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IBM Cloud at Think 2018

Cloud and data. Quantum and blockchain. Infrastructure and AI. Security and the services that can bring it all together. Think 2018 is the first of its kind IBM conference where all of IBM’s essential technologies will be featured in one place. Join us in Las Vegas March 19-22.

Webinar: Monitoring and Logging Kubernetes Clusters

Watch a demo on how to leverage Sematext and IBM Cloud Container Service for faster, more efficient DevOps. Sematext offers the platform that eliminates the chasm between performance monitoring and logs while IBM Cloud Container Service builds on Kubernetes for advanced capabilities. This enables DevOps and modernizing traditional apps, as well as simplifying security, scale and infrastructure management. This demo will take you through the whole process […]

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Are you bringing your own encryption keys?

As application development teams adopt a cloud native model, they use container platforms  to deploy apps as independent but interoperable microservices. Being portable, easily duplicated and scaled, containers promote DevOps efficiencies that free developers to focus more on creating value for end users. Almost 85% of professionals in an Intel Security survey reported storing some or all of […]

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Database-driven Slack chatbot with Conversation service

Ever wanted to build a Slackbot, a chatbot integrated into Slack, on your own? I am going to show you how easy it is to integrate Slack or Facebook Messenger with the IBM Watson Conversation service. As a bonus, the bot is going to access a Db2 database to store and retrieve data. The code in the tutorial uses a serverless fashion with IBM Cloud Functions.

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Streaming Analytics adds beta plans to introduce new features

The Streaming Analytics service in the IBM Cloud is an advanced analytic platform allowing user-developed applications to quickly ingest, analyze, and correlate information as it arrives from a wide variety of real-time data sources. Today, an enhanced version of the service has been released as a beta, to introduce some exciting new features.

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New Node.js 8 runtime for IBM Cloud Functions

Introducing a new runtime for JavaScript IBM Cloud Functions based on Node.js version 8. Now you can take advantage of the new features that are offered by the recently released Node.js version 8 on Long Term Support

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MQ on IBM Cloud – we’ve hit beta

We recently announced the release of the MQ on IBM Cloud experimental service, and following feedback from our early users, we have promoted it to the MQ on IBM Cloud beta service.

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How to scale security while innovating applications fast

CISOs are notoriously risk-averse and compliance-focused, providing policies for IT and App Dev to enforce. On the contrary, serving business outcomes, App Dev leaders want to eliminate DevOps friction wherever possible. What approach to security satisfies those conflicting demands? Establishing a chain of trust A hardware-rooted chain of trust verifies the integrity of every relevant component in the cloud […]

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Feature Retirement – IBM Cloudant’s Warehousing feature

IBM Cloudant is removing the Warehousing feature, which allows Cloudant data to be analyzed in Db2 Warehouse for Cloud. This will happen in stages, as follows:

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The importance of fun in the workplace

One of the key elements of the Cloud Garage Method is Culture. That single word encompasses a whole range of practices about how we manage our projects, and how we interact with our stakeholders and each other. One of my favorite parts of the Cloud Garage culture is the fact that it includes a fun work environment.

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