Daniel Krook

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Daniel Krook is a New York area Software Engineer and Developer Advocate at IBM. He works with customers and the community to create first-of-a-kind solutions based on open source cloud technology, most recently building serverless applications with Apache OpenWhisk. He has been recognized as an IBM and Open Group Distinguished IT Specialist, Senior Technical Staff Member, Master Inventor, and Member of the IBM Academy of Technology.

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Build your Call for Code application with The Weather Company APIs

As part of the Call for Code global initiative, The Weather Company is providing free access to weather APIs for the first time. These APIs...

Serverless in banking: Optimize existing apps and build new ones faster

Our new developer journey, Automatically scale to handle peaks in banking transaction demand, shows you the real-world benefits of implementing a serverless architecture for a...

Quick introduction to serverless development with OpenWhisk

I recently gave a five minute talk on serverless development with OpenWhisk. Check out the video, slides, and transcript. Contact me with any questions.

Analyze streaming Message Hub records with OpenWhisk

In many of today's cloud-native applications, data is generated at huge volumes and is used to link highly distributed services. Apache Kafka provides a system...

Analyze Cloudant database changes with OpenWhisk

In many of today's cloud-native applications, data is generated at huge volumes. It's often collected as a raw feed of information that must be replicated,...

Autoscale your REST APIs with OpenWhisk

If you had implemented your backend logic as individual microservices deployed to a serverless platform like OpenWhisk, the system could have autoscaled to match demand...

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Moving a PHP application to DB2 from MySQL, Part 4: Deploy your application

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Moving a PHP application to DB2 from MySQL, Part 3: Convert your PHP code

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Moving a PHP application to DB2 from MySQL, Part 2: Migrate your data

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IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal: Pair J2EE with PHP to implement a common Web application infrastructure

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