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Create a coupon-finding app by combining Yelp, Google Maps, Twitter, and Klout services
Use Bluemix, MongoDB, and external services provided by Yelp, Google, Twitter, and Klout to build an app that finds highly rated businesses.
Tutorial 17 Dec 2014
Build an Android application security test tool with Bluemix and AppScan Mobile Analyzer service
Currently, there is a significant increase in the number of mobile applications being developed. This increase creates the need for a cost-effective tool or application to do security testing and to help developers fix the identified vulnerabilities. In this tutorial, we'll discuss the IBM Bluemix AppScan Mobile Analyzer service in detail and describe how it helps developers scan and fix security issues detected in their Android applications.
Tutorial 16 Dec 2014
Conserve water with the Internet of Things, Part 1
This first tutorial in a three-part series shows how to build a low-cost houseplant-monitoring solution based on Raspberry Pi. The solution uses IBM Bluemix for collecting and visualizing sensor data and posting updates on your social network.
Tutorial 16 Dec 2014
Conserve water with the Internet of Things, Part 2
This second tutorial in a three-part series shows how to build a low-cost plant-monitoring solution based on Raspberry Pi. Secure the Node-RED app and set up automated deployment to Bluemix in response to code changes.
Tutorial 16 Dec 2014
Conserve water with the Internet of Things, Part 3
This third tutorial in a three-part series shows how to build a low-cost plant-monitoring solution based on Raspberry Pi. In this final installment, you'll build an HTML5 application that provides a visualization of the sensor data for desktop and mobile devices. You'll create an open data API to make the data available from the Cloudant data store.
Tutorial 16 Dec 2014
Diagnose your IBM Bluemix buildpack or app
If your Bluemix app crashes, get easy access to stdout and stderr logs for your applications or buildpack runtimes in an easy-to-use web interface.
Tutorial 12 Dec 2014
Build a Fitbit step contest app
Create a Fitbit daily step contest among a group of Fitbit friends by using IBM Bluemix, Twitter, and Twilio. A live leaderboard and graphical analytics are available to all contestants, along with automatic updates of leaderboard changes via Twitter and Twilio SMS messaging.
Tutorial 12 Dec 2014
Build a DB2 CLI console to manage SQLDB databases
Manage your SQLDB databases with ease, using an application you can quickly build and deploy on the IBM cloud platform, Bluemix.
Tutorial 11 Dec 2014
Design, manage, and test multi-instance Bluemix applications
Bluemix provides a complete framework for scaling applications horizontally. Learn how to design your Bluemix apps to leverage Bluemix scaling capabilities, including: Designs dos and don'ts, managing and monitoring multiple instances, and options for managing application state to maximize scalability. Considerations for both Java programmers and Node.js programmers are described. A downloadable sample Node.js app illustrates the concepts. Gain a set of proven best practices and code samples to start using one of Bluemix's most compelling capabilities.
Tutorial 10 Dec 2014
Quickly build situational applications on Bluemix with Node.js
Get techniques for building situational apps within Node.js running on IBM Bluemix by reusing information from around the web. This article includes examples of a simple JSON proxy, instructions on how to convert HTML to JSON, and a more complex data-enrichment scenario to show you how to combine data from multiple sources.
Tutorial 09 Dec 2014
Quick guide to deploying code from IBM DevOps Services to Bluemix
In this short demonstration video, Tim shows how quickly you can set up IBM DevOps services to automatically deploy an application to BlueMix.
Tutorial 09 Dec 2014
Set up an agile team environment to build an Ionic app
This tutorial shows you how to set up an agile DevOps team environment to build enterprise-class mobile apps. Specifically, you will learn how to take an Ionic Framework-based Cordova app and apply team development, back-end services, and quality management to take you from zero to hero. To do this, you will use IBM DevOps Services with Git integration and two IBM Bluemix services: the Mobile Cloud Data service and Mobile Quality Assurance (MQA) service.
Tutorial 05 Dec 2014
Protect your site from bots with reCAPTCHA on Bluemix
Build and deploy a form-based application using Google reCAPTCHA. In this Java web-based application, the user data is stored in an IBM Bluemix SQL database and hosted on the IBM Bluemix cloud platform.
Tutorial 04 Dec 2014
Build a cognitive Twitter bot powered by Watson
Build a cognitive Twitter bot powered by IBM Watson Question and Answer as a Node-RED application. By following the steps in this tutorial, learn how to easily build a sophisticated cognitive Twitter bot with little programming.
