This blog post is about IBM Cloud Watson Speech to Text (STT) language model customization. Currently I took a look at the IBM Cloud Watson Assistant service used to build conversational assistants. A conversation leads potentially to speech input of users, which needs to be converted to text to be processed using AI for example the NLU.
In that blog post we use the IasCable framework to create a Virtual Private Cloud and a Red Hat OpenShift cluster on IBM Cloud. I covered the starting point for the IasCable framework in my last blog post “Get started with an installable component infrastructure by selecting components from a catalog of available modules with IasCable“
This blog post contains a simply example to create a Virtual Private Cloud and a Kubernetes Cluster on IBM Cloud using Terraform.
That blog post is a simple cheat sheet, how to deploy a containerized application to OpenShift. We using an existing container image on a public Quay Repository and the OpenShift CLI.
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.
This content is outdated! Please follow the links inside the blog post to get the actual information about current definition of an IBM Cloud Lite Account.
The motivation for that blog post is: When I support Hackathons I notice there's often a leak of programming knowledge and building UIs, but they have awesome ideas.
In this new blog post I want to address a common situation I see students facing: there are several cloud providers and you want to check out the different platforms. The reason is you want to be prepared; for example working with cloud resources related to courses at your university or for a hackathon. One of these cloud providers is IBM Cloud and this blog post is about how to get started with IBM Cloud.
In this blog post I want to point out that I noticed that the IBM Cloud Container Registry is deprecating container builds.
In this blog post I want to highlight the news, that our tutorial Get your Java Microservice up and running is now available on IBM Developer.