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Deploy a "Hello World" webpage to Bluemix
Let's deploy a simple Hello World webpage using nothing but HTML and a static buildpack on IBM Bluemix.
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Articles 06 Aug 2015
Introduction to Java multitenancy
The multitenant JVM recently became available as part of the IBM SDK Java Technology Edition, Version 7 Release 1 as a tech preview. By running multiple applications within a single multitenant JVM, a cloud system can speed applications' start times and reduce their memory footprint. This article introduces the technology behind multitenant cloud JVM and discusses the main costs and benefits.
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Articles 06 Aug 2015
Is always-on data encryption the ultimate cloud security tool?
At-rest and in-motion data that is only decrypted once it is sitting at your desktop can be the key to slowing cloud and traditional online systems data breaches. If a hacker can't use the data, why steal it? The author examines the MIT Mylar system as an example of always-encrypted data.
Articles 06 Aug 2015
Creating Applications in Bluemix Using the Microservices Approach
Microservices is an architectural style, in which large complex software applications are composed of one or more of smaller services. This IBM Redbooks® publication gives a broad understanding of this increasingly popular architectural style and provides some real life examples on how you can develop applications using the microservices approach with IBM Bluemix. The source code for all these sample scenarios can be found on GitHub (https://github.com/).
Books 06 Aug 2015
Build a simple face detection web app
Develop a simple application in PHP to use the powerful cognitive computing features of the AlchemyAPI service on IBM Bluemix. The app demonstrates how the face detection functions of the AlchemyAPI service can: study images and find faces, identify the gender, estimate the age, and often identify the specific person. You don't need to know anything about cognitive computing or deep learning algorithms to develop the cognitive app on Bluemix with only a few lines of code in this step-by-step example.
Articles 31 Jul 2015
Integration Platform as a Service: The next generation of ESB, Part 2
Take an in-depth look at Integration Platform as a Service (IPaaS), the next generation of enterprise integration. Part 1 describes the technology and business changes that are driving IPaaS, as well as the capabilities and components that are characteristic of the IPaaS approach to enterprise integration. Part 2 concludes the series by focusing on the key attributes of IPaaS that distinguish it as a service, and illustrates why these characteristics make a service approach to enterprise integration an attractive value proposition.
Articles 30 Jul 2015
Bluemix fundamentals: 5 key advantages, from a developers' perspective
In this short video, Bobby Woolf discusses benefits and advantages Bluemix has over other platforms for developers.
Articles 29 Jul 2015
Integration Platform as a Service: The next generation of ESB, Part 1
Take an in-depth look at Integration Platform as a Service (IPaaS), the next generation of enterprise integration. Part 1 of this two-part series describes the technology and business changes that are driving IPaaS, as well as the capabilities and components that are characteristic of the IPaaS approach to enterprise integration.
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Articles 20 Jul 2015
Make your application elastic on Bluemix
The Bluemix Auto-Scaling service gives you the ability to dynamically adjust the capacity of an application in the target environment. With the service, you can scale out (or scale in) your applications based on the resource allocations and SLA measurement.
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Articles 15 Jul 2015
Create an iOS 8 game with React Native and Advanced Mobile Access
Create a React Native game and learn how JavaScript code can access the IBM MobileFirst platform in iOS native apps.
Articles 15 Jul 2015
Using scrum methods with IBM DevOps Services
Explore the sprint planning process and scrum methods used with IBM DevOps Services. It also explains and provides hands-on experience with basic scrum activities like backlog grooming, sprint planning, and daily scrums.
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Articles 10 Jul 2015
Build an iOS 8 App with Bluemix and the MobileFirst Platform for iOS
Try out the new iOS 8 SDK for mobile push and authentication on Bluemix. This tutorial introduces you to the new MobileFirst Platform for iOS, currently in Beta. You'll see how to create and connect a mobile back-end application on Bluemix to a sample iOS mobile application, and then send a push notification from the Bluemix console.
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Articles 09 Jul 2015
Top 10 reasons to use Bluemix and DevOps Services
If you have not heard about the cloud revolution in IT, you were probably living in a cave or on another planet for the past 3 years. The cloud is everywhere, and it drastically changes the way information is stored and shared. Cloud computing forces organizations to apply new business models, and teams have to re-invent the way they develop and deliver applications. In this article, I present ten reasons why you should consider IBM Bluemix if you plan to create and deploy cloud applications. With extensive support for mobile and web applications, Bluemix provides all the services you need to your develop your next brilliant idea.
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Articles 07 Jul 2015
Explore IBM Bluemix
Watch as David Barnes demos Bluemix, IBM's platform as a service offering. He focuses on how to start developing and deploying applications on IBM Bluemix.
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Articles 01 Jul 2015
Tour the Bluemix platform and build your first app
Watch as Tarun Gangwani demos Bluemix, IBM's platform as a service offering. Beyond the Cloud Foundry command line, he describes the many options for developing and deploying applications on IBM Bluemix, including container delivery based on Docker and virtual machine delivery based on Open Stack.
