To properly deploy an application in a cloud environment and ensure maximum responsiveness, your app needs to be deployed in a certain (and easy) way that maximizes the chance of an instance always being ready to respond to a user request. This article will explain how to deploy your Cloud Foundry applications in the IBM Cloud such that you reach your target application availability.
IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service will soon increase your cluster availability by adding replicas of the Kubernetes master with fix pack version 1.11.3_1531, released on November 1, 2018. After you update, clusters will have three Kubernetes master replicas that you set up with a highly available (HA) configuration.
The Kubernetes Service is already supported in London in our United Kingdom region, and we are very excited to announce the general availability of multizone clusters in London.
Placement Groups give you a measure of control over the host on which a new public VSI is placed. With this release, we are providing the option for the "Spread" rule, which means that virtual servers within a Placement Group will all be spread onto different hosts.
IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service is already supported in Tokyo in our AP-North region, and we are very excited to announce the general availability of multizone clusters in Tokyo.
We are excited to announce that we have reduced the price of our existing Veeam Availability Suite Enterprise Plus and Veeam Physical Agent solutions, as well as launched a new Veeam License, Veeam Backup and Replication. The new prices and options are now available in our IBM Cloud Portal: Veeam Availability Suite Enterprise Plus for […]
You have an Internet facing application, or website, or API running in IBM Cloud that must be highly available and resilient to not only a datacenter or zone wide failures, but also region wide failures. In addition, it must be deployed in a distributed fashion such that clients or users are routed to the closest origin for best performance. In this article we will walk you through a simple configuration with IBM Cloud Internet Service that addresses these concerns and looks like the following when done:
Turn your high-performance bare metal servers into enterprise-grade virtual routers, firewalls, and VPNs with the Virtual Router Appliance, now generally available at IBM.
We're pleased to announce that starting immediately all public regions of the Bluemix platform can be managed from a single location via the new global Bluemix UI found at console.bluemix.net. You will get several benefits from the new approach.