A few months ago, we reimagined data warehousing in the IBM Cloud with Flex Performance, the flagship tier of our new Flex line of offerings. Flex brings new levels of elasticity, speed, and resiliency to data warehousing on the IBM Cloud, and forms the foundation for our strategy moving forward. We're working continuously to not only strengthen and enhance its capabilities, but to also make them more accessible to you so you can better leverage them and get the most out of your data warehouse. Today, we're proud to announce a significant update to our Flex family.
New features and fixes in version 1.2.0 of the IBM Cloud Developer Tools CLI.
The IBM Cloud Monitoring and Analytics service will be retired on February 20, 2018. It is replaced by IBM Cloud Availability Monitoring.
Having the ability to protect applications and supporting data in a public cloud environment is a critical component of all organizations security governance protocols. On December 15, 2017 IBM added a new security service to the London Region to help you build data-at-rest security into the IBM Cloud. IBM Key Protect is now available on […]
Writing microservices in containers and deploying them to a Kubernetes cluster running on IBM Cloud is a great way to create greenfield applications. Frequently you'll also have mountains of useful data hosted by on-premises systems. What if you can’t migrate this data to the cloud due to compliance reasons, but you still want to allow your new microservice application to leverage it?
IBM Cloud Experimental Plan and IBM Marketplace Free Plan users have until Feb 1, 2018 to switch to the new service on IBM Cloud. Paid users have until June 29, 2018.
New features and fixes in version 1.1.0 of the IBM Cloud Developer Tools CLI.