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IBM
IBM
Bluemix
Bluemix
is a cloud platform as a service (PaaS) developed by IBM. It supports several programming languages and services[1] as well as integrated DevOps
DevOps
to build, run, deploy and manage applications on the cloud. Bluemix
Bluemix
is based on Cloud Foundry
Cloud Foundry
open technology and runs on SoftLayer infrastructure. Bluemix
Bluemix
supports several programming languages[2] including Java, Node.js, Go, PHP, Swift, Python, Ruby Sinatra, Ruby on Rails
Ruby on Rails
and can be extended to support other languages such as Scala[3] through the use of buildpacks.[4]. It took a team of people located in different places only 18 months to build Bluemix
Bluemix
from initial concept to public availability.[5] It was announced as a public beta in February 2014[6] and generally available in June. On October 2017[7] , IBM
IBM
announced that they are merging the Bluemix brand with the IBM
IBM
Cloud brand. Serverless using Apache OpenWhisk[edit] IBM
IBM
Bluemix
Bluemix
includes IBM's Function as a Service (FaaS) system, or Serverless computing offering, that is built using open source[8] from the Apache OpenWhisk incubator project largely credited[9] to IBM
IBM
for seeding. This system, equivalent to Amazon Lambda, Microsoft Azure Functions, Oracle Cloud
Oracle Cloud
Fn or Google
Google
Cloud Functions, allows calling of a specific function in response to an event without requiring any resource management from the developer.[10] References[edit]

^ IBM
IBM
Bluemix
Bluemix
catalog  ^ What are the languages supported by BlueMix?  ^ Is the Scala language supported in BlueMix?  ^ Bring your buildpack  ^ The best way to develop new ideas at work (article), Fortune  ^ IBM
IBM
Invests $1B to Deliver Unique Platform-as-a-Service Capabilities to Connect Enterprise Data and Applications to the Cloud (news release), IBM  ^ Bluemix
Bluemix
is now IBM
IBM
Cloud: Build confidently with 170+ services  ^ "Apache OpenWhisk project repository listing in GitHub".  ^ "apache/incubator-openwhisk". GitHub. Retrieved 2017-05-22.  ^ OpenWhisk vies with AWS Lambda 

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IBM
IBM
Bluemix
Bluemix
is a cloud platform as a service (PaaS) developed by IBM. It supports several programming languages and services[1] as well as integrated DevOps
DevOps
to build, run, deploy and manage applications on the cloud. Bluemix
Bluemix
is based on Cloud Foundry
Cloud Foundry
open technology and runs on SoftLayer infrastructure. Bluemix
Bluemix
supports several programming languages[2] including Java, Node.js, Go, PHP, Swift, Python, Ruby Sinatra, Ruby on Rails
Ruby on Rails
and can be extended to support other languages such as Scala[3] through the use of buildpacks.[4]. It took a team of people located in different places only 18 months to build Bluemix
Bluemix
from initial concept to public availability.[5] It was announced as a public beta in February 2014[6] and generally available in June. On October 2017[7] , IBM
IBM
announced that they are merging the Bluemix brand with the IBM
IBM
Cloud brand. Serverless using Apache OpenWhisk[edit] IBM
IBM
Bluemix
Bluemix
includes IBM's Function as a Service (FaaS) system, or Serverless computing offering, that is built using open source[8] from the Apache OpenWhisk incubator project largely credited[9] to IBM
IBM
for seeding. This system, equivalent to Amazon Lambda, Microsoft Azure Functions, Oracle Cloud
Oracle Cloud
Fn or Google
Google
Cloud Functions, allows calling of a specific function in response to an event without requiring any resource management from the developer.[10] References[edit]

^ IBM
IBM
Bluemix
Bluemix
catalog  ^ What are the languages supported by BlueMix?  ^ Is the Scala language supported in BlueMix?  ^ Bring your buildpack  ^ The best way to develop new ideas at work (article), Fortune  ^ IBM
IBM
Invests $1B to Deliver Unique Platform-as-a-Service Capabilities to Connect Enterprise Data and Applications to the Cloud (news release), IBM  ^ Bluemix
Bluemix
is now IBM
IBM
Cloud: Build confidently with 170+ services  ^ "Apache OpenWhisk project repository listing in GitHub".  ^ "apache/incubator-openwhisk". GitHub. Retrieved 2017-05-22.  ^ OpenWhisk vies with AWS Lambda 

v t e

Cloud computing

Applications

Box Google

G Suite Docs, Sheets and Slides

HP Cloud
HP Cloud
(closed) Microsoft Online Oracle Cloud Rackspace Salesforce Zoho

Platforms

Alpha7 Amazon AppScale Box Bluemix Cloud Foundry Cocaine (PaaS) Engine Yard Helion GE Predix Google
Google
App Engine GreenQloud Heroku Inktank Jelastic Mendix Microsoft Azure MindSphere Oracle Cloud OutSystems openQRM OpenShift PythonAnywhere RightScale Force.com SAP Cloud Platform VMware vCloud Air WaveMaker

Infrastructure

Amazon Abiquo Enterprise Edition CloudStack Citrix Cloud CtrlS DigitalOcean EMC Atmos Eucalyptus Fujitsu GoGrid Google
Google
Cloud Platform GreenButton GreenQloud IBM
IBM
cloud computing iland Joyent Lunacloud Mirantis Nimbula Nimbus OpenNebula OpenStack Oracle Cloud OrionVM Rackspace
Rackspace
Cloud SoftLayer Zadara Storage libvirt libguestfs OVirt Virtual Machine Manager Wakame-vdc Virtual Private Cloud OnDemand

Technologies

Cloud database Data centers Distributed file system for cloud Hardware virtualization Internet Networking Security Structured storage Virtual appliance Web APIs Virtual private cloud

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