Bluemix Blog Archive

Cloud security and IBM Bluemix – get started

I want to take a broader view and point you to some good introductory material on security for cloud-based workloads ("cloud security"). It consists of an overview of different cloud deployment models and their components, including using IBM Bluemix. Thereafter, it digs into each of those categories and takes a look at how to secure those components and the data.

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Bluemix mobile projects integrate backend apps, generate SDKs

App developers take note! As you may know, using the IBM® Bluemix® Mobile Dashboard you can associate cloud native services (like security, push notifications, and analytics) with your mobile app, and then generate a downloadable package which contains client code along with microservice SDKs. As a developer, this alone can save you a ton of time. But now, you can reduce development time further and radically simplify your mobile app code. All by adding custom backend apps to your Bluemix mobile project, and then automatically generating SDKs for them.

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Enrich your chat app with live weather data using PubNub BLOCKS and IBM Bluemix

Have you ever felt the need for decorating the chat messages with additional information that could be relevant for the people using your chat app? In this blog post, we show you how to achieve this with minimum fuss and zero infrastructure overhead.

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Write your own CLI Plugin for Bluemix Cloud Foundry

Having mastered the first step of using plugins to extend the Bluemix Cloud Foundry command line interface, I wanted to know more about the internals. What would it take to write my own plugin? Here's what I learned.

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Free dashDB and Cloudant workshop in London

If you’re going to be in London in March, you may want to check out a free workshop we’re running down at CodeNode in in the heart of the city.

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Three reasons to use non-IBM services on Bluemix

As an app developer you might say to yourself, "I see third party services in the Bluemix catalog. But I can call into those services directly from my app. Why should I bother connecting to them through Bluemix?"  In this post, I'll explain three key reasons: manageability, security, and portability.

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Bluemix Mobile Dashboard – UI Starter Migration

In this post, learn about the options available to migrate your UI projects to our partner provided buildup.io service.

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Serverless transformation of IoT data-in-motion with OpenWhisk

OpenWhisk is great for 'serverless' transformations of IoT events, where the custom logic is hosted on a fully managed and elastic cloud platform.

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IBM Cloud Product Insights takes over for Hybrid Connect

IBM is proud to announce IBM Cloud Product Insights, which replaces Hybrid Connect. Learn about the change in this post.

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