Creating Hybrid Clouds with IBM Bluemix Integration Services

An IBM Redbooks Solution Guide

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Published on November 17, 2015, updated January 20, 2016

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ISBN-10: 0738454664
ISBN-13: 9780738454665
IBM Form #: REDP-5270-00


Authors: David Kwock, Rahul Gupta and Vasfi Gucer

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    Abstract

    A hybrid cloud is considered as the integration of multiple clouds that are aligned to the unique characteristics of different system types. IBM® defines a hybrid cloud as a secure

    cloud computing environment that uses services from two or more sources, such as a private cloud, public cloud, or traditional IT sources.

    A hybrid cloud transforms roles throughout the organization and allows business leaders and developers to innovate efficiently and faster. Applications that are built around a hybrid cloud infrastructure typically revolve around at least one of the following pillars of hybrid integration:

    • API-centric applications
    • Data-centric applications
    • Event-centric applications

    This IBM Redbooks® Solution Guide describes Bluemix® integration services and how to use them to connect Bluemix applications to on-premise systems.

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