What are Generative AI models?
Generative AI has stunned the world with its ability to create realistic images, code, and dialogue. Here, IBM expert Kate Soule explains how a popular form of generative AI, large language models, works and what it can do for enterprise.Read More
What is Data Literacy?
There’s something to be said for intuition, but the next best decision for your organization can’t really solely on a “gut” feeling. Without data to shape your decisions, your business strategy may be based on hunches and [potentially wrong] assumptions. In this video from IBM Technology, Lexi Soberanis explains how to foster a business culture […]Read More
Denial of Service Attacks Explained
Denial of Service attacks are one of the many tactics malicious actors may use. In this video Jeff Crume explains the different types of DoS attacks and what kind measures can be taken to mitigate the threat posed by these kinds of attacks. This video is from IBM Technology.Read More
What is AI Governance?
Just what is AI Governance, what does it do for your business, and what’s the deal with Delorean air bags? In this video, Priya Krishnan explains how what AI Governance and how it can help you create innovative, transparent, and explainable AI workflows.Read More
How Chatbots Could Be ‘Hacked’ by Corpus Poisoning
IBM Technology explains how good AI can go “bad.” When it comes to getting answers, it’s almost a cliché: Just Google it. Yes, you get answers, but usually you have to sort through a list of possible explanations, with varying degrees of reliability. More and more, today’s Internet users prefer “just give me ONE answer” […]Read More
Ansible vs. Terraform: What’s the difference?
Ansible and Terraform are both great tools that you can turn to for creating Infrastructure as Code (IaC) which can be used to deploy repeatable environments for automating your infrastructure. However, what is the difference between the two? When should you pick one over the other? In this lightboard video, Sai Vennam with IBM Cloud, […]Read More
Kubernetes and OpenShift: What’s the Difference?
- October 10, 2022
- Cloud Computing
- cloud foundry
- Cloud Native
- cloud security
- Hybrid Cloud
- IBM Cloud
- IBM Cloud Kuberenetes Service
- IBM OpenShift
- Open Source
- Red Hat
- software development
- The Weather Company
Containerization is becoming the new norm for developing and deploying applications in a more efficient and accelerated manner. Kubernetes and OpenShift are two of the main container management platforms in the market for managing containers across the infrastructure. Check out this lightboarding video with Sai Vennam from IBM Cloud as he takes a deep dive […]Read More
Open Source Explained
Open source technologies are in incredibly powerful, but what exactly does Open Source entail? Dan Kehn explains what open source is, how it works, its advantages, and how to can get involved in an open source community.Read More
What is Data Observability?
Data observability helps data teams and engineers better understand the health of data in their system and automatically identify, troubleshoot and resolve issues in near real-time. In this video, Ryan Yackel talks about the difficulty in managing the health and quality of your data sets, what data observability is, and how it can help you […]Read More
What is Risk Analysis?
- August 8, 2022
- IBM Cloud
Risk management is the process of identifying, assessing and controlling financial, legal, strategic and security risks to an organization’s capital and earnings. These threats, or risks, could stem from a wide variety of sources, including financial uncertainty, legal liabilities, strategic management errors, accidents and natural disasters. In this video, Jeff Crume – IBM Distinguished Engineer […]Read More