In a strategic escalation in our approach to cloud data warehousing, we’re bringing Db2 Warehouse Flex to Amazon Web Services as a fully managed, scalable, and elastic cloud data warehouse.
We're excited to be working with Couchbase Server to bring you this step-by-step guide to "Getting Started with the Couchbase Autonomous Operator on IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service."
IBM Cloud Hyper Protect DBaaS is the next evolution of databases in a scalable and security-rich cloud environment. It allows you to retain your data in a fully-encrypted database without the need for specialized skills.
We're pleased to release, as open source, Redli—a humane alternative to the redis-cli and TLS connections to Redis. It makes connecting to a TLS/SSL-protected server as simple as connecting to Redis with no encryption protection.
IBM Cloud Compose for PostgreSQL has new versions available that address security issues for which we recommend updating existing deployments as soon as possible.
A few months ago, we reimagined data warehousing in the IBM Cloud with Flex Performance, the flagship tier of our new Flex line of offerings. Flex brings new levels of elasticity, speed, and resiliency to data warehousing on the IBM Cloud, and forms the foundation for our strategy moving forward. We're working continuously to not only strengthen and enhance its capabilities, but to also make them more accessible to you so you can better leverage them and get the most out of your data warehouse. Today, we're proud to announce a significant update to our Flex family.
In a new solution tutorial, I show you how to automatically retrieve and store GitHub traffic data the serverless way with IBM Cloud Functions and Db2. The data can then be analyzed via a Web app deployed to Cloud Foundry on IBM Cloud. The app is secured with App ID using OpenID Connect. The new service Dynamic Dashboard Embedded provides visualization of the views and clones of GitHub repositories.