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IBM Bluemix container Service added for developing Cognitive Apps

IBM  has announced the new container services in its cloud platform Bluemix to increase the speed and reduce the complexities of the services.These services can help developers in building and manage more secure and cognitive apps.The container-based services are available on the IBM Cloud, this service basically uses kubernetes- it is an open source container with Docker engine.The Bluemix container service will automatically update, provisions and monitors the containers that developers use for creating an app and help them in building cognitive innovations that influence in security intelligence in real-time scenarios. Some of the advantages like developers are moving towards microservices, container allowing the teams for iterating, delivering and operating on the components of an app, container based without depending on infrastructure or the cloud provider have made developers easy in creating apps.IBM has made sure to add some security features for providing developers for building security inside the for container-based apps that are running in the kubernetes clusters.“Building microservices with containers helps developers to do what they do best – invent – by creating and stitching together different services that work in tandem,” said Jason McGee, IBM Fellow, VP, IBM Cloud. “Our service does this in a simple, straightforward way by using Kubernetes to automate critical parts of an app’s environment, while giving developers the ability to build in cognitive intelligence, blockchain, and Internet of Things services.”Key features added to the IBM Bluemix container service are:Fully-managed and highly available Kubernetes clusters Completely native Kubernetes APIsThe choice to store and access data Flexible isolation and capacity controls Built-in security scanning Automatic load balancing A comprehensive view and analysis of each container cluster’s performance metrics An open, standardized platform Rapid access to cloud services“It’s fantastic that IBM is progressing open technology by drawing on a major community project – Kubernetes – as the foundation of its new container service,” said Alexis Richardson, technical oversight committee chairman of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation and Weaveworks CEO. “Using the flexibility and control of both Kubernetes and Bluemix, we expect to see a greater number of developers accessing and taking advantage of cognitive services and Watson APIs to build apps.”Over 150 tools, Services for data analytics, APIs, mobile Watson, security blockchain and IoT and much more are featured in the cloud platform.

IBM Bluemix container Service added for developing Cognitive Apps

By Susan May 30th Mar, 2017
IBM Bluemix container Service added for developing Cognitive Apps

IBM  has announced the new container services in its cloud platform Bluemix to increase the speed and reduce the complexities of the services.These services can help developers in building and manage more secure and cognitive apps.The container-based services are available on the IBM Cloud, this service basically uses kubernetes- it is an open source container with Docker engine.


The Bluemix container service will automatically update, provisions and monitors the containers that developers use for creating an app and help them in building cognitive innovations that influence in security intelligence in real-time scenarios. Some of the advantages like developers are moving towards microservices, container allowing the teams for iterating, delivering and operating on the components of an app, container based without depending on infrastructure or the cloud provider have made developers easy in creating apps.IBM has made sure to add some security features for providing developers for building security inside the for container-based apps that are running in the kubernetes clusters.

Building microservices with containers helps developers to do what they do best – invent – by creating and stitching together different services that work in tandem,” said Jason McGee, IBM Fellow, VP, IBM Cloud. “Our service does this in a simple, straightforward way by using Kubernetes to automate critical parts of an app’s environment, while giving developers the ability to build in cognitive intelligence, blockchain, and Internet of Things services.

Key features added to the IBM Bluemix container service are:


  • Fully-managed and highly available Kubernetes clusters

  • Completely native Kubernetes APIs

  • The choice to store and access data

  • Flexible isolation and capacity controls

  • Built-in security scanning

  • Automatic load balancing

  • A comprehensive view and analysis of each container cluster’s performance metrics

  • An open, standardized platform

  • Rapid access to cloud services


It’s fantastic that IBM is progressing open technology by drawing on a major community project – Kubernetes – as the foundation of its new container service,” said Alexis Richardson, technical oversight committee chairman of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation and Weaveworks CEO. “Using the flexibility and control of both Kubernetes and Bluemix, we expect to see a greater number of developers accessing and taking advantage of cognitive services and Watson APIs to build apps.

Over 150 tools, Services for data analytics, APIs, mobile Watson, security blockchain and IoT and much more are featured in the cloud platform.

Susan

Susan May

Susan is a gamer, internet scholar and an entrepreneur. Being a Big Data and Hadoop developer, speaks at international conferences about Big Data as a key enabler of exploring business insights and economics of services.
Website : https://www.zeolearn.com

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