Tutorial 03 Dec 2014
Kick-start enterprise Internet of Things deployment
Use Bluemix services, the Pebble smartwatch, and Meteor to get an Internet of Things app a sales-tracking system up and running quickly.
Tutorial 03 Dec 2014
Build MVC-style mobile apps using Bluemix
It's still important to develop MVC-style applications. MVC-style apps are built using different platforms (cloud based or on-premise), different programming languages Java, Node JS, PHP, Python, and so on), different runtimes (WebSphere, Node, Ruby), and different datasources (DB2, Cloudant, MySQL). This tutorial shows how to build a simple Android mobile app that uses Java based RESTful web services published in IBM Bluemix. You can download the app, services, and DDLs.
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Tutorial 02 Dec 2014
Build a Where? app for web and Pebble users
Create an app that answers "where" questions. You'll build and deploy a back-end Node.js application on Bluemix that provides a REST API to support client apps. Then you'll build two client apps: one for the web and one for the Pebble smartwatch.
Tutorial 02 Dec 2014
Create custom APIs for enterprise-scale iOS and Android apps
Need to develop enterprise-scale APIs for mobile apps? See how the Bluemix cloud platform helps you develop custom APIs for web and mobile apps to consume for greater agility, responsiveness, and time-to-market.
Tutorial 24 Nov 2014
Translate your Twitter feed
Use the Watson Machine Translation and Watson Language Identification services in IBM Bluemix to translate and normalize content from social media channels such as Twitter in preparation for sentiment analysis.
Tutorial 24 Nov 2014
Build a collaborative encyclopedia of concept maps
Build and deploy an application that leverages IBM Bluemix caching services to scale. The application exemplifies the techniques required to maximize the benefit from cloud deployment and distributed caching, including maintaining authentication across nodes, minimizing latency by using caches, and leveraging NoSQL databases for efficient loading and storage of complex documents.
Tutorial 19 Nov 2014
What's up, Watson? Using Watson QAAPI with Bluemix and NodeExpress
Learn how to create a Bluemix app with the Watson QAAPI service using NodeExpress. This tutorial describes the steps for creating an app and touches on Watson's response structure.
Tutorial 18 Nov 2014
Why so slow? IBM Bluemix is the express lane for mobile app development
IBM Bluemix combines services, APIs, and infrastructure that let you build powerful mobile system engagement applications in an extremely reduced timeframe. This video describes how that's possible.
Articles 18 Nov 2014
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.
Articles 13 Nov 2014
Think big! Scale your business rules solutions up to the world of big data
Learn about a RulesAdaptor application that integrates the Business Rules and IBM Analytics for Hadoop services on IBM Bluemix. This tutorial guides you through the deployment of an IBM Bluemix solution combining Business Rules and IBM Analytics for Hadoop using an example air passenger profiler.
Articles 12 Nov 2014
Deliver the mail without maintaining the servers
This tutorial shows you how to quickly build an email delivery system using HTML5/CSS3, jQuery, Ajax, Java Servlet, and the SendGrid Java library with the IBM Bluemix SendGrid service.
Tutorial 11 Nov 2014
IBM Bluemix Garage: Bringing enterprises and startups together
IBM Bluemix is IBM's unique cloud platform as a service that's stocked with services, runtimes, and infrastructure to help you quickly build and deploy mobile and web applications. The IBM Bluemix Garage is a center of innovation that joins startups, enterprises, and agile design practices with Bluemix to foster collaboration and success at every level. This video explains how.
Articles 11 Nov 2014
Create a mobile-friendly to-do list app with PHP, jQuery Mobile, and Google Tasks
Want a build a simple mobile app to create and manage your to-do lists? It's easy with the Slim PHP micro-framework, jQuery Mobile, and the Google Tasks API. I'll show you how I did it.
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Articles 10 Nov 2014
Build a portable Java EE app across Bluemix and private cloud patterns
As a Java developer, you want the “write once, run anywhere” promise of Java. How can you ensure this if you are moving your applications between IBM Bluemix and on-premise cloud environments like SmartCloud Orchestrator or Pure Application System? In this article, we show you how.
