IBM Watson Assistant is a SaaS offering from IBM to build conversational assistants. IBM Watson Assistant is using artificial intelligence which helps to understand users in context, to provide them easy and fast, consistent, and accurate answers across various applications, devices, or channels. IBM Watson Assistant is built on natural language understanding (NLU), natural language processing (NLP) and machine learning (ML). The first version was already very good, and IBM clients and partners were starting to take these advantages; for example Watson Assistant was used at the International Space Station. Here you can find some more details: CIMON brings AI to the International Space Station. Based on the feedback from clients, the IBM development and design team has created a brand new experience and added new functionalities to the service for example they expanded the integration possibilities with extensions. In this blog post I focus especially on custom extensions development and setup.
This "blog post"/"cheat sheet" is about "Open the door for root users in OpenShift (example StatefulSet)". The topic is in context of two blog posts I wrote called Run a PostgreSQL container as a non-root user in OpenShift and Open the door for root users in Red Hat OpenShift¶.
This "blog post"/"cheat sheet" is about "Open the door for root users in OpenShift". The topic is in context of an older blog post I wrote called Run a PostgreSQL container as a non-root user in OpenShift. Let's look for the opposite perspective this blog post.
This cheat sheet is an extension to a blog post I made which is called: Configure a project in an IBM Cloud Red Hat OpenShift cluster to access the IBM Cloud Container Registry . In that related blog post we used the IBM Cloud Container registry to get the container images to run our example application. Now in this cheat sheet we will use the Red Hat OpenShift internal container registry and the Docker build strategy to deploy the same example application to OpenShift.
This cheat sheet is about, how to configure a project in an IBM Cloud Red Hat OpenShift to access the IBM Cloud Container Registry. We use an image pull secret to access container images from IBM Cloud Container Registries. The cheat sheet combines different steps, which are available in the IBM Cloud documentation.
It’s awesome we just created 10 hours of live recordings, which are built on experience, about application security. That learning journey was made by the IBM Developer Hybrid Cloud Build Team from IBM and I am a part of that team. We put together great content for you. By the way, I was responsible for the content ;-). I also has been the moderator for most of the sessions and I also gave sessions by myself. The learning journey is called #ApplicationSecurityLearningJourney.
When you run a containerized application on a container orchestration platform like Kubernetes, Open Shift or with a serverless framework like Knative or Code Engine or on other platforms, it is helpful to pass endpoints to other applications to the containerized application by using environment variables. When the container will be restarted, these variables can be provided to the container and no adjustment in the source code is necessary. You can use configmaps or in Code Engine simple the environment variable itself.
This short blog post is about my perspective related to, how to get technical started with white box security testing, when you use SonarQube.
This blog post is about the last 14 min video for my YouTube playlist related to the hands-on tutorial "Develop a Kubernetes app by using Tekton delivery pipelines". In this video we do the final setup of the toolchain and then we execute a Tekton pipeline.