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Hyperledger Composer basics, Part 3: Deploy locally, interact with, and extend your blockchain network
In this tutorial, the 3rd and final installment in this series, learn how to modify a sample blockchain network definition and transform it into a real-world blockchain application, write Cucumber feature tests, issue IDs for all participants, and execute every transaction through the CLI.
Articles 14 Dec 2017
IBM Datacap 9.0, 9.0.1, 9.1.0, 9.1.1 and 9.1.3 DDK Datacap Desktop Custom Panels
User interaction with IBM Datacap can occur when physically scanning pages or when reviewing problems found while processing pages. Here, you can find the information to create your own panels to be used within an IBM Datacap application. Custom panels present alternative layouts and manipulation of fields and data.
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Articles 14 Dec 2017
IBM Connections Customizer is available! What's New?
The formal release of IBM Connections Customizer on IBM Connections Cloud took place on Friday, December 8th 2017. This means that any tenant organization of IBM Connections Cloud on the North America or Europe data centres can now sign up for this new production offering and use it to modify the out-of-the-box IBM Connections user experience.
Articles 13 Dec 2017
Get started with the JSON Binding API, Part 3: Custom binding with JSON-B
The JSON Binding API makes customizing data serialization and deserialization easy and intuitive, and it puts a lot of power in your hands. Learn how to use and combine annotations and runtime configuration to control the binding and appearance of properties, fields, date and time formats, and more. Then get started using JSON-B adapters and low-level serializers and deserializers to change the logic of operations in JSON-B.
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Articles 13 Dec 2017
Taking control of the IBM Connections user experience
If you’ve ever wanted to change the way IBM Connections looks or behaves, the new IBM Connections Customizer, coming soon, gives you the control you’ve been looking for. In this article, you’ll learn how Customizer lets you change the Connections user interface, and how you can get started using Customizer right away.
Articles 12 Dec 2017
Know which authentication methods to use for your hybrid cloud
The different options within IBM Cloud bear diverse requirements to the authentication of users. This article explains the various possibilities on how IBM Cloud users are managed and authenticated. We focus on developers, administrators, or operators that need to log in to the IBM Cloud platform to develop and maintain their applications. Applications that run on top of IBM Cloud can use any authentication method that is appropriate for the application’s purpose.
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Articles 12 Dec 2017
Adapt DevOps to cognitive and artificial intelligence systems
Explore an outline of a "cognitive DevOps" process that refines and adapts the best parts of DevOps for new cognitive or artificial intelligence applications. Specifically, the tutorial covers applying DevOps to the training process of cognitive systems including training data, modeling, and performance evaluation.
Articles 12 Dec 2017
Automate operational business decisions with Weather Data and Business Rules services on IBM Cloud, Part 2: Complete your sample weather cancellation service
In this second installment of a two-part tutorial on how to combine Weather Data and Business Rules IBM Cloud services to automate operational business decisions based on weather conditions, you will take a closer look at the decision operation created in Part 1, learn how to create simple business rules that use weather data and a rule flow that includes these rules, and deploy the decision operation to IBM Cloud. A Node-RED flow will orchestrate a call to the weather data, the Business Rules service, and take action based on the outcome executing business rules.
Articles 12 Dec 2017
Migrating from Watson Retrieve and Rank to Discovery, Part 2: Add your data to Watson Discovery
The first part of this series introduced how to migrate from Watson Retrieve and Rank to Watson Discovery service using original source data. In this part, we'll look at how to migrate applications by taking data directly from Watson Retrieve and Rank and adding it to Watson Discovery.
Articles 12 Dec 2017
Scan your app to find and fix OWASP Top 10 - 2017 vulnerabilities
Today's modern web applications are more than a match for most desktop PC applications and continue to push boundaries by taking advantage of limitless cloud services. But more powerful web applications means more complicated code, and the more complicated the code, the greater the risk of coding flawswhich can lead to serious security vulnerabilities within the application. Web application vulnerabilities face exploitation by relentless malicious actors, bent on profiteering from data theft, or gaining online notoriety by causing mischief. This article looks at securing web applications by adopting industry best application development practices, such as the OWASP Top 10 and using web application vulnerability scanning tools, like IBM Rational AppScan.
