IBM Globalization Pipeline for Bluemix is a Devops service. It enables application developers to globalize their content using cloud based machine translation, combined with professional translation review and editing. In this blog, we'll review how to integrate Globalization Pipeline into DevOps to rapidly translate application content without stepping outside Bluemix and having to manage tedious manual translation operations which disrupt Continuous Delivery.
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Do you have an existing Rational Team Concert server that you use for tracking and planning? You can now integrate this server in IBM Bluemix Continuous Delivery. This integration not only adds a card to your toolchain for quick access to your work items, it also adds tags to the work items that have been deployed. Such tags allow you to run powerful queries for tracking deployment of code changes as well as build useful dashboards.
With toolchains in IBM Bluemix Continuous Delivery, you can integrate your Jenkins server to deploy your applications to Bluemix, but also benefit from this integration to send job notifications to other tools, such as Slack or PagerDuty, as well as track code deployments through tags, labels, and comments in your Git repository. This post will show you how to set it up.
In this blog post we discuss how CoScale integrates with IBM Bluemix Container Service to provide full visibility of your containerized applications, as they run in production. In the sections below, we demonstrate how to set up a Kubernetes cluster in Bluemix and how to set up CoScale to monitor this cluster. As a result, with CoScale, you can proactively manage the performance of your applications hosted on IBM Bluemix Container Service.
The security of enterprise software has never been more important. As more and more enterprises move to container-based deployments in the public or hybrid cloud, there are increasing numbers of security professionals who must be confident that they are minimizing and controlling risk. In this post we’ll explore using Aqua Security to protect a containerized deployment on the IBM Bluemix Container Service from attacks in real time. As an example, we’ll run the sample Car Dashboard app for the Watson Conversation Service and take a look at it under Aqua.
Creating a Devops workflow from scratch can be a daunting task. Luckily creating a Devops solution is not too terribly difficult. This post will help guide you through all the new terms and functionality.
You've created an app and you know the benefits of delivering it through a DevOps approach. But there's a problem: you want to focus your energy on providing a great app, not on orchestrating a process. You need a set of tools that are integrated to speed development and automate testing and deployment. We've got you covered.