Getting started with Python on IBM Bluemix

Taking inspiration from Rob Phippen’s blog post here on Thoughts on Cloud titled “Getting started with IBM Bluemix and Node.js,” I would like to guide you through the deployment of a basic web server written in Python. Yes, Python. IBM Bluemix does support programming languages other than those advertised on the dashboard, such as Java, […]

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Cloud computing’s impact on programming models: The business unit developer

In the final installment of his six-part series, Rene focuses on the challenges IT organizations risk facing with business unit developers seeking alternatives in the cloud.

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Cloud computing’s impact on programming models: Integrating applications

In his latest installment in the series, Rene focuses on developers whose primary focus is on integrating applications and their evolving role in cloud computing.

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Cloud’s impact on programming models: Delivery and languages

Rene takes a closer look at the application development platform, approaches to development and programming languages.

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Cloud’s impact on programming models: Cloud-provided services

Rene continues with the third installment in his six-part series by digging into cloud-provided services.

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Cloud’s impact on programming models: Orienting your application

In his second post in this series, Rene takes a closer look at how to cloud orient applications though componentizing solutions.

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Cloud computing’s impact on programming models: Hosting in the cloud

This first post in a series focuses on how a migration from traditional development environments to ones that leverage the cloud impacts developers, their applications and the programming models they use.

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Problem testing asynchronous web services? Try cloud!

The characteristics of asynchronous web services using multiple connections are that a consumer establishes a connection to a provider, issue a service request, the provider acknowledges the request was received (this part is optional), and then the connection between the participants is closed.

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A guide to IBM Business Process Management as a service

IBM BPM has four focus areas: business monitor, process automation, decision management and process discovery and design.

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Five examples of B2B integration using IBM SmartCloud

IBM has a number of business-to-business (B2B) cloud services, ranging from on-demand to fully managed solutions, which are delivered using the software as a service (SaaS) model

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7 steps to ensure success with social, mobile, cloud convergence

SoMoClo doesn't just happen—here's how to ensure a smooth convergence of the three.

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