Articles 30 Jun 2015
Build a photo storage service in the cloud with PHP and IBM Bluemix, Part 2
More and more applications are taking advantage of cheap, reliable object storage in the cloud. With the IBM Bluemix Object Storage service, you too can add cloud-based storage to your application. Part 1 of this tutorial series shows how to create the application stub, enable the user interface, process photo uploads, and start working with photos. This tutorial shows how to deploy the app to IBM Bluemix, as well as how to add support for multiple containers and multiple users.
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Articles 26 Jun 2015
Microservices in action, Part 1: Introduction to microservices
In this multipart series, learn how microservices make cloud applications more manageable, scalable, and reliable. This first installment gives you a high-level view of microservices' role in cloud architectures and contrasts microservices-based systems with older, monolithic models.
Articles 26 Jun 2015
Rapidly develop Internet of Things apps with Docker Containers
The rapid growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) has been driven in part by the commoditization and accessibility of wireless modules, sensors, and microcontrollers. But the IoT isn't just big news for device manufacturers. As the number and variety of connected devices increases, the demand for applications to interface with those devices and to process the vast quantities of data that they produce is also increasing. To match this growing demand, web and mobile application developers will need to start to develop for the IoT and adapt their current development practices to meet the challenges of this new application area. One such development practice is the use of containers. Containers are a lightweight approach to virtualization that developers can apply to rapidly develop, test, deploy, and update IoT applications at scale.
Articles 25 Jun 2015
Build a photo storage service in the cloud with PHP and IBM Bluemix, Part 1
More and more applications are taking advantage of cheap, reliable object storage in the cloud. With the IBM Bluemix Object Storage service, you too can add cloud-based storage to your application. This tutorial shows you how to create the application stub, enable the user interface, process photo uploads, and start working with photos. Part 2 shows how to deploy the app to IBM Bluemix.
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Articles 23 Jun 2015
How, where, and why IBM PureApplication fits in your cloud
IBM PureApplication systems introduce out-of-the-box capabilities that improve the way you create and deliver cloud solutions by simplifying the creation and reuse of applications and topologies. You get infrastructure patterns of expertise from IBM and its partners, as well as a platform that is optimized for enterprise applications. But how does PureApplication fit in the field of public, private, and hybrid cloud scenarios? This article explains how PureApplication System, PureApplication Software, or PureApplication Service should be your enabler of choice for whatever type of cloud you have.
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Articles 17 Jun 2015
Develop a predictive analytics model for a complex data set
In this tutorial, we discuss IBM dashDB, which is a data warehousing service in the cloud that provides built-in in-database analytics. We show you how to use IBM Bluemix to create an instance of dashDB on the cloud, use its R analytics capabilities to develop a predictive model for your data set, and then leverage R's Shiny application to generate interactive and robust visualizations and predictions. We use the Kaggle data science competitions as our sample data.
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Articles 17 Jun 2015
Implementing multi-system management and deployment with IBM PureApplication System
IBM PureApplication System V2.0 introduced support for multi-system management and deployment, which enables you to perform catalog management and deployment across systems. This tutorial helps you setup a management domain and deployment subdomain using IBM PureApplication System.
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Articles 17 Jun 2015
Use business rules as an authorization engine
Authorization policies in web-based applications are not only complicated, but also dynamic. If you implement those policies in the source code of the application, you must change it every time the policy changes. This article shows you how to use a business rule engine, Nools, to make authorization decisions in a Node.js application. This allows the security policy to be stored as an object, and edited with a simple Angular-based user interface.
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Articles 16 Jun 2015
Integrating Chef with IBM PureApplication System, Part 1: Transforming Chef assets to script packages
IBM PureApplication System is a cloud computing system-in-a-box with integrated hardware and software for deploying and executing workloads in a cloud. Chef is a popular DevOps solution for automating infrastructure configurations. This two-part tutorial series introduces how to integrate Chef with PureApplication System. Part 1 begins with how to transform Chef assets to script packages in PureApplication System.
Articles 11 Jun 2015
Integrating Chef with IBM PureApplication System, Part 2: Automating and managing application infrastructure with the pattern and Chef server
IBM PureApplication System is a cloud computing system-in-a-box with integrated hardware and software for deploying and executing workloads in a cloud. Chef™ is a popular DevOps solution for automating infrastructure configurations. This two-part tutorial series introduces how to integrate Chef with PureApplication System. Part 2 describes how to leverage the Chef server as the configuration management solution for pattern instances in PureApplication System.
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Articles 11 Jun 2015
IBM cloud technologies: How they all fit together
Explore the various types of cloud computing systems available and the guidelines that can help you with real-world application deployments on top of a cloud infrastructure.