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Articles 12 Dec 2017
Introducing JUnit 5, Part 1: The JUnit 5 Jupiter API
If you've been on the fence about upgrading to the new JUnit 5, this tutorial should convince you. Get started with the JUnit Jupiter API and the new annotations, assertions, and assumptions that are about to rock your world.
Tutorial 11 Dec 2017
Introducing JUnit 5, Part 2: JUnit 5 Vintage and the JUnit Jupiter Extension Model
Find out how JUnit Vintage has you covered for backward compatibility with older versions of JUnit, then get started with JUnit Jupiter extensions for parameter injection, paramaterized tests, dynamic tests, and custom annotations in the new JUnit 5.
Tutorial 11 Dec 2017
Java 8 idioms: Using closures to capture state
Whereas lambda expressions rely on internal parameters and constants, closures look to variables for additional information. Find out how to use closures to carry state from a defining context to the point of execution in your programs.
Articles 06 Dec 2017
Authorize with a Cloudant proxy
It is sometimes useful to have more granular access controls on a database than the controls that are provided by Cloudant. In this tutorial, you learn how to create a Cloudant proxy that is under your control. Using such a proxy, you can implement the appropriate authorization model to the system.
Tutorial 06 Dec 2017
Make your websites smarter with Schema.org, Part 1: Introduction to the Schema.org information model
Schema.org is an initiative originally created by search engine companies and experts to support web publishers by describing the things that web pages are actually about. This series, in which I explain the Schema.org core information model, helps you expand your web developer skills and get a head start on advances in search engine platforms and personal assistants like Siri, Google Assistant, and Alexa.
Articles 05 Dec 2017
Models for machine learning
Take a dive into the algorithms used in machine learning. Learn about supervised, unsupervised, and reinforcement learning, as well as the models that make them work.
Articles 05 Dec 2017
Make your websites smarter with Schema.org, Part 2: The Schema.org syntaxes
This part of a four-part series that shows you how to translate the abstract information model for data in your web pages into one of the three formats supported by Schema.org: RDFa, Microdata, and JSON-LD.
Articles 05 Dec 2017
Unsupervised learning for data classification
Discover the theory and ideas behind unsupervised learning and its possible application in exploring data and data sets.
Articles 04 Dec 2017
IPsec tunnel configuration between IBM AIX and Microsoft Windows, Part 3: IKEv2 IPsec tunnels between AIX 6.1 or later versions and Windows 2012
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Articles 04 Dec 2017
Think Big with Decision Composer on IBM Cloud
Learn step-by-step how to deploy a Decision Composer application to the Business Rules service and run it within Hadoop. Access IBM Cloud Lite free.
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Articles 04 Dec 2017
New and enhanced Guardium Outlier Detection
Learn how Guardium database monitoring is extended with enhanced security intelligenceknown as outlier detectionto detect potential threats based on relative changes in behavior. Use cases, configuration guidance, and operational considerations are covered.
Articles 01 Dec 2017
IPsec tunnel configuration between IBM AIX and Microsoft Windows, Part 2: IKEv1 IPsec tunnels between AIX 6.1 or later versions and Windows 2012
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Articles 01 Dec 2017
Use UrbanCode to deploy microservices on IBM Cloud
In this tutorial, you'll learn how to design build-and-deploy templates for microservices. You will receive guidance on how to use IBM UrbanCode Deploy to simplify the complex deployments of hundreds of microservices, as well as how to reduce the maintenance effort that comes with build-and-deploy scripts for complex microservice architectures.
Articles 30 Nov 2017
Hyperledger Composer basics, Part 2: Refine and deploy your blockchain network
This tutorial builds on the sample blockchain network introduced in Part 1 and takes you deeper into the Hyperledger Composer suite of developer tools. You'll model an IoT GPS sensor in a shipping container by adding GPS readings to the Shipment asset, and modify the smart contract (chaincode) to send an alert when the Shipment reaches its destination port.
Articles 30 Nov 2017
Resolving symbol information into meaningful function names in tprof
In scenerios where tprof utility fails to resolve the addresses of the symbols, instead reports the symbols in hexadecimal format. This makes perfomance analysis difficult, since the symbols would not have resolved into meaningful function names. This article explains the way in which users can translate the unresolved address in a tprof profile report to meaningful function address using gensyms and dbx commands.
