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Hybrid Integration Use Case: How to Refactor Global Cache Topology When Adopting App Connect on IBM Cloud Pak for Integration

Introduction The embedded Global Cache (GC) feature in IBM Integration Bus (IIB) and IBM App Connect Enterprise (ACE) provides an 'in-memory' caching solution which is based on WebSphere Extreme Scale (WXS) technology. Several IIB/ACE customers use this feature to store static data to minimize...

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Migration UseCase: IIB v10 Integration Node with Global Cache Configuration to IBM App Connect Enterprise v11/v12 Integration Node

In this article we discuss a couple of use cases of global cache and the steps required to migrate from IBM Integration Bus v10 (or even IIB v9) to IBM App Connect Enterprise v11 or v12. The demonstration below shows migration from IIB v10 to ACE v12 but the same would apply for ACE v11 too. ...

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Memory Measurements Complexities and Considerations - Part 1

Memory Measurements Complexities and Considerations Part 1: Buffers and (File Page) Cache System caches use all available memory to optimize disk IO. Knowing which memory metrics count this usage in their stat is therefore crucial to proper memory analysis. ...

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Graphical data mapping with a Global cache

Published on November 16, 2015 / Updated on December 2, 2015 With the availability of IBM Integration Bus v10 fixpack 2 it is now possible to use simple Graphical data mapping to access Global Cache key-value data. The global cache is a repository for data that can be...


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IBM Integration Bus – Embedded Global Cache Configuration Files

Published on March 15, 2016 The global cache provides a repository for data that you want to reuse beyond a specific message flow node, instance of a message flow, integration server or integration node. The global cache builds on WebSphere eXtreme Scale technology, and...


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Deciding between the embedded global cache and an external WebSphere eXtreme Scale grid

James Hart Published on October 1, 2014 / Updated on December 14, 2015 Are you debating whether to use the embedded global cache or an external WebSphere eXtreme Scale grid (or both!) in your IBM Integration Bus solution? This article will help you understand the...


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How to fix integration server roles in a Global Cache configuration in IBM Integration Bus and WebSphere Message Broker V8

Originally published Oct 2 2013 Introduced with WebSphere Message Broker 8.0.0.1, the Global Cache allows message flow developers to design, develop and deploy message flows that share data across integration servers (execution groups) and integration nodes (brokers). The Global Cache is built...


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How to integrate mobile apps to .NET in 3 clicks

Published Aug 5 2013 With three clicks of the mouse, a drag‘n’drop and a single text entry, you could have a solution that exposes a service to mobile applications using IBM Integration Bus (IIB) and IBM Worklight. The Worklight patterns in IIB provide a few options for building...