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Articles 09 Jun 2015
Deploy a golang photo archive in the cloud
Use Object Storage v2 with a Go programming language application hosted on Bluemix. Object Storage v2 provides a highly available, robust, reliable, and scalable storage fabric that can be backed by a private cloud or the IBM public cloud.
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Articles 05 Jun 2015
Build a self-posting Facebook application with Bluemix and the MEAN stack, Part 2: Store user information on the server
This tutorial series shows you how to use the Facebook API and permissions from your Bluemix application running in a Node.js environment. Doing so allows the application to act as a smart agent and, thus, to read and post to Facebook on the user's behalf even when the user is not available. This tutorial, part 2 of the 3-part series, explains how to store user information on the server.
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Articles 02 Jun 2015
Cloud standards: Tools to ensure cloud application interoperability
Global consortia and working groups collaborate on development standards to build an environment of cloud systems that interoperate smoothly with the majority of applications, appliances, and platforms. But these standards are not just frameworks; they are tools for the system designer and application programmer. Here is an overview of their efforts.
Articles 02 Jun 2015
Use social media credentials for your apps using Bluemix Single Sign On
In this tutorial, learn how to secure your web applications using the IBM Single Sign On service in IBM Bluemix. Using this service, you can authenticate users to any web or mobile application. In addition, you can use multiple identity providers like Facebook, Google+, or LinkedIn, as well as any SAML identity provider. Furthermore, you can use a custom user directory directly managed in Bluemix. All identity providers can be used simultaneously so that the end users can choose among them.
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Articles 02 Jun 2015
Build a self-posting Facebook application with Bluemix and the MEAN stack, Part 1: Use Facebook as a logon source
This tutorial series shows you how to use the Facebook API and permissions from your Bluemix application running in a Node.js environment. Doing so allows the application to act as a smart agent and, thus, to read and post to Facebook on the user's behalf even when the user is not available. This tutorial, part 1 of the 3-part series, explains how to use Facebook as a logon source
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Articles 02 Jun 2015
Build a self-posting Facebook application with Bluemix and the MEAN stack, Part 3: Make the server act on the user's behalf
This tutorial series shows you how to use the Facebook API and permissions from your Bluemix application running in a Node.js environment. Doing so allows the application to act as a smart agent and, thus, to read and post to Facebook on the user's behalf even when the user is not available. This tutorial, part 3 of the 3-part series, provides the final piece in the puzzle: how to make the server act on the user's behalf.
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Articles 02 Jun 2015
Translate your Bluemix application to access global markets
Using the Book Club application as a working example, this article explains how to use the IBM Globalization service's capabilities (service dashboard, full feature RESTful APIs, and sample SDKs) to translate your Bluemix application's static content (user interface). Also learn how to dynamically update your app even as you continue to develop, build, test, and deploy within your Bluemix DevOps environment.
Articles 28 May 2015
Build a mobile soccer notifications app on IBM Bluemix
Follow along as Joe Lennon exlains how he built the "Occer" application and deployed it on IBM's Bluemix platform. The back-end API layer is built using Ruby, Sinatra, and MongoDB. It uses the freely available football-data.co.uk data feeds to get the latest results. The application itself is an iOS application written in Swift and uses the IBM Bluemix Mobile SDK to handle push notifications.
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Articles 26 May 2015
Develop secure cloud-aware applications
Cloud-aware application architectures and designs are becoming increasingly prevalent as developers and organizations recognize their increasing value. Cloud-aware applications tend to be very elastic and easy to scale, faster to develop, and more affordable. Yet while cloud-aware applications have numerous benefits, their architectures can create numerous security challenges for the unaware. This article describes some of the security challenges created by cloud-aware applications and how you can address some of them by following various best practices.
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Articles 20 May 2015
Use Maven with the Bluemix DevOps Services delivery pipeline
Learn how to integrate existing Apache Maven projects into the delivery pipeline in Bluemix DevOps Services and how to set up Maven projects to make them available as Bluemix DevOps Services projects.
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Articles 20 May 2015
Migrate an app from Heroku to Bluemix
With all of the cloud platforms currently on the market, migrating applications from one to another can present challenges. This tutorial provides a step-by-step method of migrating a sample app from Heroku to IBM Bluemix.
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Articles 18 May 2015
Configure IBM Cloud Orchestrator to provision to SoftLayer
Follow the steps in this article to configure IBM Cloud Orchestrator to provision to SoftLayer. IBM Cloud Orchestrator gives you access to ready-to-use patterns and content packs – helping to speed configuration, provisioning and deployment. It integrates management tools such as metering, usage, accounting, monitoring and capacity management into your cloud services. Go live as quickly as you develop and test applications.
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Articles 18 May 2015
Build a managed API with IBM Bluemix
Use the API Management service in Bluemix to create and publish your own APIs in the cloud. This tutorial helps you explore how API Management and Bluemix can help you participate in the API economy.