Articles 30 Nov 2017
IPsec tunnel configuration between IBM AIX and Microsoft Windows, Part 1: Generating certificates in AIX and importing certificates to Windows for IKE IPsec tunnels
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Articles 29 Nov 2017
Quantum computing in action: IBM's Q experience and the quantum shell game
Quantum computing is an ethereal concept. IBM's Q experience gives developers a chance to use the emerging technology and experiment with its capabilities. In this article, learn how a developer used the IBM  Q experience platform to create a classic shell game like the ones played on the streets of big cities. 
Articles 28 Nov 2017
Learn Linux, 101: System logging
Learn how to configure the syslog daemon on your Linux system and how to send log output to a central log server or accept log output as a central log server. Learn about the systemd journal subsystem and rsyslog and syslog-ng as alternative logging systems. Use the material in this tutorial to study for the LPI 102 exam for Linux system administrator certification or to learn for fun.
Articles 28 Nov 2017
Monitor network bandwidth usage and analyze network traffic in the IBM AIX server using ProbeVue
This article helps users to monitor network bandwidth and analyze network traffic in an IBM AIX server using ProbeVue. This provides users with a near real time view of what is happening in their network for a user-specified time interval or when a user specified event occurs. This takes very less time to diagnose certain network issues compared to traditional tools such as IPTRACE and TCPDUMP. This is because ProbeVue provides only the data requested by the user instead of providing the entire data, which requires a lot of time to analyze and diagnose a specific problem.
Articles 28 Nov 2017
Build your first social media dashboard in minutes with Node-RED and Db2 for i
This article explains how to use IBM Db2 for i within a Node-RED flow to rapidly build a solution or prototype on IBM i. In the example illustrated in this article, we build a social media dashboard using 5733OPS Node.js, a Db2 for i node with IBM Watson, dashboard, and Twitter nodes.
Articles 28 Nov 2017
Validating CSRF vulnerabilities reported by automated scanners
This tutorial covers how to manually validate cross-site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerabilities that can be reported by an automated security scanner, such as IBM AppScan. Most automated scanners, including IBM AppScan, do not accurately report CSRF vulnerabilities, as they are built on predefined rules and cannot completely determine the legitimacy of certain types of vulnerabilities like CSRF. To validate such issues, one needs to manually reproduce the vulnerability and decide whether it is indeed true or a false alarm. This tutorial is a step-by-step guide to reproduce and validate the reported CSRF vulnerabilities by using a custom-made flow chart and also provides guidance on using the open source tool "CSRF Tester" that provides a rich functionality to validate such vulnerabilities. 
Articles 27 Nov 2017
Build a cognitive alert system for your IT operations
Learn how to integrate IT service management with AI services on an IoT device. You'll build a cognitive alert system for your IT operations.
Tutorial 24 Nov 2017
Developing cognitive IoT solutions for anomaly detection by using deep learning, Part 4: Using Apache SystemML for anomaly detection
This article is the fourth in a five-part series, "Developing cognitive IoT solutions for anomaly detection by using deep learning." This article demonstrates a deep learning solution using Apache SystemML and how it is used to analyze the large amount of data that IoT sensors gather.
Tutorial 22 Nov 2017
Explore MQTT and the Internet of Things service
Learn how to use MQTT to develop device-side and application-side programs using IBM Watson IoT Platform client libraries for Java.
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Articles 22 Nov 2017
Analyzing IoT device movement data
This tutorial builds upon the "Create a fun, simple IoT accelerometer game" tutorial. It shows how to capture 3 different types of movement data (instead of just 1), it shows how to send that data to the IBM Cloud using IBM Watson IoT Platform, and finally it shows how to analyze that data with the Watson Machine Learning service and SPSS Modeler.
Tutorial 21 Nov 2017
JUMP Session demo
The new and improved Connections Cloud Catalog is the first step toward building an “app store” in the Pink world of Connections. This new Catalog, accessible from within Connections, helps customers find out about and easily integrate 3rd party apps into Connections Cloud and in the future, the private cloud. This short video shows you what it looks like, how to use it, and how to deploy it.
Videos 21 Nov 2017
Working with cloned git repos in the IBM Cloud
One of developerWorks' most popular features is Code Patterns, github repos that contain complete projects to get you started with various technologies. This tutorial shows you how to take a cloned repo and tie it to the delivery pipeline for your own app running in the IBM Cloud.
Articles 20 Nov 2017
Getting started with TensorFlow
TensorFlow is just one of the many open source software libraries for machine learning. In this tutorial, get an overview of TensorFlow, learn which platforms support it, and look at installation considerations.
