My last blog post was about Watson Speech to Text language model customization and this blog post is about IBM Cloud Watson Text to Speech (TTS) custom voice model configuration. Because, now it's time to have some fun with the Watson TTS service. I created a fun customisation of the service that the German pronunciation sounds a little bit like the palatinate dialect. Here are the differences with two wav file I created with a custom Watson to Text to Speech voice model.
This blog post contains a simply example to create a Virtual Private Cloud and a Kubernetes Cluster on IBM Cloud using Terraform.
This blog post is a short cheat sheet to remember how to configure the access to a GitLab project on IBM Cloud from a local computer. An important part in that situation is you need to configure a ssh key for your computer and save this key in GitLab on IBM Cloud. The remaining parts is how... Continue Reading →
This is a simple cheat sheet which has these two simple objectives: How to create a group in this GitLab instance and add a member.How to create a project for that group. You need an IBM Cloud Account to access the internal IBM Cloud GitLab and you need to see this in context with the... Continue Reading →
This blog post is a (bigger) cheat sheet about: - How to setup a simple Ngnix as a load balancer on a Virtual Server Instance (VSI) that runs in a Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)? - How to configure a Red Hat OpenShift project, to allow a REST endpoint invocation of an application inside the OpenShift project from a VSI instance that runs in the same VPC as the Red Hat OpenShift cluster?
This blog post is about automating the creation of a Red Hat OpenShift cluster on IBM Cloud in a Virtual Private Cloud. I used bash scripting with the IBM Cloud CLI and and the associated IBM Cloud CLI plugins vpc-infrastructure and kubernetes-service. I also use jq to handle json output.
This blog post is about some basic thoughts when you going to use a Red Hat OpenShift cluster as a service on IBM Cloud or on any other cloud provider.
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 blog post contains some of the implementation details of an example Bash script to automate the setup for an IBM Cloud App ID service instance. For details, visit this GitHub project.
This is a cheat sheet about, how to setup a virtual machine or virtual appliance in an IBM Cloud virtual private cloud (vpc) on a virtual server instance (vsi) with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 minimal install (RHEL8) as host operating system and a Ubuntu Linux operating system for the virtual machine or virtual appliance.