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Articles 13 May 2015
Develop mobile apps with IBM MobileFirst Object Store Adapter and backend IBM Spectrum Scale Object
Explore the need for easy integration of mobile applications with data stored on object stores. Cloud storage enables users and applications to store data remotely and access it from anywhere, at any time, and from any device. In this article, we review IBM Spectrum Scale Object, a state-of-the-art object store offering, and IBM MobileFirst, a popular platform for developing multi-platform mobile applications. We then show you a custom-built MobileFirst adapter that can be used to develop mobile apps with easy access and integration with the data stored on the IBM Spectrum Scale Object store.
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Articles 11 May 2015
Build a Big SQL app using the IBM Analytics for Hadoop Service
Build a sample application that uses the IBM Analytics for Hadoop Service, which runs on a cloud-based instance of IBM InfoSphere BigInsights Enterprise Edition, to explore social media data for global coverage of the IBM Watson brand. Query the data by using Big SQL (IBM's SQL interface to its Hadoop-based platform, InfoSphere BigInsights) and deploy a WAR file that contains a Java application that reads the data. The sample application that you create for your users can dynamically run queries on the data.
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Tutorial 08 May 2015
Develop a public transportation system simulator with Node.js and the dashDB service
This article shows you how to develop a simulator of public transportation system using cloud services such as IBM DevOps Services, IBM Bluemix, and dashDB (formerly known as Analytics Warehouse and BLU Acceleration). Developers with intermediate knowledge of JavaScript and those who want to get started with cloud services can learn how to develop a simple but useful application for data analysis and streams.
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Articles 08 May 2015
Create a business intelligence and analytics service in Ruby with the dashDB service
The dashDB Service available in IBM Bluemix provides a powerful, easy-to-use, and agile platform for business intelligence and analytics. It is an enterprise-class managed service that is powered by the in-memory optimized, column-organized BLU Acceleration data warehouse technology. This article demonstrates how easy it is to incorporate the dashDB service into your application so that you can focus on your application.
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Articles 08 May 2015
Build a data mining app using Java, Weka, and the dashDB service
The dashDB (formerly known as Analytics Warehouse and BLU Acceleration) service provides data warehousing and analytics as a service on IBM Bluemix. Developers can develop and deploy a heavy-duty analytic application using blazing-fast IBM BLU database technology offered in the cloud. Learn how to develop a data mining application using the Weka statistical analysis tool and leveraging the IBM BLU columnar database.
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Articles 08 May 2015
Analytics for Hadoop on Bluemix, Part 1: Analytics for Hadoop on Bluemix: Sign in and access the service
Sign up for a free IBM Bluemix account, log in to Bluemix, and start the Hadoop for Analytics service.
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Articles 08 May 2015
Move a toy car with your mind
Learn how to extract brain wave data from the Muse wearable device to perform an action in the real world: in this case, move a toy car. The article explains how to work with the Arduino and the toy car remote control from the hardware side; and from the software side, how to work with Bluemix to create a Node.js web application to see real-time brain wave activity.
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Articles 08 May 2015
Build an enterprise-scale database of SEC financial data with Bluemix and Cloudant
A huge amount of unstructured or semi-structured data is available on the Internet today. NoSQL databases able to dynamically load content in nearly any shape have made putting this data into an accessible form much easier. This tutorial explains how to build or replicate a data set in the eXtensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL) format, the type used by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
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Articles 06 May 2015
Find cross-site scripting errors in your Bluemix application with AppScan Dynamic Analyzer
In this short demo video, Ori Pomerantz shows a Bluemix application that has a cross-site scripting error in it. Then he shows how to add the AppScan Dynamic Analyzer service to the application and run a scan. He shows that the scan report detects the cross-site scripting error and provides guidance on how to fix it.
Articles 06 May 2015
Collect and analyze social data without writing a single line of code
Do you think about how much you might learn from analyzing social data, but don't act because you don't have enough time or resource to build what you need? In this tutorial, we show you how easy it is to use the Node-RED workflow editor in IBM Bluemix to capture a social data feed (a Twitter feed) and then build a Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS) file from that data. We also show you how to use the IBM Analytics for Hadoop service to analyze the data and produce summary charts. You’ll be amazed at how easy it is to turn an unknown data set into information you can use.
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Articles 06 May 2015
Add language translation to your apps with IBM Watson
Add machine translation to your Bluemix apps. Use Node-RED and the Machine Translation service to create an app that translates text that the user enters and performs sentiment analysis on that text.
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Articles 06 May 2015
4 experimental Bluemix services you'll want to try
Check out the latest almost-ready-for-prime-time boilerplates and services on IBM Bluemix, including selections from integration testing, data management, content management, application quality, and application infrastructure.
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Articles 05 May 2015
Enable social network logins by using the Bluemix Single Sign On service
This tutorial shows you how to add user authentication to your IBM Bluemix applications by using Single Sign On services. Learn how to create and deploy a Node.js application, bind the Single Sign On service to the application, and add popular identity sources such as LinkedIn, Facebook, and Google+, or a custom Cloud Directory to your application.
