That notice also advises customers that IBM’s soon-to-be-sole-remaining Power cloud
doesn’t support GPUs, so Virtual Servers for VPC clients that want to keep using the accelerators in the Big Blue cloud
will have to use its x86
has promised that IBM
Power Systems Virtual Servers “will be expanding to include Linux
later this year.”
One is IBM
Cloud Virtual Servers for VPC on Power, which includes extra networking smarts to build virtual private clouds, supports GPUs, and can run Linux.
has given users of its IBM
Cloud Virtual Servers for VPC on Power 80 days to find a new home.
refugees will be offered cloudy Power as an easier on-ramp to all the resilience
the platform offers, with a promise that IBM
can comfortably bring business logic and other customizations to its cloud.