In this article, we'll explore load balancing traffic across two geographically-separated backends built on IBM Cloud Functions. We'll use the IBM Cloud API Gateway to deploy the same API definition in both regions, and then intelligently route traffic with IBM Cloud Internet Services.
We're excited to announce the availability of IBM Event Streams v2019.1.1, another step in our goal to provide clients with the most efficient way to deploy and run Apache Kafka (while leveraging their existing IT systems) so that so they can ultimately build more differentiated, intelligent, event-driven experiences for their customers.
In this post, we will explore a proof of concept illustrating how we can leverage identity federation using a single IBM Cloud App ID instance along with common operational patterns, such as Kubernetes and Istio, to create a centralized identity and access management model that can transparently secure applications/services across cloud environments.
Authentication and authorization are key components for any web app, and APIs built as cloud functions are no exception. This article will show you how to build an IBM Cloud Function API and then use IBM Cloud App ID to protect the function with the IBM Cloud API Gateway—no code change required.
To enable you to get hands-on with MQ on Cloud (MQoC) in a quicker and easier way, we are proud to introduce our new MQ on Cloud Lite plan.