go innovation motors. This incorporates in excess of 190 cloud-native APIs, for example, AI, blockchain, IoT, serverless and quantum processing, and consistent capacity all the way to the edge.