While serverless abstracts away the infrastructure your code is running on, it's still important to have control over the specific set of regions your is code in. We're very excited to announce that IBM Cloud Functions is now available in our Washington DC/US-East region.
IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service is already supported in Tokyo in our AP-North region, and we are very excited to announce the general availability of multizone clusters in Tokyo.
Explore relevant costs, performance, and availability issues for a Total Cost of Ownership comparison of virtual machine and serverless functions.
KONE, a global leader in the elevator and escalator industry, is investing in IBM's Cloud and Internet of Things technologies to power a data-analytics and predictive-maintenance solution for city infrastructure.
We're excited to release our Beta version of the IBM Cloud Foundry Enterprise Environment. This offering allows users to create and manage isolated Cloud Foundry environments for hosting applications exclusively for their organizations.
This new release of IBM Cloud Developer Tools CLI includes a number of usability improvements and features, such as the ability to add your previously created app to an IBM Cloud Toolchain with the edit command.
We're excited to introduce you to the Jenkins X open source project and show you how to install and get it running on the IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service.
This year, you can take Labor Day off, confident that IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service will be there for you. We'll manage the underlying Kubernetes service while you enjoy a much-needed a day off.