We are excited to announce that the IBM Cloud Catalog has recently undergone a bit of a makeover. With simplified categories, featured services, and an improved UX design, users can discover IBM Cloud offerings without the need to understand IBM-specific terminology or branding.
In the second in a series of posts about how IBM iX designed, developed, and delivered the Facebook Messenger Bot available at Wimbledon 2018, we focus on the broadcast integration within Facebook and how we persisted user preferences using IBM Cloudant and Compose Redis.
The Db2 on Cloud team is excited to announce Disaster Recovery (DR) capabilities for Db2 on Cloud. It leverages Db2's HADR technology and lets users add a DR Node on demand in an offsite data center of their choice. In an unlikely event where the primary data server is affected by external circumstances, such as a natural disaster, users can failover to their Geo-Replicated Disaster Recovery Node with a few clicks.
Are you currently running VMware vSphere 5.5? Whether your workloads are on-premises or in a cloud environment, the time to upgrade to vSphere 6.5 is fast approaching.
As of August 6, 2018 the Runbook Automation Experimental service tile will be removed from the IBM Cloud Experimental catalog. New users will no longer be able to provision the service, but the existing customers' instance will be active until September 7, 2018.