Hi and welcome to my first post of 2018!
If you’ve not been here before, then my blog is intended to provide a curated set of links to news and features which have recently been posted on sites such as the IBM Cloud Blog, IBM developerWorks and Thoughts on Cloud.
2018 looks set to be another year where cloud computing will dominate IT news and with the constant innovation and new services being deployed, it’s an exciting part of the industry to work in and I’m looking forward to seeing what the year holds and hopefully sharing some insights here.
Anyhow, on to those links and first up, a piece that I wrote late last year that was published on Thoughts on Cloud:
To follow that up, and with the passing of 2017, here’s a link to some top picks from the year, including announcements, how-to’s and innovative use cases, to help you prepare for what’s to come in IBM Cloud next year: Your top 2017 IBM Cloud picks
OK, on to this week’s links.
- Connecting your Kubernetes cluster to on-premises resources
- Data-in-use Protection on IBM Cloud – IBM, Intel, and Fortanix partner to keep enterprises secure to the core
- Bare metal: The powerful foundation of IBM Cloud
- Announcing IBM Key Protect London Region Release on IBM Cloud
- Introducing IBM Cloud Certificate Manager – Manage SSL/TLS Certificates for your apps
- Increase Data Control, Choose EU Support for Your Cloud Apps
- Integrate and Analyze Diagnostic Logs with IBM Cloud Log Analysis
- Happy Birthday Watson Discovery
- Introducing Docker Enterprise Edition for IBM Cloud
- New Node.js 8 runtime for IBM Cloud Functions
- Watson Knowledge Studio is now Generally Available on IBM Cloud
- Bring your own private IP addresses to the cloud using IBM Container Service
- How do I monitor my IBM Cloud applications?
- Webinar: Don’t go it alone! Accelerate IBM Cloud Private adoption with proven roadmaps
- Introducing Serverless Composition for IBM Cloud Functions
- Common questions about microservices
For the developers our there, IBM has created IBM Code. This is a developerWorks microsite, which brings you code patterns, regular tech talks, open source projects and new on upcoming events. It’s well worth checking out. There’s also the opportunity to join the IBM Coder Program.
Well, that’s it for now. I hope you enjoy reading some of these articles – look out for some more coming your way soon.
Best wishes and good luck in 2018,