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On 15 November 2022, IBM introduced the enhanced Ingress Status for IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service and Red Hat OpenShift on IBM Cloud clusters.

The enhanced Ingress Status provides granular status reports for your Ingress components, including ALBs, subdomains and secrets.

Additionally, a set of new step-by-step troubleshooting guides is available in our documentation that will help narrow down and resolve issues reported by the Ingress Status. To make Ingress Status more flexible and suitable for all of your use cases, we also introduced new configuration options.

IBM updates its Turbonomic Application Resource Management and Instana Observability software to help organizations manage application performance and energy and costs to accelerate sustainability initiative progress

In a constantly evolving business environment, many organizations are struggling to deliver on elevated customer expectations while navigating the challenges of skilled labor gaps, digital disruption, and increasingly complex IT environments.

With more people leaving the workforce, companies lack the staffing required to manage these environments and scale them by traditional means. To bridge this gap, organizations are turning to new digital solutions like automation technology to better leverage their existing talent.

is page on TwitterShare this page on FacebookShare this page on LinkedInE-mail this page The database built to run the world's mission-critical workloads is on AWS.

In May 2022, IBM officially announced its strategic partnership with Amazon Web Services to deliver IBM SaaS products in the AWS marketplace. IBM's SaaS products on AWS are designed to provide customers with the availability, elastic scaling, governance and security required for their mission-critical workloads, fully managed in the cloud. The IBM and AWS partnership gives customers the opportunity to quickly get started with IBM SaaS products, integrated into the AWS services and experience.

Emerging as one of the formidable tools that will help businesses drive innovation and uncover new revenue streams, edge computing holds the key to digital transformation by moving computing out to the 'edge' of the network - to the mobile devices, equipment, and routers where data is collected.

Transporting the cloud closer to where things are happening, edge computing enables businesses across industries to take advantage of all this data to make better decisions and better serve their customers at a lower latency than typical cloud computing.

A key benefit of edge computing is that users get a better experience in terms of reliability, speed, and potentially better privacy, helping companies comply with data sovereignty regulations by keeping data on location while still being able to provide all of the features expected of modern cloud-based software.

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