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Articles 04 May 2015
Build and deploy a scalable contacts application in the cloud, Part 1
Leverage MongoDB features to build powerful, scalable MongoDB-powered cloud applications. To show how easy it is, Part 1 takes you through the process by building a PHP/jQuery address book application that lets you store and manage contacts, using a MongoDB database hosted in the IBM Bluemix cloud. Part 2 shows how to add multiple users and deploy your application to Bluemix. Needless to say, it's all mobile-friendly too, so you can deploy your application to Bluemix and immediately start using it on a tablet or smartphone.
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Articles 30 Apr 2015
Build and deploy a scalable contacts application in the cloud, Part 2
Leverage MongoDB features to build powerful, scalable MongoDB-powered cloud applications. To show how easy it is, Part 1 takes you through the process by building a PHP/jQuery address book application that lets you store and manage contacts using a MongoDB database hosted in the IBM Bluemix cloud. Part 2 shows how to add multiple users and deploy your application to Bluemix. Needless to say, it's all mobile-friendly too, so you can deploy your application to Bluemix and immediately start using it on a tablet or smartphone.
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Articles 30 Apr 2015
Build a remote-controlled Raspberry Pi 2 monitor for your IBM Bluemix apps
Demystify the Internet of Things with a hands-on project that uses the IBM Internet of Things Foundation to interconnect your devices and apps. Set up a Raspberry Pi 2 to monitor uptime and access time for a running IBM Bluemix app, capturing the results in a graphing app that you can deploy to Bluemix. And code a desktop application that controls the Raspberry Pi 2 monitor remotely.
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Articles 28 Apr 2015
See IBM Bluemix in action
Watch as David Barnes demos Bluemix, IBM's platform as a service offering, and the centerpiece of its cloud strategy, to the NYTECH Meetup using a Sphero.
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Articles 28 Apr 2015
Women in technology: Making an impact
In this video, first in a series from IBM developerWorks, some of IBM's prominent female technical leaders share their experience and insight on various technical topics.
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Articles 28 Apr 2015
Build an iOS app using the IBM Mobile Data for Bluemix service
Build an iOS application using the IBM Mobile Data for Bluemix service available on IBM Bluemix. This multi-part series will gradually build, with each part introducing you to new services. This tutorial includes a demo, sample code, and complete instructions for creating the BlueList iOS application. You can apply what you've learned to integrate IBM Mobile Data for Bluemix, IBM CloudCode for Bluemix, and IBM Push for Bluemix services into your own applications.
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Articles 28 Apr 2015
What is IBM Bluemix?
IBM Bluemix is the newest cloud offering from IBM. Bluemix is a platform as a service (PaaS) offering based on the Cloud Foundry open source project that delivers enterprise-level features and services that are easy to integrate into cloud applications. This article provides a high-level overview of Bluemix and Cloud Foundry and the differences between the two. It also lists some of the Bluemix services available in the Bluemix Catalog.
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Articles 27 Apr 2015
Develop a Xamarin.Forms app for the IBM MobileFirst Platform
See how to develop an Android and iOS Xamarin.Forms app and integrate it with the IBM MobileFirst Platform in this instructional video.
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Articles 22 Apr 2015
Create an Apple Watch application with the IBM MobileFirst Platform, Part 2
See how to use the IBM MobileFirst native iOS SDK to develop Apple Watch applications in this instructional video.
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Articles 22 Apr 2015
Create an Apple Watch application with the IBM MobileFirst Platform, Part 1
See how to use the IBM MobileFirst native iOS SDK to develop Apple Watch applications in this instructional video.
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Articles 22 Apr 2015
Mobile DevOps, Part 1: Implement enterprise-scale iOS continuous builds with UrbanCode Deploy
Implement an enterprise-scale continuous-build system for iOS apps. See how the IBM Apple Solutions Team uses IBM UrbanCode Deploy to customize its continuous-build capability.
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Articles 20 Apr 2015
Pull into the Bluemix Garage
The IBM Bluemix Garage is exactly that: a garage environment that fosters unbridled innovation between startups and enterprises, with IBM Bluemix as the centerpiece that makes it all possible.
Articles 16 Apr 2015
The WebSphere Contrarian: Are you getting the most out of virtualization?
Much has happened in the area of virtualization since the topic was first discussed in this column, so this is a good time to revisit (or re-introduce) virtualization and all its flavors to help you determine which type of virtualization could benefit your organization the most, and how to make it the most effective.
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Articles 16 Apr 2015
Explore the OpenStack REST APIs for PowerVC
IBM Power Virtualization Center Express Edition (PowerVC) is an IaaS cloud solution designed to make it easier to build and manage virtual resources in a Power Systems Software Defined Environment or a cloud infrastructure. It is primarily based on OpenStack and includes OpenStack industry-standard application programming interfaces. Learn about the APIs for each OpenStack component and the tasks the APIs can help you complete.
