In keeping with our view that cloud in general, and Amazon in particular, represents a transformative approach to IT -- from a development, IT or a LOB point of view, we in Information Management have recently made available some of our leading products on AWS. You can find them @ the IBM partner Page on AWS. Information of how to use them can also be obtained from IBM's Developer Work Amazon Pages.
I want to highlight some interesting aspects. One, our two flagship databases -- DB2 and IDS, are available, free of charge, for development, and with pricing in 10's of cents to a dollar+/machine/hr, for prroduction. There are many things in our databases that makes them the best for Amazon like envionment -- their "autonomic" support, understanding of the dynamic nature of virtualization etc., but most importantly, as James Governor put it, IBM in the Amazon Cloud: on pricing and billing innovation , it is also about flexible, pay-go pricing.
Second, some of our newer products are being (near-simultaneously) made available on Amazon, as well as a traditional software licensing model. A great example of this, and of course my favorite for those of you who know me is Mashup Center, available here.