best-of-bluemix

Run new and existing .NET applications on Bluemix with Apprenda

Unless you are a start-up, you have existing applications. While sometimes you build net new apps, other times you may lift and shift an application to the cloud or simply leave it where it is and leverage services from the cloud, like Watson. Bluemix provides a suite of services and tools to help you from various entry points

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Announcing the DevOps Insights beta

The IBM® Cloud DevOps Insights service is now available as an open beta offering.

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Best of Bluemix: Clojure, NodeBB, HA/DR, and ballpark rain delays

This post regularly showcases some of the best new Bluemix tutorials, videos, and other content published each week on developerWorks. Today's features how to create a Twitter word cloud with Bluemix, how to host NodeBB forum software, the architecture behind high availability and disaster recovery (DR). It ends with an app that provide weather datas about Major League Baseball parks.

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Best of Bluemix: blockchain, mobile security, stray dogs, and smart toothbrushes

This post regularly showcases some of the best new Bluemix tutorials, videos, and other content published each week on developerWorks. Today's features blockchain basics, how to create a secure, cross-platform mobile app, why you’d want to migrate your applications to microservices, and the story of Grush using IBM Bluemix to improve kids' brushing habits.

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Best of Bluemix: WebSockets and Docker as CLI app, REST services, Twitter Analytics

This post regularly showcases some of the best new Bluemix tutorials, videos, and other content published each week on developerWorks. Today's features using Docker and WebSockets to turn a CLI app into a cloud-enabled service, an example of a compelling, state-of-the-art web app and REST service, and two courses describing the Simple Search app and Spark Streaming with Twitter and Watson on Bluemix.

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Best of Bluemix: Docker containers & Golang, weather tracking, and hacker security

This post regularly showcases some of the best new Bluemix tutorials, videos, and other content published each week on developerWorks. In this installment, I highlight tutorials that explain how to containerize golang apps with Docker and Bluemix, integrate weather information into your mobile or web application, and detect attacks against Node.js applications.

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Best of Bluemix: Moving the cloud for Java developers

This post showcases some of the best new Bluemix tutorials, videos, courses, and other content published each week on developerWorks. Today I want to tell you about some great new resources to help Java developers on enterprise application servers make the move to the cloud.

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Best of Bluemix: Build life-saving apps, enhance Minecraft with Watson, and migrate LAMP apps

This post regularly showcases some of the best new Bluemix tutorials, videos, and other content published each week on developerWorks. We’ve published scads of helpful (and fun!) Bluemix content since I last posted. IBM Distinguished Engineer Kyle Brown discusses Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs and applies the concepts to the needs of people affected by natural disaster; a tutorial on how to use Docker, Eclipse, and Bluemix to develop, extend, and host your own Minecraft servers; Chun Bin Tang walks PHP developers through migrating their apps to Bluemix. More...

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Best of Bluemix: New Fundamentals tutorial series, Vaadin, and fast app development

This regular post showcases some of the best new tutorials, videos, and other content published on developerWorks. It’s been awhile since I updated you on some of the many things going on at developerWorks. The team has been hard at work on the developerWorks Premium launch during that time; I’ll be writing more about developerWorks Premium in the coming weeks, but meanwhile I’d like to tell you about some of the great new Bluemix content dW has published recently on Bluemix Fundamentals, Java apps with Vaadin in the cloud, and IBM Emerging Technology Specialist Ben Miller's report on building a bespoke Bluemix app to help users determine where to live in London.

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