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Tutorial 10 Nov 2014
Build an enterprise supply chain app on Bluemix
This tutorial shows how to build a Node.js app that uses cloud services on Bluemix and integrates with enterprise data and processes. Our app is a supply chain application that uses Business Rules, dashDB, and custom cloud services on Bluemix, integrated with IBM Worklight, Business Process Management (BPM), Content Management, and API Management for enterprise connectivity to corporate back-end systems.
Tutorial 07 Nov 2014
When your app crashes, you want to know absolutely everything!
If software engineering was like civil engineering, then mobile apps would be as rock solid as the average modern bridge. However, software engineering is a very different discipline - and a much younger one - than civil engineering. We have best practices and design patterns to help us write excellent software, but it is almost impossible to guarantee a piece of software will never crash. This is an even bigger challenge in today's mobile apps which, thanks to very short release cycles, do not enjoy as much quality assurance as do other kinds of software. In this article, you will understand how the automated crash reporting feature of IBM Mobile Quality Assurance can make your mobile app as strong as a bridge.
Articles 06 Nov 2014
Automate crash reporting for your mobile apps
Improve the stability of your mobile apps by taking advantage of automatic and context-aware reporting of crashes in IBM Mobile Quality Assurance for Bluemix.
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Tutorial 06 Nov 2014
Appendix: Set up your IDE
Set up your IDE to build the FindFlight app in detailed in the article "Automate crash reporting for your mobile apps."
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Tutorial 05 Nov 2014
Top 10 reasons to pick IBM Bluemix as your cloud platform
In this Top 10 List, Carl Osipov shares his views on why developers will want to choose IBM Bluemix as their cloud platform of choice.
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Tutorial 04 Nov 2014
Integrate Rational DOORS Next Generation and Evernote, Part 3
Rational DOORS Next Generation now lets you create client extensions. Extensions are complete web applications that run inside a dedicated area of the DOORS user interface, allowing users to embed custom web content. IBM Bluemix provides a powerful and easy-to-use platform for hosting web applications and extensions. In this tutorial, the last of three parts, see how to build a web front end using the Express JS framework, and how to allow users to authenticate to the popular note-taking software Evernote using OAuth instead of using a single developer token.
Tutorial 03 Nov 2014
Build an Android app to reserve meeting facilities
This tutorial shows you how to build a simple approval application for reserving meeting facilities in a workplace environment. To build the app, you'll use cloud services (Cloudant DB, MQ Light and Twilio) in the Bluemix development platform. Once the app is deployed on Bluemix, users can easily submit requests and receive responses on their mobile device.
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Tutorial 03 Nov 2014
Build an Android app and a web app to monitor on-premise database table values
If you monitor program status manually, save yourself some time by building an app to check a table column value in your on-premise database (such as whether a component is running or not) and get a push notification when the value changes. You can view the most recent table value from an Android mobile app or a web app. Follow this tutorial to monitor any table column value in an on-premise database that is supported by the Bluemix Cloud integration service.
Tutorial 03 Nov 2014
Set up Mobile Quality Assurance with Swift and iOS 8
Learn how to augment a Swift version of the familiar BlueList application with the Mobile Quality Assurance (MQA) service on IBM Bluemix. With MQA, you can add a robust set of bug reporting, crash logging, and sentiment analysis for your applications for both internal pre-production testing and for end users after the applications reach production. In addition to delivering this compelling set of features with a minimally intrusive client-side footprint, MQA offers a comprehensive analytics dashboard for deeper insight.
Tutorial 03 Nov 2014
Integrate Rational DOORS Next Generation and Evernote, Part 2
Rational DOORS Next Generation now lets you create client extensions. Extensions are complete web applications that run inside a dedicated area of the DOORS user interface, allowing users to embed custom web content. IBM Bluemix provides a powerful and easy-to-use platform for hosting web applications and extensions. In this tutorial, the second of three parts, see how to build a web front end using the Express JS framework, and how to allow users to authenticate to the popular note-taking software Evernote using OAuth instead of using a single developer token.
Tutorial 31 Oct 2014
Quickly build and deploy JSR-compliant portlets in the cloud
Use your Eclipse Workbench to develop and deploy portlets on Bluemix using the WebSphere Application Server Liberty profile.
Tutorial 29 Oct 2014
Enable Information Lifecycle Governance for data on mobile devices using Bluemix services
The RetentionLite application, built using IBM Bluemix mobile data services on an Android platform, enables a user to define governing rules or policies for efficient backup of data on the mobile device. This application enables Information Lifecycle Governance on mobile devices using flexible and configurable rules with an intuitive user interface. Enterprises can use the power of IBM Bluemix services to quickly develop and customize applications like RetentionLite to suit their data retention policies.
