We are deprecating the Application Management feature, and it will eventually be removed. With the removal of Application Management, your Node.js droplet will be smaller so your push times to the cloud could become shorter.
IBM Watson services will automatically change all accounts to support Virtual Routing and Forwarding (VRF), making it easier to connect to private endpoints. The upgrade will occur Saturday, November 10th from 5:30 PM US Eastern to 6:00 PM US Eastern in order to minimize impact to you and your customers’ workloads.
The IBM Watson Group is aligning with the larger IBM Cloud strategy for account organization and access control to service instances. This involves enabling Identity and Access Management (IAM) and Resource Groups in US-South (Dallas) and EU-DE (Frankfurt) data centers.
IBM Cloud Developer Tools CLI version 2.1.4 adds deployment support for IBM Cloud Private 220.127.116.11. This version of IBM Cloud Private uses a more secure Helm for Kubernetes deployments and simplifies the cluster configuration for the client compared to prior IBM Cloud Private releases.
Starting with our next release, the IBM Node.js buildpack on IBM Cloud and IBM Cloud Private will provide the community edition binaries as a default.
WordPress is one of the most popular content management systems available, but the many websites and blogs that use it experience issues with speed. At IBM Cloud, there are several solutions that can help alleviate some of these issues and allow you to have a better and faster WordPress experience.
This release is to comply with a mandatory security and reliability update of the backend services that the IBM Cloud Developer Tools CLI uses for creating and managing applications. You will need to update to version 1.3.3 by May 16, 2018 in order to continue to access services on the IBM Cloud.