Connecting IBM Containers (Dockers) to Watson IoT service instance

I wonder if I can connect my Dockers running in IBM Containers service with a Watson IoT service instance (of course, running in the same organization and space).

I can always assign a public IP to my Docker and connect through the public IP but I think that makes no sense and there is an alternative like I do with other services using something like

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    basically you can directly connect to IBM Watson IoT from your docker container. All you need to know are a couple of credentials. You can either obtain those by reading the VCAP_SERVICES JSON property which can be injected into your container:

    Here is a link explaining this. (Search for VCAP_SERVICES)

    What you also can do is just obtain the credentials from the Bluemix UI and use them accordingly.

    Here a python example how to do this

    Finally, I can recommend this course since it explains all on connectivity in detail

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