Techniques for developers to build apps on IBM Bluemix with microservices

I have a pleasure to recall that, now with Bluemix, IBM’s cloud platform, developers can build apps with microservices that can be written in a wide range of different languages, as well as run on top of a variety of compute platforms. This flexibility expands the number of developers that can work on an app within an enterprise. 

In effect, using Bluemix, developers can choose from a spectrum of languages, frameworks and platforms. The platform offers developers a range of languages with which they can build microservices, such as Node.js or Java, and a variety of open standards-based platforms on which to run an app, including Cloud Foundry and Bluemix OpenWhisk, IBM’s serverless platform.


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