IBM is providing Development AMIs for Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) who build commercially available services. These AMIs are available for no additional fee beyond normal Amazon EC2 usage charges. Find out more .
IBM Development AMIs can only be used in conjunction with Amazon Web Services and are made available by IBM for demonstration and evaluation, education, development and testing of commercially available Software as a Service applications. You may not use IBM Development AMIs in production or to develop internal applications.
The IBM Development AMIs are ready to run in Amazon EC2 with Novell® SuSE Linux and the associated IBM products. The links below will take you directly detailed listings in the AMI catalog.
Amazon EC2 Running IBM
AWS provides pay-as-you-go pricing for the Amazon EC2 running IBM service, enabling you to purchase these services by the hour. These AMIs make it possible to use Amazon EC2 with many of the IBM platform technologies you’re already familiar with. Click here for details and pricing.
Bringing Your Own Licenses
If you own existing IBM licenses, you may now bring them to Amazon EC2. IBM has created a Processor Value Unit (PVU) conversion table that makes it easy to determine how your existing licenses apply to various Amazon EC2 instance types. If you are interested in bringing your own licenses or using the IBM Development AMIs, click here for license eligibility criteria and PVU conversion data. If you are interested in purchasing a new IBM license, please visit the IBM Software Online Catalog.
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