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

Simon Stone - originally published Oct 2 2013 Introduced with WebSphere Message Broker, 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...

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How to use subflows in IBM Integration Bus

Article written by David Crighton, Philip Jones, and Marisa Lopez de Silanes You define a subflow in IBM Integration Bus (or WebSphere Message Broker version 8) to provide a common sequence of actions to be used by several message flows, applications, or services. You can include subflows...

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How to integrate mobile apps to .NET in 3 clicks

John Hosie - 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...

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Flow analysis – Getting started

In a previous post, we have seen how you can make use of the new feature of IIB v9.0 to enable the collection of statistics for flows, applications or servers and how you can use the Web UI to compare the performance of flows by selecting a resource and looking at the live performance data for...

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IBM Integration Bus is now available

BenThompsonIBM Published on January 24, 2019 / Updated on September 24, 2019 We’re pleased to announce that IBM Integration Bus is now available! In fact, this latest release came out at the end of last year, so now that Christmas and New Year festivities are out of the...