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Articles 16 Apr 2015
Editor's picks: Top 7 Bluemix tutorials for business process management
Here are my top 7 editor's picks of content published on developerWorks about using IBM® Bluemix with business process management solutions. Whether using the Workflow or Business Rules services in Bluemix, or integrating IBM Watson-related services with your IBM Business Process Manager environment, there are many ways to get started with Bluemix and your current business process management solutions.
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Articles 15 Apr 2015
Optimize data storage for cloud
Data storage is no longer a warehousing issue; implicit in the new world of data everywhere is the implied ability to find, access, and use that data in an efficient manner. Much of that data exists on a cloud, so you need to know how to make sure data storage is optimized and doesn't become a weak link in your cloud platform. Storage techniques and software tools can help you achieve data and database optimization, and help to manage virtualized data storage through the software layer. This article explores what storage optimization tools can do for you.
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Articles 14 Apr 2015
Jump-start your hackathon efforts with IBM Bluemix DevOps Services
A hackathon is typically a brief, intense period of collaborative development generally around a particular cause or topic. The idea is to get something done quickly and, of course, for the thing you to do totally rock the judges. Given the short time period, it can be challenging to build in some basic features like Facebook authentication or sending emails or texts while still making significant progress on your main goal. The Hackathon Starter Project by Sahat Yalkabov, et. al., hosted at GitHub, provides a great collection of capabilities to use as the base for your hackathon efforts. IBM Bluemix DevOps Services provides a collaborative on-the-web development environment and continuous delivery pipeline while IBM Bluemix provides the cloud hosting you need to run it, making this a perfect pair for hackathon success. I explain how to stand up your own copy of Hackathon Starter from a fresh version of the source using Bluemix DevOps Services and automatically deploy it after every change to the Bluemix PaaS.
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Articles 08 Apr 2015
Build and deploy a mobile-friendly calorie counter on IBM Bluemix with PHP, MySQL, AngularJS, and the Nutritionix API
Mobile web applications are increasingly popular because they use well-known web technologies and work consistently across different devices. This article shows you to build and instantly deploy a mobile-friendly calorie counter application on IBM Bluemix with PHP, MySQL, and AngularJS. It uses the Slim PHP micro-framework to communicate with the Nutritionix API for information retrieval and jQuery Mobile for the user interface, together with the PHP CloudFoundry build pack and bound MySQL and SendGrid service instances.
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Articles 08 Apr 2015
Using IBM PureApplication script packages and Microsoft Azure storage to install and configure software
Manually installing software on deployed virtual machines is time consuming. Using IBM PureApplication script packages can enable automated installations and eliminate manual errors. Combining the power of script packages with the speed of Microsoft Azure storage to host install binaries can dramatically increase efficiency when deploying and configuring virtual machines.
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Articles 08 Apr 2015
Build a smart mobile calorie monitor for Android
Use the Mobile Data Service and Push service on IBM Bluemix to build an Android app for monitoring calories that the user consumes and expends. Reminders are sent as push notifications.
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Articles 08 Apr 2015
Develop Node.js apps without leaving your browser
Discover how you can use Bluemix Live Edit, Bluemix Debug, and the Bluemix shell to develop, debug, and deploy your apps in the cloud without ever leaving your browser.
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Articles 08 Apr 2015
Best practices for deploying your apps in the cloud
Explore the various types of cloud computing systems available and the guidelines that can help you with real-world application deployments on top of a cloud infrastructure.
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Articles 02 Apr 2015
Scripting in IBM PureApplication System
This tutorial shows you how to get started with IBM PureApplication System scripting using the command-line tool and REST API, and provides some useful sample scripts.
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Articles 01 Apr 2015
Using block storage in IBM PureApplication System pattern workloads
IBM PureApplication System 2.0 supports a new kind of storage volume called block storage. Unlike storage support in previous versions, block storage decouples storage from the lifecycle of the workload encapsulated in the patterns. The storage persists after the workload is deleted, and can be attached to a different workload. This tutorial shows you how to use block and shared block storage in PureApplication System pattern workloads.
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Articles 01 Apr 2015
Intro to IBM Bluemix DevOps Services, Part 4: Deploy to Bluemix automatically with the delivery pipeline
In this four-part Intro to IBM Bluemix DevOps Services series, discover how using Bluemix DevOps Services can prevent you from wasting time. Quickly and easily deploy a simple app, deploy an app that leverages a Bluemix service, write code that leverages a new Bluemix service, and configure a multistage delivery pipeline. Try out the web IDE (no setup required) and learn how to use agile planning tools. As a bonus, you get an app that checks the prices of items in online stores for you, so you don't need to surf the web to see if your favorite items are on sale.
