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Announcing the General Availability of IBM Cloud Databases for MySQL

2 min read - Production-ready MySQL that is available in minutes. We are excited to announce that IBM Cloud® Databases for MySQL has been added to the IBM Cloud Databases family. Customers can now provision production-ready MySQL servers on the IBM Cloud platform. This managed MySQL offering helps your team focus on application and business development by handling time-consuming database administration tasks, such as high availability, automated backups, vulnerability patching and much more. In addition, customers can easily access powerful IBM Cloud integrations like IBM…

Our Cloud Native Journey to Red Hat OpenShift Using Quarkus

4 min read - Deploy lightweight, simple and fast Java microservices to Red Hat OpenShift. Once you have a hypothesis and some spare time, what do you do? You perform an experiment! That is exactly what our Go To Markets - Assets and Architecture team did. Throughout this blog series, you'll learn about how our team implemented the StoreFront application using the latest and greatest capabilities from Quarkus and deployed it on Red Hat OpenShift. With the StoreFront application, we have created a microservices-based…

The Best of Both Worlds

< 1 min read - Security and agility come together for the University of Mainz Medical Center. Case study: “The best of both worlds” Privacy is an essential component of healthcare. Often, healthcare providers must sacrifice speed or accessibility in favor of keeping patients’ information confidential. But when Germany’s University of Mainz Medical Center faced heightened urgency because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the organization found a way to maximize both speed and privacy: an IBM hybrid cloud environment featuring IBM Cloud Satellite™ technology. "We have…

IBM Cloud Databases for Redis 4.0 End of Life in May 2022

< 1 min read - After May 27, 2022, all IBM Cloud Databases for Redis instances on version 4.0 that are still active will be upgraded in-place to the next major version, Redis 5.0. This will be done according to our Database Versioning Policy. Users are expected to either be on Redis version 5.0 or 6.0 after the EOL date.  Customers can upgrade their database instances using the following documentation.  Any questions or concerns, feel free to reach out to IBM Cloud Databases support.

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