March 17, 2017 By jason-mcalpin < 1 min read

IBM Business Rules service is now available on IBM Bluemix Dedicated

With Bluemix Dedicated you can have a secure, private cloud environment with physically isolated hardware in an IBM datacenter. It gives you the ability to control the actual location of your cloud environment and offers you a totally isolated network. The cloud simply becomes an extension of your own data center. Business Rules on Bluemix Dedicated offers you a great opportunity to securely run your business decisions in a strictly controlled, managed environment. This is in addition to the shared public Bluemix offering that we announced last year.

Starting 17th of March, 2017 you can choose the optimal path to your cloud journey for your business – either on a shared public environment or in a dedicated private environment.

New to Business Rules service? Here’s what you should know.

The IBM Business Rules service enables developers to easily maintain business logic separate from application logic. This means that there will not be any hardcoding of business logic in your applications and you will spend less time recoding and testing once the business policy changes.

We made a few enhancements to the offering:

  • With a Rule Designer that is easier to use

  • With a high performance decision engine and Java 8 compatibility

  • With increased flexibility to design and deploy decision service content

  • And rule projects that are compatible with IBM Operational Decision Manager on premises and on cloud.

How can you get started?

Read this documentation to install, migrate and create new rules projects.

Need help?

For additional assistance submit your question on Stack Overflow using the #ibm-bluemix and #business-rules tags.

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