Included in the latest updates: two new upgrade options available for MongoDB and Elasticsearch users on the IBM Cloud. The release of MongoDB 3.4.10 and Elasticsearch 6.2.2 from IBM Compose are major version upgrades with many new features. There are also new backup restoration options which make upgrading easier along with new log file API endpoints.
Whether your APIs are organically developed, or they are exposed endpoints to existing back-end services, a DevOps platform gives you the ability to streamline and to automate the process of developing, building, testing, and deploying APIs onto the API runtime cloud platform. In this webinar, IBM distinguished engineers Paul Bahrs and Tien Nguyen will discuss how to achieve faster, more efficient API governance model for automated deployment using DevOps.
You can now use the Compose API to manage your IBM Cloud Compose databases. The new API is a carefully crafted selection of REST endpoints from the original Compose API. These endpoints are skillfully blended with IBM Cloud's concepts of service instances to bring the power of Compose's API to your database deployments.
Today, we're proud to announce the launch and immediate availability of the brand new Db2 Warehouse on Cloud Web console and REST APIs! We want to make your interaction with our world-class cloud data warehouse offering as seamless as possible, so we set out to completely redesign these two integral parts of our user experience.
Kitewalk is a cloud-based geo-intelligent communication platform which allows sources to get in immediate contact and interact with targets of their interest around their physical locations. Sources are typically users or devices. Targets are generally referred to as geo-content, dynamic content or simply content, and they can be of any nature: other users, IoT devices, houses on sale, events, jobs, projects, you name it (anything which has a physical location and a lifetime is eligible for being dynamic content)!
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.
Cloudant engineers announce updates to the replication feature and provide a recommendation on the best way to leverage the HTTPS API.
In this blog I’ll show how you can EASILY set up an environment where the UI and backend applications run as separate applications in your development environment but runs as a single application when deployed to cloud environment like CloudFoundry on Bluemix.
We just introduced The Bluemix Developer Console. Extending the current Bluemix Mobile Dashboard, this new experience goes beyond mobile and introduces new tools for quickly creating Cloud Native applications across web, mobile and backend. They aim to greatly cut down on development time by generating application starters with all the necessary boilerplate, build and configuration code, so that developers can start coding business logic faster.