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Istio 1.4 improves user experience and simplifies managing clusters

By Mariam John | Updated January 23, 2020 | Published January 23, 2020

Istio 1.4 includes a new Istio operator, new Istio controller, new `v1beta1` authorization policy, automatic mutual Transport Layer Security (TLS) support, and updates to `istioctl`.

Open Innovation Stories: Tamar Eilam and how Istio become a microservices rallying point

By IBM Developer staff | Updated January 23, 2020 | Published January 23, 2020

Learn about an IBM Fellow's open source microservices mesh platform that helps customers with the entire microservices lifecycle.

A 'fail fast' solution for end-to-end machine learning

By Chekuri S. Choudary | Updated January 16, 2020 | Published January 16, 2020

Learn about an end-to-end machine learning pipeline, which can be built using Pythonic frameworks, that allows you to fail fast at TeraScale data levels.

Announcing new data sets on the IBM Data Asset eXchange

By Vijay Bommireddipalli, Frederick Reiss, Gabriela de Queiroz, Nick Pentreath | Updated January 13, 2020 | Published January 13, 2020

Learn about new data sets and features recently released on the IBM Data Asset eXchange.

Top 5 developer trends in 2019

By Greg Gorman | Updated January 10, 2020 | Published January 10, 2020

Based on our top-viewed content created in 2019, you love containers, want to use AI, are trying to wrap your heads around blockchain, use Node.js…

Monitor Kubernetes with Sysdig

By David Bowen | Updated January 8, 2020 | Published January 8, 2020

Learn more about using labels on your Kubernetes objects to better view your infrastructure in Sysdig.

Using Ubuntu on IBM Z and LinuxONE

By Frank Heimes | Updated December 20, 2019 | Published December 20, 2019

An Ubuntu expert describes what the latest distribution has to offer those who are working on the IBM mainframes.

Live coding at Codemotion Berlin

By Miriam Oglesby | Updated December 20, 2019 | Published December 20, 2019

More than 1,200 developers attended to listen to 70 speakers on topics that included AI, machine learning, software architecture, DevOps, mobile, cybersecurity, and more.