In the previous article (Part 1) we developed and published a basic website with .NET Core, Docker and IBM Cloud Code Engine. In this article I will explain how to build a basic virtual assistant with IBM Watson, integrate it with the website, publish the new image and deploy the new version to IBM Cloud Code Engine. At the end you will have a functional virtual assistant publicly available on the Internet almost with NO code.
Our virtual assistant will be able to assist a New Bank customer with the following:
This is the first of a series of articles that I will publish to understand IBM Cloud and different services which I consider hidden gems including Watson services but also new services like IBM Cloud Code Engine to deploy containerized cloud native workloads.
The objective of this series of articles is to develop a Bank Virtual Assistant using .NET Core which is a supported platform on IBM Cloud including Cloud Foundry runtimes, IBM Kubernetes Services, IBM Cloud Code Engine, Red Hat OpenShift, IBM Functions and other services. NET Core is a development framework that is being adopted by developers around…