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by Sébastien Llaurency, Sylvain Carta, Yvon-Marie Avril | Published January 30, 2019
API ManagementArtificial intelligenceConversationLinuxMicroservicesNode.jsCloudHybrid Cloud
Discover a new way to work with IBM LinuxONE systems. This code pattern shows how to build and deploy a cognitive microservice with IBM Cloud Private running in the IBM LinuxONE Community Cloud. It uses REST APIs to deploy services through a simple conversation in human natural language to an IBM LinuxONE system.
IBM Cloud Private is a private cloud platform for developing and running workloads locally. It’s an integrated environment that enables you to design, develop, deploy, and manage on-premises, containerized cloud applications behind a firewall.
In this code pattern, you’ll create a cognitive service with an IBM Watson Assistant service in IBM Cloud and load a pre-defined corpus. You’ll code and create a Docker image (Node.js application-based microservice) and publish it to the IBM Cloud Private Docker registry, then configure and run a container based on the previous Docker image from the IBM Cloud Private catalog. A chatbot interface allows you to talk with the IBM LinuxONE System to deploy cloud services.
After you complete this code pattern, you’ll understand how to:
Find the detailed steps for this pattern in the readme file. The steps will show you how to:
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