Articles 16 Nov 2017
Using data science to manage a software project in a GitHub organization, Part 2: Explore your project with Jupyter Notebooks and deploy it to the Python Package index
Learn how to find project management insights from a GitHub organization and how to create and publish tools to the Python Package Index in this two-part tutorial series.
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Articles 15 Nov 2017
Building distributed applications with ZeroMQ, Part 2: Get more out of your ZeroMQ application
In Part 1 of this series, I looked at leveraging ZeroMQ to easily build applications that are distributed in nature and can exchange messages with one another over the network. Although the code I shared is suitable for a real-world application, it was lacking in some security areas. In this part, I'll show how to remedy those failings.
Articles 15 Nov 2017
Create a mobile-friendly to-do list app with PHP, jQuery Mobile, and Google Tasks
Want a build a simple mobile app to create and manage your to-do lists? It's easy with the Slim PHP micro-framework, jQuery Mobile, and the Google Tasks API. I'll show you how I did it.
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Articles 14 Nov 2017
Performance improvement using IBM AIX flash cache
This article demonstrates how performance with IBM AIX flash can drastically improve read requests from a storage subsystem by running performance benchmark tests. The test team experimented using different performance benchmarks and measured the performance data to demonstrate the variation with and without AIX flash cache.
Articles 13 Nov 2017
Using data science to manage a software project in a GitHub organization, Part 1: Create a data science project from scratch
In this two-part series, I explain how to find project management insights from a GitHub organization and how to create and publish tools to the Python Package Index.
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Articles 13 Nov 2017
What's new in Java EE 8
The next edition of the Java enterprise platform is built for the cloud and reactive programming, and will shape enterprise application development for years to come. Get your first look at new APIs and upgrades for Java enterprise security, JSON binding, HTTP/2 server push, and more.
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Articles 10 Nov 2017
Get started with the JSON Binding API, Part 1: The JSON Binding API in a nutshell
It's been a long wait, but Java EE 8 introduces powerful JSON binding features to the core Java enterprise platform. Get started with default features, custom annotations, and runtime configurations in the new Java API for JSON Binding.
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Articles 10 Nov 2017
Creating a high availability setup for Linux on Power
This article is about high availability or disaster recovery and fail-over for Linux on Power virtual machines (VMs) or logical partitions (LPARs). The solution works for all Linux distributions available for IBM POWER8 and later processor-based servers. Open source software used in this solution are: DRBD and heartbeat, which are available for all supported distributions. We have used Ubuntu v16.04, supported on IBM Power servers to explain and verify the solution.
Articles 07 Nov 2017
Java 8 idioms: Cascading lambdas
Venkat explains the mysterious origins of cascading lambdas, a type of syntax that arises from functions returning functions in highly concise code.
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Articles 07 Nov 2017
Add an organization to your existing Hyperledger Fabric blockchain network using an easy tool
In this tutorial, learn how to add an organization and its peers to an application channel in an already running Hyperledger Fabric blockchain network. In the process, you'll see how the configtxlator tool simplifies configuration tasks in Hyperledger Fabric blockchain networks and provides a true stateless REST API, independent of the SDK.
Articles 07 Nov 2017
Establish an information governance policy framework in InfoSphere Information Governance Catalog
With the substantial growth in data volume, velocity, and variety comes a corresponding need to govern and manage the risk, quality, and cost of that data and provide higher confidence for its use. This is the domain of information governance, but it is a domain that many people struggle with in how to get started. This article provides a starting framework for information governance built around IBM InfoSphere Information Governance Catalog.
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Tutorial 07 Nov 2017
Develop an IBM i2 Analyze data access on-demand connector
IBM i2 Analyze is an extensible, scalable, and service-oriented analytical environment that is designed to provide organizations with access to intelligence when and where they need it, so they can make faster and more informed decisions.
Tutorial 03 Nov 2017
Think your apps are secure in the cloud?
The cloud is not secure. Developers know through experience that software and servers get hacked thanks to bad code and insecure Internet connections to remote servers and data centers. You can compare using the cloud to having valuables that are locked up in a suitcase in a parking lot. By nature, both are susceptible to attacks. In this article, we explain the reasons why the cloud is not secure, but we also examine ways to mitigate any insecurities by illustrating some Django examples through the inception of BugHeist.
