The Giant Blue is making their bets on infrastructure services and platform with ads like this week’s, Bluemix Container Service with support of orchestration native of Kubernetes.

IBM is becoming a company ‘cloud-native’, but the cloud is natively a work in progress both for the manufacturer and its customers.

In the framework of the conference IBM InterConnect, Bryson Koehler, CTO of IBM Watson and IBM Cloud, and John Considine, director general for infrastructure on the IBM cloud, has been explained how the company is upgrading its infrastructure of data centers to manage the demands of the computation and cognitive workloads of the company.

Koehler argues that the ‘cloud-native’ is fundamentally a philosophical approach that involves to run the applications and manage the business in the cloud to take advantage of the horizontal scalability that provides infrastructure as a service (IaaS).

“There is an architecture and engineering of software native to the cloud, where you’re actually building the app correctly for running in the cloud, but not everybody is going to rebuild all of their applications tomorrow in order to be truly cloud applications”, has explained the senior officer.

it Seems that IBM is covering its bets behind the scenes to make your infrastructure services and platform native to the cloud. On the one hand, IBM has announced this week Bluemix Container Service with support of orchestration native of Kubernetes, which leads the IBM cloud to par with Google, Amazon Web Service and other cloud service providers for the management of containers.

in Addition, Koehler has exposed that IBM is working on the use of containers for packaging applications based in IBM AIX to migrate data centers in the cloud.

In terms of microservicios, the Giant Blue has been posted in version beta Microservice Builder, a set of tools that can help developers to create microservicios in Bluemix. A kit is also available migration tools that can take inventory of the existing code to see if you can deconstruct or convert, in whole or in part, in microservicios.