Compute Services

One microservice, three compute options: Cloud Foundry, container & OpenWhisk – the choice is yours

How do Cloud Foundry, Kubernetes, OpenWhisk differ and which one would you pick for your next project?

Compute Services

Serverless computing and Watson service chaining via OpenWhisk : Part 1 of 3 Resource Requirements

This 3-part series of posts helps you understand the in-depth features of Serverless Computing via OpenWhisk. OpenWhisk offers an easy way to chain services where an output of first action acts as an input to the second action and so on in a sequence. This post describes the resource requirements for performing this lab.

Introducing Git Repos and Issue Tracking

Git Repos and Issue Tracking is a new cloud-hosted Git repository capability that is included in IBM Bluemix Continuous Delivery. It supports social coding and provides a modern developer experience where you can effectively work in teams and produce better software faster.

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IBM, Google and Lyft Give Microservices a Ride on the Istio Service Mesh

Today, IBM and Google announced the launch of Istio, an open cloud service that provides a way for developers to seamlessly connect, manage and secure networks of different microservices—regardless of platform, source or vendor. Istio is the result of a joint collaboration between IBM, Google and Lyft as a means to support traffic flow management, access policy enforcement and the telemetry data aggregation between microservices. It does all this without requiring developers to make changes to application code by building on earlier work from

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How to configure iOS Push Notifications

Push Notifications available as part of the Bluemix Catalog allows you to send and manage both mobile and web push notifications. In this tutorial we will be focusing specifically on how to configure iOS Push Notifications.

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We’ve earned our IBM Bluemix Cloud Foundry 2017 PaaS Certification (and more)

For the IBM Bluemix cloud platform, 2016 was a great year—and IBM Bluemix Cloud Foundry was a big part of that success.

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Bluemix Cloud Foundry May 2017 Newsletter

2017 is continuing to be an exciting year for IBM's cloud platform Bluemix, and that includes the Cloud Foundry compute offering. Here are some of the recent and upcoming activities and exciting happenings in the world of Bluemix Cloud Foundry.

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Retirement of IBM Active Deploy Beta Service

We are excited that IBM Bluemix Container Service is going to be based on Kubernetes. With the move toward Kubernetes, the Active Deploy service (Beta) will be retired. We encourage you to use the rolling deployments feature native to Kubernetes, or use Cloud Foundry native capabilities or open source solutions for Cloud Foundry application deployments.

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Kubernetes now live on IBM Bluemix Container Service

Today IBM has announced the general availability of Kubernetes support in the IBM Bluemix Container Service. The IBM Bluemix Container Service, now combines Docker and Kubernetes to deliver powerful tools, an intuitive user experience, and built-in security and isolation to enable rapid delivery of applications all while leveraging Cloud Services including cognitive capabilities from Watson.

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How to strengthen your development team with IBM DevOps Insights

Complex systems require developers to work together and problem-solve together. To achieve this goal, developers must be able to easily read, understand, edit, or rewrite each others code. Using IBM DevOps Insights, I’ll show you how social coding interactions affect your development team dynamic and how your team do more faster by adapting your development processes based on these insights.

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New Global Bluemix UI for Higher Availability and More

We're pleased to announce that starting immediately all public regions of the Bluemix platform can be managed from a single location via the new global Bluemix UI found at console.bluemix.net. You will get several benefits from the new approach.

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