Using Templates for IBM Cloud Functions, you can start building serverless apps in less than 5 minutes. Literally. What is a Template? IBM Cloud Functions has just released a catalog of Templates to help you jump start your next serverless application. Templates can be any combination of Actions, Triggers, and Sequences connected together to form […]
With the release of version 1.3.2, IBM Secure Gateway for Bluemix announces the addition of the Windows client native installer to round out our portfolio of already available installers. For customers who are not interested in running Secure Gateway within a Docker client, the Windows client native installer will provide a more seamless Windows-specific experience. For further ease of use, the native installer comes with scripts for running in either a Cygwin or command shell environment.
With the release of Version 1.3.1, IBM Secure Gateway for Bluemix announces a number of enhancements across a few different areas. With this enhancement release building on top of 1.3.0, you'll see improvements in server resource distribution, client high availability, a Mac OS X native installer, and more.
API Harmony is now available in the Bluemix Labs, ready for you. API Harmony allows you to search Public APIs and find interesting relationships amongst them. Until today, finding the most suitable APIs to use in an application was burdensome, requiring manual and time-consuming searches across a diverse set of web sites. Most commonly cited API directories often included stale information, making them unreliable and hard to utilize. Furthermore, the information was primarily limited to a single API, with no indication available about how multiple APIs could work together – any notion of compatibility between APIs was non-existent. This is about to change.
Bluemix SmartBooks presents a catalog of books for sale, can suggest interesting books to users based on a Twitter handle, and will store purchased books into an orders database. To suggest books based on Twitter handle, the application consumes an API from a business partner, which was published to Bluemix and shared with the Bluemix SmartBooks development team using the API Management service. You can create your own version of Bluemix SmartBooks. This blog post will cover all the steps, from the underlying architecture, creating your own instance of SmartBooks, and customizing it.
On April 3, 2015, we made the IBM API Management for Bluemix (APIm) service generally available (GA). This version will replace the Beta that you may be using presently. We will sunset the Beta service at the end of April, so there are a few items you will need to complete in order to move from the Beta service to the new and improved GA service!