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.
Starting today in Bluemix you can now choose IBM Cloud Object Storage classes based on the degree of your data access requirements – either for frequently accessed data (Standard), occasionally accessed data (Vault), or long-term data retention (Cold Vault).
The Bluemix Cloud Storage team is pleased to announce more options and enhancements for Block & File Storage customers, like doubling your storage without doubling your costs thanks to more size options at the TB level.
IBM Bluemix and Rescale are opening the door to HPC in the Cloud with automated cluster configuration, a broad portfolio of pre-tuned and optimized software applications and cloud management features.
Bluemix infrastructure now offers customers the opportunity to move, manage, and run their SAP HANA and NetWeaver applications on Bluemix bare metal servers.
The Corporate Service Corps is one way IBMers can have a positive impact on the world