Articles 02 Nov 2017
Introduction to rapid web application development with Mavo, Part 1: Get started with Mavo, an open source web application framework
Want to turn your great ideas into web applications, but feel like your programming skills aren't sharp enough? Discover Mavo, an open source web application framework that allows anyone to create fully data-driven web applications right in HTML with no JavaScript skills or server-side wizardry. Mavo's easy-to-use data editing interface and its intuitive expression language enable more people to develop web applications.
Articles 01 Nov 2017
Introduction to rapid web application development with Mavo, Part 2: Handle multiple properties, plugins, and GitHub storage with Mavo
Learn how plugins make Mavo even more powerful for web application development. Put Mavo to work managing collections of data items, and learn how to use GitHub to provide multi-user storage for apps.
Articles 01 Nov 2017
Top 10 reasons to make IBM Cloud your platform of choice
In this Top 10 List, Carl Osipov shares his views on why developers will want to choose IBM Cloud as their cloud platform of choice.
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Articles 01 Nov 2017
Build your skills in IoT development by developing a Healthy Habits Tracker
Build your IoT development skills quickly and easily. In just four steps, learn how you can build a healthy habits tracker system. You learn how to assemble the IoT device, connecting several components from an IoT developer kit, and then you learn how to configure the ESP8266 microcontroller. After getting your IoT device connected to an IoT Platform, you get your Java IoT app running locally and in the cloud.
Tutorial 31 Oct 2017
Anatomy of an IoT malware attack
If you have IoT devices in your home, or on your corporate network (or both), they are under attack. They might have already been attacked and compromised. And you might not even know. In this article, I will address these three questions: What does an IoT device look like under the hood, what does an IoT malware attack look like, and what do you do to protect your IoT devices from attack?
Articles 31 Oct 2017
IoT 201: Building skills in IoT development
Continue building your skills in developing IoT solutions with this developerWorks next-steps developer guide. IoT 201 is for application developers who are taking the next steps in using Internet of Things technologies to build new and innovative apps.
Articles 31 Oct 2017
Reader and editor picks! Top Connect series content
Connecting to the cloud was big in 2016 for IBM middleware users and continues to be in 2017 as more environments move to the cloud. Learn which Connect series articles our readers and editor chose as their favorites from the developerWorks library.
Articles 31 Oct 2017
Editor's picks: Top five WebSphere Liberty tutorials
If there is one thing that IBM WebSphere Liberty gives you, it's the freedom, and flexibility, to dynamically create applications both on-premises and in the cloud. This article highlights the top five tutorials in developerWorks for WebSphere Liberty.
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Articles 31 Oct 2017
Hosted VMware environments and recovery solutions in IBM Bluemix Local System, Part 1: Getting started with hosted VMware environments
With the release of IBM Bluemix Local System and PureApplication System firmware V2.2.3, you can create automatically configured hosted VMware environments for more flexibility on how you run and manage your workloads. This series of articles provides a step-by-step guide for users of the W1500, W2500, W3500, and W3550 models to work with these advanced capabilities. In Part 1, you get started with creating and deploying hosted VMware environments in Bluemix Local System. Specifically, you learn how to allocate resources, configure external access to VMware components, and configure and deploy virtual machines in VMware.
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Tutorial 30 Oct 2017
Use Clojure to write OpenWhisk actions, Part 3: Improve your OpenWhisk Clojure applications
In the previous two tutorials, you learned how to write a basic OpenWhisk Clojure application. In Part 3, I'll show you how to improve any such application. First, you'll learn how to support arguments that include double quotes. Then you'll learn how to use a permanent database (Cloudant) instead of a variable to store the information.
Articles 30 Oct 2017
Build your first blockchain network with cryptographic material from your own certificate authority (CA)
Learn how to configure, test, and validate the Hyperledger Fabric "first-network" blockchain sample with custom-provisioned cryptographic material that you obtain from a well-known external certificate authority for root and intermediate certificates. In the process, you'll learn how to build your first network (BYFN) to suit the unique needs of your organization.
Articles 30 Oct 2017
Hosted VMware environments and recovery solutions in IBM Bluemix Local System, Part 2: Setting up a PureApplication Software workload environment
With the release of IBM Bluemix Local System and PureApplication System firmware V2.2.3, you can create automatically configured hosted VMware environments for more flexibility on how you run and manage your workloads. This tutorial series provides a step-by-step guide for users of the Bluemix Local System W1500, W2500, W3500, and W3550 models to work with these advanced capabilities. In Part 2, you install and configure a PureApplication Software workload environment.
