Querying APIs can look like a lot of complex and hard work at times. Sometimes the best way to explain things is to show, and in this article, we're going to show the process of querying the API of the just-launched IBM Cloud Databases.
As you may have seen, we're launching a new range of databases called IBM Cloud Databases with Databases for PostgreSQL and Databases for Redis. If not, then let's get you up to speed by looking at IBM Cloud Databases for PostgreSQL.
If you haven't upgraded your Compose for PostgreSQL deployment to the latest security-fixed version, we'll be upgrading it for you in the coming weeks. But you still have time to take control of the upgrade.
We're pleased to release, as open source, Redli—a humane alternative to the redis-cli and TLS connections to Redis. It makes connecting to a TLS/SSL-protected server as simple as connecting to Redis with no encryption protection.
IBM Cloud Compose for PostgreSQL has new versions available that address security issues for which we recommend updating existing deployments as soon as possible.
ScyllaDB 2.0.3 is now available, in beta, through IBM Cloud Compose. The new release brings even more Cassandra-compatible features to Scylla, the high-performance, C++ based, in-place replacement for Cassandra. The Scylla 2.0.3 release also sees TLS encryption for clients switched on.