Serverless computing and Watson service chaining via OpenWhisk : Part 3 of 3 expose an action or sequence
By now, you should be aware of what OpenWhisk is and leverage OpenWhisk Sequence to chain Watson services. Also, you should have created Swift and NodeJS actions for transforming the JSON to required formats. In this post, you will learn how to expose an action or a sequence (Chain of actions) as a RESTful endpoint via OpenWhisk API Gateway and OpenWhisk CLI.
This year, with the opportunity of a new working location within the new press building, our team undertook an exercise to re-imagine the client; members and guests experience for the IBM at The Masters Program. The focus for us was to bring IBM’s cognitive ambition and capabilities to the forefront, to demonstrate that Watson can be applied to every activity and touch point of an experience, and improve it. The idea formed from this approach became known as our “Cognitive Room”.
The IBM Watson Visual Recognition service can obviously tag images for content, recognize faces, and find similar images, but that’s not all it can do. If the condition you want to identify is only within a smaller region of a larger image, the entire image might not be classified with high enough confidence and a positive result could be missed. This post shows you how you can improve Watson Visual Recognition's ability to detect finer details.
We just introduced The Bluemix Developer Console. Extending the current Bluemix Mobile Dashboard, this new experience goes beyond mobile and introduces new tools for quickly creating Cloud Native applications across web, mobile and backend. They aim to greatly cut down on development time by generating application starters with all the necessary boilerplate, build and configuration code, so that developers can start coding business logic faster.
For many developers, the Hello World starter applications on Bluemix are too basic and the sample applications on IBM-Bluemix.github.io page are a bit too advanced. If you agree with this, you'll find our recently released Runtime Getting Started guides extremely helpful.
In this post, get all of your common questions about deploying scalable Docker apps to the cloud with IBM Containers.
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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.
Learn how to import JSON docs into a NoSQL DB using nosqlimport on IBM Bluemix. Includes two hands-on labs which will guide you.