Tutorial 30 Oct 2017
Hosted VMware environments and recovery solutions in IBM Bluemix Local System, Part 3: Building a disaster recovery solution with PureApplication Software
With the release of IBM Bluemix Local System and PureApplication System firmware V2.2.3, you can create automatically configured hosted VMware environments for more flexibility on how you run and manage your workloads. This series of articles provides a step-by-step guide for users of the Bluemix Local System W1500, W2500, W3500, and W3550 models to work with these advanced capabilities. In Part 3, you set up disaster recovery and learn how to perform three different disaster recovery procedures.
Tutorial 30 Oct 2017
Configure multifactor authentication for Bluemix Node.js applications
Passwords are not a complete security solution; they can be stolen or shared. In this tutorial, you learn how to use a random string delivered by email as a second authentication factor. I also discuss several methods for risk analysis, which is used by the application to decide whether a second factor is warranted.
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Articles 27 Oct 2017
Refactor existing monolithic applications to microservices one bite at a time, Part 5: Refactoring to microservices
This 5-part series breaks down the complex problem of refactoring monoliths into microservices step-by-step. In Part 5, you refactor the monolithic source of the Daytrader3 application to microservices that you can separately manage, deploy, and scale. Download the original and refactored monoliths!
Tutorial 26 Oct 2017
The top ten security articles you need to read
In this article, I write about great resources that you should keep in your arsenal. I tried to get something for everyone, so whether you're a developer, an administrator, or even just someone who's interested in how security vulnerabilities occur and what can be done about it, this list covers all of this and more.
Articles 26 Oct 2017
Manage account approval in an OpenWhisk application
This tutorial shows you how to write an application that allows users to self register, and then have their accounts approved or declined by an administrator.
Tutorial 26 Oct 2017
Offloading your Informix data in Spark, Part 4: Leverage data against other data sources
In Part 4 of this tutorial series, you'll learn how to link external and public data to your existing data to gain insights for your sales team. In this scenario for retail sales, you'll learn how to forecast the hot sales areas for new wins.
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Articles 25 Oct 2017
Editor's picks: Top 10 Bluemix tutorials for business process management
Here are my top 10 editor's picks of content published on developerWorks about using IBM® Bluemix with business process management solutions. Whether using the Business Rules services in Bluemix, or integrating IBM Watson-related services with your IBM Business Process Manager environment, there are many ways to get started with Bluemix and your current business process and decision management solutions.
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Articles 25 Oct 2017
Increase productivity with five Cloud Foundry plugins
Cloud Foundry is the industry-standard open source cloud application platform for developing and deploying enterprise cloud applications. By taking advantage of the Cloud Foundry command-line interface (CLI), you can install plugins that will increase your productivity by allowing you to develop cloud apps locally, show live statistics of your Cloud Foundry distribution, save time normally required to copy and paste cloud app URLs, and more.
Articles 23 Oct 2017
Performance of Scylla running on IBM Power Systems
Scylla is an open source NoSQL database that is compatible with Apache Cassandra. Scylla offers several key advantages over Cassandra such as scalability and better performance. Scylla was tested with IBM POWER8 processor-based servers and superior throughput and latency was achieved with both database read and write operations. This article describes the tests that were done with IBM POWER processor-based servers, the performance results, and the value of IBM POWER processor-based servers for Scylla.
Articles 23 Oct 2017
Top 10 editor's picks for IBM Operational Decision Manager
See top 10 editor's picks of IBM Operational Decision Manager content published on developerWorks, updated to include some of the best tutorials published in the past year.
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Articles 17 Oct 2017
Top 10 editor's picks for IBM Business Process Manager
See top 10 editor's picks of IBM Business Process Manager content published on developerWorks, updated to include some of the best tutorials published in the past year.
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Articles 17 Oct 2017
Turn your smartphone into a sensor and an actuator
In this tutorial, you will learn how you can use the Watson IoT Platform to build a simple IoT solution by turning your smartphone into a sensor (reading and sending data) but also into an actuator (reading and acting on data).
