announcements

Context Mapping, Driver Behavior and Automotive Experimental withdrawing support for TLS 1.0 and 1.1

As part of our commitment to security, IBM Watson IoT Context Mapping, IBM Watson IoT Driver Behavior and IBM Watson IoT for Automotive Experimental Bluemix will be withdrawing support for TLS 1.0. and TLS 1.1 This helps us align with industry best practices for security and data integrity. IBM Watson IoT Context Mapping, IBM Watson IoT Driver Behavior and IBM Watson IoT for Automotive Experimental Bluemix will continue to support TLS 1.2.

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IBM App Connect: Anyone can integrate!

IBM App Connect provides a business-user friendly, web-based tool to connect applications together to automate tedious and time-consuming tasks. It helps users to automate workflows and integrate data, apps and APIs across hybrid cloud environments. The user experience is designed to support a range of roles and needs; from simple, trigger-action flows across cloud apps to multi-step flows requiring sophisticated data transformation and mapping.

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IBM Announces Kubernetes-based IBM Cloud private platform

We're excited to announce the release of IBM Cloud private, a new way to deliver and run your elastic workloads in your own trusted data centers.

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Watson Developer Cloud: Disabling 3DES Cipher Suites

The support for 3DES cipher suites in TLS connections made to Watson Developer Cloud services is being disabled on July 24, 2017 to eliminate a vulnerability.

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Introducing the IBM Developer Extension for Visual Studio Code

We're delighted to introduce to you the IBM Developer Extension for Visual Studio code. This extension provides access to capabilities from the IBM developer CLI directly within the Visual Studio Code editor's command palette. It enables you to quickly access a subset of bx dev commands for both Docker and CloudFoundry workflows, including app deployment, starting/stoping/restarting apps on Bluemix, viewing remote app logs, and more - all without the need to leave the editor's context.

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New Regional Services for IBM Cloud Object Storage

IBM is pleased to announce the immediate availability of our new low cost and low latency Regional Service for IBM Cloud Object Storage, located in the US-South (Dallas) Regional area, open for all customers to use worldwide. With our new Regional resiliency service, customers now have the choice to store and access their data within a single region composed of multiple IBM Cloud data centers for business continuity and high availability with low cost and low latency.

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New Global Bluemix UI for Higher Availability and More

We're pleased to announce that starting immediately all public regions of the Bluemix platform can be managed from a single location via the new global Bluemix UI found at console.bluemix.net. You will get several benefits from the new approach.

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Streaming Analytics updates: DSX integration and easier Python development

The Streaming Analytics service on Bluemix has been upgraded to make it easier to develop Streams apps in Python, and to enable access to the service from noteoboks in the Data Science Experience (DSx).

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New Bluemix Status Page

The Bluemix System Status page at console.ng.bluemix.net/status has been updated. The new page is part of an on-going effort to improve the experience of users consulting the status of the Bluemix system and services they use, as well as the reliability, timeliness, and diagnostic value of the information provided.

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