The IBM Cloudant team wants to share some very important updates that will bring enhanced security to the service. These updates will change the way you engage with Cloudant, so please review to ensure that your applications can take advantage and continue uninterrupted.
Today, we are unveiling the first look at the next generation architecture of the cloud-based IBM Blockchain Platform with a free 2.0 beta. This is another milestone towards IBM’s vision of a fully-flexible blockchain platform that can truly run anywhere.
IBM MQ is now available in Sydney, Australia. Additionally, you can enjoy MQ 9.1.1 in the managed service by upgrading your queue managers manually or waiting until the automatic upgrade on February 6, 2019.
There have been two security Kubernetes security disclosures on Friday, January 4, 2019. Here are the details of these disclosures and how to mitigate them while using the IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service.
In February 2018, we announced the deprecation of Developer, Developer Pro, and Professional Per Capacity pricing plans for Mobile Foundation Service. If you are still on a deprecated plan, immediate action is required to migrate to one of the new plans.
Today, we are taking a major step forward in helping enterprises automate and operationalize AI with the launch of the Standard Plan for AI OpenScale on IBM Cloud, along with other updates to the offering. In addition, AI OpenScale is now also available for deployment on cloud or on-premises with IBM Cloud Private for Data.
Watson Compare & Comply has gone GA! Extract data from governing documents and other complex unstructured documents to power business processes with Watson.
Vulnerability Advisor is a component of the IBM Cloud Container Registry offering which scans Docker images that are stored in your registry for known vulnerabilities and configuration issues. Effective January 8, 2019, v2 of Vulnerability Advisor’s API will be deprecated and will no longer be usable.