The article presents a technique for developing a CI/CD pipeline in IBM Cloud for OpenWhisk functions using Whisk Deploy configuration cataloged in GitHub.
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New features and fixes in version 1.2.0 of the IBM Cloud Developer Tools CLI.
Large enterprises will have a requirement for the IBM Cloud Private components to be monitored and feed alerts to an event management tool for notification and possible incident management, if warranted. With input from numerous IBMers and in collaboration with Robert Barron, we delivered the initial Cloud Service Management and Operations Dashboards to assist an organization with gaining an immediate understanding of the health of their IBM Cloud Private deployments.
New features and fixes in version 1.1.0 of the IBM Cloud Developer Tools CLI.
The IBM Cloud Container Registry team has been working to enable users to run their container builds in IBM Cloud. This capability was available to users of single containers or container groups, and we’re proud to announce that now cluster users can use it too. We’ve also taken the opportunity to add some new features. There’s a new command, bx cr build, and I’d like to highlight one of the new features that can help simplify your container builds.
Imagine you’re interviewing a new job applicant who graduated top of their class and has a stellar résumé. They know everything there is to know about the job, and has the skills that your business needs. There’s just one catch: from the moment they join your team, they’ve vowed never to learn anything new again. You probably wouldn’t make that hire, because you know that lifeMachine Learning Brainlong learning is vital if someone is going to add long-term value to your team. Yet when we turn to the field of machine learning, we see companies making a similar mistake all the time. Data scientists work hard to develop, train and test new machine learning models and neural networks. However, once the models get deployed, they don’t learn anything new. After a few weeks or months, become static and stale, and their usefulness as a predictive tool deteriorates.
In this blog post we discuss how Codeship integrates with IBM Bluemix Container Service to provide another cloud destination for your production workloads. The linked blog was written by Ethan Jones, a Customer Success Engineer at Codeship, responsible for helping customers to successfully utilize containers for Continuous Integration and Delivery. We are excited to partner together to demonstrate how quickly and easily users can deploy a Kubernetes cluster in the IBM Cloud and then deploy applications using the same delivery pipeline.
In this post, we'll talk about how you can create a DevOps toolchain in Bluemix using Bluemix Continuous Delivery if you've already built and deployed an application.