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Articles 30 Mar 2015
Hosting your WordPress blog in the IBM Cloud
Set up a basic WordPress blog on your own IBM SoftLayer virtual server. A series of related articles can help you use various services in the IBM marketplace to enhance and secure your WordPress installation.
Articles 27 Mar 2015
Intro to IBM Bluemix DevOps Services, Part 1: Deploy and update a simple app
In this four-part introductory series on Bluemix and Bluemix DevOps Services, you discover how using these products can prevent you from wasting time. You learn how to quickly and easily deploy a simple app, deploy an app that makes use of a Bluemix service, and write code that uses a new Bluemix service. You'll even try out the web IDE (no setup required) and learn how to use agile planning tools. As a bonus to all of the knowledge you'll get by working through the examples in this series, you also get an application that checks the prices of items in online stores for you, so you don’t have to surf the web to see if your favorite items are on sale!
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Articles 27 Mar 2015
Intro to IBM Bluemix DevOps Services, Part 3: Plan, track, and take advantage of new Bluemix services
In this four-part introductory series on Bluemix and Bluemix DevOps Services, discover how using these products can prevent you from wasting time! Using the simple app created in Part 1 and the app that uses a Bluemix service deployed in Part 2, learn how to write code that uses the new Bluemix service. Try out the web IDE (no setup required) and learn how to use agile planning tools. End up with an application that checks the prices of items in online stores for you, so you don’t have to surf the web to see if your favorite items are on sale!
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Articles 27 Mar 2015
Intro to IBM Bluemix DevOps Services, Part 2: Deploy an app that uses a Bluemix service
In this four-part introductory series on Bluemix and Bluemix DevOps Services, you discover how using these products can prevent you from wasting time! Using the simple app created in Part 1, learn how to deploy an app that makes use of a Bluemix service in Part 2. Continue to Part 3, where you learn how to write code that uses the new Bluemix service. In Part 4, learn how to use the Delivery Pipeline service to deploy your app to Bluemix automatically whenever you or someone else on your team pushes code to your project's repository.
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Articles 27 Mar 2015
Integrate your service into the cloud with the IBM Cloud Orchestrator SDK
The IBM Cloud Orchestrator Development Kit for Integration Toolkit helps you create content packs for IBM Cloud Orchestrator in a quick, reliable, and repeatable way. This software development kit (SDK) makes it easy to create integration APIs in IBM Business Process Manager through an intuitive user interface or automatically by relying on declarative API definitions that are compliant with common open standards. This article shows how to use the SDK to easily integrate your service in the cloud.
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Articles 26 Mar 2015
DevOps made easy with Bluemix
Need an easy DevOps solution? You've come to the right place: IBM Bluemix.
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Articles 25 Mar 2015
Use a Liberty JAAS login module for Bluemix single sign-on
This tutorial provides a technique for Liberty-aware authentication with the Bluemix SSO service. Create a sample app that uses the Bluemix SSO service for user login; the Liberty server creates all necessary objects (Subject, Principal, Session) upon successful authentication. A Liberty app can obtain Bluemix SSO capabilities using JAAS authentication with the SSO service so that your authentication mechanism is abstracted from application code.
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Articles 24 Mar 2015
Build an Android app using the IBM Mobile Data for Bluemix cloud service
Build an Android application using the IBM Mobile Data for Bluemix service on IBM Bluemix. This multi-part series will gradually build, with each part introducing you to new services. This tutorial includes a demo, sample code, and complete instructions for creating the BlueList Android application. You can apply what you've learned to integrate IBM Mobile Data for Bluemix, IBM Push for Bluemix, and Node.js Cloud services into your own applications.
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Articles 23 Mar 2015
Configure OpenStack Keystone support for domain-specific corporate directories
OpenStack is open source software for building public and private clouds that provide an Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) platform. Keystone is an OpenStack subproject that provides identity services, including user authentication and authorization, for the OpenStack family of projects. This article shows how to configure Keystone's recently released domain-specific LDAP and Active Directory support.
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Articles 23 Mar 2015
Going Further with the SoftLayer API Python Client, Part 3
Part 1 and Part 2 of this blog series covered many general aspects of how to use the SoftLayer API effectively. This post dives into how to order SoftLayer resources using the SoftLayer API. For ordering virtual servers, read Simplified CCI Creation (http://sldn.softlayer.com/blog/phil/Simplified-CCI-Creation) for a great explanation of the simplified virtual server ordering process.
Articles 20 Mar 2015
IBM Bluemix as a Dynamic Development Ecosystem
IBM Bluemix is more than just a platform for building composable applications in the cloud. With the expansion of new services, capabilities, resources, and even more boundless innovation, you can now use Bluemix as an application development and deployment ecosystem.
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Articles 18 Mar 2015
A year of Bluemix: Top 10 apps
See which Bluemix apps made the dW editorial team's list of favorites. From water conservation to taking on Watson, tracking your fitness, and finding your parked car, this list has a bit of everything.
