IBM Watson and Cloud Platform Announce a New Interface for Clients Using the IBM Client Success Portal
Beginning November 2, 2017, you can open customer support tickets, or “cases,” through the new IBM Cloud Service Portal, which is located at: https://ibm.biz/ibmcloudsupport. After November 2, 2017, IBM Cloud support will direct you to this new location to open tickets should you use the IBM Client Success Portal.
Starting today, IBM Cloud Activity Tracker is generally available with new service plans in the US South region. IBM Cloud Activity Tracker allows you to view, manage, and audit cloud activity events in the IBM Cloud. The service can be found under the Security and DevOps sections of the Bluemix catalog.
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.
This blog addresses some common misconceptions about the security of workloads in IBM Bluemix’s dedicated private cloud infrastructure and clears up the myths surrounding VMware security in the cloud.
Life after an expiring Bluemix account – the difference between trial, pay-per-use, and subscription
You are busy coding that next innovative, revolutionary application that is going to change life as we know it and you realize that your Bluemix account is about to expire. Oh no! Say it isn't so! What do you do now? What are the different types of Bluemix accounts and how do they fit together? What happens when your Bluemix paid subscription or Global Entrepreneur Program participation expires? Can you still retrieve your data? Can I submit a credit card? These questions are among the most frequently asked Bluemix questions.