Tutorial 28 Oct 2014
Port your web applications onto Bluemix
This article gives detailed steps on how a traditional J2EE application can be ported to the latest services on IBM BlueMix. The article and the sample code provided show how to port an application that uses database, Java Message Service (JMS), and email functions to Bluemix using SQL Database, MQ Light, and SendGrid Services. This article gives a quick, hands-on tour of IBM Bluemix, the open IBM cloud platform for developing and deploying web and mobile applications.
Tutorial 28 Oct 2014
Need to find objects? Use the indexing feature of the IBM Bluemix DataCache service
This tutorial describes how to use the IBM Bluemix DataCache service in applications and exploit the advanced indexing function of DataCache. With the indexing function, the application can efficiently find data by the indexed attributes, build pre-defined query functions based on the indexed attributes, or build a customized data access layer on top of the indexing function.
Tutorial 23 Oct 2014
Deploy Open Web Analytics on your website
One of the leading open source web analytics offerings is Open Web Analytics (OWA). This article provides step-by-step instructions on deploying OWA on an IBM platform as a service (PaaS) of IBM BlueMix. Web applications hosted on Bluemix, as well as those hosted outside Bluemix, can create customizable reports containing statistics on website traffic, updates to shopping carts, page views translating into purchases, and several other useful metrics.
Tutorial 21 Oct 2014
What is this thing called Bluemix: Join the application development revolution
What's the big deal about IBM Bluemix? This short video explains how Bluemix removes all of the infrastructure and middleware setup associated with application development, and gives you all the building blocks you need to rapidly compose innovative applications.
Articles 21 Oct 2014
Bluemix skills: What you need to know to architect for the cloud
Many of the skills you already have will come in handy developing with IBM Bluemix. Find out what other skills you'll need and challenges you'll face when working in the world of composable applications.
Articles 21 Oct 2014
Extend the reach of enterprise content management
Write a Bluemix solution for a mobile application that uses IBM Content Manager as the back-end repository. With IBM Content Manager, you can use the app's design as a reference for developing similar mobile apps that leverage Bluemix technology.
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Tutorial 20 Oct 2014
Use notebooks in the cloud for great data science
Deploy an IPython Notebook server to SoftLayer: Provision a virtual machine with the Docker application-container engine on it, pull an official IPython repository from Docker Hub, and run the IPython Notebook server in a container. Then upload and play with a sample notebook that explores airline on-time performance data from Data.gov.
Tutorial 20 Oct 2014
Rethinking B2B business: Enterprise application integration (EAI) in the cloud
To contain the cost and length of software integration projects, you need an infrastructure that adapts to the software scaling requirements. Learn how to deploy IBM Sterling B2B Integrator on the SoftLayer infrastructure and how to scale the application deployment parameters for better business effectiveness.
Tutorial 20 Oct 2014
Got 5 minutes? Build an email client
Create a mobile or web app in just 5 minutes to send email messages with RapidApps. RapidApps is a runtime and service, available in the IBM Bluemix cloud development platform, that helps you create applications and proofs-of-concept with zero coding.
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Tutorial 20 Oct 2014
Create a tool to analyze Twitter profiles using Node.js, Mongo, and D3
Create a Node app that samples the user themes and bios of Twitter users and creates a word cloud to show characteristics of a user base. Store user keys in a Mongo database, and use D3 JavaScript Library to visualize the results.
Tutorial 16 Oct 2014
Build and deploy a World Bank charting app on Bluemix using Python, Django, and MongoDB
Develop a charting application that uses the Django framework and deploy it to IBM Bluemix. The front end is developed using the JavaScript charting engine HighCharts. You can follow the steps provided in this article to develop a Django application with MongoDB at the back end and quickly create high-performing, elegant web applications that can be hosted on the IBM Bluemix cloud platform.
Tutorial 14 Oct 2014
Manage data in IBM Bluemix from your hybrid mobile apps with IBM plugins for Apache Cordova
Use the IBMData plugin for Apache Cordova to add IBM Bluemix data capabilities to existing or new hybrid mobile apps from the Cordova command-line interface. You can also invoke the Bluemix services to create, read, update, and delete data stored in the Bluemix cloud.
