How do you help developers collaborate across the enterprise and with a broader ecosystem? How do you standardize and scale processes and tools from a few teams to dozens or hundreds of teams? This post explains with IBM Bluemix Continuous Delivery and the IBM Bluemix Garage Method.
If you haven’t visited the Architecture or Tracks pages recently, you might have missed some major changes. The existing track page has been enhanced to include the related DevOps architecture and toolchain, which will help you quickly get started building your application in the cloud.
From the IBM Cloud Architecture Center, six IBM Cloud experts discuss the challenges of developing with microservices. They outline issues that clients are facing with microservices, including operations, considerations with heritage systems, security, and the newness of microservices in general.
Visit the IBM Developerworks Cloud Architecture Center for a quick start to your next application. Click on one of the solutions, and you will find implementation overviews, application previews, sample code and a step-by-step walk-through.
Coming from an environment with a focus on operational and feature stability, consistency and high availability, and now working in the era of Cloud Computing, agile development and continuous everything, products— or better —platforms like IBM Bluemix seem like an entirely different world. Truth is that once I found my bearings, once I knew how to navigate within the world of Bluemix, I started feeling at home. Here is what I learned, the first installment of my “how to bluemix”.