I just posted an entry on my personal blog titled "enabling New Relic in a Cloud Foundry node application", which walks through enabling a node.js application with the New Relic monitoring service. As this enablement is generic to Cloud Foundry, it will of course work with Bluemix, and I've enabled one of my Bluemix apps - node-stuff - to make use of it.
Authentication and authorization often form the starting set of security capabilities one adds to a web application. This sample code shows how your Node.js web application on IBM Bluemix can be augmented to use IBM single sign on service (Identity-as-a-Service / IDaaS).
I will be demonstrating how to set up a Websphere Liberty Profile (WLP) application server inside of a Docker container. The end result will be one command that runs a custom Docker image with WLP installed and a sample application deployed on it.
Earlier this week, several new features went live in the BlueMix UI. With IBM Impact 2014 rapidly approaching, you can expect to see more about these enhancements in the next few days. But, here’s a high-level overview: Simplified registration and login flow. If you haven’t tried BlueMix yet, now’s the perfect time to sign up for the free […]
On Thursday April 24th, the BlueMix team made some significant updates to the Mobile Cloud Services. We are confident that these changes will create a better development platform. If you were using these services prior to the update, you will need to take some action to modify your mobile application code and mobile cloud services. Any mobile backend application that you created before April 24th will not function without changes. Many older mobile backend applications are easily identifiable because their icon has changed to a "warning" icon,