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Integration in an event-driven services world

Interoperability between applications and systems is key to unlocking efficiency and innovation. Interaction between independent services require s flexible integration to address the rapidly changing requirements. A pivotal aspect of integration is the ability to share data...


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API Management "What's New" video!

Don't want to read a blog full of new features or the docs for what's new? Check out the quick video below. A few highlights: New Virtual Appliance with the latest operating system 2-site HA support for deployments on Openshift LDAP Group mapping to API Connect roles Event Endpoint...

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Other ways to use AsyncAPI documents

In our post last week, we shared a demo of the Event Endpoint Management experience . We mentioned that the descriptions of Kafka topics are stored as AsyncAPI documents. And we've described a bit about the AsyncAPI specification . One thing you may have noticed is that developers using...

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Publish vs Subscribe semantics in AsyncAPI

As adoption of AsyncAPI increases, a frequent topic of conversation in the community is how to describe "publish" and "subscribe" semantics - both now and in future versions of the specification. In this blog post I aim to introduce the discussion and set you on the right path to document your...

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A demo of Event Endpoint Management

In the last couple of weeks, we've written a lot about the theory of Event Endpoint Management . For example, we've discussed the benefits to your organisation of documenting and socializing your Kafka topics , we've described the AsyncAPI specification we're using to document Events, and...

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What is Event Endpoint Management?

Alan Chatt, Dale Lane Last month, we announced the first iteration of Event Endpoint Management - a new and exciting capability in Cloud Pak for Integration. Extending API management concepts into the asynchronous domain of events is is part of the broader work we’re doing to enable ...

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Why should we manage streams of events?

Alan Chatt, Dale Lane Managing event interfaces in the same way we manage APIs is a concept we've been thinking about for a while and with the first release of Event Endpoint Management last month we took the first step towards making this a reality. To introduce the concept of...

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A Kafka Developer's Guide to AsyncAPI

How Kafka developers can use the AsyncAPI specification to describe how their applications are using Kafka topics. In my post " Why should you document your Kafka topics? " last week, I wrote about the benefits of documenting your Kafka event sources, and mentioned a few of the problems that...

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Why should you document your Kafka topics?

Do you have a strategy for documenting the Apache Kafka topics used in your organisation? I think you should. But before I give you a few reasons why, let me tell you a short story. It's a normal day at work when your boss comes to talk to you. They have a new project for you. An...

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