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)!
In this blog post, I'll describe the process of connecting an IBM Graph service on Bluemix with a Spring application. Then we'll deploy that application to a Bluemix Kubernetes cluster, using Kubernetes secrets to securely pass configuration credentials.
Have you ever wondered how you could protect your Spring app with the Bluemix SSO service? In this article, we’ll cover how you can convert a Spring application running on Liberty from using a manually configured Open ID Connect (OIDC) Server, to using the Bluemix Single Sign On service. A short while ago I wrote […]
We are excited that the IBM Bluemix Container Service with Kubernetes has now gone live. IBM Bluemix Container Service now combines Docker and Kubernetes to deliver powerful tools, an intuitive user experience, and built-in security and isolation. The service leverages cloud services and Watson’s cognitive capabilities to enable rapid delivery of applications. It provides access to all of the DevOps capabilities of Kubernetes including rolling updates to support zero-downtime deployments of new versions.
For development teams getting started with new cloud projects, whether they’re mobile, web, or IOT, setting up the needed resources, DevOps services and tools can take up a significant amount of time – time the delivery team could use being productive and innovative in their approach to continuous delivery of apps. Teams need to think about the following key aspects as they set up their new projects
More and more chatbots are being developed and there are good reasons for it. Not all chatbot projects succeed. Often, missing user acceptance is stated. The dialog system might not have hit the nerve, might not have fitted into the target environment. Would you talk with a friend who does not remember your name is repeating the same five phrases over and over again? I would not. So what can be done to make chatbots more lively, more human-like? Here are some best practices and ideas on how to implement them.
With Unified Inbox’s UnificationEngine intelligent IoT messaging platform, users can communicate with their smart devices. Often called human-to-machine (H2M) communications, UnificationEngine enables users to send and receive messages to over 20 different global communications channels, including SMS, email, and the most popular social media, messaging, and chat platforms.
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.