Living in the golden age of video is a blessing and a curse. There’s more video content than ever to choose from, but we can spend more time deciding than actually watching. It’s a frustrating experience for consumers, but it’s especially worrisome for video content providers. As a result, media and entertainment companies are shifting […]
The rapid growth of streaming video and internet-based television has empowered viewers to watch the content of their choice whenever they want, wherever they want, as often as they wish. Yet there are still pain points around the viewing experience, from irrelevant ads to compounding subscription fees and technical challenges to a lack of compelling […]
Qualifying for the Wimbledon tennis tournament started June 20, and fans are going to get more up-to-date information about what’s happening on the court than ever before thanks to IBM hybrid cloud technology. For example, the new Cognitive Command Center will take in social media conversations from around the globe to determine the most popular […]
If you were reading this blog just three years in the future, would it still be static text on a screen? Or would it be an engaging visual experience in the form of a video? IBM predicts that by 2019, up to 90% of all consumer internet traffic will consist of video. But you don’t […]
Each day we each experience the power of real-time video – to inform us, to educate us, to entertain us and to connect us to each other. This new ‘high-fidelity’ world of video communications spans our personal and professional lives. So, as businesses consider how to communicate effectively with their employees, partners, vendors and customers […]
Enterprise Cloud Platforms are fundamentally changing how the world’s data is processed, stored and delivered. And, as we have seen, that data is no longer just structured data, but increasingly unstructured. Importantly, no data type is growing faster than video. Video is how we are entertained, how we are informed, how we learn and how […]
At this week’s National Association of Broadcasters’ NAB 2015 show in Las Vegas, cloud, and its increasing role in media management, will share the stage with conference sessions on broadcast engineering and technology in cinema, and preview the kinds of technology that are likely to power enterprise video needs in the near future. Last year, […]
In this proof of concept, the author uses IBM Worklight as the front-end platform and the Zend Server as the back-end platform.
IBM SmartCloud Entry allows you to deploy two working environments (IBM i 7.1 and AIX 7) in just a few minutes.
The IBM SmartCloud Enterprise RESTful API follows the RESTful principle. It is based on HTTP request using the GET, POST, PUT, and DELETE methods to take actions on the IBM SmartCloud Enterprise platform. RESTful APIs are web-services and thus are often used in a SOA environment, nevertheless some scripting techniques, using for example cURL, are well adapted to use a RESTful API.
In a previous blog, "What are the IBM SmartCloud Enterprise APIs?" I explained the types of APIs provided by the IBM SmartCloud Enterprise. Now, I explain in more detail the Java API that is provided by the IBM SmartCloud Enterprise platform. This blog also contains a video that demonstrates the IBM SmartCloud Enterprise Java API.