Jenifer Schlotfeldt

April 18, 2017

Navigation design changes in Bluemix docs help you discover what you need

With this navigation update, we think you'll understand how content is organized throughout our docs better, and will be able to find relevant content more efficiently. With fewer nested layers of content, you won't have to dig around to find the documentation you need to be successful with Bluemix.

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October 4, 2016

Switching your SoftLayer authentication to IBMid

We recently enabled new users to SoftLayer to start with an IBMid to manage your SoftLayer account, but also to access Bluemix-based services and resources by using a single sign-on.

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August 23, 2016

Bluemix adds support for Enterprise Federation

In addition to the new single sign-on feature with an IBMid between Bluemix and SoftLayer, we've also enabled you to be able to sign up for Bluemix using the same credentials that you already use for your company's login. This makes it easier for you to remember just one ID and password when going out to Bluemix to develop and create your next solution.

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August 18, 2016

Integrated console with single sign-on for IBM Bluemix and SoftLayer

We're making progress towards our integrated IBM Cloud Platform that brings together SoftLayer and Bluemix and we are happy to announce the following updates that enable you to log in to your SoftLayer account with your IBMid, open support tickets for your Bluemix services in the SoftLayer Customer Portal, sign up for Bluemix using the same credentials that you already use for your company's login, and get started quickly from the Bluemix user interface landing page.

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August 17, 2016

New look and feel for Bluemix landing page

When you go out to the Bluemix user interface, you'll notice that we've done a new design for the landing page. 

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January 13, 2016

When it comes to docs, everyone can contribute in Bluemix

The Bluemix team started open sourcing our documentation by moving it to Markdown source and hosting it in GitHub. Now, anyone can contribute to the docs.

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