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Tutorial 13 Oct 2014
Revitalize your Java EE app with IBM Bluemix services
Migrate existing applications to IBM Bluemix services such as SQLDB, Session Cache, and Auto-Scaling. The sample application you will work with is CloudTrader, a new app created from a ten-year-old day trading application.
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Tutorial 10 Oct 2014
Integrate Rational DOORS Next Generation and Evernote, Part 1
Rational DOORS Next Generation now lets you create client extensions. Extensions are complete web applications that run inside a dedicated area of the DOORS user interface, allowing users to embed custom web content. IBM Bluemix provides a powerful and easy-to-use platform for hosting web applications and extensions. In this tutorial, the first of three parts, see how to use Node.js and the Evernote JavaScript SDK to connect to and access content in the popular note-taking software.
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Tutorial 09 Oct 2014
Start pushing: Enable push notification subscriptions in your native Android mobile applications
Push notifications with IBM Worklight Foundation is a very powerful feature which makes it possible to reach client devices from a single common server code regardless of the vendor services (APNS or GCM). It also makes the entire process of communicating with the users and devices completely transparent to the developer. The purpose of this article is to enable developers to get up and running with Worklight push notifications as quickly as possible, as well as take the concept a step further with suggestions for ways it could be used in a more complex and realistic scenario. This article combines several important topics such as Worklight CLI, Worklight push notifications and Worklight adapter authentication, all used in tandem with a multi-view client application to join under one umbrella most of the pieces that are needed for a real push scenario. This tutorial describes a Worklight push notification scenario for an Android native mobile application.
Articles 09 Oct 2014
Start pushing: Enable push notification subscriptions in your native iOS mobile applications
Push notifications with IBM Worklight Foundation is a very powerful feature which makes it possible to reach client devices from a single common server code regardless of the vendor services (APNS or GCM). It also makes the entire process of communicating with the users and devices completely transparent to the developer. The purpose of this article is to enable developers to get up and running with Worklight push notifications as quickly as possible, as well as take the concept a step further with suggestions for ways it could be used in a more complex and realistic scenario. This article combines several important topics such as Worklight CLI, Worklight push notifications and Worklight adapter authentication, all used in tandem with a multi-view client application to join under one umbrella most of the pieces that are needed for a real push scenario. This tutorial describes a Worklight push notification scenario for an iOS native mobile application.
Articles 09 Oct 2014
Integration of OS authentication with Microsoft Active Directory on IBM PureApplication System
When implementing IBM PureApplication System, IBM recommends integration with an external LDAP subsystem. Many clients have an additional requirement for the OS to integrate with an external LDAP, which is not provided out-of-the-box. This article describes how to automate the integration of OS security on PureApplication System with external Microsoft Active Directory service. This greatly simplifies managing large sets of VMs on PureApplication System.
Articles 09 Oct 2014
Send push notifications automatically with Node-RED and the IBM Bluemix Push service
Use Node-RED and the IBM Bluemix Push service to build an application that enables you to send mobile push notifications automatically to mobile platforms.
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Tutorial 09 Oct 2014
The best of developerWorks cloud computing: The old, the new, and the blue
For more than five years, developerWorks has been exploring a wide range of cloud computing issues: From cloud fundamentals to security to mobile technologies to IBM solutions like IBM Bluemix and SoftLayer, we've made it a top priority to keep you abreast of the latest developments in this flourishing area of IT. Now we'd like to share with you some of our best cloud-related content -- our favorites AND your favorites -- to spotlight just how far cloud has come, where it's headed, and how IBM is playing a pivotal role in its development.
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Articles 07 Oct 2014
Leverage IBM Cognos on IBM Bluemix using the Embeddable Reporting service
It is easy to leverage IBM Cognos software on IBM Bluemix by using the Embeddable Reporting service. In this tutorial, get step-by-step instructions on creating, developing, and deploying an app with the Embeddable Reporting service on Bluemix from scratch.
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Tutorial 02 Oct 2014
Create a natural language question answering system with IBM Watson and Bluemix services
IBM Watson represents a first step into cognitive systems, a new era of computing. Watson inspires many developers to dream up new and inventive ideas for applications that use cognitive elements to deliver a better and more personalized experience to the user. In this article, we will use Watson Question and Answer (Q&A) technology and the Q&A API exposed by Watson to build a simple demo application, Watson Films.
