As for many of us, David Bowie's sudden passing took me by surprise. So, I turned to digital design and development as a way of remembering him. For the past couple of months, I’ve been tinkering on a Bluemix app called ‘Ziggy’ that works to showcase the psychology behind Bowie’s personas, using Watson Personality Insights.
Throughout the partnership with The Masters, IBM has introduced many technological innovations such as the tournament's first website in 1996 to real-time ball tracking in 2015. These transformations and innovations have been purposeful and appropriately implemented. This year, our team examined opportunities to utilize the Watson platform for drawing insights and analytics from social data in support of the editorial teams.
We’re excited to announce the release of IBM API Connect on Bluemix, a complete solution to manage every aspect of the API lifecycle. With integration between IBM StrongLoop and IBM API Management, API Connect is an entirely unique offering on the forefront of the API revolution.
The IBM MobileFirst team announces the IBM Mobile Foundation Beta service, a new service that helps you quickly and easily set up your mobile infrastructure in the Cloud, hosting the IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation directly on Bluemix.
In this interview with the Bluemix blog, Sam Ramji, CEO at Cloud Foundry, explains the significance of the grand opening of the IBM Cloud Foundry Dojo in RTP, NC, how the organization balances corporate interests with running an open source project, how they position Cloud Foundry containers versus Docker containers, etc.
There’s a new way to work in open source, and IBM is thrilled to be a part of it. Today we celebrate the grand opening of the IBM Cloud Foundry Dojo at The Frontier in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. Under the leadership of Michael Fraenkel, IBM’s distinguished engineer in Cloud Foundry, we’ve created a space where local IBM Cloud developers who are experts in Cloud Foundry are training fellow software developers—regardless of company or affiliation—to become dedicated “committers” for the Cloud Foundry project.
When I started with Bluemix, understanding how to work with the developer was key. I spoke with a few startups on how IBM can better engage and their response was neutral in that they couldn’t see IBM fitting into this space. It became clear that we needed to be a part of their community, rather than standing on the outside trying to sell to them.
IBM Virtual Servers (formerly known as IBM Virtual Machines) is a hosted cloud environment, part of IBM Bluemix, that you can use to build, run, manage, and monitor your applications, while maintaining the control over your apps and the middleware on which they run. IBM Virtual Servers is currently available as a BETA service.