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Classify Natural Language without a Background in Machine Learning

With the Natural Language Classifier Watson service in IBM Bluemix developers can classify natural language so that, for example, you can build a virtual agent application that answers common quest...

Building an Apache Kafka Messaging Consumer on Bluemix

The Message Hub service on Bluemix is based on Apache Kafka, which is a fast, scalable, and durable real-time messaging engine. For developers there are Java, Node and REST APIs to leverage Kafka. ...

Building an Apache Kafka Messaging Producer on Bluemix

Apache Kafka is a high-throughput distributed messaging system which is getting a lot of attention these days. There is good documentation available that describes Kafka’s functionality and benefit...

One Year of Bluemix.info

One year ago I launched Bluemix.info, a news aggregator for Bluemix developers. Over the last year I’ve published 1004 links to Bluemix related articles written by 279 people. Many Bluemix develope...

Assembling REST APIs with the API Management Service on Bluemix

With the API Management service in Bluemix you can easily manage and monitor APIs. The service can be used as proxy to API implementations where the APIs exposed via the service to developers and t...

Deploying APIs built via Node.js to IBM Bluemix

In my previous article I described how to use Swagger to document APIs in Node.js applications via a simple hello world sample. Below I demonstrate how to deploy the same sample to Bluemix via Dock...

Usage of Swagger in Node.js Applications to document APIs

Last week I described how to use Swagger in Spring Boot applications to document APIs. Below is a quick overview how to do this in Node.js applications. As I wrote earlier I like the model to docu...

Developer Perspective on Cloud Foundry vs Docker on Bluemix

IBM Bluemix supports different ways to package applications and to deploy and run them in the cloud (“compute options”). Developers can choose between Cloud Foundry and Docker. The two models have ...

Management of APIs with IBM Bluemix

In the previous blog entries I described how to develop and document REST APIs with Spring Boot and Swagger and how to deploy Spring Boot applications to Bluemix as Docker containers. Below I go on...

Deploying Spring Boot Applications to Bluemix as Docker Containers

In the previous blog entry I described how to document REST APIs in Spring Boot applications via Swagger. Below I explain how to deploy these applications as Docker containers to IBM Bluemix. As ex...

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