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vane
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ibm think starts in 3 minutes, it’s buffering....

I see IBM is promoting their cloud a lot now.

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  • 3
    Burn it! Burrrn it!
  • 6
    Fuck IBM. Their cloud is a worthless shitshow.
  • 4
    Honestly who uses IBM cloud? I have never heard of any company that uses IBM for anything.

    I will dance on their grave
  • 2
    I like their pricing, it’s like it’s been specifically designed for government money laundering.

    Fuck the other cloud wankers also, this shit was supposed to be more affordable than running bare metal 24/7
  • 5
    @RocketSurgeon
    I was eating that shitpile of worm infested dogfood for 9 fucking months.

    They're at least 4 years behind every other cloud, 4x as expensive and have shit for docs and support. I pity every human at Redhat.
  • 11
    @SortOfTested *giggles like a 11year old* what happens when ibm clouds rain? It pours shit hihi 😄
  • 1
    They’re accelerating 😂

    For example they launched linuxone cloud cobol services 😂

    They still have big pile of money to spend after they acquired red hat.
  • 0
    It is so useless that I hear of it in a proper conversation today for the first time. 😂 Does this world really needs IBM cloud!?
  • 0
    @molaram Is that true? The company I work for are pushing a lot of "cloud specialists" that goes around and touts the decreased costs to potential clients.
  • 0
    They’re launching ibm watson artificial intelligence devops.

    It’s serious now.
  • 2
    he added 5g, blockchain and quantum to the party 🎉

    I have a great laugh watching it.
  • 1
    @heyheni I knew it was a hot day today in Switzerland, but I didn't think the effects would be visible so fast :p
  • 4
    @vane Damn, they used all the keywords. I smell desperation. Someone needs a new concubine.
  • 4
    @rutee07 Transformation acceleration during covid19 with artificial intelligence devops multicloud operations will increase revenues and lower delivery costs and after covid19 5g and quantum operations with satellite cloud platform will lower post covid19 transformation so I hope you’re already prepared and buying all of this package.

    It’s serious open source effort.
  • 3
    @vane This is the kind of talks where I stop listening after three keywords.
  • 4
    @rutee07 they’re still talking, you can watch, now it’s about agile cause everything needs to be agile now. I had enough after 1 hour.

    https://www.ibm.com/events/think/
  • 1
    @vane I'm going to sleep. Good night, man. :D
  • 2
    @vane omg just tuned in for 30 seconds and already...
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    @vane
    IBM couldn't be agile with a Saturn 5 crammed up their ass.
  • 2
    @SortOfTested They use agile to transform covid19 into quantum space where their artificial intelligence watson will transform into sherlock of post virus era.

    I think I can submit my speech for 2021 edition. I feel prepared.
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    @vane
    Thanks Vane, exciting stuff!

    They're really shifting paradigms with the quantum-oriented growth scheme inherent in the new consumer-focused integration components, powered by IBM Watson. With the release of this new set of tools, the vertical scale of our users' IBM hybrid cloud resources will be effectively limitless, and enable some of the most compelling disruption in the agile-extremist space to date for IBM System Z container oriented workflows.

    #bingo
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    how is watson anyway? I remember looking it over a couple of years ago when I was trying to find a solution for getting oem manuals. I read somewhere that it could be useful for repair services like mine but I could never find anything saying specifically how.
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    @M1sf3t
    Watson the AI is showing its age.

    Watson the product is IBM slapping the word on everything they can in a frenzied marketing play. It's literally nothing but a hodgepodge of shit they bought elsewhere and are squeezing the last ounce of profit out of, or open source offerings they've poorly configured and are using to sell consulting offerings. They don't even have uniform tokens across half of it, plenty of it still requires you to blast username and pass with every request.
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    @SortOfTested that would probably explain why I kept getting lost every time I tried to read up on it then. First impression was similar to what identifix and alldata provide where they have users record their problems and what fixed them into a database that's made available to anyone else on the platform. Only I guess since it was ai, it made "suggestions" instead of just listing all the records with a tally for how many times each proved to be the solution for other users.

    That's only an assumption though, the whole read may have been two paragraphs and trying to google more info only brought up the other 999 things they've given that label to.
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