IBM has delivered enterprise class containers enabling clients to deliver production applications across their hybrid environments.
IBM Containers are based on Docker and build on Bluemix and provides a more efficient environment that enables faster integration and access to analytics, big data and security services.
The company said enterprises can create a new generation of portable distributed applications by using combination of IBM, Docker, Cloud Foundary and OpenStack.
This apart, IBM has announced that it has become a founding member of a coalition of partners and users to create the Open Container Platform (OCP) that will ensure that containers are interoperable.
Additionally, enterprises which centers on a faster time to market, seamless application portability, higher confidence and reliability for enterprise applications, also get business benefits from IBM Container service.
Enterprises has noticed reduction in overall development time and cost through a more efficient configuration management across the DevOps value chain.
Also, IBM has demonstrated performance of Java on Docker and as a Docker based service, IBM Containers include open features and interfaces.
Company officials said IBM is the first to fully integrate the on-premise Docker Trusted Registry software with its flagship DevOPs and Cloud offerings, beginning with IBM UrbanCode and IBM Pure Application Systems.
This apart, Mindjet has selected IBM Cloud to expand application development scale and growth with IBM Containers.
With IBM Containers on Bluemix, development teams of Mindjet can operate more efficiently, innovate with speed, improve engagement and boost productivity.
IBM’s Bluemix offers scalability to meet the demands of their enterprise clients to Mindjet and the company also selected Bluemix Garage team to incorporate several DevOps services into their operations achieving seamless integration and controlled production deployment.