In the most recent RightScale State of the Cloud Report, the technology provider shed light on the popularization of containers in the enterprise, especially as more organizations move towards public cloud solutions like IBM. Concurrently, organizations are also dealing with a plethora of new content and need ways to manage, interpret, and make decisions to achieve ROI.
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IBM understands the challenge of content and technology and recently developed an easy-to-deploy Content Platform. Launched in mere seconds as opposed to weeks, the platform leverages FileNet Content Manager, Content Navigator, and Case Manager Docker Containers to drive scalability, resiliency, manageability, and upgradeability of IBM platform components.
Key to the success of this platform is the usage of Docker containers, which provide the ability to develop, test, and build code to production. IBM’s content services containers inherit these capabilities, built for the cloud and supported by WebSphere Liberty. The platform also drives content management success by leveraging metrics and logging so organizations can maintain a handle on content development.
As a whole, this solution is one of many in the pipeline for IBM as they seek to add more value towards organizations embracing digital transformation and rising customer expectations. If you’re interested in seeing what IBM Services Containers can do for you, chat with one of our specialists at www.perficient.com today.