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Articles 10 Mar 2015
Rapidly build a rich three-tier web app, Part 1: Build the database
In this three-part tutorial, learn how to use IBM Rational Application Developer and IBM Bluemix to rapidly build and host a multi-tier Java Enterprise Edition (JEE) app. Find out how you can save time in each stage: creating the data model and database, generating the data access code using the Java Persistence API (JPA), writing the Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs) and web services, and using Dojo to create a rich web UI for viewing and modifying the data. When the application is complete, you'll deploy it to IBM Bluemix, the IBM Platform as a Service (PaaS).
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Articles 10 Mar 2015
Rapidly build a rich three-tier web app, Part 3: Create a rich web UI
In this three-part tutorial, learn how to use IBM Rational Application Developer and IBM Bluemix to rapidly build and host a multi-tier Java Enterprise Edition (JEE) app. Find out how you can save time in each stage: creating the data model and database, generating the data access code using the Java Persistence API (JPA), writing the Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs) and web services, and using Dojo to create a rich web UI for viewing and modifying the data. When the application is complete, you'll deploy it to IBM Bluemix, the IBM Platform as a Service (PaaS).
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Articles 10 Mar 2015
Rapidly build a rich three-tier web app, Part 2: Build the application tier
In this three-part tutorial, learn how to use IBM Rational Application Developer and IBM Bluemix to rapidly build and host a multi-tier Java Enterprise Edition (JEE) app. Find out how you can save time in each stage: creating the data model and database, generating the data access code using the Java Persistence API (JPA), writing the Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs) and web services, and using Dojo to create a rich web UI for viewing and modifying the data. When the application is complete, you'll deploy it to IBM Bluemix, the IBM Platform as a Service (PaaS).
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Articles 10 Mar 2015
Build a holidays notification app for Android on Bluemix
Learn to develop an app for Android mobile devices to get notifications of upcoming holidays. The MyHolidays app lets users register their mobile device with this service. Registered users can receive notifications on their mobile device, at desired intervals (weekly, bimonthly, monthly), about upcoming holidays and plan vacations accordingly. Examples show how to use Push, Mobile Data, Mobile Application Security, and Workload Scheduler IBM Bluemix services to configure and deploy the Android mobile app.
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Articles 10 Mar 2015
Going Further with the SoftLayer API Python Client - Part 2
In Part 1, I covered how to navigate the SoftLayer Services website, and how to query the SoftLayer API efficiently. In this post, I'll cover additional aspects of using the SoftLayer API with the python client.
Articles 09 Mar 2015
Build a secure app with Bluemix and social media authentication
Discover the benefits of social login for IBM Bluemix application users. Using a sample Ruby on Rails application, this tutorial walks you through the process. The social login sample includes the necessary application modifications, the social account configuration, and the required Bluemix configuration. You can download the sample implementation's source and a hosted Bluemix instance.
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Articles 09 Mar 2015
Going Further with the SoftLayer API Python Client - Part 1
The SoftLayer API has bindings for many different languages and formats in addition to python (ruby, perl, c#, SOAP, RESTful, etc.). Learn how to translate the code snippets in those other languages to your situation.
Articles 09 Mar 2015
Editors' picks: Top 10 Bluemix tutorials - Winter 2015
It's hard to believe how far we've come with Bluemix in the past year! Since then, IBM has announced a host of new IBM, third-party, and open source services and runtimes you can use to build, deploy, run, and manage almost any kind of application you can dream of. And over here at developerWorks, the editorial team has been working closely with top cloud and services experts to create a full library of quick-starts, tutorials, videos, and demos to show you what you can do with Bluemix and its services, and teach you how to do it quickly and easily.
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Articles 08 Mar 2015
Developing a plug-in connector for web service endpoints using WebSphere Cast Iron: Part 2: Implementing the TestConnection orchestration
This five-part tutorial series shows you how to use the WebSphere Cast Iron Connector Development Kit (CDK) to quickly and easily develop plug-in connectors for web service and ReST based applications. Part 2 covers design considerations when developing a plug-in connector, and shows you how to create a plug-in connector for a Salesforce.com application,
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Articles 04 Mar 2015
Developing a plug-in connector for web service endpoints using WebSphere Cast Iron: Part 5: Implementing connector activity orchestrations
This five-part tutorial series shows you how to use the WebSphere Cast Iron Connector Development Kit (CDK) to quickly and easily develop plug-in connectors for web service and ReST based applications. Part 5 shows you how to implement the orchestrations for your plug-in connector activities.
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Articles 04 Mar 2015
Developing a plug-in connector for web service endpoints using WebSphere Cast Iron: Part 3: Implementing the ListObjects orchestration
This five-part tutorial series shows you how to use the WebSphere Cast Iron Connector Development Kit (CDK) to quickly and easily develop plug-in connectors for web service and ReST based applications. Part 3 shows you how to implement the ListObjects orchestration for your plug-in connector.
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Articles 04 Mar 2015

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