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This course provides an introduction to Microclimate, an end-to-end development environment that lets you rapidly create, edit, and deploy applications that run in containers. Microclimate can be installed locally, or on IBM Cloud Private, where you can create a pipeline for continuous integration and delivery. In this course, you learn how to quickly set up a development environment for working with Microclimate, and import a sample application. Using the Integrated Jenkins pipeline and Github, you also learn how to deploy a microservice application to IBM Cloud Private. If you choose to take this course and earn the Coursera course certificate, you will also earn an IBM digital badge. To find out more about IBM digital badges follow the link http://ibm.biz/badging....

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RY

Jun 01, 2019

Thank you for the detailed course on microclimate. However I suggest updating the Content on Deploying Microclimate on ICP. It seem to be out dated.

SP

Feb 14, 2019

Course is informative but very short in understanding. However it's good resource to learn quickly.

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par JUAN C R G

Apr 16, 2019

very short, but well explained, also some task cannot be done for cloud payments

par sarath

May 18, 2019

thanks for this KT.

par Pratik G C

Dec 09, 2018

The course content is good but the course instructors could do more to improve the engagement level of students

par Meenakshi J

Mar 31, 2019

Mostly related to IBM Cloud Private & Microclimate. Good learning curve, but much of links are broken and content is outdated.

par Theodore G

Aug 01, 2019

Some presentations need to be updated.

par Remko d K

Aug 09, 2019

of the 4 courses in the specialization this was the only one that was just bad and not relevant