The world doesn’t stop, which also means that data never stops pouring in. If you’re in the analytics game, then basing your efforts on a snapshot of historical data always involves a degree of compromise. Did you choose the right data set? One that is an accurate representation of ongoing operations so that it doesn’t skew your analysis? How soon will your insights be outdated? How can you cost-effectively store the data you’re analyzing?
Effective immediately, IBM Cloud Container Service is renamed to IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service (IKS).
CloudNativeCon and KubeCon is an important bi-annual event in Europe and North America, and we just wrapped up in Copenhagen last week. IBM is not only a founding member in CNCF (the organizer), we’re also a Diamond sponsor for the conference. Going into this event, we had a lot of momentum, leading us to great […]
You can now access your Kubernetes Dashboard directly through the console for IBM Cloud Container Service. With the click of a button, you can access and manage all of your cluster resources!!
At the IBM Cloud Container Service, we were excited about the partnership announcement between IBM Cloud and New Relic. In addition to having another large customer in the platform, we are anxious to test out the New Relic technology and make these capabilities available to users of our container service.
(Ed.–This post covers 1 of 3 related tutorials you can do around Kubernetes-based application development. The author mentions the other two–on establishing a DevOps pipeline, and on setting up log data visualization–after discussing the process of building the scalable web app. A chatbot isn’t part of the tutorial but adding intelligent self-service to any web experience is good […]
This post was co-authored with Dan Garfield, VP of Marketing at Codefresh and Full-Stack Developer. We’re excited to partner with Codefresh and validate their technology on IBM Cloud, providing both customers sets with a consistent user experience and tool set. As a certified Kubernetes provider, IBM is one of the leaders in hosted and managed […]
This blog was co-authored with Amir Sharif, co-founder of Aporeto. We’re excited to bring Aporeto’s capabilities to IBM Cloud Container Service, providing choice and flexibility to our users.
This post is an excerpt from a solution tutorial - "Continuous deployment to Kubernetes". In this post, you will explore the Vulnerability Advisor. The vulnerability advisor is used to check the security status of container images before deployment, and also it checks the status of running containers.