Here you can find some technical documentation for services, use cases, and guidelines, that we think are useful or we had worked on. Browse for user guides, developer guides, toolkits or tutorials.
Tutorials overview on IBM Cloud products
This part of the user documentation contains a series of introductory tutorials to help you begin building your applications in an automated fashion.
We’ll give you some reading material for those who are interested in IBM Cloud. If you follow these steps at the end of these tutorials you will have a cluster with Apacha, Jenkins, NGINX and MariaDB up and running.
Deploy NGINX on IBM Cloud
At the end of the tutorial you will have a cluster with an NGINX web server.
Deploy Apache on IBM Cloud
At the end of the tutorial you will have a cluster with an Apache up and running.
Install MariaDB on IBM Cloud
At the end of the tutorial you will have a cluster with MariaDB up and running. IBM Cloud uses Bitnami charts to deploy MariaDB on with helm
Deploy AutoAI on IBM Cloud
Using Watson Studio’s new feature, you can build and deploy a machine learning model without writing a single line of code. The tool does most of the work for you.
Jenkins on IBM Cloud
At the end of the tutorial you will have a cluster with Jenkins up and running.
5 things we have learned using IBM Cloud solutions
1. It is quick, we mean really QUICK
If you follow the steps we described before, you will see how fast it is to start your own webshop. It takes only a few hours to set up all these resources.
2. Easy to use
Cloud service providers supply a wide range of products and services. We know how tiring it can be to find the ones, that you need. So stop looking because IBM Cloud makes it easy.
Even if at first you do not properly assess your hosting needs or there is an increased demand around the holidays you can easily add more storage to your server without long-term commitment. It’s only a few clicks away.
5. Lower expenses
We’ve already established that in-house servers need a larger investment at the beginning, after that you also have to finance the running operational costs like power, cooling and the wage of a system administrator. With cloud hosting the initial costs are lower and with the pay-as-you-go account you only need to pay for the billible services that you use.