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.
The IBM Cloud Container Service combines Docker and Kubernetes to deliver powerful tools, an intuitive user experiences, and built-in security and isolation to enable rapid delivery of applications all while leveraging Cloud Services including cognitive capabilities from Watson.
Logs help you troubleshoot issues with your clusters and apps. Sometimes, you might want to send logs somewhere for processing or long-term storage. On a Kubernetes cluster in the IBM Cloud Container Service, you can enable log forwarding for your cluster and choose where your logs are forwarded.
Kubernetes conformance certification, new security controls, additional data centers, improved UI, and Kubernetes 1.8
The rate of change for the IBM Bluemix Container Service has been spectacular. Earlier this month, IBM announced a rebranding, and now we are IBM Cloud Container Service. The service is still the same great offering that launched in May 2017 and then expanded to support London and Sydney. Now we have more features to share.
Are you working with Kubernetes, with all the recent supporting releases on IBM Cloud Private, the IBM Bluemix Container Service on IBM Cloud Platform, or elsewhere? Are you in the middle of containerizing workloads across your portfolio? Have you adopted Kubernetes and looking to speed up deployment and reuse? This post is a learn-by-doing example that introduces you to Helm and Helm Charts.
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 blog post we discuss how Instana integrates with IBM Bluemix Container Service to provide full visibility of your containerized applications, as they run in production. The linked tutorial was written by Pedro Pacheco, a Senior Solution Architect at Instana, with over 20 years of experience. We are excited to partner together to demonstrate how quickly and easily users can deploy a Kubernetes cluster in the IBM Cloud, deploy a sample application, and then leverage Instana’s Dynamic APM, which delivers visibility and performance management for dynamic containerized applications running in the cloud.