What you need to know about the IBM Cloud Business Development Platform
IBM Cloud business development platforms have long been used for complex systems development, from database management systems to virtualization.
This week, IBM released a new cloud business development platform, called Cloud Business Management System.
While the new platform will help enterprises create and deploy cloud applications in a cloud-based environment, the company says that the platform also makes it easy to build and manage business applications.
The new platform, which is free, is available now.
Here’s what you need, including details about how it works, how to get started, and how it differs from previous IBM cloud offerings.
What are the benefits of Cloud Business Manager?
The cloud business management platform enables companies to develop and deploy complex systems and applications in their own data centers.
The platform also provides a number of advanced features for managing and monitoring the data in the data center, including automatic backups, cloud-hosted backups, and the ability to access and manage data in different cloud environments.
For instance, IBM says that Business Management will let businesses manage data centers with just two clicks.
This feature, which was added to IBM Cloud Developer last year, enables enterprises to create cloud applications and manage applications on multiple data centers simultaneously, making it easy for the enterprise to quickly move from one data center to another.
What’s new in Cloud Business Manger?
The new platform provides more than a dozen business management tools for enterprise organizations to use.
One of the most notable features is the ability for businesses to access, manage, and restore data.
This includes backups of their applications, which can be stored in the cloud, or in the on-premises data center.
IBM also offers cloud-owned backup options for data, including data stored on-site at IBM’s data centers, as well as cloud-managed backups of business data.
Business Management will be available in several different flavors: IBM Cloud Development Manager and Cloud Business Server.
IBM says these flavors are designed for developers and enterprises who want to create a cloud application that they can access from the same data center as they develop and manage the application.
The different flavors will be offered on both the free Cloud Business Developer platform and the Enterprise Edition, a paid version of Cloud Developer that costs $99.
IBM calls this version of the platform the “Cloud Business Developer Enterprise Edition.”
Business Development Server is the new business development server offering for enterprise applications that will support both on-demand and offline development.
Business Development Server will be released later this year, and IBM says it will be the best way to develop enterprise applications on a new version of IBM Cloud Platform.
Business Development Manager for Business Development Services is a business development suite for managing applications in the IBM cloud.
Business Management Server is available as a free service for small and medium-sized enterprises, as a paid offering for businesses with hundreds of employees.
Business Services for Enterprise will offer a number to enterprises.
Business Services for Business Developer will offer enterprise application management, while Business Services of Business Development will offer cloud-integrated business development.
Business Systems for Business Management is a cloud platform for managing software applications in an enterprise data center and will be an additional feature that is available to all businesses, including businesses that are in the Enterprise Business Development Edition.
Business systems will be supported for enterprise application deployment using a variety of features that can be enabled by the enterprise application developer.
The cloud applications will be able to access data from all of the enterprise applications, and businesses can control the data by accessing data from on-Premises data centers or using data in cloud-native applications.
Business Applications for Cloud Development will allow businesses to develop business applications and deploy them to a data center without having to manage the entire application on-and-off-premise.
Business Applications for Business Server will enable business applications to access the data from the data centers and the cloud.
Business Manager will be made available on the IBM website this week.