Last year we announced our new partnership with IBM to bring our IoT Platform capabilities to Bluemix, the IBM Cloud development platform. Our goal was to make it easy to launch IoT apps quickly, reliably, and at scale. This blog post shows you how to get started with AT&T’s Flow Designer Service on the IBM Bluemix platform.
Flow Deisgner is an intuitive visual tool that enables you, the IoT developer, to create your prototype, iterate and improve through multiple versions, then deploy your application. AT&T Flow Designer offers nodes that are pre-configured to allow easy access to multiple data sources, cloud services, device profiles, and communication methods. The integrations are already done for you, so you only have to focus on wiring the building blocks together to create your IoT application.
Using the Flow Designer service in IBM Bluemix
You can use Flow Designer directly from the Bluemix console. You will need a Bluemix account. If you don’t have one, you can register now for a free 30-day trial.
This post is an excerpt from our solution tutorial that walks you through the process of building a predictive machine learning model, deploying it as an API to be used in applications, testing the model and retraining the model with feedback data. All of this happening in an integrated and unified self-service experience on IBM Cloud.
I’m one of the IBM Cloud App Service architects and have been involved in leading the team in the engineering and delivery of this tool for accelerating development of cloud native apps. After giving an overview of app architecture and stating the game plan, I’ll take you through video demos of creating two microservices and an iOS […]