IBM CLOUD SQL QUERY is a reasonably new service that has appeared in the IBM Cloud catalog. Being a one-time Oracle DBA, where SQL was one of my daily staples, I thought I'd have a closer look.... What is is? SQL Query provides the ability to query data sets that have been uploaded to IBM … Continue reading IBM Cloud SQL Query
IN MY LAST POST, I talked about how the ‘ibmcloud’ CLI tool is useful for development but that I had encountered a number of clients where they had not been able to install it because of an enterprise-wide lockdown on their machines, which meant they could not install any software. To this end, I created … Continue reading Help – My Machine is Locked Down and I Can’t Install the IBM Cloud CLI Tool (Part2)!
When it comes to development on the IBM Cloud, the ‘ibmcloud’ CLI tool is really useful. For those that are not familiar with the tool, it’s a package which you can install on your local machine, that gives you the ability to interact with the IBM Cloud from your local command line, without the need … Continue reading Help – My Machine is Locked Down and I Can’t Install the IBM Cloud CLI Tool!
THE IBM CLOUD is a great place to create secure applications and for a while now, the App ID service has been available to help developers easily add authentication into both web and mobile apps. There are lots of reasons why authentication is useful, for example it allows an app to store user preferences or … Continue reading IBM Cloud App ID Service now Provides App-to-App Authentication
IBM Cloud has just this week launched a brand new infrastructure service - Reserved Virtual Server instances - and if you run (or plan to run) VSIs over a period of 1 or 3 years, these could actually save you a ton of money over the term. What Are They? Reserved Virtual Server Instances are … Continue reading Reserved Virtual Server Instances