Today Cloud Foundry is introducing what will be the world’s largest cloud native developer certification initiative. The “Cloud Foundry Certified Developer” program will be delivered in partnership with the Linux Foundation. General Availability of the program will be announced at Cloud Foundry Summit Silicon Valley in June 2017. Key highlights from the press release: The […]
The world’s most sophisticated, trusted financial models have landed on Bluemix! For decades IBM Algorithmics has helped some of the world's largest financial institutions to manage their risk. Now we’re bringing that same capability to the cloud through a new set of Bluemix services.
The Investment Portfolio service maintains a record of your investment holdings through time, in an easily accessible state right on IBM Bluemix. The service provides persistent storage of all your portfolios and their associated transactions using flexible object definitions so you can store more information without worrying about format.
The Auto-scaling for Containers feature (Beta) will be retired on June 30, 2017. The functionality will be replaced by the Kubernetes support in IBM Bluemix Container Service.
As of version 1.6's release, IBM Cloud Tools for Swift (ICT) supports Java and Node.js runtime deployments in addition to Swift. With ICT's next release of version 1.7, we are making it more apparent by renaming ICT to IBM Cloud Application Tools (ICAT).
What does a company like Unigma, a managed infrastructure services provider, do if they want to provide a new multi-tenant cloud management platform to their customers, while unifying and simplifying infrastructure management?
Recently IBM has released a Beta 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.
"Hallo Deutschland" or "Hello Germany" is an app I recently deployed. I didn't want to push a simple "hello world". The reason is that Bluemix Public is now available in Frankfurt, Germany!
When we deploy APIs and products as part of a DevOps process, we often want to be able to configure multiple APIs and products at once.