IBM and IISc jointly establish a lab to enhance India’s hybrid cloud research. IBM and the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) launched the ‘IBM-IISc Hybrid Cloud’ lab here on Wednesday. The facility will promote research in hybrid cloud technologies and create breakthrough discoveries in this field.
Located on the IISc campus in Bengaluru, the institute’s students and professors will collaborate with IBM scientists to help organizations harness the hybrid cloud’s potential by allowing quicker, more seamless. Additionally, the adoption of hybrid cloud and artificial intelligence will be safer (AI).
“The IBM-IISc lab, it is expected, would bring together two of the world’s top research groups in business. And academia, in order to establish an ecosystem for hybrid computing systems. Cloud research in the country, which will be beneficial to the whole nation. And for the benefit of the globe,” said Gargi Dasgupta, Director, IBM Research India.
The lab will collaborate with academics as well as the larger open-source community in order to increase acceptance and accelerate innovation.
The lab will begin with a series of projects involving faculty. And students from IISc’s Departments of Computational and Data Sciences, Computer Science and Automation, and Supercomputing Education and Research Center. As well as scientists from IBM Research’s India lab, in a variety of areas,. Including developing autonomous, self-healing computing systems that use artificial intelligence to predict emerging issues, dia.
Microservices adoption and application optimization for cloud-native apps that use and promote cloud-native technologies such as Kubernetes and serverless.
This enables businesses to significantly increase the agility of their IT services and to develop new cloud-based business models.
Developing an AI-based information management platform that allows businesses to control, consume, derive insights from. And monetize data across a hybrid footprint of edge, cloud, and varied data sources.
Along with IBM’s commitment to fostering innovations that accelerate the adoption of Hybrid Cloud technology. The lab will take an open-access approach by co-presenting research results at prestigious conferences, conducting seminars, and making open-source content available to the community.
The lab will act as a focal point for idea exchange between members of the two universities and the region’s academic and business communities.