IBM Introduces New Services for IBM Cloud: IBM Active Deploy and IBM Event Hub
November 09, 2015

IBM announced two new services for IBM Cloud - IBM Active Deploy and IBM Event Hub.

These features help developers avoid disruption to apps when deploying updates, eliminate complexity from manual processes, and integrate data from crucial sources of real-time information.

· Active Deploy, now available on Bluemix, IBM’s Cloud platform, offers the ability to deploy software updates to cloud-based apps with zero downtime and no service disruption. Aligned with the growing trend toward continuous delivery enabled by DevOps, this service allows teams to produce software updates in short cycles and be confident they can deploy these updates seamlessly and invisibly. For core business applications, even a few minutes of downtime can mean lost revenues and a sharp drop in customer satisfaction.

· Event Hub, another new beta service on Bluemix, brings together events generated by a variety of web services or on-premises systems into a centralized, cloud-based system. Multiple event streams can easily be aggregated within the Bluemix Message Hub, while still keeping data separate, organized and easily accessible. IBM Event Hub is launching initially with four connectors to enable integration of some of the largest sources of data into apps, including Twitter, Salesforce, Cloudant and MQ Light.

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