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Bluemix in the News

Topping the list is IBM’s Connect series, IBM Mobile Foundation, and a plethora of new videos! This concise post will summarize announcements, videos, and events about Bluemix that you won’t want to miss.

Announcements

Videos

  • New Bluemix User Experience for 2016
    New user interface for Bluemix takes a big step forward by streamlining workflows more effectively. PS: Keep an eye out for the consolidated Bluemix/SoftLayer admin console.
  • Cloud Foundry and the value of cooperative competition
    Sam Ramji, CEO at Cloud Foundry, explains the significance of the latest CF Dojo, how the organization balances corporate interests with running an open source project, etc.
  • Dark Vision: Watson and IBM Bluemix OpenWhisk Analyzing Video
    AI persona “Allison” explains how Dark Vision, an IBM Bluemix OpenWhisk application, uses OpenWhisk actions and Watson services to analyze video. This video was featured in a Bluemix blog post and webinar.
  • IBM Bluemix – Overview
    If your colleague ask “What is Bluemix?”, this video provides a quick 2 minute answer and a glimpse of the new administration console.
  • Innovation with IBM Bluemix: GameStop
    From National Retail Federation 2016, Jason Smith, Senior Solution Analyst at IBM Commerce, demonstrates how GameStop is leveraging IBM Bluemix to create unique in-store experience and foster brand loyalty.

Events

  • Bluemix and Bit.ly IoT Exhibit
    The theme of the showcase was “Cognitive Internet of Things”, bringing together a cloud-based platform as a service and a slew of internet compatible hardware to technologically enhance products.
  • Cognitunes developers win SXSW Hackathon with help from AlchemyAPI
    Cognitunes, was a favorite amongst judges for SXSWi best Consumer Music app. Sean Cascketta explains their approach and how Watson was crucial in the product development.
  • Inauguration of the Bluemix Garage de Nice
    Every company wants to innovate, but how to get started? How to break the existing cultural and organizational barriers? The newest Bluemix Garage in Nice, France can help by organizing and running Design Thinking workshops.
  • IBM Cloud Foundry Dojo opens in Research Triangle Park
    IBM creates a space where local IBM Cloud developers who are experts in Cloud Foundry are training fellow software developers to become dedicated committers for the Cloud Foundry project.

Top Posts

  • Facebook: IBM OpenWhisk vs. Amazon Lambda and Google Cloud Functions
    While there are many similarities between IBM, Amazon and Google event-driven offerings, there are some differences, e.g., you can run IBM OpenWhisk locally on your own hardware behind your firewall and then move to the cloud if you so desire.
  • Blog: IBM Bluemix Garage takes you from idea to product to expansion
    Steve Robinson, GM for IBM Cloud Client Technical Engagement, summarizes how the Bluemix Garage and its methodology works, from client idea to MVP (minimal viable product).
  • Twitter: IBM’s ‘Watson’ lends Guiding Eyes a paw
    Thomas Panek, Guiding Eyes president & CEO, discusses his organization’s partnership with IBM as they attempt to analyze and collect data about its dogs in an effort to perfect the breeding and training process.
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