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IBM UrbanCode Deploy and Red Hat Ansible: Better Together ... for IBM Z

UrbanCode Deploy + Ansible = Better Together for IBM Z Since IBM acquired Red Hat in 2019, IBMers and customers have been asking me "Should Ansible be used in place of UrbanCode Deploy?" My answer has been: While Ansible is capable of automating deployments, which is UrbanCode Deploy's...

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Installing containerized UrbanCode Deploy

If you are using UrbanCode Deploy at its latest version (, it's a good time to try out the UCD containers for the server, agent and relay. These have all recently passed IBM container certification. This chart is a good summary of the requirements IBM certified containers have to meet: ...

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[Case Study] Dream Payments transforms delivery and brings mobile payment capabilities to the enterprise

Introduction Business challenge When large financial institutions expressed interest in adopting its mobile payments solution, Dream Payments needed a fast, flexible way to deploy hosting infrastructure for enterprise customers. Transformation Evaluating Amazon Web Services (AWS), IBM...


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Talk With the Experts at IBM Community Day: Cloud Dev

You're excited about the opportunities cloud-native development brings –now what? Join us for IBM Cloud Dev Day , happening on June 18, 2020! 45+ speakers from IBM Experts and partners 3 conference verticals help to build, deploy, and secure your business in the cloud Insights...

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Maximo Anywhere 7.6.4 - How to manage your deployments

Hi All, As you move forward with your upgrades and implementations to Maximo Anywhere 7.6.4 you may of been wondering where your applications are being stored now that the MobileFirst runtime no longer exists. We had a few questions on this during our enablement so I wanted to write a quick...

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