IBM Bluemix Liberty Buildpack and Spring Boot Applications for "Auto-Scale" and "Monitoring" Services
It turns out the Agent within the IBM Liberty buildpack isn't quite picking up application WAR files created using Spring Boot and hence "Monitoring and Analytics" and " (more...)
After a short introduction of the main business drivers behind the new architectures and the panel by Arun Gupta, it was time for Mano Marks (more...)
Job ID field is implemented with Input Search. It is based on value/label pair, user enters label and in (more...)
Going from 11g to 12c, some things have significantly changed in the SOAINFRA schema. For example, your normal partners in helping with "what happened with my process?" type of queries, like the component_instance, and bpm_process tables, have become obsolete. On the other (more...)
To navigate to it perform the following steps:
1. Log into your Bluemix dedicated or local instance web console
2. Click on the Status link which (more...)
Here is CRUD sample UI running with Oracle JET 2.0.1 and interacting with ADF BC (more...)
You can deploy this to Bluemix by simply using the "Deploy to Bluemix" button as shown below.
Once deployed you have a Swagger UI enabled REST endpoints to consume as shown below.
Application once deployed on Bluemix
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New features in v 5.0:
1. Redesigned (more...)
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First of all, what are partially applied functions? There’s a little bit of theory here. The concept of partially applying functions stems from the functional way of programming. There it’s tightly linked with a concept called currying. Currying says that every function can be written as a function with only one parameter. By currying and un-currying you can achieve this goal. If this sounds very hard and complex, do not fear, in essence it’s quite (more...)
OpenWhisk is a new event-driven platform that lets developers quickly and easily build feature-rich apps that automatically trigger responses to events. To read more about it view the link below. In this simple example we will explore it it's use from IBM Bluemix by returning Todays date.
1. Login to Bluemix using http://bluemix.net
2. Click on "Try OpenWhisk" as shown below
3. Once logged in to the new (more...)
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Listen to Numenta's story from Jeff Hawkins:
Maybe I shouldn’t have written about flexible security, because I immediately starting hitting inflexible security, locking me out.
Today’s fail is courtesy of MailChimp.com, which I use for my newsletters. It’s OK that they decided they want a confirmation when I log on to my account from India, but it is not OK that they require a text message passcode with no other option.
I have my phone in flight mode, because I don’t (more...)