Today, we're announcing the global availability of the custom domains feature for IBM Cloud's lightweight API management service. In the process of rolling this out worldwide, we've taken usage data and customer feedback into account to make the feature even better.
IBM Cloud is now a part of Cloud Connect, Interxion’s interconnection, data center platform. Moreover, Interxion one of the newest members of the IBM Cloud Direct Link Service Provider Program. Learn how IBM and Interxion work together to improve your network connectivity in cloud.
The IBM Cloud for VMware Solutions team was hard at work in the desert for VMworld US 2018. From data centers to cloud, this conference is focused around accelerating the journey to a software-defined business.
IBM Cloud SQL Query lets you use standard SQL and Apache Spark SQL functions to query your structured and semi-structured data stored in Cloud Object Storage (COS). It’s a serverless solution that makes it easy to analyze lots of data in COS by pointing to the COS bucket that stores your data.
We're excited to release our Beta version of the IBM Cloud Foundry Enterprise Environment. This offering allows users to create and manage isolated Cloud Foundry environments for hosting applications exclusively for their organizations.
If you were using Certificate Manager in Beta, we have good news—you can continue to use your existing instances as is. There is no required migration, and you can continue to use Certificate Manager for free. For new users, you can go ahead and create a new instance and use for free also.
This new release of IBM Cloud Developer Tools CLI includes a number of usability improvements and features, such as the ability to add your previously created app to an IBM Cloud Toolchain with the edit command.
We're going to show you how to use the IBM Cloud Push Notification Service with a progressive web app to push notifications to both web and mobile browsers.
In this third part of a four-part series on Operationalizing SQL Query, we'll bring together the microservices we deployed in Part 1 to query data in IBM Cloud Object Storage (COS) using the techniques we developed in Part 2 using IBM SQL Query with the goal of connecting our application's data to Business Intelligence (BI) tools.