The IBM Bluemix Container Service combines Docker and Kubernetes to deliver powerful tools, an intuitive user experiences, and built-in security and isolation to enable rapid delivery of applications all while leveraging Cloud Services including cognitive capabilities from Watson. The service launched initially in US South (Dallas) and EU Central (Frankfurt). As the IBM Cloud continues to expand our datacenter scope, the container service is expanding as well. The container service is now available in the Sydney and London regions.
Almost a year ago, when we first announced and released IBM Globalization Pipeline on Bluemix, we were looking to solve a simple problem facing Bluemix development teams wanting to expand into global markets -- how can Cloud dev teams translate their applications into different languages without impeding continuous delivery and disrupting DevOps? In answer, we delivered Globalization Pipeline -- a Bluemix service that enables developers to integrate translation processes into their build and deploy infrastructure and translate their apps using machine translation. Think integration with IBM DevOps services, UrbanCode Deploy, Continuous Delivery, Maven, VS Code, and Atom, think Watson Language Translator, think client SDKs for dynamic app translation updates.
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We are excited that the IBM Bluemix Container Service with Kubernetes has now gone live. IBM Bluemix Container Service now combines Docker and Kubernetes to deliver powerful tools, an intuitive user experience, and built-in security and isolation. The service leverages cloud services and Watson’s cognitive capabilities to enable rapid delivery of applications. It provides access to all of the DevOps capabilities of Kubernetes including rolling updates to support zero-downtime deployments of new versions.
We are excited that the IBM Bluemix Container Service with Kubernetes is now gone live. IBM Bluemix Container Service now combines Docker and Kubernetes to deliver powerful tools, an intuitive user experience, and built-in security and isolation. The service leverages cloud services and Watson’s cognitive capabilities to enable rapid delivery of applications. It provides access to all of the DevOps capabilities of Kubernetes including rolling updates to support zero-downtime deployments of new versions.
Starting today, IBM Cloud Monitoring is available in the Bluemix catalog. You can find the service in the DevOps section. IBM Cloud Monitoring provides monitoring to the Bluemix platform and it automatically collects metric data from select Bluemix services. The service is available now in US-South (Dallas) and will roll out to EU-GB (London) and EU-Central (Frankfurt) soon there-after.
In this blog post, we present to you a model system for managing sports score streaming using the components of the IBM Bluemix platform, including PubNub. This system can serve live score updates in real-time to millions of users simultaneously. And, in case you want to indulge in betting, then it can do more to help swing the odds in your favor.
In the IBM Bluemix Garage, many things change day to day: the companies that come into our Garage locations, the innovative ideas that we are working on, developing, and testing, and so much more that goes on behind the scenes. As Savannah, one of our veteran developers in our San Francisco Garage once wrote, “To stay relevant, businesses,” including ours, “must learn how to keep up with the rapid growth of technology.” The Garages started with building apps on Bluemix, and since the beginning we have been expanding our scope, skills, and pulling in expertise from across IBM. We have expanded to focus on IoT, cognitive, and APIs. Our most well-known expansion is our extensive work on blockchain. Today I am pleased to announce that we are expanding and formalizing our focus on data science insights and analytics.
Bluemix Continuous Delivery toolchains now offer native support for deploying apps to a Kubernetes cluster available on IBM Bluemix Container Service.