IBM Cloud Object Storage (COS) is giving you more control over who can access your data. We have introduced a new capability allowing you to configure your buckets with trusted IP address(es) that will dictate access to the data in COS.
Starting this month, we are bundling IBM Continuous Delivery and IBM DevOps Insights to make the build, test, deploy, and learn experience on IBM Cloud even better.
IBM Cloud Functions now allows you to create triggers based on Cloud Object Storage bucket changes. With the new package, you can create triggers and rules to fire actions when bucket objects are created, modified, or deleted.
We are excited to announce that you can now log into IBM Cloud with a service ID in v0.15.0 of the IBM Cloud CLI. This enables users to manage IBM Cloud resources with a service ID created within an account through the command line interface.
We are pleased to announce the latest version of IBM Cloud Developer Tools CLI Version 2.1.17.
As announced at IBM Think 2019, the Caveonix RiskForesight™ solution is now generally available on IBM Cloud for VMware Solutions (IC4V).
IBM Cloud Service Endpoint allows customers to connect to IBM Cloud services through the internal IBM Cloud network. Moving these workloads from IBM’s public cloud network offers considerable advantages to the client.
The IBM Hybrid Data Management Platform is expanding capabilities with both the Flex and Hybrid Flex plans. These two types of warehousing solutions will help you optimize your hybrid cloud architectures in terms of both performance and cost-savings