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Articles 16 Oct 2017
Four strategies to version APIs and services
To manage and maintain any runtime system, you need a comprehensive versioning strategy. Without a clear strategy in place, how do you know which services and APIs are deployed and which version to use? This article highlights four strategies to help you manage API and service interfaces and implementations.
Articles 16 Oct 2017
Running Node-RED on IBM i: Installation and first flow
Node-RED is flow-based programming environment, providing a browser-based editor that makes it easy to wire together devices, APIs, and online services. Node-RED is built on Node.js (now available on IBM i), taking full advantage of its event-driven, non-blocking model. This article explains how to install and run Node-RED on your IBM i system and introduces the basics of Node-RED flow creation.
Articles 16 Oct 2017
Building distributed applications with ZeroMQ, Part 1: Leverage ZeroMQ to build distributed applications
In this three-part series, we are going to look at a very elegant solution to an extremely common problem on how to send and receive messages across the network efficiently and securely. In the age of cloud-based computing and 'Internet of Things' devices, this type of security is a critical need, so it makes sense to have something in your tool belt that will allow you to add this important capability to your applications.
Articles 16 Oct 2017
Introduction to IBM Connections Customizer
IBM Connections Customizer, soon to be released, is a new feature that lets developers modify the look and behavior of Connections easily and comprehensively. The Introduction to Connections Customizer tutorial series is a quick way learn about Customizer before it launches. The fifth video in the series shows how to use Customizer design properties to make sophisticated modifications to the Customizer user interface.
Videos 13 Oct 2017
Go code-free! Create an API in IBM App Connect and call it from IBM Business Process Manager
Integrating any valuable business process can often be one of the hardest parts of a project. In the same way that IBM Business Process Manager (IBM BPM) helps developers create powerful business process solutions with minimal and ideally no code, IBM App Connect does for sales and marketing with integration. This article explores how to create an API in App Connect and then create a reusable, external service to call the API in IBM BPM.
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Tutorial 13 Oct 2017
Train a software agent to behave rationally with reinforcement learning
Learn about reinforcement learning, a subfield of machine learning with which you can train software agents to behave rationally in an environment. In this article, you'll delve into the technology and discover some of the problem areas to which you can apply it.
Articles 11 Oct 2017
Develop, govern, and operate your business network with the IBM Blockchain Platform
The IBM Blockchain Platform simplifies the development, governance, and operation of a decentralized network across multiple companies or institutions forming a business ecosystem. It enables all members to quickly achieve the common goal of activating and collaboratively governing their network so they can get on with conducting, innovating, and deriving value from their business transactions. Learn how to get started.
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Articles 11 Oct 2017
Java 8 idioms: Java knows your type
The Java compiler is more than capable of inferring type, so why not let it? Learn how to use type inference in lambda expressions, and get tips for improving parameter naming.
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Articles 11 Oct 2017
IBM RFE Community, Release 21
Find out what's new in the RFE Community. With Release 21, the RFE Community provides new features that keep you up to date on the requests you're watching and are interested in.
Articles 08 Oct 2017
Hyperledger Composer basics, Part 1: Model and test your blockchain network
Hyperledger Composer is a tool for quickly building blockchain business networks and prototyping blockchain applications. This tutorial gets you started using it.
Articles 05 Oct 2017
Five facts you may not know about Cloud Foundry
While various new container orchestration platforms have increasingly been released in the past two years with the introduction of Docker Swarm and Kubernetes, the first and still most popular container-based Platform-as-a-Service, Cloud Foundry (CF), continues to gain adoption and continues to innovate on all fronts. This article summarizes the current state of adoption of CF while highlighting, and in some cases demystifying, some important facts about CF that may often get overlooked in the current container platforms landscape.
Articles 03 Oct 2017
DevOps with controls
You can have it all: quicker releases and security. In this article, learn about a discovery-focused, event-driven automation approach for controls to keep your organization safe in the cloud.
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Articles 03 Oct 2017
Migrating from Watson Retrieve and Rank to Discovery, Part 1: Migrating from Watson Retrieve and Rank to Watson Discovery Service
This tutorial guides you through the process of creating and training a Watson Discovery Service with sample data. This tutorial uses the same data set used in the Retrieve and Rank "Getting Started Tutorial" but you can use the same approach to create a service instance that uses your own data.
