With consumer behaviour changing, companies need to adapt fast. We see this need in all sectors, including banking. See how banks can benefit from using IBM Cloud to stay compliant in a number of ways.
Founded on the principle that the cloud offers a unique opportunity to do security right, IBM Cloud now offers an industry-first data-in-use protection solution for cloud-native applications. These new capabilities are poised to allow a new set of data-centric applications to move to the cloud, enabling enterprises to adopt cloud with confidence.
IBM Cloud is excited to announce more flexibility and control for account management services like billing, user management, and global catalog. This update means that key account management functions can now be granted to other users in your account with IBM Cloud Identity and Access Management policies.
With the new capabilities in IBM Cloud App ID, you can now leverage any custom identity provider or sign-in method and authenticate apps in addition to users.
We are excited to announce the availability of Kubernetes v1.12.2 for your clusters that are running in IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service. With the Kubernetes service, you can easily upgrade your clusters without the need for deep Kubernetes knowledge.
Announcing IBM Cloud Data Shield Experimental – Scalable Data-in-Use Protection for Your Container Workloads
Data Shield, powered by Fortanix, provides data-in-use protection for your container workloads running on the IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service. It leverages Intel® SGX technology to run code and data in CPU-hardened “enclaves” or a Trusted Execution Environment (TEE).
We are excited to announce Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX) bare metal worker nodes for IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service to help address data protection concerns with containers and microservices.