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https://media.trustradius.com/product-logos/Uv/Xp/77N37PEPH17Z-180x180.PNGODM on Cloud for Business Rules ManagementWe migrated all our company business rules to IBM ODM on Cloud which runs ICP. It is being used across the company. This solution addresses the following problems: The Cloud First Strategy at our company is to enhance self-service capabilities to allow end-user autonomy, speed to market, and offer new opportunities for business users. Our department is one of the business solution areas pioneered to implement this initiative to solve our current application issues. Our current on-premise ODM environment has many defects, contains single points of failure, is a few versions behind, takes too long to upgrade, is too complicated (more customized code), and costly to maintain. We explored different cloud offering options and conducted many proofs-of-concept (POC) tests to find a solution so our team could have less involvement in managing or controlling the underlying cloud infrastructure including network, servers, operating systems, storage, or even individual application capabilities, except for limited user-specific application configuration settings. Based on our analysis and POC test results, we decided to use IBM ODM on Cloud SaaS offering to support online applications.,Capacity On Demand to scale up and down environments SaaS model allows our team to have less involvement in managing or controlling the underlying cloud infrastructure including network, servers, operating systems, storage, or even individual application capabilities. SaaS model allows our team to worry less about upgrades, fix packs, environment support etc.,Logging function: Currently use Kibana Logging Service, but [we expected] this feature to be integrated to ODM on the Cloud Dashboard. Rule Artifacts Metrics should be available from ODM on Cloud Dashboard Performance Improvement: Sometimes we experience very slow response time when using the Decision Center,9,ODM on Cloud SaaS has opened the door to our business applications benefits including improved currency, continuous builds, accelerated business rules development, improved performance, and better scalability. The enhanced business console improved user ID management, project security and enables the business users to develop, test, and deploy rules rapidly to meet speed to market demands. New simulation features in business console allowed business users to create what-if scenarios and to validate rules with real or representative data with minimum IT support. These long-awaited features provide great value to our company.,IBM Cloud Functions,WebSphere Message Broker, WebSphere DataPower GatewayGo Faster with IBM CloudWe host our AA applications (internal and external) on IBM Private Cloud.,On-Demand Capacity Easy to use UI Faster VM provisioning for rapid deployments Support for newest technologies such as Kubernetes,Bluemix/IBM Cloud UI can be better Changing Brand name from Bluemix to IBM Cloud, as we are habituated to Bluemix more,8,N/A N/A N/A,WebSphere Application Server, IBM UrbanCode DeployIBM CloudIBM Cloud is being used within my organization as the PaaS for micro services and new REST APIs. It is being used by different groups across the enterprise. We are using it both for POCs and for production services.,There is a large variety of services available on IBM Cloud. This is my first experience with a PaaS and I haven’t had any major problems navigating around it. It is easy to deploy applications and services on IBM Cloud.,The UI was a little confusing at first after the shift from BlueMix. There could be better support and examples for deploying SOAP services.,8,IBM Cloud has helped us start using the cloud and migrating old services to the cloud.Positive experience in the early stagesOur company is currently exploring how to transition into a hybrid cloud environment. We are using IBM Cloud Private in an attempt to identify which applications we can feasibly transition into the cloud and build a long term cloud strategy.,IBM provides great customer support Obtaining access was easy and went very smooth IBM Cloud Private alleviates and meets the security requirements demanded in a regulated industry.,More hands on training outside of virtual classes would be helpful.,7,The IBM Cloud Private option will definitely provide a valuable ROI as we move forward with application modernization. ICP will help move our company forward and enable the company transition into a hybrid cloud environment.,WebSphere Application Server, IBM MQ
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February 21, 2019

ODM on Cloud for Business Rules Management

Score 9 out of 10
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We migrated all our company business rules to IBM ODM on Cloud which runs ICP. It is being used across the company. This solution addresses the following problems: The Cloud First Strategy at our company is to enhance self-service capabilities to allow end-user autonomy, speed to market, and offer new opportunities for business users. Our department is one of the business solution areas pioneered to implement this initiative to solve our current application issues.

Our current on-premise ODM environment has many defects, contains single points of failure, is a few versions behind, takes too long to upgrade, is too complicated (more customized code), and costly to maintain. We explored different cloud offering options and conducted many proofs-of-concept (POC) tests to find a solution so our team could have less involvement in managing or controlling the underlying cloud infrastructure including network, servers, operating systems, storage, or even individual application capabilities, except for limited user-specific application configuration settings. Based on our analysis and POC test results, we decided to use IBM ODM on Cloud SaaS offering to support online applications.
  • Capacity On Demand to scale up and down environments
  • SaaS model allows our team to have less involvement in managing or controlling the underlying cloud infrastructure including network, servers, operating systems, storage, or even individual application capabilities.
  • SaaS model allows our team to worry less about upgrades, fix packs, environment support etc.
  • Logging function: Currently use Kibana Logging Service, but [we expected] this feature to be integrated to ODM on the Cloud Dashboard.
  • Rule Artifacts Metrics should be available from ODM on Cloud Dashboard
  • Performance Improvement: Sometimes we experience very slow response time when using the Decision Center
IBM Cloud Private is well suited for SaaS models.
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February 14, 2019

Go Faster with IBM Cloud

Score 8 out of 10
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We host our AA applications (internal and external) on IBM Private Cloud.
  • On-Demand Capacity
  • Easy to use UI
  • Faster VM provisioning for rapid deployments
  • Support for newest technologies such as Kubernetes
  • Bluemix/IBM Cloud UI can be better
  • Changing Brand name from Bluemix to IBM Cloud, as we are habituated to Bluemix more
Easy to use and no hassles to maintain datacenters. On-demand capacity to suit your needs.
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February 14, 2019

IBM Cloud

Score 8 out of 10
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IBM Cloud is being used within my organization as the PaaS for micro services and new REST APIs. It is being used by different groups across the enterprise. We are using it both for POCs and for production services.
  • There is a large variety of services available on IBM Cloud.
  • This is my first experience with a PaaS and I haven’t had any major problems navigating around it.
  • It is easy to deploy applications and services on IBM Cloud.
  • The UI was a little confusing at first after the shift from BlueMix.
  • There could be better support and examples for deploying SOAP services.
IBM Cloud could be used both personally and for business. It is easy to set up a personal free account and play around with the lite account.
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February 13, 2019

Positive experience in the early stages

Score 7 out of 10
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Our company is currently exploring how to transition into a hybrid cloud environment. We are using IBM Cloud Private in an attempt to identify which applications we can feasibly transition into the cloud and build a long term cloud strategy.
  • IBM provides great customer support
  • Obtaining access was easy and went very smooth
  • IBM Cloud Private alleviates and meets the security requirements demanded in a regulated industry.
  • More hands on training outside of virtual classes would be helpful.
While still in an exploratory phase with IBM Cloud Private, it has shown to be well suited for our web sphere environment. We look forward to using the Docker/Kubernetes options to build out containerized strategies.
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IBM Cloud Private Scorecard Summary

Feature Scorecard Summary

Ease of building user interfaces (2)
7.7
Scalability (4)
7.5
Platform management overhead (3)
7.9
Workflow engine capability (3)
7.3
Platform access control (3)
7.9
Services-enabled integration (3)
7.9
Development environment creation (3)
7.6
Development environment replication (3)
7.6
Issue monitoring and notification (3)
6.4
Issue recovery (2)
7.3
Upgrades and platform fixes (2)
8.2

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IBM Cloud Private is a Kubernetes-based container platform allowing users to build cloud-native applications on their own infrastructure in the data center.

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