Articles 03 Oct 2017
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Articles 03 Oct 2017
Big-brained data, Part 2: Apply the software development lifecycle to the data that feeds AI applications
Apply the iterative software development lifecycle (SDLC) to data for artificial intelligence (AI) and cognitive applications. Improve your systems for sourcing and assessment of data sets, and controlling dimensionality, all the way through the evaluation that feeds each iteration in the cycle.
Articles 02 Oct 2017
Intro to IBM Bluemix Continuous Delivery, Part 2: Deploy an app that uses a Bluemix service
In this introductory series on Bluemix and Bluemix Continuous Delivery, you'll discover how using these products can prevent you from wasting time. Using the simple app created in Part 1, learn how to deploy an app that makes use of a Bluemix service in Part 2. Continue to Part 3, where you learn how to write code that uses the new Bluemix service. In Part 4, learn how to use the Delivery Pipeline service to deploy your app to Bluemix automatically whenever you or someone else on your team pushes code to your project's repository.
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Articles 02 Oct 2017
How WebSphere Application Server V8.x handles poison messages
This article describes how IBM WebSphere Application Server Version 8.x handles poison JMS messages, looks at the behaviour of both the default messaging provider and the IBM WebSphere MQ messaging provider, and provides information on how the default behaviour can be changed.
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Articles 01 Oct 2017
Learn Linux, 101: Maintain system time
Learn how to set your Linux system clock and synchronize your time with an Internet NTP time server. You can use the material in this tutorial to study for the LPI 102 exam for Linux system administrator certification or to learn for fun.
Tutorial 27 Sep 2017
Set up a basic Apache Cassandra architecture
Learn how to configure and install a distributed Apache Cassandra database with high availability, the ability to handle petabytes of data with no single point of failure and low read and write latency. Such databases are used by many large companies and institutions looking for a high service level in their database solutions.
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Articles 27 Sep 2017
Big-brained data, Part 1: Pay attention to the data to get the most out of artificial intelligence, machine learning, and cognitive computing
Gain a sound understanding of the crucial role of data in the development of artificial intelligence and cognitive applications, and how this importance has developed throughout the history of AI, though not always explicitly acknowledged. Learn how the quality and quantity of available data can make all the difference in pattern analysis and training. AI is experiencing a resurgence on the web, but the understanding that a good data corpus is the lifeblood of any AI is not widespread. Learn to avoid the enormous danger from AI doing more harm than good if problems of bias and statistical skew propagate from the data corpus. Gain an edge in developing successful AI applications by understanding the role of data in various AI techniques, and the characteristics of data sets that support those techniques.
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Articles 27 Sep 2017
Introduction to IBM Connections Customizer
IBM Connections Customizer, soon to be released, is a new feature that lets developers modify the look and behavior of Connections easily and comprehensively. The Introduction to Connections Customizer tutorial series is a quick way learn about Customizer before it launches. The fourth video in the series shows how three sample customizations were created, to showcase the range of customization possibilities the new feature makes available.
Videos 27 Sep 2017
ISV solution ecosystem for Hortonworks on IBM Power Systems
This article provides a list of ISV solutions that can augment the capabilities of Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP) running on Linux on IBM Power Systems. Solutions cover many categories including business intelligence (BI) tools, advanced analytics, and so on.
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Articles 27 Sep 2017
Introduction to IBM Connections Customizer
IBM Connections Customizer, soon to be released, is a new feature that lets developers modify the look and behavior of Connections easily and comprehensively. The Introduction to Connections Customizer tutorial series is a quick way learn about Customizer before it launches. The third video in the series shows you how to get set up on IBM Connections Cloud, how to enable Customizer, and how to share your customizations with IBM.
Videos 26 Sep 2017
Introduction to IBM Connections Customizer
IBM Connections Customizer, soon to be released, is a new feature that lets developers modify the look and behavior of Connections easily and comprehensively. The Introduction to Connections Customizer tutorial series is a quick way learn about Customizer before it launches. The second video in the series shows you how to use the Firefox Grease Monkey scripting extension and takes you through creating a Hello World customization.
Videos 26 Sep 2017
Introduction to IBM Connections Customizer
IBM Connections Customizer, soon to be released, is a new feature that lets developers modify the look and behavior of Connections easily and comprehensively. The Introduction to Connections Customizer tutorial series is a quick way learn about Customizer before it launches. The first video in the series introduces the concepts behind Customizer, how it works, and what it can do for you.
Videos 26 Sep 2017
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