In one of my serverless (IBM Cloud Functions) proof of concepts, I had an idea of creating a pre-signed URL. Presigned URLs create a temporary link that can be used to share an object publicly.
Having the ability to use encryption key management to protect applications and supporting data in a public cloud environment is a critical component of all enterprise security governance protocols. Adding to our global geographical coverage, IBM’s key management service, IBM Key Protect, is now available in the AP North Region based out of Tokyo.
We are excited to share that as of October 1st, joint Box and IBM customers can now leverage IBM Cloud Object Storage for their infrastructure needs in the US. This new collaboration expands on the investment that IBM and Box continue to make to provide customers greater opportunities to leverage the IBM Cloud.
The IBM Cloud team is excited to announce the general availability of IBM Cloud Object Storage Archive. At $0.002 per gigabyte per month, IBM Cloud Object Storage Archive is an extremely low-cost, scalable, secure, and durable solution designed for long-term data archival, backup, and disaster recovery.
This is the first in a series of articles explaining the key highlights of the geospatial functions of IBM Cloud SQL Query. We will cover the Full Earth feature of the geospatial functions in this article—i.e., every topological and metric function operating on the Full Earth or the ellipsoidal Earth model.