We are excited to announce that you can now log into IBM Cloud with a service ID in v0.15.0 of the IBM Cloud CLI. This enables users to manage IBM Cloud resources with a service ID created within an account through the command line interface.
Did you know that you can manage service keys from the command line? Adding new credentials, obtaining keys, and deleting service entries is really simple and fast. In the following, I will show you the commands and use my chatbot project and the IBM Watson Conversation service on Bluemix as example. And I will be using Bluemix in Frankfurt, Germany. So brace yourself for a quick tour through managing service keys from the command line.
As developers, we're always looking for new ways to make our lives easier - better tools, new SDKs, new services and cognitive computing. They're all new ways to make tasks more efficient, more scalable, or just simply easier to get things done. This blog introduces some new command line tools for interacting with IBM Watson services.
A great feature of Command Line Interface is its support of plugins that allow to extend its functionality. There are IBM-provided plugins and several coming from the Cloud Foundry ecosystem. Here are some brief instructions on how to get started.