My team and I hear these concerns in the hallways of the companies we work with, from cloud-native startups to Fortune 100 companies. The Cloud Technical Engagement team at IBM Cloud turns challenges into opportunities, ensuring that the companies and teams with whom we collaborate leave each engagement knowledgeable and confident in their next steps. Meet with us at the Cloud Confidence Center during InterConnect 2017.
Bluemix users have been starving for guidance for what to build on cloud and how they should be building it. Today, Bluemix does a good job of getting developers started with prototypes and experiments. Our goal now is to help users transition to complex applications by understanding how to build for production and how to support applications at scale
In this article, we'll discuss our build pipeline in more detail. We'll talk about how we get from microservice source artifacts (including code) to deployable binaries, and scripts/metadata for configuring and deploying them.
One of the benefits of microservices is that each of the applications that compose your solution can be built using whatever language or framework makes sense for that particular application. Learn here how we take Microservices implementations one step further.
IBM’s Cloud architectures provide the best practices for building applications on the cloud. You can now access all of the architecture information directly from the Architectures section of the IBM® Bluemix® Garage Method site.
Are you pursuing new customers? Trying to reduce your total cost of tech ownership? Need access to capabilities you don’t possess in-house? If you are facing any of these challenges, IBM’s new report on hybrid cloud solutions can help.
In part three of our series, we discuss how we manage deployment and configuration of our microservices on the runtime environments that make up our solution.
Twenty new cloud native microservices were built and deployed to Bluemix. We discuss the DevOps implementation in a greenfield development project.