The IBM Cloud Function UI is updated to include new functionality which allows for easier Action, Sequence, and Trigger management. The following areas of the UI are updated to provide a more flexible environment to work with your IBM Cloud Functions entities.
At IBM Compose, we know how important having control of your databases is. In August, when we introduced the new Bluemix Compose console and in September, we added Vertical scaling controls to your database consoles. Now, our latest update is taking the friction out of administrating your databases. It adds restorable backups, updatable passwords, IP whitelisting and in-place upgrades to your Bluemix Compose console. And it's all wrapped up in a newly re-organized interface.
We're happy to announce a new management console for IBM Compose on Bluemix. The new user console makes it simple for users to manage their Compose-managed open source databases from a simple web UI. This is the first iteration of what will be many, frequent updates to a new web UI. With that, let's take a look at Compose and the new console.
The IoT Widget Library allows developers to rapidly build an user interface for their IoT application, processing real time data from the physical and simulated devices. This library, written in HTML 5, can be embedded in major UI frameworks, including Angular JS, React/Redux, Polymer, and HTML 5.
Today, we are launching the Mobile category dashboard on Bluemix, and it just got easier than ever to build your next mobile app. We've created the Mobile dashboard, where you can create and manage your mobile projects in Bluemix, and access everything that you need for your application, all in one place.
Our customers want to bring the capabilities of both Bluemix and SoftLayer together, because the resulting solutions can become far more compelling than just using one or the other. The problem? Bluemix and SoftLayer look and behave differently. That's starting to change... and we’re so excited!
It's been a couple months since my last Bluemix Updates blog. But, the team has kept working, and on the eve of Cinco de Mayo I thought it was time to share some great new features and functions that have recently gone live. These include a new and improved pricing page and Labs section in the Bluemix Catalog, overhauled Bluemix docs, including the ability to leave inline feedback, improvements to SSL certificate support for custom domains, ability to communicate with live IBM representatives via text chat and video chat and lots more...