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Articles 29 Sep 2014
Build a mobile app in 10 minutes using drag-and-drop
Create a small application to help users remember where they parked their car. Because the RapidApps service in IBM Bluemix helps you build mobile-friendly applications, it's well suited to the task of taking a quick note on your mobile phone of exactly where you car is parked. Once you create the app, you can deploy it to the cloud, so anyone can use it.
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Tutorial 29 Sep 2014
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 26 Sep 2014
Send messages or make voice calls using Twilio with Bluemix
Make a voice call or send SMS from the web to your mobile phone, by adding the Twilio service to an app on Bluemix. Twilio is a cloud-based service that allows you to use standard web languages to build voice, SMS, and VOIP applications with a web API.
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Tutorial 26 Sep 2014
Build a hybrid OpenStack environment on POWER8 and Intel x86
IBM Bluemix is a platform as a service (PaaS) based on the Cloud Foundry open source project that promises to deliver enterprise-level features and services that are easy to integrate into cloud applications. POWER8 is IBM's newest processor. Cloud Foundry applications written in a variety of runtimes such as Node.js, Ruby, and the Java programming language can now run on POWER8. The first step toward setting up a hybrid Cloud Foundry environment on POWER8 and Intel x86 systems is to construct a hybrid OpenStack environment. OpenStack is a popular open source infrastructure as a service (IaaS) project promoted by IBM and other industry leaders. This tutorial presents a process to set up an OpenStack compute node on PowerKVM and connect it to the Intel x86 OpenStack controller node. In future tutorials in this series, we will describe how to enable BOSH automation to deploy a Cloud Foundry Droplet Execution Agent (DEA) on top of this hybrid OpenStack environment.
Tutorial 25 Sep 2014
Build a network assurance solution with Node.js, WebSocket, Cloudant, and MongoDB
Connect data from systems of record to Bluemix applications by using Secure WebSocket (WSS) and Secure HTTP (HTTPS) file uploads, persisting the data into instances of MongoDB and Cloudant Bluemix services.
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Tutorial 24 Sep 2014
Build a WebSocket app to visualize tweet volumes on a map
Use WebSocket, Twitter search, and the Google Maps API to create a Node.js web app that shows the origin of tweets on a map in real time.
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Tutorial 23 Sep 2014
Intro to Bluemix and DevOps Services, Part 2: Deploy an app that uses a Bluemix service
In this three-part introductory series on Bluemix and 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.
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Articles 23 Sep 2014
Intro to Bluemix and DevOps Services, Part 1: Deploy and update a simple app
In this three-part introductory series on Bluemix and 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 23 Sep 2014
Develop and run a Sinatra application in a Docker cluster on SoftLayer
Develop a sample Ruby Sinatra web application running on the IBM WebSphere Liberty Profile (Liberty Profile). Create a Docker container cluster on the IBM SoftLayer virtual server to host the application. Further, automate the service discovery for the cluster to manage and balance the load.
Tutorial 23 Sep 2014
Intro to Bluemix and DevOps Services, Part 3: Plan, track, and take advantage of new Bluemix services
In this three-part introductory series on Bluemix and 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 23 Sep 2014
Port an iOS app from Objective-C to Swift
Following the launch of Bluemix earlier in 2014, we wrote a how-to on using the IBM Mobile Data service on Bluemix to enhance a rudimentary iOS app with cloud storage. In this tutorial, we show you how to port that original Objective-C application to Apple's new Swift programming language.
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Tutorial 23 Sep 2014
Automate rolling deployments with IBM DevOps Services for Bluemix
Developers who build applications on IBM Bluemix strive to achieve zero downtime to avoid disruptions in service and keep users happy. Achieving zero downtime while delivering new functions is challenging and requires the ability to perform a rolling deployment. This tutorial walks you through the setup and use of the Delivery Pipeline service from IBM DevOps Services for Bluemix to automate a rolling deployment process.
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Tutorial 22 Sep 2014
Editors' picks: Top 15 Bluemix tutorials
If you've been following developerWorks over the last few months, you've noticed how excited we are about Bluemix, IBM's open-standards cloud platform. Using Bluemix, along with IBM, third-party, and open source services, you can build, deploy, run, and manage almost any kind of application you can dream of. We've published so much content about Bluemix and its many services and runtimes that we wanted to step back and give you a look at what we think are some of the very best tutorials we've published on this exciting topic. So here it is, the Bluemix Top 15 as chosen by the developerWorks editorial team!
