This 6-part series on microservices application development provides a context for defining a cloud-based pilot project that best fits current needs and prepares for a longer-term cloud adoption decision. Gartner analysts recently emphasized the importance of doing cloud native development as soon as possible after any initial migration of existing workloads. Explore the Gartner report […]
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 […]
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.
As developers at UBank, Australia’s leading digital bank, we’re constantly reconfiguring the way we work to produce the next big innovation for both our business and the digital banking industry. Disruption through innovation is at the heart of everything we do. One of our most recent innovations is RoboChat, Australia’s first AI chatbot to help […]
Message Hub provides a simple communication mechanism built on Apache Kafka, enabling communication between loosely coupled Bluemix services. This article shows how to communicate with Message Hub from the Streaming Analytics Bluemix service using the messaging toolkit.
This is the first post in a series on how to move your team towards the best long-term cloud platform adoption decision. Since adopting a cloud platform involves a significant commitment, and implies the confirmation that comes from previous work on one or more pilot projects, the primary goal of this series is to get you to the step of defining an appropriate cloud-based pilot project for your team.
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.
I’m one of the IBM Cloud App Service architects and have been involved in leading the team in the engineering and delivery of this tool for accelerating development of cloud native apps. After giving an overview of app architecture and stating the game plan, I’ll take you through video demos of creating two microservices and an iOS […]