We are excited that IBM Bluemix Container Service is going to be based on Kubernetes. With the move toward Kubernetes, the Active Deploy service (Beta) will be retired. We encourage you to use the rolling deployments feature native to Kubernetes, or use Cloud Foundry native capabilities or open source solutions for Cloud Foundry application deployments.
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Cloud Foundry introduced Context Path Routing last year. Until then, there was the requirement that each app (or service) was served from its own hostname. Now, apps can share a host with each app being served from a specific path on that host.
I was looking over a complex app scenario to be deployed to IBM Bluemix. The solution consisted of multiple apps. Each app required their specific configuration, including the intended URLs. This post will show you how the entire solution could be deployed to Bluemix Cloud Foundry with a single command.
Security is hard. Using IBM Vulnerability Advisor on Bluemix Containers Service removes some of your security concerns by identifying vulnerable packages or policy violations in your container image. It now goes further by identifying insecure application configurations and Vulnerability Advisor advises how to correct them.
The IBM Operations Analytics service analyzes log and metric data from your WebSphere services in real time. The service maximizes the uptime of you applications by providing insights into emerging problems before they impact users.
Last week IBM and 21Vianet jointly announced the availability of Bluemix Public subscription offering during the IBM Cloud Summit event held in Beijing, China. With this announcement, clients in China can purchase an annual subscription of the China Bluemix instance operated by 21Vianet.