Keeping up with all that’s going on at the summer Olympics in Rio
can seem challenging enough to be an Olympic event unto itself, which means those of us who have lives (jobs, families, etc.) often rely on the daily roundups that appear on TV and the web.
Similarly, IBM Bluemix and its related technologies can be Olympic in their complexity, so if you’re looking for the latest news and views on Bluemix, there’s no better place to turn than the Bluemix Blog. This is one of the most lively blogs at IBM — the ideal place to keep up with IBM’s robust Platform as a Service (PaaS). It’s packed with useful information on Bluemix and related technologies: product news, tips and techniques, events, insightful perspectives, and more.
Recent posts include:
- Shyam Purkayastha’s two-part post, which shows you how to build a real-time recommendation engine for advising on travel decisions using Bluemix and PubNub.
- An update on the Bluemix Garage Method homepage, which has been redesigned to help you find the information that you need for your DevOps transformation journey.
- Announcement of the General Availability (GA) of IBM Graph, a Bluemix service that helps you set up graph databases in the Cloud, quickly and easily.
- Bluemix Marketing Director Sara Strope recounts how she used data to improve her performance in Ironman competitions, and explores how IBM is working with the US Cycling Women’s Team Pursuit to use real-time data collection and wearable devices to feed live performance.
And there’s lots more where that came from. So be sure to check the blog often to stay abreast of the action … when you’re not focused on Rio, that is.
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