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Tutorial 22 Sep 2014
Distribute mobile apps over the air for testing
Learn how to use IBM Mobile Quality Assurance (MQA) through IBM Bluemix to perform over-the-air (OTA) distribution of mobile applications.
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Tutorial 19 Sep 2014
Carry the cloud in your pocket, Part 2: Order and configure your virtual servers
Build a mobile application to create, view, and manage SoftLayer infrastructure services using the SoftLayer REST API. In this second of two tutorials, learn how to order and configure servers on a mobile device.
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Tutorial 19 Sep 2014
Carry the cloud in your pocket, Part 1: Manage your server lists
Build a mobile application to create, view, and manage SoftLayer infrastructure services using the SoftLayer REST API. In this first of a two-part series, learn how to tailor the data you need to display your SoftLayer cloud servers on a mobile device.
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Tutorial 19 Sep 2014
Create an application with the IBM Workflow for Bluemix
Learn how to build an application that invokes multiple services that return asynchronous responses. Explore how to create an application that interacts with users who don't respond promptly, and design the application to correlate multiple responses and combine their results. Use the workflow service to create such an application from a single script that is long-running, stateful, and that correlates events where they occur. Create your script by using an easy, familiar JavaScript-based workflow language. This tutorial, the first in a series about workflows in Bluemix, introduces the concepts by using a simple application.
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Articles 18 Sep 2014
Process home monitoring data using the Time Series Database in Bluemix
Learn how to create, store, and analyze sensor data using a Time Series Database on Bluemix.
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Articles 18 Sep 2014
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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Tutorial 18 Sep 2014
Build a Clojure web application with DevOps Services and Bluemix
Create a small web application in Clojure that enables users to anonymously create suggestions and have those suggestions rated by others. The cloud-based suggestions application runs on Bluemix and Cloudant and uses a database back end. You can find the application's source code on IBM DevOps Services.
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Articles 18 Sep 2014
Build a cloud-ready temperature sensor with the Arduino Uno and the IBM IoT Foundation, Part 1: Build the circuit and set up the environment
This tutorial (the first in a four-part series) introduces you to the Arduino microcontroller, discusses how the author has used it to solve a home-control issue, introduces some hardware add-ons to the Arduino and shows how to connect them up, and then shows how to load programs to test the hardware.
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Tutorial 16 Sep 2014
Build a cloud-ready temperature sensor with the Arduino Uno and the IBM IoT Foundation, Part 4: Deploy a query GUI
This is the final part of a four-part tutorial on building a temperature sensor with the Arduino Uno and the IBM Internet of Things (IoT) Foundation. In this part, you complete the end-to-end example by deploying a simple web page GUI for charting temperature and humidity data in nginx on IBM Bluemix, and see how to change the configuration of Node-RED to enable CORS.
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Tutorial 16 Sep 2014
Build a cloud-ready temperature sensor with the Arduino Uno and the IBM IoT Foundation, Part 3: Build a custom application with Node-RED
This is the third part of a four-part tutorial on building a temperature sensor with the Arduino Uno and the IBM Internet of Things (IoT) Foundation. In this part, you register an organization and your device for the IBM IoT Foundation. You then use Node-RED to build a simple application that takes temperature and humidity data coming in via MQTT from the Arduino circuit and sketch built in Part 2 and stores it in a Mongo database. You also build a Node-RED flow to implement a web service that queries the database.
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Tutorial 16 Sep 2014
Build a cloud-ready temperature sensor with the Arduino Uno and the IBM IoT Foundation, Part 2: Write the sketch and connect to the IBM IoT Foundation Quickstart
This tutorial (the second part of a four-part series) introduces MQTT (formerly Message Queueing Telemetry Transport), the protocol for the Internet of Things (IoT), and shows how you can implement MQTT on the Arduino. Learn about tools and techniques for testing and debugging problems with MQTT locally, and write an Arduino sketch that connects to the IBM Internet of Things Foundation Quickstart for graphing custom data.
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Tutorial 16 Sep 2014
Build an agile SaaS framework for Bluemix and SoftLayer with Node.js
This tutorial shares code and describes a customizable framework that ties the IBM Bluemix and IBM SoftLayer platforms together into an easily customizable SaaS application. Node.js and Socket.io are used for seamless, scalable messaging for an easy-to-use framework that can be launched and integrated quickly.
