Hi! I’m an Adoption Leader on the global IBM Watson and Cloud Platform team. Our mission is to assist clients and users, large and small, in adopting the IBM Watson and Cloud Platform services. Our team has a joint blog to keep users informed and up-to-date on what’s happening across the IBM Watson and Cloud Platform, drawing together articles from sites such as the IBM Cloud Blog, developerWorks and IBM Thoughts on Cloud.
We have the Cloud Adoption Leaders feed on the IBM developerWorks site to syndicate our blogs together and we try to publish new blogs on a weekly basis, bringing you links to interesting articles, tutorials and the latest news to keep you up-to-date on the IBM Watson and Cloud Platform. The advantage of this is that you will get a varied and global perspective each week. All you need to do is just click this link to subscribe.
Here are this weeks links.
- Future Designers Unleash Creativity with AI
- IBM Fueling 2018 Cloud Growth With 1,900 Cloud Patents Plus Blazingly Fast AI-Optimized Chip
- The Benjamin Franklin Method of Reading Programming Books
- Query expansion now available in Watson Discovery
- Hyper-secure DBaaS available as an experimental service on IBM Cloud
- Lift goes from service to CLI
- Supported Kubernetes versions in IBM Cloud Container Service
- New Lite Plan for Mobile Analytics on IBM Cloud
- Administering Your IBM Cloud Account
- Webinar: Deploying microservices apps in IBM Cloud Private
- Build and deploy a MEAN stack application on IBM Cloud
- Use Virtual Servers to build highly available and scalable web app
- Get greater infrastructure visibility with our new post-install monitor tool
- Bring your own Windows licenses to IBM Cloud infrastructure
- How To Install Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP (LAMP) stack on Ubuntu 16.04
- Build a voice-enabled cognitive application with Watson
- Docker essentials: Extend your apps with container
That’s it for this week. I hope that you’ve found these links useful. Don’t forget to click this link to subscribe to the Adoption Leaders feed and join us for some more articles next week.