Getting Started on Bluemix ADO .Net Core Application to access IBM Data Servers(DB2 for z/OS, dashDB)
The purpose of this blog is to help you get started using ADO .Net Core Applications hosted on Bluemix to connect and Perform DML operations against IBM Data Servers.
The Blockchain High Security Business Beta plan became Generally Available on October 20, 2016. As a result, we are retiring the Blockchain High Security Business Beta plan on November 1, 2016.
The Service Discovery and Service Proxy Beta services will be retired on December 1, 2016. The functionality will be replaced in Bluemix by a user hosted deployment of Amalgam8, IBM’s open source microservices routing fabric.
With the global footprint of infrastructure services now available in IBM Bluemix, we will be shutting down the IBM Content Delivery Network Beta Service. Existing IBM CDN beta users should move to the production version.
For our dedicated and local customer environments, we are deploying a new page design for the Administration Console. This new design will provide additional information in individual deployment entries.
Insights for Twitter will start using Gnip 2.0 instead of Gnip 1.0 in the latter half of November. At that point Gnip 1.0 will not be supported. Since your Powertrack 1.0 queries may be impacted, please plan on migrating your queries to Gnip 2.0.
Microsoft ended support for the .NET Core 1.0 RC2 runtime on September 27th, 2016. We recommend that users upgrade existing applications that are still using this runtime to other production-ready runtime versions already available in Bluemix.