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Tutorial 12 Sep 2014
Leverage push capabilities in hybrid mobile apps with Cordova plugins for Bluemix
IBM Bluemix includes a robust set of SDKs to interact between mobile devices and cloud services. One of these SDKs is Push, allowing developers to register devices against the Push service, send push notifications, and receive push notifications. This tutorial describes the steps to get up and running with the new Apache Cordova plugins for IBM Bluemix in your existing or new hybrid mobile application.
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Tutorial 12 Sep 2014
Enhance an Android app with Google+ authentication
Build an Android application hosted on the IBM cloud and protected by Google+ Authentication. This multi-part series introduces you to new services and technologies and gradually builds with each tutorial. 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 Google+ Authentication into your own applications.
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Articles 11 Sep 2014
Build a Shiny application to analyze #Bluemix sentiment using the Bluemix R custom buildpack
Create a Shiny application that analyzes the popularity of entities on Twitter and performs a sentiment analysis of the tweets using R. Learn how to run R on IBM Bluemix using a custom buildpack. Customize your application to perform any kind of complex analysis on your data stored in the cloud.
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Articles 11 Sep 2014
Build Smart Virtual Appliances to quickly deploy Oracle workloads on IBM Power systems
IBM Smart Virtual Appliances (SVA) are software packages that include the operating system, middleware tools, and business solutions, along with the intelligence to self-install and self-configure. Using SVAs for Oracle, you can quickly and easily deploy database and application workloads in minutes instead of hours or days.
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Articles 11 Sep 2014
Make your application elastic on Bluemix
The Bluemix Auto-Scaling Add-On gives you the ability to dynamically adjust the capacity of an application in the target environment. With the add-on, you can scale out (or scale in) your applications based on the resource allocations (CPU usage and memory, for example) that are most commonly used.
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Articles 11 Sep 2014
Build a table-driven storage container application in the cloud
Use Node.js and a Cloudant database to issue create, read, update, and delete operations with the help of a jTable (jQuery-based table package) on IBM Bluemix, with special code to handle clipboard copy operations for masked table data.
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Tutorial 08 Sep 2014
Build a Hangman game with Java, Ajax, and Cloudant
Learn how to build an online Hangman game by using the Bluemix Liberty for Java runtime and Cloudant NoSQL database service.
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Tutorial 04 Sep 2014
Analyze game data from the Oculus Rift using Bluemix
An interactive user environment makes learning based on digital games attractive and efficient. And the data collected can help game developers improve the game's educational value. See how data collected from the Oculus Rift virtual reality device can be streamed to a Bluemix server for analysis. The BlueMix application stores all data from the Rift, such as the user's head movement, which can be analyzed to gain insight into the learning rate.
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Tutorial 04 Sep 2014
Use Jumpgate to manage your SoftLayer network configurations
Jumpgate, an OpenStack community project, is a library that acts as a translation layer to convert an incoming OpenStack call to a different cloud provider's API call. Supporting Neutron (network) is one of our focus items in the latest release.
Articles 04 Sep 2014
Using fog-softlayer for managing key pairs
Learn how to use fog-softlayer to create and assign SSH key pairs for use with your compute instances.
Articles 04 Sep 2014
Using fog-softlayer for managing global IP addresses
Learn how to use fog-softlayer to create and route global IP addresses.
Articles 04 Sep 2014
Getting started with user data and post provisioning scripts
The SoftLayer platform lets you add dynamic data and scripts when you place your order. Learn how to use these scripts.
Articles 04 Sep 2014
Use Jumpgate to manage your SoftLayer storage resources
Jumpgate is an OpenStack library that acts as an adapter to help cloud providers become OpenStack compliant. We added additional endpoints to support the creation, deletion, listing, attachment, detachment, and type listing of volumes within SoftLayer using the OpenStack Cinder and Nova commands.
Articles 04 Sep 2014
Build a simple word game app using Cloudant on Bluemix
IBM Bluemix is a new open platform for developing and deploying web and mobile applications. In this article, I'll walk you through the steps to create a simple Guess-the-Word game application using Bluemix and its cloud-based development environment: DevOps Services. You will start from scratch and end up with a simple game you can play in a web browser with server code running in the cloud.
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Articles 03 Sep 2014

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