You can now setup Mobile Foundation Service with Mobile Analytics Service on Bluemix
This week IBM introduced a new solution that will revolutionize microservices – Microservice Builder. This turnkey solution provides your business with an end-to-end user experience to develop and deliver microservices, hybrid and Docker containerized apps. To help you better understand the new solution and how it can help your company simplify its software delivery pipeline, […]
In 2017—the fiftieth anniversary of Star Trek—the dream of standing on the bridge of the USS Enterprise is one step closer to becoming reality, all thanks to IBM Watson! I sat down with Michael Ludden to talk all about how Watson is powering Ubisoft's incredible virtual reality game: Star Trek Bridge Crew.
IBM Globalization Pipeline for Bluemix is a Devops service. It enables application developers to globalize their content using cloud based machine translation, combined with professional translation review and editing. In this blog, we'll review how to integrate Globalization Pipeline into DevOps to rapidly translate application content without stepping outside Bluemix and having to manage tedious manual translation operations which disrupt Continuous Delivery.
If you have been using a SonarQube server for your code quality/code coverage, you can now use it from within your toolchain in Bluemix Continuous Delivery. The SonarQube integration includes direct support for Gradle and Maven, but can also be used with Ant. This post explains how.
IBM Watson Machine Learning is a managed-service that helps data scientists and developers work together to integrate predictive analytics into their applications. Through integration with IBM SPSS Modeler and IBM Data Science Experience, data scientists can train and build models while developers can deploy those models to generate predictions for machine learning powered applications.
We released updates to our current block and file storage architecture—featuring quick and easy volume duplication (cloning) from existing volumes.
With many traditional workloads moving to cloud-based infrastructures, now is the perfect time to assess your existing Java-based workloads and migrate them to WebSphere Application Server on IBM Bluemix. More commonly known as “WAS on Cloud”, this service provides a fully-configured, turn-key WebSphere-based application environment, supporting both Traditional WAS and Liberty applications. You use your same tried & true wsadmin automation scripts, same CI/CD techniques, but just point them at Bluemix instead of your own infrastructure! This post summarizes the steps from WAS to the cloud.